The Blessed Valleys Shall Remain

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Tacoma, WA - United States

You're very welcome, Windy! I'm glad my work could bring out these interesting feelings! Have a Happy and Peaceful New Year!

Windy Mountain replied:

Thanks David. There's one thing I rely on. A scripture that says something like: 10,000 can far at your right and 5000 can fall at your left but God's people shall stand." Can't figure out why else He would have given me these visions. To help others faith walk thru what's coming. In Christ, Windy

Tekoa, WA - United States

Well, what I "saw" in the spirit in 1976 of Seattle is still vague in my mind. But when I saw this golden version of your Seattle skyline it took me back in my chair. The actual skyline was like a war zone with see thru buildings on the left half. The space needle was no where in sight, and the right half was just pointed piles of rubble. I'm not the only one who has seen similar things. I've met a few people in my life who saw similar. I hate to be a doomsday person. But I've kept this in for 35 years and I KNOW it is the time now to talk about it. Thanks for your great art work David. Blesses me. Peace and Love, Windy

Tacoma, WA - United States

Very interesting, Windy! I guess the clouds in my Seattle shot might be something that would be in your vision!

Tekoa, WA - United States

Thanks Jerry Conner for featuring The blessed valleys shall remain in your Abstract Dream Images group. Much appreciated. Have a Merry Christmas. Windy

Tekoa, WA - United States

Thanks Jose Lopez for the feature in your Stop time with art group.

Tekoa, WA - United States

OMG someone actually GETs it! Thanks so much for featuring this piece that appeared before my eyes in the water on the paper. All I had to do was lightly outline and paint what God had drawn in the water. It was an answer to my prayers that I could finally paint what I'd seen. It never comes out exactly like what a vision really is, but it's a good enough interpretation so perhaps my dreary point got across. Gave me chills when I saw you had seen and featured it. Thanks, Peace and Love in the meantime, Windy Mountain

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