Psalm 62 - reproduction on art poster
Three towers symbolize the tri-une God. On the left tower is written in Hebrew: ‘my fortress‘.
On the middle tower: ‘my Salvador‘.
On the right tower: ‘my refuge‘.
The word for 'He is my salvation' in Hebrew is ‘Yeshua-ti‘.
The name of Jesus (literally ‘Saviour‘) originates from the same word 'Yeshua'.
The middle tower makes a cross and is therefore connected to the other towers.
On the right side of this painting is a red string.
This symbolizes ‘waiting for God‘.
The Hebrew word for making rope originates from the same root as the verb ‘to wait‘.
The more strings that are interwoven, the longer it takes to do so.
This will always result in a stronger rope.
"I wait quietly before God for my victory comes from him.
He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress where I will never be shaken."
"He is my refuge, a rock where no enemy can reach me."
|reproduction on canvas||This painting is available as a reproduction of the original painting. The painting will be printed on high quality canvas, with a 2 cm wooden frame. You can hardly tell the difference with a real one!|
|reproduction on art poster||This painting is available as a reproduction on art poster. Fine art print on solid 250 g/m² premium paper. The smallest details are visible sharp and clear. An art poster comes out best in a frame with possibly a passe-partout.|
|reproduction on postcard||This painting is available as a postcard. On the front is a picture of the painted psalm, on the back a bible text from this psalm (Dutch language only).
The following psalms are available on postcard:
psalm 1, 11, 18, 22, 23, 30, 40, 42, 62, 70, 84, 91, 121, 126B, 127, 129, 134, 139, 144, 147.