Tag: Art Meditations

What Did Genesis 1:1-2 Look Like?

The first chapter of Genesis is a pretty fascinating section of the Bible. It’s written in a lyrical, poetic style — but it’s not fiction or allegory, it’s fact. History. An actual chronicle of actual events. If you follow a literal, grammatical, historical hermeneutic (understanding the plain meaning of the text within its proper grammatical […]

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You Are So Loved

Somebody you know needs to hear that they are loved today. Maybe you need to hear that, too. Not just loved by another person — though that’s always nice to hear! — but loved by an infinite, unchanging God. Loved not for who you know… what you do… how much you know… but simply because […]

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Babe in a Manger (Free Christmas Coloring Sheet)

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law. And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son […]

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My Unexpected Journey Into Hand Lettering

Life is a grand adventure when you’re walking by faith. Sometimes you think you’re headed in one direction, and then you turn the corner and God leads you down a completely different path than you expected. That’s happened to me quite a few times, but the one I’m referring to today is my journey into […]

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God Works All Things for Our Good

One of our favorite promises to meditate on during difficult seasons and share with others is the reminder that “for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose” Romans 8:28 (ESV). It is truly a great comfort to our souls, but the thing we usually forget is that it’s not […]

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Art Meditations from Psalm 51

Check the shop for new artwork based on Psalm 51! Each piece is available individually or as a collection. Psalm 51 records David’s humble plea for mercy and forgiveness as he laments his sin of adultery. He starts by acknowledging his utter disregard for God’s law, and confesses his failure to reflect God’s standard of holiness. […]

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