I've given a quick overview, but what do I really see as it relates to my faith in the Lord? First, let's look skyward where the rays shining through the trees reach into my soul. I always relate the light to the Light of the World, Our Lord and Savior who was sent to us to save us from sin and give us the opportunity to gain Eternity if we believe in Him by faith. His Light, represented here by the brightness and the rays, easily penetrate through the trees, bringing warmth to mankind.
The trees are large and, judging from their height, are clearly mature, but they are no match for the power of the Light. What that means to me is that, although I truly love trees, in this instance they represent the Prince of Darkness, for they are trying to block out the Light but they just can't do it. The Light always wins on that point in the end.
What about the beautiful flowers? What do they represent? Well, they represent the flock, the sheep, we humans who have been created in His image. They are like us in the sense that they are alive and even though each type looks alike, no two flowers are identical. In that regard they are just like we humans. The Light is available to us through the Lord who is within us as the Holy Spirit, one of the personages of the Holy Trinity. He is just waiting for us to ask Him to help. Many of us will and do while some of us won't and don't. It's as simple as that.
When I look at this beautiful picture I see the Light, representing God the Father and the Son, shining down on us with all the beauty that only He can provide. The Evil One is always trying to block us out but he can't stop the Light from getting through. So, he tries other methods such as being a chameleon and taking on other forms to trick us into following his sordid ways. Sadly, many of us succumb and become lost. But if we open our hearts and let the Light shine in and free the Holy Spirit within us, we have the power to ward off Evil and follow the Light. And that, my friends, is what this beautiful picture says to me.
It was a pleasure to try and answer Margrit's challenging picture in a way that I hope she finds pleasing and all of the rest of you, too. I thank her for sending and I wish you all a blessed day. If any more of you would like to challenge me with a picture about what it says about how the Lord is in everything we see, send me a direct message on my Facebook author page. It's North Florida Writer on Facebook. God bless.