Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Word Art Wednesday #32

It's Wednesday!!!   Time for some new word art!!  This week's word comes from Philippians 4...



My layout today doesn't feature this week's word art.  Due to a mix up on my part,  I downloaded another week's art and didn't realize it until I was ready to write this blog post.  I contemplated creating a quick layout with this week's art, but after corresponding with Karen L., the WAW DT coordinator, and reminding myself that God doesn't make mistakes, I decided to go ahead and share the layout I had done. And as confirmation that this was the scripture I was meant to share this week,  I purchased a graduation card for my husband's grand niece today and God led me straight to a card that contained the same verse of scripture I had used on my layout.



Supplies:
Little Yellow Bicycle Patterned Paper and Rub On
Bazzill Cardstock
Tim Holtz Staples
Metal Gems and Studs
Spellbinders Labels 8
Tim Holtz Distress Ink

I'm not sure why I was led to share this word art today.  Maybe the message is for me or perhaps for one of you who is tackling a difficult situation right now.  No matter whom the word is directly speaking to, let us all be reminded that if we put our trust in God and fully rely on Him, we have nothing to fear.

I hope you join the Word Art Wednesday challenge this week. Check out the Word Art Wednesday Challenge Blog to see what the other design team members created with this week's art. Be sure to check out the challenge guidelines to find out how you can be eligible for the weekly prize drawing from this week's sponsor Fred She Said

Thanks for stopping by this week.  Blessings to you.

7 comments:

  1. Love the TH staples! The quote is perfect!

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  2. Love the layout and the scripture you ended up with.

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  3. I think this is a beautiful post, and a fabulous page! There are no "coincidences" in life--you and Paula both used this verse and I needed to really think about it tonight! :)

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  4. Our Lord certainly works in mysterious ways. Blessings!

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  5. Hi Gemiel, what a beautiful layout and the scripture is perfect. I am not fond of the dentist and will do my best to remember this scripture when I have to go back. Thank you for sharing. I hope you're doing well.

    Take care.

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  6. Love this layout Gemiel. Such a great picture with a great title!
    And God indeed doesn't make mistakes. So this is no 'mistake' that you used this word art.

    Love the gems in it too!

    Be blessed!

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  7. I hope you received your tags. I never heard back from you so I wondered if they reached you.
    Much love,
    Marcia

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