Inspirational Nugget: How many ways can you think of to praise the Lord? Psalm 150 lists several ways to praise the Lord, but you can probably think of more. Praising the Lord invites His presence into our circumstances AND in His presence is fullness of joy…doubt, worries, and fear flee! Chains and bonds are broken just as they were for Paul and Silas. No matter what you are going through, the Lord is worthy of praise…
"His grace saves us,
His mercy spares us,
and His love pardons us!"
(from a morning and evening devotional)Creative Nugget: I've been wanting to try using Color Burst pigment powders on a Bible Journaling page and finally decided to just do it! I did prep the page three times with Dina Wakley Clear Gesso since the page was going to get pretty wet. First a section of the page was masked off so the music background from the new Music to My Ears stamp set could be clear embossed in the middle. Then the magic…sprinkle on the powders (I used yellow, tangerine, fuchsia, and crimson) and squirt with water. A roll of paper towels helped to soak up the extra water and each color was dried before applying the next color. There was NO bleed through! A little sponging helped the embossing show up a little better. Elements from the I Am Loved, Seek Him, and Note This stamp sets were added to the page along with some hand lettering and a few more notes from the Music to My Ears stamp set.
Here are the stamp sets from the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Store used for this page:
"Guard your heart from fear at night by singing praises to your King!"
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