Browsing Category: Psalms

It’s renewal time! Yes, it’s that time of year when we all start to think about renewing our calendars and planners for next year. And as usual we’ve got you covered! But even better than introducing our new 2023 printable Christian Calendar with a Psalms theme, I want to introduce you to my sweet friend Rhonda …

Does God tell us to be satisfied with Him alone? I’m guessing you just zoomed past that question because you already *knew* the answer. Especially if you read the verse I hand-lettered for you today. {grin} But, if you’re anything like me, that question just leads to more questions. Like …

If you are reading this article, you must be like me and feel the need to work on changing your heart. Can you relate to wishing the true desires of your heart reflected more Jesus? Can you pray “Thy will be done” and mean it? Could you use more mercy? Wish evangelism came easily to you? Aspire to love your enemies? Dream of doing missions without hesitation? Maybe you wish that your top priority was daily time with the Lord. All these boil down to the desires of our hearts – which, if we’re honest, could use some work. So buckle up …

When I had a request to design a birthday card with a Bible verse (which is perfect, since WriteThemOnMyHeart is all-Bible-all-the-time), I naturally did a quick online search for “Bible verses for birthdays.” Imagine my surprise when many of the verses that popped up were already in my shop! So the Bible Birthday Blessing Bundle was born …

You know how much we love verse journaling around here, right? Well, today I am excited to have my sweet friend Sarah Geringer share her personal experience with us. I thought I had covered all the possible benefits of verse journaling (aka verse hunting), but Sarah shares one I missed!

Today’s verse, as well as lettering style, was a “reader request.” Yes, that’s right, I am happy to take requests – as long as you are not in a big hurry! {smile} After studying this verse, I agreed with my reader that it would make a great card. But I must admit that I wasn’t convinced of that at first. I was a little leary of plucking this verse out of its context …