“Deep” was painted from a vision seen during a time of worship.  The vision was of an explosion or bursting forth of water in the very deepest depths of the ocean.  Psalm 42:7 says, “Deep calls to deep in the roar of your waterfalls; all your waves and breakers have swept over me.”  The day after I painted it, a friend sent me a prophetic message from Bill Burn’s “The Trumpet” in which he wrote, “Expect a faith explosion in these days that shall come forth in your innermost man.  Out of that explosion, living water shall flow, and my power shall be released in the land…”  Now every time I look at the painting, I start singing the words to “Deep”* by Ramey Hughes as follows:

Deep calleth unto deep

So my spirit cries out to you

Change me into your likeness

Even as I worship you

I worship you

With all of my heart

From the depths of my soul

I worship you

I worship you

In spirit and in truth

Oh God how I long to worship you

Oh God my God it’s you I long for

You alone can satisfy my yearning to see your glory

To the flesh I gladly die

    * Hughes, Ramey. “Deep.” Ray Hughes, writer. Album: This World. Nathan Hughes and Ramey Hughes, Producers. This is That Music ASCAP, Publisher. 1998. CD.

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By, Ginger E. Mosher

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