Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Word Art Wednesday #75

Hi,  glad you stopped by for some new word art.  This week's word  comes from the Book of Jeremiah...

Jeremiah was passionate about the Word of God.  In today's verse, he is talking to God.  He is talking to God about God's words.   Jeremiah received God's words with great joy.  He digested them, assimilated them, he made them a part of himself.  Jeremiah was privileged to have God's word.  We have that same privilege.

For today's layout I used a photo of my women's bible study group.  We had just finished Beth Moore's  "Living Free" study. To make God's words a part of yourself, you have to know God's Word.  And to know God's Word you must study it.

Sei Patterned Paper
Recollections Lace and Gems
Spellbinders Die

I hope you join the Word Art Wednesday challenge this week. Feel free to save today's word art to your computer for your personal use. Check out the Word Art Wednesday Challenge Blog to see what the other design team members created with this week's word art. If you are new to our challenge, check out the challenge guidelines to find out how you can be eligible for the prize drawing from this week's sponsor Verses Rubber Stamps.

Thanks for stopping by.  Blessings to you!


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  2. What a fun photo to have, Gemiel! Beautiful layout and the Scripture is so perfect with it! Nice job! Blessings! Kathy

  3. Lovely layout and wonderful photo. The scripture goes so well with both. Love the black trim too.

  4. I just LOVE this, Gemiel. You're so right about having to study God's Word in order to get the benefits of it. Just owning a Bible doesn't do us much good, but "eating it" will fill us with such great joy. Thanks for sharing, and always know how grateful I am for you!

  5. Beautiful page, Gemiel! Beth Moore is fabulous, isn't she? What a blessing to study and learn the Word with all those women!...Nancy :o)

  6. Gemiel,
    This page is beautiful. Your post is true as true can be.

    Blessings, Carole Robb Bisson
    Word Art Wednesday