Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Word Art Wednesday anything goes Challenge # 219

It's Word Art Wednesday challenge # 219!  For the last challenge we had over 400 entries!  Wow!  I hope everyone that reads this will enter in the challenge there are some very nice prizes being given away to help you with your card making!

This week the Beautiful verse digitized by Karen Murray.  It  is one of my Favorites: John 14:6.
There is a good reason too!  When I was twenty I asked the Lord to please tell me who He was and what was truth and how was I supposed to live and how could I reach heaven. In my mind I heard this voice say He was the way, He was truth and He was life and no one went to heaven unless they knew Him.  Next day with that fresh in my mind, I picked up a bible and "randomly" opened to this verse.  I gave my heart to the Lord then and there, a few days later I received the gift of the Holy Ghost and spoke in tongues and a few months after that I was baptized in Jesus Name by full immersion.  That was 36 years ago.  It was the best question I ever asked.  I have that verse as a back stamp on all of my cards. It is Life and it is Liberty.

Here is Karen's Digital Calligraphy:

Here is my card;


There is no greater blessing that to walk with God in peace, His word - the Bible  tells us how to 
accomplish this.  If you don't know how he will lead you and guide you, It all starts with your heart saying Yes to that voice that says, "come unto me" .

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you join the Word Art Wednesday Challenge and I hope you walk with Him in Peace.
Ginny M

3 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Ginny - love your background, and how you have enlongated the verse and cut it into an oval.
    Yes, there is nothing like the peace of God, and being in relationship with Him.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. This is lovely! The colors are so warm and the pop of shimmering red along the edges. Very nice. The distress around the edges of the verse adds a pretty touch.

    Have a great day!

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  3. Ginny, love your background. How did you do that? Love what you did the ribbon and the oval approach to the scripture. TFS! kReN@afourthlife.blogspot.com

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