A Promise

Thinking about Boston reminded me of a wall hanging I made a few years ago.

I love the message and pray this for all those hurting.

It was made on muslin using watercolors, FW acrylic inks and Sharpie permanent pens.

The Lord is close to the brokenhearted
and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
Psalm 34:18 

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Sandy said…
It's beautiful and I am still so proud to have one just like it that you made for me! It hangs on the wall in my downstairs art studio and everyone who sees it asks about it.
My thoughts and prayers are also with those affected by this senseless tragedy in Boston.
Love you~
Mrs. Chrissy T said…
I love that scripture. Awesome picture. My heart goes out to those that were in the situation.
Dianne said…
Sandy, that is your wall hanging--that is a one and only--smile!
D@TheShadyPorch said…
Stopping by from Wow Us Wednesday party. Your scripture art is beautiful! I would love to have you share it at the Shady Porch Rock ‘N Share party! Blessings, D
This is just LOVELY, and I am SO very grateful to have you playing along with us this week at Word Art Wednesday. Your art really spoke to my heart, and I am blessed. Thank you for sharing and for being a blessing to others. May God continue to keep you safe and blessed as you create and share your beautiful art.
Word Art Wednesday
Mary B said…
Beautiful, Dianne...just lovely. I tweeted about this because I thought it was so lovely.
Sandy said…
Oh! It is mine! That makes it even more special to know it's a one and only!
peggy apl said…
oh my, this is so beautiful! i love your calligraphy! it's a beautiful reminder that whatever tragedy befalls us, God is always with us
Gina said…
That is a beautiful wall hanging!
Jo Ann said…
Wow, such an amazing blend of colors and the verse is great. Thanks for blessing us with your artwork this week at Word Art Wednesday. Have a fabulous day and God bless!


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