1 Kings 7:21 (GW) Hiram set up the pillars in the temple’s entrance hall. He set up the pillar on the right and named it Jachin [He Establishes]. Then he set up the pillar on the left and named it Boaz [In Him Is Strength].
Beloved, I establish and I bring strength. I stand fast, and I AM your firm foundation. Trust that I AM building that which is needed for what is to come. I see what lies ahead, and each and every need is accounted for. Rest in Me.
Pillar of truth. Pillar of strength. Unchangeable and unwavering am I. Fully dependable. Wholly reliable. I AM El Elyon, the Most High God. Fully trust in Me. Continue reading “El Elyon (Most High God)”
The following silk has an AWESOME silk story that goes with it, which you can find on the Dyed4you blog: Eyes Wide Open: A Message in Silk.
The name of this piece is Eyes Wide Open. It is comprised a combination of silks, the words of which are shared below as well as the download He shared concerning their combined meaning in addition to the name above. The silks in this are:
- Focused on His Kingdom
- Sword of the Spirit
Continue reading “Silk: Eyes Wide Open”
The name of this silk is My Carrier of Peace (also read the testimony about this silk Peace Breakthrough). The colors in it are:
- Sky blue representing open heaven and rain
- Electric blue representing intensity
- Brandy representing rich life coming forth from the dry places
- Black representing Shadow of the Almighty and hovering of Holy Spirit
- Silver representing armor of God and righteousness
- Pearl representing angelic presence and divine light
Continue reading “Silk: My Carrier of Peace”
This silk combination was the inspiration behind what we’re calling the “multi-silk words,” which are silk letters that encompass more than one silk so they include the individual letters as well as a combined word and new name for the combined use. This concept came about when I created a couple pairs of double layer flags and had to consider how the silk letter should be formatted. Since then the idea has extended into mismatched pairs of flags (another multi-silk word for Eyes Wide Open will be getting shared shortly) and silks where multiple silk styles might be combined like a quilt or even a custom tallit. Continue reading “Silk: His Abiding Presence”
The idea for this silk began a few weeks ago at church when my pastor was talking about having a “hearing heart” and was connecting it to the scripture in 1 Kings that is the foundation of this silk. It percolated for a couple weeks with God downloading bits and pieces here and there, birthing a new anointing oil in the midst of it, and finally bringing this forth. The name of this silk is Hearing Heart. The colors in it are:
- Light blue representing wisdom from above
- Purple representing divine authority
- Violet representing mind of Christ
- Pale pink representing compassion
- Silver representing wisdom of Solomon
Continue reading “Silk: Hearing Heart”
This silk came out of a church service a couple weeks back. We have a number of river/water silks already, but God showed me He wanted something new. It started stirring up during the “I Rest in You” song mentioned in the letter (you can hear us singing it in the background on this video) and below is what came forth!
He had me make silks for both ladies who wrote the song and a pair of spin wings for myself. You’ll see some of the pics/video of those throughout. The name of this silk is River of God. The colors in it are: Continue reading “Silk: River of God”
Inspired by a message from my pastor. The name of this silk is Spirit of Adoption. The colors in it are:
- Golden yellow representing casting out darkness
- Orange representing praise
- Pink representing Jesus loves me this I know
- Indigo representing songs of deliverance
Continue reading “Silk: Spirit of Adoption”