I was going back through some old sketchbooks and found this doodle of Proverbs 4:23. There is such wisdom and discernment in this verse. One to commit to memory.
But I am like an Olive tree flourishing in the house of the Lord. I thirst in God’s unfailing love for ever and ever. What an awesome verse. I delight in the Lord and all the blessings He provides. I am so ever thankful. I doodled this and thought I’d post it and then maybe add some color and repost it in a week
I found this interesting poster that someone did of a quote by Neil DeGrasse Tyson. The quote said, “The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it. “ This quotes strikes me as just silly. I know there are truths in science. These truths are called laws – like the law of gravity, the first law of
Here’s a new doodle. I love the verse from Isaiah 40:8 that the grass may wither and the flowers may fall, but the word of the Lord will last forever. What an amazing verse to commit to memory. No matter what happens in your life God is unchanging and we can count on the truth of His Word no matter what! I decided to use
Today I thought I’d share a page from my 2012 Doodle journal. Two years ago some very dear people got married. I doodled this in my journal to celebrate their day. Two years later they are celebrating their two year wedding anniversary and are as happy as ever. They even have a new baby, he’s got to be one of the most happy smiling little
Today’s Doodle Devo is from Loved. I finished Jeremiah 31:3. I love this doodle. The Lord gave me this idea to make His declaration of love for me like an old fashioned Victorian Valentine’s Card. I get overwhelmed when I think about how much He loves me. I am very honored to be featured in today’s post at A Homeschool Mom Blog. Cristina reviewed the
Did you every watch the old Batman TV series? I loved to watch Batman punch the bad guys and when he did there would be a “Pow” or “Ka-Bam” appear on the screen to emphasis that was a big punch and Batman was taking care of the bad guys. I had that vision of “ka-powies” and “blams” in my head when I started doodling about