Patience paid off!!

grapes_vine_2014Our first and only grape plant which started so small, grew into a small vine but didn’t seem to bear fruit. After 3 years of waiting, tiny bunches started forming on the vine. Since neither husband, nor I had seen a  grape bunch in the formation stage, we disagreed on whether these were flowers or baby grapes. Eventually, guess who was right?

We had a great harvest of ever-so-delicious seedless grapes. They were so delightfully sweet. Wow, we never thought in those first 3 years that we will ever see a fruit, let alone a bountiful harvest!!

A Bountiful Single Harvest – 13 lbs. from a single vine at one go!! This reminded me of Caleb and the rest of the spies  who brought back a cluster of grapes so large that it took two men to carry it between them on a pole. http://biblehub.com/numbers/13-23.htm

Hmm!! Wonder how bring each grape was and how sweet they were! Bet, they must have been out of the world since God was going to them the best!!

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About anointedartist

I am a free-spirited person who enjoys the little things in life as much as the big ones that cross my path. As wife and mother of two wonderful kids, I have learned to take into stride the joys and pains of nurturing my family with laughter and tears. From being a stay-at-home mom for a long time, I have now extended my arms into the community to envelope kids with special needs and work with them. My soul takes delight in creating pieces of art in the form of pottery, card-making, crafting, knitting, crocheting, and list goes on. My long-standing wish to learn pottery-making took form and I have made quite a few interesting projects and love them. I also do prophetic arts (painting) along with my husband at our church during worship now and then and enjoy it. I believe that most of my inspirations come for my Creator and I am just being instrumental in revealing it to others. I feel honored to be used as His anointed vessel to display the creativity He has invested in me.
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