©2016 Donna Ham
36" x 48"
acrylic on textured canvas
"When Elizabeth heard Mary's greeting, the baby leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit." Luke 1:41
The subject of this painting was the left over flowers from Mother's Day. These were the flowers for my mom and my daughter. However, the deeper meaning of this painting is more about listening for the voice of God.
An excerpt from Come Away My Beloved:
"Like attracts like, and love has always been the test of true discipleship. Those listening to the voice of their Beloved will not be deafened by the cries of men. In a world filled with noises, they will hear Him. Yes, they shall even hear the tender cooing of the turtledove! Like Elizabeth when she was greeted by Mary, the response was an inner, involuntary response to the nearness of the Christ."
As I waited upon the Lord to show me what He desired for me to paint, the Holy Spirit was already whispering His love for me in my spirit.
If you turn your heart toward God, you will hear the cooing for the turtledove. It's the calling of the Holy Spirit to listen for His Voice.
Painted with love by
Artist and servant of the Most High God
Meet Donna Ham
Donna Ham is a professional artist located in Tulsa, Oklahoma creating acrylic and mixed media abstract paintings, and still life paintings in oil. She also enjoys photography and writes poetry.