"Honey from the Rock" - fine art print
"But you would be fed with the finest of wheat; with honey from the rock I would satisfy you." Psalm 81:16
"Honey from the rock" is a phrase from the Bible that symbolically represents the abundance and sweetness of blessings, often coming from unexpected or hard places. This imagery is used to convey the idea that God can provide sustenance, joy, and blessings even in the most challenging or barren circumstances.
The phrase appears in Psalm 81:16, where it says, "But you would be fed with the finest of wheat; with honey from the rock I would satisfy you." In this context, the Psalmist is expressing a promise from God to His people. The "finest of wheat" and "honey from the rock" symbolize rich and satisfying sustenance, suggesting that God's blessings are not only abundant but also come from unlikely sources, just like finding honey in a rock is unexpected.
Additionally, the almond blossoms present in the artwork carry their own scriptural symbolism. In the Bible, the almond blossom represents God's watchfulness and the swift execution of His plans, as seen in the story of Aaron's rod that budded with almond flowers. The presence of these flowers in the painting enriches the spiritual narrative, suggesting a theme of divine oversight and the faithful emergence of life and hope in unexpected places.
NOTE: the stretched print has two options, with and without GOLD LEAF edges. If ordered without gold edges, the print will come with a WHITE canvas edge.
Originally painted in acrylic on canvas.
All prints are printed on fine art quality printing canvas. It will look and feel like the real thing. (un-matted and unframed)
All prints are also available in a pre-stretched canvas option. 1.25-inch sides, stretched on a wood frame, coated for maximum UV protection, and ready to hang.
PRINTED TO ORDER - Please allow our local printer to do a fabulous job printing your artwork. Processing time is dependent on the amount of prints on order in production (usually allow around 2 weeks).