Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Psalm 16:1 WORDart


I’m back after an extended break to help with my son’s wedding.  It feels so good to be getting back into crafting and blogging again.  I will share more about his wedding in the near future. 

This is the scripture I chose for my 2011 scripture.  It is my prayer for this year.  The word “preserve” in this scripture means to place a hedge around, to guard, protect, to attend to.  I so desire for God to preserve me and keep me through whatever may come my way in the days ahead.  Life is so uncertain, but God is everlasting, a rock I can plant my feet on and know that I am secure in Him.  How awesome to know that I can put my trust in Him and He will take care of me.  Does that mean that everything will be perfect?  Absolutely not!  Life is life, no matter who you are, but it does mean that I don’t have to go through it alone.  That someone bigger than me has my back.  The God who spoke the universe into existence loves me enough to attend to my needs.  How awesome is that?

You can download the WORDart here.  As always it is in jpg and png formats.

I also have made it into an SVG file.  You can download the SVG file HERE.  I haven’t had the chance to cut it yet, so if you use it let me know how it cuts for you.  Are you interested in having the WORDart in SVG format?  I would love to hear from you if you are.

I pray you truly have a blessed day.  Are you struggling with something?  Have a fear or concern that seems overwhelming? Ask God to preserve you and keep you and put your trust in Him.



Veronica Z said...

Karen, I'm glad you are back! Things have been crazy around here to. This card is beautiful, and I really love the flowers!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Welcome back to blogging! Your card is lovely!

Scrapping Julie said...

so glad to see you back. cannot wait to see pics of the wedding. your card is stunning

Payne Holler Cards said...

beautiful card and loved your post!
looking forward to seeing wedding pics (-:

Gina Lindsay said...

I hope all went well with the wedding. This is a great verse to keep in mind and I love your way of showcasing it.