Sunday Stillness – Psalm 139:1-4
I bought a little sketch book recently and as I read the Bible, and my devotionals I have been using my new watercolour pencils to sketch what I feel.
As I read Jesus Calling on August 24th, I felt God’s presence and saw Him hovering over everything – the sea depicted me… full of ups and downs, but full of life.
You have searched me, Lord,
and you know me.
You know when I sit and when I rise;
you perceive my thoughts from afar. You discern my going out and my lying down;
you are familiar with all my ways. Before a word is on my tongue
you, Lord, know it completely (Psalm 139:1-4, NIV).
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Hi Janis, What a gorgeous picture! And such sweet encouragement. An extra blessing to me in the midst of the craziness of a Sandwich Generation move! 🙂
I love how you integrated art with your words. It’s beautiful. 🙂 I’m visiting from the Wisdom Wed. link-up.
Thanks so much. I am just beginning to blend my two loves and really enjoying it.
Your watercolor makes me so happy. Beautiful. Sarah’s words and the scripture are worth soaking in for a good while.
You make me happy by your comments. Yes – soak – soak in the words of Jesus.
Clicking over from the Playdates list, I was immediately captivated by your watercolor lion. That 1 Peter verse is one I need to recall daily. Thank you for sharing your art with your visitors. May the Lord open His Word wide to you, and you to His Word this week.
I loved when I painted the lion and the verse seemed to be made for this painting. I hope to do more art in the years to come. Thanks for your blessing and prayer,
Janis, That’s a profound Scripture, knowing that He knows our thoughts before we do. May our minds be always on what is pure and lovely, and of good repute. I pray He gives us a discerning spirit to recognize anything that would draw our hearts away from Him.
Thank you for hosting Sunday Stillness!
Yes -“unsullied” as Oswald Chambers states – keep us in the holy state of being with Jesus.
I love the watercolor, Janis, and the truth that He is hovering over us. He’s been reinforcing that idea in me over the last few days, including today at church. He is everywhere, taking care of us wherever we go. Happy Labor Day, Janis!
May you continue to look and see Him everywhere – hovering over us.
Precious sketch! I have been using Jesus Calling this year so it was very sweet to see this sketch today. Thank you for hosting the link up each week.
Thanks for linking and I find great inspiration through Jesus Calling and the Scripture references given. The sketching is a beginning but I am loving it.
Gorgeous watercolor sketch! Welcome back, thanks for hosting, & God bless!
It is good to be back – but now leaving again for 10 days. Hope to connect while away.
What a wonderful idea, Janis. I ordered my girls some watercolor pencils. I must get over my fear and try to sketch and draw along with them! Love the Jesus Calling devotionals.
Jesus says to not fear – so dive in and have fun with the watercolour pencils. Look at process not product and the product may just arrive – then it’s even better.