"Now is the Time" is the painting that speaks into the wealth of living water under the Great Southland of the Holy Spirit. You can see the live painting progress in the beautiful worship recorded on a Facebook live replay.
You can see the live painting progress in the beautiful worship recorded on a Facebook live replay. The Ark: Online Worship 11 March 2018 ~ immerse yourself in an hour of healing worship and words of knowledge by Elliot and Mia Bonser. At about the 1:00:00 mark, I describe what I have painted. I admit I sound like I’m still under the anointing but I promise you can understand me. If you are an emerging prophetic artist, watching the progress of the painting and the immersion in the worship will reveal insights for you.
The water under Australia is amazing and impossible to imagine. The artesian basin spans over one-fifth of the Australian continent and stores over 64,900 million ML. It is a permanent water source even during dry periods. It has enabled Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to occupy dry inland areas of Australia for thousands upon thousands of years. THIS is a PROPHETIC WORD over Australia – the ‘living waters’ are permanent and sustaining. Rick Joyner spoke and prophesied of the desert ‘greening over’ in the natural and tapping into the Great Artesian Basin in the spiritual, and a shift over the whole nation from where the power of the living waters would flow across the whole world.
You can read Rick Joyner’s 2004 ‘word’ over Australia, but I do not have a record of the word spoken at DaySpring. I was an emerging artist in those days and just starting to become familiar with how the Lord would paint with me on the canvas what was to be revealed in the preaching. I could not imagine why I painted the Australian outback green until I heard Rick speak!
You can listen to the full ArtVance PodCast interview.
And … if you would like to purchase a Giclee Reproduction of “Now is the Time”, you can through the Wendy Manzo website. (main image citation: Wendy Manzo. Now is the Time. 2018, Acrylic on Canvas, 152cm x 122cm, Private Collection, Gold Coast.)