Where Is He, We Follow His Star, Word Art Wednesday Challenge

Good Morning! It is Word Art Wednesday's Anything Goes Challenge # 625-626.
 As always,  anything family-friendly goes a card, an ornament, a journal, or framed art; we love you sharing your talents and creations!  
We have our beautiful devotion by Karen Letchworth, a digital scripture gift from Karen Murray, design team inspiration, and a sweet prize from Really Reasonable Ribbon! Check the website out; there is something for every type of crafting.

    Mark your calendars for the annual Word Art Wednesday Holiday Blog Hop!  The fun will begin on Wednesday, December 20, with sponsor prizes, as well as design team giveaways.

    Our gift verse this week is perfect for your Christmas card-making. I am using it for mine this year.
    I have always sent a Christmas card centered around our Redeemer's birth, and now it is even more important to keep it about Jesus.
    My card is a slim line A9 size using navy blue paper and lots of gold.

    This has to be the question of the hour of the day we live in. I have seen the signs, but where is he? I come to worship him.
    The most important thing is finding him and worshiping Him for who he is. 
    He is the Redeemer of mankind, the Author and Finisher of our Faith. 

    O come and Adore Him while he can still be found!

    Thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog. I hope you enter the Word Art Wednesday Challenge!

    Ginny M



    Cynthia said…
    Beautiful slimline design, Ginny! Love the sparkle.
    Such a beautiful card Ginny - I too like to keep Jesus at the centre of my cards - not that I have made many this year!
    Sorry I am so late, but have been without the internet after moving into my DD's extended house, where I have my own "Queen's Suite" - almost self contained, but I can go directly into the main house, and I eat with them most evenings.
    This really is pretty, Ginny. Your art is a blessing to me; as is your fellowship. I appreciate you so much and I praise God for His beautiful gifts of salvation, friendship, love, joy, peace, contentment, and.....the list is never-ending. Thanks for being a blessing in my life.
    Carrianne Banul said…
    Ginny, your card is beautiful. I love the blue/gold colors, they compliment each other so well. Have a Blessed Christmas!
    Esther Asbury said…
    Wow!! What an amazing card! I love the blue and gold together, and love that the focus is on Jesus, our wonderful Savior.
    Wendy said…
    Beautiful slim card Ginny. Love the layers and your diecut star! Thanks for the blog hop.
    MadeByMeghanK said…
    This is absolutely stunning ! I LOVE the star and scripture!

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