Divine Design: grounded, steadfast hope

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But now He has reconciled you by His physical body through His death, to present you holy, faultless and blameless before Him – if indeed you remain grounded and steadfast in the faith and are not shifted away from the hope of the gospel you heard. ~ Colossians 1:22-23

Divine Design was a project that I felt led to start in January, 2008. I wanted my paper crafting (and my life, too) to be a reflection of who I was in my walk with the LORD.  I’m working with Colossians 1:22-23 this month as a reminder that I want to stay grounded, steadfast in faith and not get shifted away from the hope of the gospel.   I might share some more on this next week…

The master thread for Divine Design is here at Splitcoast. You can see several other Divine Design projects by stopping by to visit my friends Nancy Morgan, Angel Wilde and the newest little dirty girl on the block, Jami Bova. And, if you’re looking for extra pages to browse, stop by Taylor‘s and leave her some love. She’s been mid-move for a month or so, and just getting back on her design feet. I don’t think she’s sharing a sample today, but I know she’s antsy to get things lined out and into a routine to craft regularly. I’ve missed her projects, so I’m saying a little prayer that it all falls together soon.

Have a wonderful day!

  • Stamps: none
  • Paper: October Afternoon – Ducks in a Row, Smooth Natural – Taylored Expressions
  • Accs: Prima flower and ribbon, Kaiser pearls, buttons, sewing machine

4 responses to “Divine Design: grounded, steadfast hope

  1. Lori – this is beautiful! I love the angled background and the lace – TFS! :)

  2. This is so very beautiful, Lori!! I love your layout, papers, and lace!! Wonderful verse!!

  3. Lori – beautiful work. Love the stitching and the lace, and your layout is just perfect. I love the concept of your Divine Design group – thanks for sharing!

  4. Beautifully put together Lori! I always love to read your posts that accompany your Divine Design creations – so thoughtful. Cool lace on this too! :)

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