Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Word Art Wednesday Psalm 40:1

Happy Wednesday!

It’s hard to believe this is already the last Wednesday of January 2014! 

Psalm 40:1 WORDart by Karen for WAW personal use

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This week’s Word Art Wednesday verse is such a beautiful scripture.  God always hears our cry, it’s the waiting patiently part that is hard.  This verse in the Amplified version says, “I waited patiently and expectantly for the Lord…”  I really like that “expectantly” part.  It’s great to wait patiently for the Lord, but are we waiting expectantly, with the hope that He will hear and answer?  He loves to know that we have faith in His answer, and that we trust in whatever that answer is. 

I have a special prayer request for my niece, Mekaila, if you wouldn’t mind praying with us.  She was taken to the hospital with extreme pain and diagnosed with a very rare, life-threatening gastro-vascular disorder.  She is a freshman in college several hundred miles from her family. This is very scary for her and her family and I know they would really appreciate your prayers.  We know God can heal her and we will wait patiently and expectantly for His healing.

I hope you will take a moment to stop by the Word Art Wednesday blog today.  It is such a wonderful place of inspiration.

I have been changing up my blog a bit, trying to simplify things and get it more organized. I have run out of space in my “Free Wordart” tab and so I have linked up my wordart posts for now until I figure out what to do…just in case you are wondering what happened. :) 

Thank you for stopping by.

 

3 comments:

Maxam Made said...

Hi Karen, beautiful post! We will keep Mekaila in p=our prayers.
Thank you for the scripture stamp, I really appreciate all the love you share!
Ginny In MA

Maxine D said...

Love your words of hope that you have written - and yes I will pray for your neice and family. Thank you too for your 'word art'.
Blessings
Maxine

Teresa Arsenault said...

Karen, you really captured the joy and relief in this scripture in the way you used your fonts. Beautiful. Thank you.