Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Our Wondrous God!

I am THRILLED to join all the talented artists at Word Art Wednesday as a guest designer for the month of September.  It's been awhile since I've even crafted much less entered challenges or been on a design team.  I've missed it, though for the season I was taking a respite from crafting I was blessed by homeschooling my grandsons.  They are now in school, flourishing and are quite the social dynamos!

As always, Karen Murray has designed some lovely word art for this month, so that's a second blessing in joining Word Art Wednesday this month.  Our featured scripture, which is FREE for you to copy and use is beautifully crafted.  The sponsors have generously provided some happy candy for randomly selected winners.  So come over to Word Art Wednesdays challenge blog and play along with us this week.  We'd love to see your inspiration.
So many people who surround me bear witness frequently to the marvelous and gracious gifts God bestows in their lives.  My family and I can certainly attest to some fiery trials that ended in wondrous blessing.  But I think we sometimes forget that when God moves to intervene in our lives, he not only does wondrous things...but He is one who ONLY does wondrous things. Every move of God is a miracle!

Whether God is granting favor, testing or disciplining, it is a miracle...a wondrous thing that He would care enough about who we are and who we become to intervene in our lives.  That He would stoop to our plane of existence and even deal with our humanness is amazing.  In fact, in order for Him to do just that, He gave His one and only Son--perfect, blameless, holy--made Him dwell in human flesh and die in our place that we might have relationship with our God.

When we trust what He did, and believe that He did it to redeem our broken relationship, we enter into an everlasting fellowship with God.  That in itself is wondrous enough.  Still, every day I live I see His miraculous handiwork.  He is indeed a good and mighty God who deserves our highest praise.

Thanks for peeking into my corner of the world and blessing me today.  I hope to see your creation at Word Art Wednesday this week. 



  1. Just beautiful, Diane! The embossed cream CS and the lace bow are perfect together!

  2. Diane, Looking at your art is like a breath of fresh mountain air. The colors are sweet, and you have given His Word centre stage. Blessings Carole
    PS I'll be in touch

  3. Oh Diane this is gorgeous - thank you for sharing your art and blessing me with your thoughts.

  4. An absolutely beautiful scripture. So glad I try to praise Him every day. Your card is beautiful. I love the colors and the softness of the ribbon bow.


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