The Waker



The almond tree, in Hebrew thought, was known as, "The Waker" because out of all trees, it bloomed the earliest. This tree symbolizes an intercessor--one who "wakes up early" (hence, the sunrise) perceiving what is happening beneath the surface, and "wakes up early" perceiving what is to come. An Old Testament example of a prophetic intercessor is the prophet, Jeremiah. He was once asked by God to tell what he was seeing. Jeremiah answered, "an almond branch."

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4 comments:

  1. is this for sale? do you have giclee prints of this? i'm pretty sure i need a copy! love it! your work is truly annointed.

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  2. Thank you so much!! I just added a link to click in order to buy a print of The Waker. I am so glad you like it. I was so excited about your interest, that I had to comment back right away even though it's 2 a.m. lol Let me know if I can do anything else. ~Amy

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  3. just wanted you to know i haven't forgotten. on a tight budget right now because i'm trying to put together a show!

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  4. no problem! :) ooh, a show! i pray it's a HUGE success and that the Lord puts you in contact with others to increase your opportunities to sell more of your pieces! i'd love to hear how the show goes...keep me posted! Amy

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