Welcome to my contribution to Word-Filled Wednesdays, hosted by Amy Deanne at her wonderful blog the 160 acre woods.
I actually found this picture last week for another purpose, but realized just a bit ago that it would be PERFECT for one of my favorite verses of Scripture. I pray that my "scripture" art inspires, and comforts, you! This is definitely an aspect of our Heavenly Father that I am so very thankful for, and have "used" quite a bit.
Be sure to stop by the 160 acre woods for more visual inspiration from scripture.
You did a great job with that scripture and picture.ReplyDelete
This is so beautiful, and so true.
Thank God for his love and great compassion towards us.
Where would we be without it?
Have a blessed day!
You're right - they are perfect together. What a lovely message! Happy WFW! Blessings, my friend!ReplyDelete
Perfection in Scripture and picture! Nicely paired and comforting words to cling to. Happy WFW!ReplyDelete
Beautiful illustration. You did a great job. Thanks for sharing it. Off to check your giveway. Glad I came by today. BTW I love your look the book and the pink background is so cheerful.ReplyDelete
It's wonderful, Joanne! I'm so very thankful for His comfort and peace!ReplyDelete
Comfort. Perfect message, perfect photo.ReplyDelete
Very Pretty. I am learning photoshop-slowly. Is this what you use to do your graphics?ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing and congratulations on the 10 years! God is so good.
Beautiful photo and verse.ReplyDelete
Just beautiful! RebeccaReplyDelete
OH, YES! The picture IS a perfect backdrop for this comforting scripture. Thanks for the blessing. (hugs)ReplyDelete
Beautiful picture. I sure can use one of those hugs from Jesus right about now. Happy WFW!!!ReplyDelete
Comfort seems to be the word of a day..and what better comfort that to be in His arms...ReplyDelete
comfort.. nothing sweeter!ReplyDelete
Awesome picture and verse.ReplyDelete
So thankful for His compassion and unconditional love. I couldn't make it thru a single day without it. Thank YOU!ReplyDelete