Thursday, April 19, 2012

Psalm 37:5 WORDart

 

Happy Thursday!

Here is this week’s WORDart.  This was one of the first scriptures I remember learning as a child.  This is a wonderful scripture to learn when you are young and lean on as you grow older.  I don’t think you really realize what exactly it means to commit your way unto the Lord or to trust in Him when you are a child (at least I didn’t).  I trusted in my mom and dad to provide for me and let them trust in God.  Now, I am teaching my children this scripture and I hope they see that we are trusting in God to provide for us and that we are committing our way unto the Lord.  I hope as they grow older that they learn the peace that comes with committing their way—their plans—to the Lord and trusting in Him.  He has never, ever failed me!  I am so thankful that I can trust in Him.

Psalm 37:5 WORDart

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I made a few printables for you this week.  I just couldn’t stop at one.  This one uses a beautiful freebie frame from the StarSunflower Studio.  The other images are from The NeareStore. 

Psalm 37:5 bird frameable 4x6

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…and a vintage rose printable just because I couldn’t stop myself.

Psalm 37:5 vintage rose  frameable 4x6

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Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today.

Have a wonderful week!

~Karen

 

I am linking to

Little Birdie Blessings

6 comments:

Little Birdie Blessings said...

Karen, the way you've portrayed this important scripture is delightful. I really like the scrolly frame and the pink rose. Thanks so much for continuing to make this GREAT WORDart and for linking to Scripture Thursday.

~ Abby

Jennifer said...

Such peace is found when we seek the Lord in all that we do. Thank you so much for this wonderful word art! I just love the vintage rose one!

Scrapping Julie said...

wow this is awesome Karen!

Susan Smith said...

Karen thank you for sharing this beautiful word art scripture. It's very lovely. Thanks for mentioning me as well.

MaxineD said...

Thank you for this art, Karen - it is so appreciated.
Blessings
Maxine

Shoregirl said...

More beautiful word art, and I LOVE the way your layered it on pretty backgrounds! Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing!