The Greatest Revelation of the Lord in the Painting of Andrea Beloff

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HERE –  the greatest revelation of the Lord to date is in this artwork called HERE. It is the final painting from the Journey Home series where the Lord revealed Himself in the greatest of ways, held me and comforted me during what I thought would be the most difficult experience of my life, losing my dad.


The Greatest Revelation in my Art

I have become an avid  palette knife painter. Oil paints are the most luscious and vibrant substances I have ever played with. This is where I experience the presence, guidance and messages from the Lord. It occurred during the hardest time of my life.

Consolation from God

My father and I were very close. With all its flaws, it was the greatest love i would know.  My love and admiration for him showed in many ways. This particular presence revealed in this sketch occurred just a few weeks before his passing on July 28, 2018. My last immediate relative was rapidly reaching the end of his life while in my care. The dilemma inside me was that I was so sure that I was curing my father from cancer’s silent crawl. The enemy took a turn and showed frightening and ravaging signs that terrified us. All I could do was endure and accept what was happening and the only place I could stand finding any consolation was in front of the large canvas where I was sure the Lord was showing Himself to me.

How I felt His presence

This is the sketch that later would become a large 48′ X 48″ oil painting on canvas where the true consolation would take place. The art held my attention, it embraced my spirit and heart, it directed my mind. It did everything so that I would not crumble. A true example of God, His mysterious ways of making Himself known and His unfailing love. The Lord often comes through when I am is painting but on this when He held me HERE. HERE HERE HERE and no where else.

“The painting takes people aback and with great reason. It was HERE where God revealed Himself the most to me in a way that is hard to describe. His presence was so strong, His grip was so tight and the comfort was so real. The decline of dad’s health was so painful to experience. My inability to part from my dad was crippling. The fight to keep him alive, to keep his spirits up and build his body back after he had let it decline so much was so tough. He was stubborn and had no self control. The disease took him to places that were very dark.”

The Greatest Gift and Lesson

Thank you God for the opportunity to love and care for my father during his last year of life and for being there (HERE) for me at the capacity that you were. Nothing and no one compares to the love you show me. Only you can heal. You are in command and that became most evident. My love and faith in you has grown stronger and stronger.

~Andrea Beloff~