Thursday, December 4, 2014

Word Art Wednesday Matthew 1:21

 

Hello!  It’s Word Art Wednesday on Thursday.

I have a Christmas scripture for you this week, so if you are still working on Christmas cards (or haven’t started yet), hopefully you will find this useful.  The Word Art Wednesday design team did an amazing job with this verse as they always do.  I love seeing what they create each week.  There is so much inspiration on the Word Art Wednesday blog!

 

Papercraft Memories: Matthew 1:21 WORDart by Karen

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I am sorry for once again being late.  My Etsy shop has kept me very busy lately for which I am very thankful.  Since my husband lost his job August 1st my Etsy shop has become a priority and every single sale is a huge blessing to our family.  I am so thankful God led me to open my Etsy shop last year.  He knew what the future held and where I needed to be at this time in my life.  He is so awesome!  I love looking back and seeing God’s hand in things.  Sometimes we make decisions that we think are so trivial, but when we look back we can see that it was a God thing.  Seeing God’s hand in “the little things” mean so much when you are going through those tough times. I have learned being thankful makes a big difference in the way we see things.

“Gratitude turns what we have into enough.”

Praying you all are having a very blessed holiday season.

3 comments:

Maxine D said...

Karen I love using your word art - it is a joy to create with it. So glad to hear that God has gone before you - as He does for us all.
Blessings
Maxine

Teresa Arsenault said...

Another beautiful verse, Karen. Thank you so much. I am glad your Etsy shop is going well and praying your husband will be led in his vocation.
Blessing hugs,
Teresa

Mehrll said...

Thank you again for your beautiful Word Art. I especially like the statement you made at the end of your post, “Gratitude turns what we have into enough.” How very true and I daily look back on my life and thank God, the One who has given me all things, that there has always been "enough". Hugs and blessings.