Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Word Art Wednesday #33

It's Word Art Wednesday again, and this week the featured scripture is from Deuteronomy 32:2.
I have spent more time in the last few years staying in some sort of Bible study to learn more about what it says about God and His plan for my life. His teachings do fall like rain, and His words descend like dew so that they will stay with us so that we can be nurtured and we can see spiritual growth. My only regret is that I did not start this practice earlier in my life. Too often my Bible sat closed on the shelf even in some of my lowest moments of despair. Learn a lesson from me, open those precious words every day. Let those words descend like dew so that they stay with you for at least for awhile in your day. When this becomes a daily practice, you will be amazed at how often those words reappear to bring strength, nourishment, and abundance to your life. Blessings to you on this wonderful Wednesday that the Lord has made for us!!


Tammy said...

Your card is super lovely!!! Come on Quick girl!!! :) But your post is very anointed and exudes with His love, grace, power, and Spirit. :) Thank you for sharing!! be blessed
~Beyond Measure

Olga said...

beautiful, love the verse, dies and layering!!!

Karen Letchworth said...

Liz: Look at you all linked up already for this week's challenge! Thanks for sharing this wonderful truth with us. Yes, spending time in God's Word each day is really something that we all need, and I appreciate you encouraging others in this area. Thanks for being such a blessing to us at Word Art Wednesday.
Karen L

Lynn McAuley said...

Beautiful work with this awesome scripture. And congratulations on your win with last week's entry!

The Other Patti Sue said...

You are so right Liz! This is stunning!

Sandee said...

Beautifully done Liz!!!

Sue said...

A beautiful card, Liz. The diecuts and colours are lovely. Sue x

Karen Conner said...

Your words brought tears to my eyes. I too have went thru times of not reading & using Gods words. I always regret it.

The background colors paired with the green & pink on top really is interesting. The scripture is beautiful in the spellbinder diecuts.

Thanks for playing with us @ Word Art Wednesday.

For more fun-check out the other design team I'm on.