Monday, May 06, 2013

WOYWW: To an Unknown God!

If you find some strange comments below 
that do not match my post,
it is because I am learning to use the  Blogsy App
and it deleted my Monday post!!!
Aaaaaaargh! Not a fitting start to my day,
but I will NOT be upset.
It's just a post!

Here is my Wednesday post for 
"What's on my Workdesk Wednesday".
I am halfway through my painting
for the day.

This is Helen Keller and what she said
after she met a famous preacher
who introduced her to God!


In St. Paul's travels, he too was able to
introduce Jesus to the people of Athens
who had an altar inscribed, "To an Unknown God".

How wonderful that when the time comes,
we will meet our God face to face
and we will praise Him with the angels!!!


Preparing ATCs for sending out!


Every week I choose one wonderful visitor
who leaves a comment
to receive an ATC from me.
I know it takes so much time and effort
to leave a comment
and I appreciate it soooo much!

This week,
Random.org chose
#26, Margaret, who does not have a blog
and neither does she have an email address
on her profile page.
So Margaret, if you happen upon this,
please send me your snail mail address
so I can send your ATC off to you!



Joining the lovely Julia Dunnit for a 
peek at desks and projects!
I love blog parties!
Won't you join us?
Sometimes I put on my best pajamas 
and party here:

Blessings!
Patsy


35 comments:

  1. Beautiful paintings! I love the way you incorporate scripture into your paintings. I especially love the one of Lydia.

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  2. I, too, have a special place in my heart for Lydia. My call to help middle school youth who struggled with reading came through a dream about Lydia. So, your art about her encouraged me to trust in God's plan.

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  3. Hello There-

    I am coming by from the Weekend Brew. I love that God is always working to fill us with His peace. The more we have, the more we can give. :-)

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  4. You are so right about reading and studying God's Word. Each time, He has a specific message He wants to share with you. It blesses my heart to know that you enjoy reading and studying God's precious and holy Word. I just prayed for you as I stopped by your blog, that He will be glorified through you. You are a blessing to me.
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  5. I enjoyed your post today. I found you over at Michele DeRusha's blog where I posted after you.

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  6. My prayer too. Be the woman God intended me to be:)

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  7. So great how you incorporate art with God's Word! Isn't it great that God didn't forget the women in the Bible! :)

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  8. Beautiful, Patsy. Isn't the Bible amazing how it tells a story from history and still speaks into our lives today?

    Did I tell you thank you for the ATC I received? I love her! I'm planning something special for her soon. Thank you, Patsy, for the ways you share.

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  9. Beautiful message; beautiful art - so many children are sitting in schools and need to know Him, His name and His love - how awesome that God found His way to Helen Keller:)

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  10. Always such a beautiful post and always a great spot to visit. have a lovely week.
    Sandra @12

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  11. I too had issues with my blog last week but that was cos I ticked G+ commenting...don't tick it! I see you are also a G+ member. G+ is fine, but their commenting system is awful! Love your desk as always. #30

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  12. beautiful paintings! Wasn't Helen Keller an awesome individual! Love several of her quotes! Hope you have a great week. Vickie #36

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  13. It is always a joy to come across your blog posts. Your warmth and faith radiate out of them.

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  14. I always look forward to seeing what you've created - you never disappoint!!! Gorgeous!

    Happy Crafting!
    Jeannie #15

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  15. Gorgeous artwork. Technology can be frustrating though. Thanks for sharing and Happy Woyww Liz@39

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  16. I always love your paintings, they are absolute stunning. Happy WOYWW Cindy #59

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  17. Lovely artwork - one of my favourite movies is The Miracle Worker... an old black & white movie where Patty Duke plays Helen Keller... thanks for the memory - and happy WOYWW - Mxx #56

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  18. As always, your blog and your journals are inspiring.
    Happy WOYWW!
    Tertia #3

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  19. wonderful paintings from you this week and great food for thought in your work, it always gives me a Thanks for sharing your desk today, Happy WOYWW hope you have a great week
    Ria #42good feeling when I have visited you

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  20. Ooh, lovely creativity here today. Lots going on today. Oh and by the way, I'd love to swap ATC's with you as and extra so please email me. (you asked about it last time!)

    Hope you have a good week. Neil #19

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  21. Beautiful work

    Thanks for sharing your crafty space and have a great week

    Candace #64

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  22. I love looking at your pictures and how you make them from your "daubings". They are beautiful and speak of your heart for God.
    Not sure if I am the Margaret you mention 'cos I have a website and blog - but couldn't see another Margaret on last week's list. I did leave a comment for you, though. www.artycraftystuff.webeden.co.uk
    email: margaret.diddanfa@gmail.com
    Have a great week.
    Margaret #80

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  23. Outstanding art work, thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day...

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  24. Love Helen Keller! Your work is amazing this week! (as always) Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #96

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  25. Your art work is brilliant and I always look forward to stopping by to see what you have created.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Patsy I love your Blog, it is always so inspiring and beautiful!
    Ginny M

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  27. Love your paintings, very inspiring and uplifting!

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  28. As a child I hated to read but the first book I read all the way through...cover to cover was a book on Helen Keller. LOVE your art work of her. Happy Wednesday! SueC#120

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  29. Patsy, your entries for WAW are famous. I always get such a spiritual blessing from your posts. Beautiful art work.

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  31. G'day Patsy
    I usually don't get around for WOYWW till Friday as when Julia posts the link I am at work in the evening here in Oz. My day off isn't till Friday then but I'm home sick all this week so here I am just one day late(I couldn't type yesterday due to sore hands and why I am home!!). I see more of your gorgeous paintings and ATC's...love them all.
    hugs
    Annette In Oz #39

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  32. Always, always look forward to the gorgeousness you share you. You #TellHisStory through your beautiful art. Thank you.

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  33. Oh, how lovely. I'm so glad I found you.

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  34. Patsy,
    Each one of your paintings is so expressive. They are amazing.
    We appreciate you for taking time out your day to post this beautiful project with us at Word Art Wednesday,
    Blessings,
    Carole Robb Bisson
    Word Art Wednesday

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  35. Love the colors and designs in your project this week, Patsy! Truly an amazing artist you are. Thanks for blessing us with your artwork this week at Word Art Wednesday. God bless!

    JO ANN
    http://jatterburycreations.blogspot.com

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I am so glad you dropped by! You are a blessing!
:^) Patsy