Words of Faith : Strength

Happy Sunday ! Today I am bible journaling and working in my prayer journal about Gods strength and over coming fear . Read on:

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.  Isaiah 41:10 

Without a doubt, this is a verse that was given to bring peace to those who love the Lord.
FEAR THOU NOT – This verse is so simple in its meaning, and it offers great comfort to those going through difficult times
FOR I AM WITH THEE – This is the reason why we should not be afraid. God was their protector (and He is certainly ours
 WILL UPHOLD THEE WITH THE RIGHT HAND OF MY RIGHTEOUSNESS – The right hand speaks of strength (most people are right-handed). 

Bible passage today :

The LORD is my light and my salvation— whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be afraid?

We have all felt fear in something But with the Lords light to lead the way you have strength to overcome. I used the below gelato to color my page and bible stickers I had. This is the first time using gelato but found them easier to use then other medium and no bled through the pages. These came from Hobby Lobby with a coupon a great price. I will be adding to my collection of colors.

Gelatos :
Compact acid-free pigment sticks glide on creamy smooth for vibrant color and coverage.  All Gelatos® blend easily with or without water.  Try this unique medium on paper, canvas, or wood!

Today’s card is one of my favorite verses:

Strength and dignity comes in many forms – Proverbs 31 as a whole is filled with AMAZING proclamations of what a woman can and should be. … The word dignity has been defined as ‘the state or quality of being worthy of honor or respect’

Have a great Sunday ! And check out Lisa K Creative Life for my digital addition . Lisa

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