Thursday, August 21, 2008

No Dry Bones Here......

The week is almost over and the Great Lakes Believer's Convention is almost over. Jesse Duplantis was so inspiring tonight and funnier than ever. If you want to laugh, listen to Jesse! He is a true original. If you want to learn the Word of God, listen to Jesse! I was truly blessed to be able to listen this evening...God is awesome!

I haven't been creating lately, but I have been typing up some notes I have taken from web videos and TV. I have a TO DO list a mile long that I have made a small dent in. Hopefully I will be back to creating this weekend.

I want to share some roses with you. I love to create mini roses with Air Dry Porcelain Clay by Amaco. I had made these and still not sure what I will do with them. There are two roses that I can make earrings and the rest I will probably make pins out of. These are really fun and require no baking! That is the best part. They can be colored with oil paints mixed into the clay or I allow the clay to set up for about an hour and then use watercolor for a soft pastel porcelain look. The white roses are the porcelain with no added color. The second picture shows three heart pins and a barrette. Each of these are made with the porcelain clay and watercolors. The heart pins are about 1.5" and the barrette is 2" wide. I hope you enjoy these pictures. Please let me know if you have any questions.

The scripture verses for today are Ezekiel 37:1-14. I have been listening to Joyce Meyer this week teaching Me and My Big Mouth. She stated was what dry bones do you have in your life this week that you need to talk life into? What a profound statement! God has given us authority to speak the Word over our circumstances to produce change! Praise God! My favorite part of this section of scripture is verse 7, "So I prophesied as I was commanded; and as I prophesied, there was a thundering noise and behold, a shaking and trembling and a rattling, and the bones came together, bone to its bone." I truly recommend this teaching from Joyce Meyer. She explains this a lot clearer than I can right now.

1 comment:

Rina said...

These flowers are gorgeous. Above all, I love how you allow God to work through you and your talent of crafting. Praise God!


PS~ I have added you to my "Favorites", I hope you don't mind.