Bible Journaling

Creative Retreat Kits | Who I Am In Him

Ladies, I will fully admit that when I picked up Lisa’s devotion for this month’s Faith Art Box, I think I made an audible “ugh”. The Proverbs 31 woman. If you’ve spent a good amount of time in church or reading Christian books, you’ve definitely come in contact with the virtues of the Proverbs 31 woman. And likely been told that it is a measure for you to strive for as a wife, mother, and woman.

Like Lisa, I was not thrilled at the prospect of trying to fill the shoes of this woman, who gets up with the sun and goes down after the moon. Who is busy at work for her family, cleaning, shopping, preparing, dressing, and caring for everyone. All, while being a woman of honor, respect, beauty… and joy. That’s right… JOY. Not only does she do allllll the things well. She does them with joy. Sometimes I do feel like I can do all the things, but with joy? Questionable, at best.

But Lisa opened up my eyes to so many things when I dug deeper into this chapter of Proverbs. First, nowhere does it say, “girl, you need to be all of this, and more”. It is simply the description of a woman who is living and serving well – who has her priorities straight, who invests her time and energy in the right places. She was designed specifically for this life that she lives, just as God has designed us specifically for the life he has for us. And a life designed by God will look completely different from house to house, woman to woman.

There is so much in Proverbs 31 but we also have to take into account what isn’t there. In biblical times, women didn’t work out of the home. They also lived in very tightly knit communities and families. Women had HELP in the form of friends, family, neighbors and the community. This was not a woman going it alone. We, so often, directly or indirectly isolate ourselves and think that we are expected to do everything, alone. I can tell you, that is not how God intended us to live this life.

Above all, the Proverbs 31 woman LOVES and OBEYS her Lord God. God is first in her life… above her husband, whom she respects and honors, above her children who she clothes, feeds and cares for, above her home, which she makes comfortable and presentable. God first. And, of all of her notable and desirable qualities, her love and respect for her Lord rank highest v.31. I have no doubt that this woman of strong faith leaned on God more often than not, in order that she might be able to do all of the things this chapter describes. She found her identity in Him first, not in the works of her hands.

For this month’s entry, I wanted to have a significant place to write a lot of notes. I decided on making a pocket of out a piece of the devotional card. First I cut out, scored and folded the pocket together (using my tag as a guide to make sure I got the right sizing).

I taped down the pocket edges using super-strong double-sided tape. I added the Identity in Christ title with the stickers and wordfetti in the kit and finished it off with a bit of coordinating striped washi tape from my stash. I loved the look of the pocket with the accent bow so I tucked that in as well.

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The top of the page felt blank to me so I buffed in a little bit of Creative Retreat’s new pigment inks into the top of the page (I used Mermaid Teal and Bonsai). Next, I stamped in His Beloved and used white embossing powder to make it pop. I added the little I AM sticker as well and buffed the edges with a little more of the ink. Next, I wrote in some of the qualities found in the Proverbs 31 woman using a green pen. Lastly, I hit it with a little bit of dark teal watercolor splatters, and added a bit more of the striped washi.

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I used a little bit more of the splattering watercolor to highlight my Proverbs 31 header (The Woman Who Fears The Lord). When it dried, I added in the heart sticker for an extra highlight.

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I went to work on my journaling card next. I added the title Live with Purpose at the top. Next, I went verse by verse and summarized the best qualities described, using the fun wordfetti from the kit for keywords.

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I finished off the card with a bit of delicate polka dot lace ribbon. I love this card and all the sweet reminders.

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This page got a little more busy than I wanted, but I still like it. This entry was actually worked on over the course of a couple of days. I really took a long time to process the devotional material. It was really powerful!

Friends, my prayer for you is that you don’t look at the Proverbs 31 as an impossible measure of perfection, but instead be inspired by a woman who loved her Lord with her heart, soul, mind and strength. Through God, all things are possible… and he will love you and treasure you no matter if you do all the things, or simply rest in him.

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Bible Journaling

Creative Retreat Kits | Worthy Woman

“And now, my daughter, do not fear. I will do for you all that you ask, for all my fellow townsmen know that you are a worthy woman.”
Ruth 3:11

We are in the time of year that many are choosing their one little word for the year. A word that symbolizes their hearts, calling, focus, goal, and direction. I’ve been at this practice for about 4 years now. Last year, my word was WORTH. It was something I had been deeply struggling with in the years prior. I will be the first to admit that I let the difficult circumstances of my life get the best of me and came to the conclusion that I was not enough and that I had no real worth.

It’s a devastating place to be, feeling worthless. It’s also a place fueled by the enemy. Satan wants nothing more than for us to feel worthless. He thrives in those conditions. Fortunately, I recognized it and so made WORTH my word. I spent the year focusing on the Word of God and on messages of truth about the person that I am… the person that God says I am. The song You Say by Lauren Daigle came at the perfect time. If you haven’t heard it, I highly recommend it, especially if you are struggling with your own worth.

Women need to feel worthy. They need to feel loved. They need to feel beautiful. They need to feel precious and treasured. And ladies, we serve a God that feels all those things for us and more. We are truly BELOVED women in the eyes of our Savior. What HE says about us is the only thing that matters.

I loved jumping into the book of Ruth this month. Ruth’s story is such a good one and is so near and dear to the heart of women. I love this verse in chapter 3 where Boaz declared Ruth to be a worthy woman. It speaks not only of the character of Ruth and of Boaz, but to the heart of a woman itself. God sees and knows our worth. With Him, we are always worthy and loved. Thank you Jesus!

Let’s jump into this month’s GORGEOUS faith art box. The colors… ladies, THE COLORS. Let’s just say they are my absolute faves. Oceanic blues with a pop of yellow. It’s like a piece of my heart!

Because this kit speaks to the heart of a woman and so does this passage in Ruth, from the start I envisioned a silhouette of a woman’s face.

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Next, I reached for my tried and true watercolors. These ocean blues were begging for some soft washes of watercolor. I traced in my design and then just went in with several different shades, letting the water blend them together. I let it dry and then went in with another few layers, adding in hair details and finishing with a little splatter for a textured feel. For this page, I used blues from several different sets by Dots and Dust. I love her handmade watercolors.

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I wanted to be sure to use the insanely CUTE bows so I secured that to the top of the page with some coordinating washi tape from my stash, along with the blessed tag sticker in the kit’s sticker page. I just used a little EK Success Power Tool to take the stickiness of the back of the tab.

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Next, I went in and laid down my little using the alpha stickers and wordfetti from the kit (along with a few from a previous kit)… “I am worthy and loved.” To make them stand out a bit, I outlined them with a black journaling pen. I also drew a few tiny clusters of dots and circles around the page to add some more texture and depth.

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I wanted the rest of the entry to be simple and to allow for some journaling space. I often write a short prayer of thanks in these entries. I opted for one of my blue journaling pens since I was really feeling the blues with this entry.

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Friends, I pray that you know to the depths of your heart how worthy and loved you are. You are God’s beloved. He will never forsake you or leave you. And, like Ruth, if you step out in faith and trust him, he’s got big plans for your life.

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Bible Journaling

Creative Retreat Kits | The Word Reveals

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“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.”

Psalm 119:105

I’m not much of a hiker (a fact I think I’ve shared on the blog before) but I do love the outdoors. I also love to walk so you would think that hiking would just work for me? There are just so many complications with hiking that sort of intimidate me – knowing exactly where you are going and where you are at, strength, endurance, surefootedness… all things that I sort of lack. But because I do love the outdoors and connecting with God and his creation, I press on and pursue hiking.

I recall one particular solo hiking adventure I decided to take many years back. It was a trail recommended by an acquaintance that boasted incredible panoramic views, majestic waterfalls, amazing wildlife and more. I was told that I just needed to drive up to the trailhead in the Sierras and head out. It was easy peasy. But what followed were several hours of confusion, wandering and sometimes all-out panic. Because of a particularly rainy and snowy season prior the trail had become overgrown. The path was not clear. It would disappear and reappear, but not frequently enough for my comfort. I knew that getting lost in the mountains was not good for someone like me. Instead of enjoying the hike, I was in a state of stress and anxiety. I don’t recall the panoramic views, nor any majestic waterfalls. I don’t recall a single squirrel or bird or anything living except for the heart inside my chest, racing.

I ended up turning back early and just about running back to my car and to the trailhead. I told the acquaintance about the hike later. He was eager to know if I enjoyed it and what I thought of the waterfalls. I relayed my story and he just looked at me with mouth wide open and said simply, “you missed it!”

I was recently reading Psalm 119 when my eyes ran across verse 105 (“thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path”) and I thought of this particular hiking adventure. The path was not clear. I needed a guide. I’m so thankful that the Word of God provides a path for us. In fact, Psalm 119 is chock full of affirmations about the Word… it is a giver of life, it is broad, it is sweet and affirming, it is a light and guide, a hope and a shield. I don’t know about you, but I don’t know of any better guide than that.

We get so busy in this life focused on what is going wrong, on what has led us astray, on what is vague and confusing, not realizing that the God of the earth and of our hearts is right next to us, asking us to let Him be our guide. He provides that guidance in His presence and in His word. It’s not just another book, friends. It is THE BOOK!

That acquaintance was right in the end, with regards to my hike… I missed it. I missed all the potential beauty in that trail because I was so fixed on where I thought I needed to be going, on the path that I couldn’t see clear enough, and on my own fear and anxiety. I needed something to hold fast to, not realizing my Savior is the only thing I need to hold on to and his word is the ultimate guide. Had I stuck with the trail, in fact, if I had even been within 50 feet of it, I would have seen the majestic waterfalls, the eagles that nest there in the spring, the fields of wildflowers. I missed it all.

The devotional content in this kit has been so powerful. I do hope you have picked it up and are digging in.

For this entry, I dove into Psalm 119 a little deeper. For the creative part, I started by stamping that sweet little cluster of books in the lower left of the margin.

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After it dried, I went in with some watercolors to paint in the spines of the books with coordinating colors to this month’s kit. I then continued those colors into a sort of soft, watery “path” that went up and winded around the scriptures I highlighted/boxed.

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After it dried I went in with almost all of the heart stickers from the kit, as well as some hearts that I cut out by hand from the text scrapbooking paper I used in my last entry for the kit. I then used the alphas and wordfetti to spell out my title – Hold Fast to Every Word, Verse, Passage and the little subtitle at the bottom – Every Word Inspired.

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I wanted the page to have a bit of “sparkle” so I went in with a pen, after tracing all the letters and stickers, I added some little stars and then hit the page with little black splatters. It wasn’t fully dry so I had some bleeding, but it didn’t bother me. I liked that the path wasn’t exact and perfect… much like the path in this life. 🙂

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Friends, my prayer for you is that you lean on the Lord and allow his Word to guide your path. Every word, verse, and passage of scripture is God-breathed and true. There is nothing more solid that can guide your life. Let the Word guide you and let the Lord love you.

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Bible Journaling

Creative Retreat Kits | Written on My Heart

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“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.”

-2 Timothy 3:16-17

Does anyone else still get excited to receive mail, like I do? I don’t mean the piles of junk mail, credit card offers and stacks of coupons. I mean real, actual mail from one person to another? There is nothing quite like receiving a hand-written letter or card. This time of year, when sparky Christmas cards fill our box, my heart just about overflows.

A hand-written note or letter tells you that you matter. It tells you that you are worth spending the time to connect with. It shows that you are remembered. It tells you that you are loved and important enough to share in what is contained in that envelope or package. It takes thought and effort to send real mail… to write a real letter.

Did you know that the Bible is basically God’s letter, to us? He loves and cares so very much for us that he wants to connect with us through his word. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 tells us that Scripture is God-breathed. It goes on to tell us how very useful and important it is in our lives. The Bible is not only here to encourage, inspire and guide us, but it’s also here to correct our paths, to train us and to prepare us for whatever comes before us. That is one POWERFUL letter. Let’s not take it for granted!

The December Faith Art box provides all the beautiful tools to celebrate the word of God. The colors are beautiful soft jewel tones and are so pretty when combined. When I think of God’s word, I think of His heart for me and my heart for him so I wanted to be sure to use a big heart in my entry.

I started by using the ink smooshing technique to smoosh in about 5 or 6 colors of Distress Oxide Inks. It was a lot of different colors but I love how these just blended and flowed into each other. After that dried, I started my title with the wordfetti and alpha stickers from the kit spelling out “His Word is Written…”

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I wanted to be sure to get some stamping in so I grabbed the various word stamps from the kit and stamped them in flowing blocks with Brilliance Moonlight White pigment ink. I started with the phrase “On My” repeated over and over. Then, I finished with some other phrases repeated about the word.

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Next came my super fun heart. I used a heart punch to punch out a heart from some paper that has a bunch of text on it. I then glued it to three layers of pink tissue paper. I rough cut around it, leaving about a half an inch of tissue all the way around. Next, I used my fringe scissors to cut all the way around and make this delicate fringe border.

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I secured that to my page and added a few heart stickers on top. I finished off my page by tracing my stickers and my heart with a black journaling pen, using some “stitch” marks around my verse as well.

I finished with a little cluster at the top of my page that consist of a circle punched out of the devotional card, a few stickers, a heart from the same scrapbook paper, all secured with a bit of the silver feather washi tape from the kit.

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Friends, my prayer for you is that you spend the time to read God’s letter to you. I pray that his words wash over your heart and bring you comfort, guidance, wisdom and truth. Let his Word guide you and reveal his plans for you. You are so very dear and loved.

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Creative Retreat Kits | A Season of Preparation

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Now that we are halfway through the month I’ve heard that quite a lot of people using the November Faith Art Box to document Advent. I just loved that idea so I decided to do something similar and use the kit with a sort of “mini series” about preparation for this wonderful season of joy, celebration, anticipation and gratitude.

This season holds a special place in many people’s hearts and I am no exception. I have always loved Christmas, though the reason behind that love has changed and evolved as I have matured. As a child, of course, the draw of presents and treats was almost electric. Now that I am grown and have children of my own, I get the double joy of watching them experience the wonder of Christmas in its twinkle and treats, and to help them understand, as I have learned, that the best gift we could ever receive is the love and salvation of our Savior. Thank you God for sending your son for us!

This season, I am preparing my heart for all of the many facets that this season offers, in experiences and in remembrance of the tiny King who came to save. As I mentioned, I did a series of 7 mini entries using the kit, and I love how each one has both special meaning and slightly different look. This was great because it allowed for in depth bible study and a short creative time to finish – which is ideal in this busy time of year. It also helped for pages that already had a mini entry (much of my current bible has entries from Lent) .

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I wanted each entry to have it’s own unique look and feel but have a common thread. In this case it was the same color scheme, a few lines of personal journaling, and a date stamp to document each day.

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I didn’t do tabs for each of my entries, but I couldn’t resist using this sticker from the kit as a little medallion at the top, secured with a little washi tape (I got rid of the stickyness on the back using the EK Success Powder tool).

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I also wanted to be sure to us ALL the elements in the kit. I mentioned in my last post that I always sort of forget about the stamps so I decided to be sure to use them as often as I could… though I just fell in love with the pine branch stamps and used them almost exclusively! The entry above had a little white embossing in the title too and I love how that turned out.

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For the entry above it doesn’t show AT ALL in photos but I layered both brilliant white and platinum pigment ink stamping using the cute star stamp in the kit. It makes for a great background with a subtle, shimmery pop.

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I also dug around in my stash to find some coordinating enamel dots, another item I always forget to use. I love how they look like little festive pops of candy here. I also just HAD to use that cute mini leather bow. How fun is this delicate silhouette?!

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I did a little ink smooshing on this page with the Distress Oxide inks I used in my last post as well. I just loved how they coordinated with the kit and gave a soft wash of green. And black splatters… a must. 😉

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Sometimes, a little washi tape is all you need to tie a title together. I had about two minutes for the entry above so that’s all I could do, and I sort of love this simple, sweetness of this. These entries really allowed me to focus on the scripture first.

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Right when I saw those pine branch stamps I envisioned a wreath so I knew it would happen at some point. This is probably my favorite little entry of all of them. I love that little wreath, and I ALWAYS love the message of hope. Now, and every time of the year.

I didn’t follow a study for this series, I actually just did my own research and tried to focus on the things I wanted to be sure to prepare for this season. These verses really meant a lot to me and I hope you can take the time to check them out for yourself:

  • Prepare for REDEMPTION:  John 1:29
  • Prepare for HOPE:  Romans 5:1-5
  • Prepare for WORSHIP:  Matthew 2:1-2
  • Prepare him ROOM:  Luke 2:6-7
  • Prepare for JOY:  Luke 1:14-15
  • Prepare for MIRACLES:  Matthew 1:18-25
  • Prepare for his FAVOR:  Luke 1:26-38

Friends, I pray that you take some special time to prepare your heart to celebrate our King this season. I pray that God reveals to you the areas that you need to focus on and that you feel deeply how much he loves you and wants you to draw close to him. May you find the time and words to share with those you love how valuable this precious gift of salvation is.

Be blessed friends!

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Bible Journaling

Creative Retreat Kits | When We Gather

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“For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.”

Matthew 18:20

I could hardly believe when I saw on the calendar just a few short weeks ago that it was officially fall. It takes quite a while for temperatures to cool and for leaves to actually fall where I live so it can take a while for it to really set in. For me, fall always ignites the practice and attitude of gratefulness in my life. Maybe it’s because it is the eve of Thanksgiving when the whole world finally takes a pause to give thanks. I like to start early and really get in the right frame of mind.

This year, the thing that rises to the top of mind when I think of what I am grateful for, is “my people”. We all need each other so desperately, even when things are good, but so much more so when things are less than ideal. This year has very much been the latter for me and I don’t know if I could have gotten as far as I am today without my people.

My support system is very small but very strong. Much of my support system is rooted in the faith of our Lord and Savior. He comes first in everything. I think of Matthew 18 when I think of my people. This passage is often referred to when it comes to conflict resolution, which it is a wonderful template for, but for me, it’s such a shining example of what strength there is when believers gather in His name. He tells us that he is with us in these moments. Truly holy moments happen when we gather in His name!

Some of the most earnest prayers I have made when gathered with my people have been asked in His name. There is incredible power in the name of God. Satan trembles at his name. Mountains will tumble at the sound of his name. You see, big things happen when we gather in His name. He is for us and he is with us. Could there be anything better?

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Let’s chat about my entry – can we talk about the gorgeous colors in this kit?! I also adored the vine and leaf pattern on the back of the devotional card (which I typically do), so I raided my paper stash because I knew I had some others with the same color palette. I started by buffing in a soft wash of ink (Distress Oxide ink in Fossilized Amber) on the top and bottom of the page. I thought this might help the mixed paper patterns blend together a bit better and because I just loved that yellow.

Next, I pulled papers that specifically had this earthy yellow, rich purple and soft gray or turquoise. I got out my hexagon die cut and cut out several sheets. Starting at the bottom edge, I started piecing them together on the page, gluing one piece down at a time, focusing just on the bottom of the page, then creating a simple cluster at the top of the page as well. I carefully cut off any overhanging pieces with a small scissor.

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I loved the beautiful Gather in His Name sticker from the kit so I used only that as my title. This was the PERFECT piece for this page! I also loved the two circle stickers that said He is For Us and He is With Us so I nestled those together down into the hexis. I framed out my verses with a bit of purple washi tape and hit the page with some purple watercolor splatters.

I loved the dark teal bow in the kit so I added that and loved how it helped tie in the various patterns and bring in that turquoise blue color. It was the perfect finishing touch to a page full of rich color!
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Friends, my prayer for you is that you begin the practice of gratefulness now as we enter this harvest season. Consider the good harvest in your life this year and be grateful for those who have come alongside you, prayed with you and for you and have gathered together with you in the name of God. He is with us. He is for us. Amen!

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Bible Journaling

Creative Retreat Kits | Refuge and Strength

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“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore, we will not fear though the earth gives way, though the mountains be moved into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam, though the mountains tremble at its swelling.”

Psalm 46:1-2

Getting and staying in shape has always been a big challenge for me. For starters, I don’t enjoy exercise at all, and everything in my genes and metabolism is seemingly fighting against me. I recently acquired a gym membership and as part of the onboarding process, I was offered a free physical consultation and comprehensive testing. This was a pretty thorough test and involved all different facets of health (blood testing for glucose and cholesterol, measurements for BMI, fat caliper testing, blood oxygen testing, endurance testing, etc.).

I had done most of that before but I had never been through any strength testing. Though I wasn’t surprised at most of my physical results (like I said, I’m healthy but I know I’m out of shape), I was really surprised to see that my strength testing was pretty solid. In fact, for someone so out of shape in every other way, I have above average strength.

But physical strength only counts for so much. As I’ve grown older and endured much more adult problems and responsibilities, I’ve realized that emotional and spiritual strength is invaluable. Fortunately, I am pretty strong in both those areas too… but I definitely need a Savior. I need the strength of my God to cover me when my humanness makes it feel too hard to endure. In this life, those times are pretty often. God created us as beings who need him.

Scripture is very clear in stating that there is no one and nothing more powerful than our God. I love Psalm 46 and how it describes our God as both a refuge (safe place, protected, shelter) and strength – a very present help in time of trouble. AMEN! It goes on to describe how we need not have any fear even if the earth gives way and oceans roars and the ground trembles beneath us. God is in control of all things. That is POWER and that is the only power I want in my life.

I wanted to do something a bit different for this entry so I pulled out my little Psalms book. I also wanted to keep the entry pretty simple because there isn’t a lot of space on these pages and I didn’t want to cover the text.

I started with a soft wash of pinky purple watercolor from Dots and Dust‘s Cupcakes and Cocktails palette (Shade: Manhattan). This actually has a lovely golden shimmer to it that you can’t see in the photos but added a really nice pop. I then used a matching marker to make very rough circular shapes, similar to the circles on the back of the devotional card in this month’s kit. Let’s be honest, mine are just scribbles but that’s exactly what I wanted.

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Next, I highlighted my verse with the same pen. I grabbed some of the wordfetti and stamps from the stamp set to spell out a few titles (faithful strength, and In My Weakness You are Strong). I couldn’t resist adding in a few random strips of my favorite mustard yellow striped washi tape. I wish I could remember where I got it because I’m quickyl running out. I sprinkled in a few enamel shapes from a previous kit, as well as some of the heart stickers.

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I journaled in a prayer at the bottom of the page with a blue pen. Lastly, I added that super cute jumbo bow (which is started calling a jumbow) and a sticker, with more of the washi tape, mostly to secure the big bow in place. This was a super quick entry but really fun to jump into this Psalms book. I might have to pull this one out more often. Don’t you just love the Psalms?

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Friends, my prayer for you is that you know and feel the strength of our God. It is beyond imagination how powerful he is and how much he loves us. When you are weak, call out his name and feel the refuge that is provided in his strength. You need not fear with the Lord on your side.

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