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Sunday, 13 April 2008

His Presence

Since my energy levels were too low to go to church this morning, I decided to do something creatively to fix my thoughts on God. So I took up the latest Salt challenge and created this scrapbook page. I'm not very experienced at scrapbooking, and have never created a page around a bible verse before. It was fun just to do it for my own enjoyment! The colours aren't quite so great in the photo and the white gel pen doesn't show up so much...but you get the idea. If I can get a better photo I'll upload that. If you click on it you'll see it closer!


Energy rating: 4/10

Headache: Medium


Hazel said...

This is so beautful - thank you for joining in with our Salt challenge.

Musing of a Patched Heart said...

Hi Lucy!
Thanks for visiting my blog :o) I love this dreamy blue background on your page! Isn't it fun to try something new? I like how it turned out! Have a lovely weekend and I hope you are feeling better. Warmest regards, Heather

Tricia said...

It's both beautiful and soothing - thanks for sharing!

Scripture by Design said...

I'm so encourgaed that you used this challenge to focus on God. Praise Him and Bless You!!!

lynn said...

Hey chum, that is beautiful. I love how the words "PRESENCE", "FULLNESS" and "JOY" stand out. That's what I am desiring so much just now (got some important decisions to make)

Isn't it true that the manifest presence of God is actually all we need in this life?

Lucy said...

Indeed - and so often we forget!

Lythan said...

Lucy this is truly lovely. I really like the way that you have outlined key words with ricrac. I look forward to seeing more of your work!

Jenette said...

It's beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Very pleasing page - the softness is so condusive to pondering its message. Great job on the challenge.
BTW, I have enjoyed your writings, thanks for sharing.

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