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Word Art Wednesday Challenge

Want to inspire others using God's word?  Come join us!
The weekly Wednesday challenge is a featured verse of scripture.  Create whatever you like.  Doesn't have to be a card-as long as your using the scripture. 

Our sponsor this week is:  Whimsy Stamps
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The scripture this week:

Where he leads,
I will follow.  Ruth 1:16


After much prayer and 2 different designs, I was lead to rip designer paper, distress it and make it into a path leading into the mountains. I always want to follow the footsteps of Jesus. Wherever they lead. As you can see my path leads around the bend of the mountain-you can't see where you'll end up.  It's called FAITH.  Lots of times in life we have to just have faith and we'll always come out on the right side of the mountain.
The designer paper is Stampin Up.
I'm afraid it's not real fancy-just truthful! Have a blessed day!

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