Followers

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Faithfulness

Malachi 1:6 A son honors his father, and a servant his master. If then I am the Father, where is my reverence?
We give so much honor to people, things and jobs. So much goes into what we do on this earth, but God is asking us "Where is my reverence?" Is He the first and foremost important part of our life? Do we obey His Word? Do we truly understand who He is and what He is capable of? With all the devastation's around the world, I have heard all kinds of reports, from the devil is doing this ect. But any one who studies the OT just a little will come to realize that the God of heaven and earth is in full control and promises Blessings & Curses for them who obey or disobey.  God Wants the Glory, God wants the praise, for He and He alone is HOLY.

This card is for Our Daily Bread Challenge, "no coloring"
Stamp - Faith, from ODB
Stamped image on card stock and did the words on vellum with black embossing, used rectangle nestibilites. Embossing folder from CB

Thank you so much for stopping by,
Have a Blessed Day
Rebekka!

24 comments:

jimlynn said...

A beautiful and lovely card! So very pretty.
Lynn

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Just beautiful Becky! I read what you wrote 2x. TFS!

KER said...

love the black and pink...and i agree that God deserves to be revered...where would we be without his beneficence and guidance...he created a beautiful world and we do not do him or it justice...though many of us try

Carrie Sampsel said...

What a beautiful card. Love the ribbon. Thanks for sharing. www.carriesscrapyard.com

Lynn McAuley said...

Fabulous framing of this awesome scripture!! What a stunning beauty, Rebekka!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Beautiful design, colors and texture. What a wonderful frame!

Pam~ said...

I like this layout and especially how you framed your sentiment! Love the look of black and pink together!

Joanne Travis said...

This is so beautiful, Becky! This is one of my favorite color combinations.
Thanks for your nice compliment on my bunny holding the tulip card. This stamp is by Great Impressions (of Olympia, Wa.).

Patti J said...

Rebekka, your card is beautiful, and your words are so wonderful and true. Thanks for sharing both!

Betty Wright said...

Beautiful, Becky! Love the frame look and texture! Wonderful scripture card!

Olga said...

Beautiful card, your write up is so so ture!!!! he is an Awesome God!

Danie May said...

I love the frame and how you added colour only through your paper ribbon and roses. Just Beautiful in every way and a very thought provoking post too!

Dawn Mercedes said...

what a great frame!

The Mama Monkey said...

This is so pretty! Those roses are such a sweet, perfect addition.

Tammy said...

Beautiful card Becky and wonderful words of inspiration.

seamom said...

Becky, your card is elegant. This verse is not a familiar one to me, although it should be. Your verse from Malachi is a good reminder to get and keep our priorities in order. Thanks for showing us your lovely card, and for your commentary on the verse.

Kathy and Lucky said...

Beautiful card! Love the black on the vellum with the pink, just so striking. Your blog is always such an inspiration, TFS.

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

This is gorgeous Becky!! I just love the pink and white. The embossing and the frame you created is stunning!! Thanks for joining the ODBD Shining the Light challenge this week. I so love seeing all your creations!!

Peggysuez said...

What a lovely creation! He alone is holy, great words to share. Wishing you a blessed Easter week!

Donna Heber said...

What a beautiful layout Becky! Gorgeous prima flowers and ribbon.

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Becky, goodness, this is beyond words gorgeous!! I love the embossing and the way you have framed this beautiful scripture out!Thanks so much for taking the time to play along in this weeks Shining the Light Challenge over at ODBD! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Rhonda Langley said...

Beautiful sentiment, beautiful card!

Tania said...

Beautiful card. When I saw your post title, I immediately thought of the hymn, 'Great Is Thy Faithfulness.' And it is true. God is faithful to His word and His promises.

gale said...

Very pretty. Love that embossed background and the pink ribbon looks perfect here.