Sunday, May 30, 2010

Stampin' Sisters in Christ challenge 41 . . . hearts

Happy Sunday stampers! It is time for another challenge from Stampin' Sisters in Christ! Our hostess this week is the lovely Linda! Her verse for the week is Hebrews 11:6 But without faith it is impossible to please him; for he that cometh to God must believe that he is and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.

Her challenge is to use a heart on your card or project, it can be on your DP, an image or an embelllishment.

Oour fabulous sponsor this week is Digitual Delights by Louby Lou, which is donating five digi images to the winner.

What a great verse Linda has selected, you can read her thoughts on the home page and see the samples from the rest of the design team. And we hope you find time to participate this week.
To the logical mind, this verse makes so much sense. Without faith it is impossible to please him . . . well yes! If you don't have faith, you don't believe, if you don't believe in something you aren't even beginning to try to please Him. How can you uplease God if you don't believe he exists?

And the Lord rewards those who diligently seek him. Diligence is going to look different for every individual. It will be based on your intellect, your spirit, your heart, your health. What does diligence look like to you?

Some questions to ask yourself, how do you define faith? Has your faith grown? How has faith impacted your life? That entire chapter of Hebrews is a wonderful passage of exhortation to remind the believer of the giants of the bible who demonstrated and are remembered for their faith, reminders that we can live by faith as they did.

Have a great week walking by faith!

Stamps: Stampin' Up Like it a Latte, PTI heart prints background
Ink: vintage cream, white craft
Paper: kraft, black, SU DP, PTI polka dot DP
Other: prismacolor pencils, copper brads, sticky strip, glitter, Fiskars border punch, scalloped nestabilities


Grace said...

Beautifully done Peggysue! Love the card... need a cup of that right now... and love your words you shared today! Have a wonderful weekend!

Becky said...

Fabulous card for this challenge.

Anonymous said...

I love to read your musings, Peggysue. They are as lovely as your cards which is beautiful by the way. Have a great week.

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What an awesome take on today's challenge Peggysue! Love your cup of coffee and your design. So elegant. Your post is food for thought! Have a great holiday weekend!

Aimes said...

Fab card, Peggysue! Now you've made me want a nice cup of tea ;D

Toni said...

PS-this is such a cool card!! i love the effects!!

Traci M said...

This technique is great with the Like it a Latte set...kind of earthy with the pink polka dots for fun thrown in...very, very cute, Peggysue!!
Thanks for sharing your heart with us in scripture too...always encouraging for me!!

Diane said...

Love the card Peggysue. I like anything with coffee cups and this one is such a delightful layout. So sweet. Your comments are a blessing to read too. Thanks for sharing.

PS. I received my catalog early because I recruited during SU's recruit crew challenge. My reward!! :)

Terri said...

Very nice. Great way to use the heart!

Cammie said...

Love the chalkboard effect and the circle around the heart! Hope you have an enjoyable holiday!

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Kristine said...

Very Pretty Peggysue! I have this set and it's sadly hasn't been opened in... months (to years?) so it's nice to see it being used =) Awesome technique on it too! And love the green bg paper. Yes, I will try to play this week. I need to make a birthday card for my sister. By the way... Kathy's b-day is next Sunday the 7th! May I be included in the blog hop happenings?? Please let me know by email. Thanks!

Stephanie said...

Hey Peggysue! Hope all is well...I've been busy wrapping up the school year!

Love this week's SSIC card - looks like the coffee cup is on a chalkboard. great look!

Joanne (jojot) said...

love the images on the dark effect