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Word Art Wednesday: Love

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Our word art this week is


We are so blessed that God loves us so much!  It's hard to comprehend unconditional love.  There's nothing we can do that he won't forgive us if we ask.  He puts no "what if's" on us. We can't be good enough or do enough.  He just LOVES US!  Thank you Lord!

My image this week is from Eclectic Anthology.I printed it in black & white; colored it myself with colored pencils. The bow is the end of one my favorites. I glued everything down with mod podge and then did a coat over top. I love this piece.  

I hope you'll accept God's love. It makes my life so sweet to know God loves me like I am!
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