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WAW: God loves America

God doesn't expect alot from us. But he does expect our love.  I think the creator of the universe, the one & only God of all the earth, the beginning and the end, deserves our respect & love.
The bible explains the multitude of benefits we receive just by putting him first.


Our Word Art this week says it all:


While celebrating our Nation's freedom and remembering the many people that have given their life for our country-let's also remember our God. Without Him we'd have nothing & be nothing. May he continue to watch over our country and leaders & bless them with his wisdom & grace. 


I really enjoyed making this piece to be framed in my living room.  I want to also be reminded I'm to give my ALL to God. 




Our wonderful & gracious sponsor this week is:

Isabella Sketchbook

Digital Stamp Store Be sure & check her out-she had LOTS & LOTS of beautiful digi designs.  I think you'll be as impressed as I was.


If you'd like a chance to win you'll need to pop over to our main blog: Word Art Wednesday
where you can link up your creation.  We'd love to see what talents God has blessed you with!  Our design team always has some amazing projects.  Check them out on my right side bar.


Until next week: I pray God richly blesses you & yours.  Be safe.
~Karen C

***Flower Basket image: Eclectic Anthology
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