YHWH Yireh, My God will Provide!
Often, this is the hardest promise of God for many to believe. His failure to provide is many times the greatest fear of DV survivors. It keeps them stuck in the destructive situation, when they need to get out for safety and healing. Others aren’t immune to these fears either. Even for those that this isn’t a fear, it is still to be the prayer of all of us, “Give us this day our daily bread.” In Proverbs 30:8, Agur declared to Ithiel and Ucal his request of God, “Give me neither poverty nor riches—Feed me with the food allotted to me…”
Join me for easy mixed media Bible Journaling of this passage. Get some inspiration, create your own design and style for this verse. Gather your supplies and get started.
For my process today, I chose to use stenciling, a portion of an old dictionary page, and words and images I printed from my computer. I then cut out the images with my Brother Scan ‘n Cut.
- Stencil (vines): DYLUSIONS Border It
- Ink (through stencil): Rustic Wilderness Distress Oxide (applied with blending brush)
- Word papers edged with: Vintage Photo Distress Ink
- Words and images glued on with: Distress Collage Medium
- Date stamp: Heidi Swapp
- Verse highlighting: I’m not happy with (highlighter). I wish I had used Distress Ink blended or “wash painted” on.
- Bible: NKJV Journal the Word
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