I’ve been writing about bravery since I recently launched my first children’s book (get it HERE while it’s on sale!). The title itself testifies to courage, but the very act of getting the story into printed form was a step away from fear. So it’s no surprise that I’ve been dwelling on a scripture like Isaiah 43. The Bible is chockfull of acts of faith that make us brave. In fact, the command “do not fear” occurs in the Bible 365 times. A verse for every day of the year.
I’m so wonderfully human though, and I forget such truth constantly. I have to be reminded of it all the time. So today I’m sharing a free art print featuring a favorite verse of mine regarding fear and bravery. To get your own, simply click here for an 8×10 printable version. I hope you enjoy! And if you do print it, please tag me in a photo. I’d love to see how you use it!
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I had another post planned for today: a review of a fun, informative, witty little book that fits right in with the whole food series. But I awoke yesterday with this verse on my mind, and it stuck with me … through the high afternoon hours and well after the sun had set low behind the horizon. I don’t know if one of you sweet readers especially needed to hear this specific word of encouragement, or if it’s all those pictures inundating my Facebook feed of mommas sending their little ones off to the first day of school. But whatever the case, today needed to be about this verse.
So I got out the paints and blended a little watercolor treatment. The result is a free printable, just for you. You don’t have to like my Facebook page, follow me on Instagram or subscribe to the blog (although I’d love it if you did! The subscribe box is over there in the right sidebar). Just simply click here for the 8×10 version or here for the 5×7, then print and enjoy it. Have a blessed weekend, friends!
I’ll be back next week with that aforementioned book review and some other fun posts, so check back then. I look forward to seeing you on Monday!
Just wanted to pop in and say that I hope you all have a great weekend! In appreciation to all Faith&Composition subscribers, I’m sending you a printable version of this art piece, so watch your e mail. If you’re not subscribed, and you’d like to receive F&C in your inbox along with the link to print this 8×10 artwork, please enter your e mail in the box to the sidebar at the right. Then just click “I want to Follow F&C!” After subscribing, you’ll receive a confirmation e mail with the link to print.
The hand-drawn wreath is the original creation of Tristan from the lovely, Besotted Blog. You can get the photoshop stamp here.