A Fruitful Life

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This painting was created to illustrate a vision: that a little seed was planted by the creek, and it grew into a massive tree and bore an abundance of fruit portraying a sense of peace, hope and blessings; praise the Lord, Amen!

“He shall be like a tree Planted by the rivers of water, That brings forth its fruit in its season, Whose leaf also shall not wither; And whatever he does shall prosper.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭1:3‬ (‭NKJV‬‬).
If people were to meditate and think on God’s words all day and night, then they are like trees planted by the creek. The creek is like the holy spirit, it provides and nourishes the life to grow up strongly and make the fruits of the spirit. God wants everyone to be blessed.

The angel’s creation is inspired by beautiful clouds in the sky that I saw when I was driving across the San Mateo bridge after work. The cloud looks like an angel holding a tropic to blow down the seeds of gospel. The beautiful cloud inspired me to paint the angel cloud. I was so excited and can’t wait to go home and draw the whole picture down when I was on my way to exercise. Finally I got home, I immediately grab my sketchbook book and draw down the impression that God gave me…Praise the Lord! You are not only not taking away my drawing skills that I left for 30 years, but also continuing to give me the endless inspiration. I’d continue my painting and pass more God’s blessings through my paintings to more people who need it.

“That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither — whatever they do prospers.” — Psalm 1:3.


               ARTIST      Phoebe Yu (Peiwen)
             WRITER       Phoebe Yu (Peiwen)
ENGLISH EDITOR        Sophia Tu                      

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4 thoughts on “A Fruitful Life

  1. Gloria Fan says:

    How wonderful that our Lord is leading our footsteps and guiding our lives to fruitfulness!!
    Love the Angel above. This painting successfully portrays the image of hope and love that only God can give us.

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