Jesus Christ is the source of all comfort. This painting by Simon Dewey depcits the Savior wiping away the tears of a young girl. Whether this girl represents a child in your life or is a symbol of all of us in our tenderness and innocence, this painting will invite a sweet spirit into any space you put it.
I Will Dry Your Tears is available in multiple frame sizes and styles. Sizes and styles cannot be interchanged. Please note, this art piece is designed to be open and does not come with a pane of glass.
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes. ~ Rev 21:4
Each of us experience times of sorrowful tears, disappointment, and heartache. As with this little child, Jesus reaches out to us and asks as he did Mary Magdalane at the tomb why weepest thou? Regardless of the reason for our suffering, He is able to comfort us. The well and the water bucket in the painting symbolize His ability to provide us with Living Water and the early morning light reminds us of the hope that shines after even the darkest of nights. If we will follow the example of this young child, meek and humble, the Savior will encircle us with His love and dry the tears of our sorrow. ~ Simon Dewey
Simon Dewey started his journey at seventeen when he decided to leave home and attend London Art College. He gained popularity in 1997 when he released the painting "He Lives," that the LDS audience loved. His art often is from the New Testament, mainly focusing on the life of Jesus Christ. He is best known as a portrait painter of mainly religious art.