I hope you were able to get yesterday’s art page download!
I am excited to see the finished ones that your child worked on. Don’t forget to post and tag me. Share for more chances to win the giveaway, below.
A winner will be selected next week to receive the original artwork from yesterday’s coloring page.
Today, I have created the “Strength” color page. It was specifically designed for the young men of all ages, to print off and to enjoy painting him with crayons or paints as you are reminded of His words.
You can download it here to get your copy. Print on heavy paper if available that will hold watercolor or acrylic paint. If you print on typing paper, that works great for crayons or “light watercolor “!
If you missed it Monday, I shared how to make your own watercolor from household items that you probably have on hand. You can go back and check that out if you like.
“Strength” Football Color page includes the scripture, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” Phil. 4:13
I have an extra download for you today. I have a cheerleader ready for the girls while the boys can do the football player.
You can download the cheerleader coloring sheet HERE
When your child is finished, post and tag me. Another giveaway will be held for this original painting next week. It would look so good to be matted and framed for her room as a reminder of His promise that all things are possible through HIM.
As this quarantine continues, my prayer is the same as yesterday. I pray it gives you “time” to be still and see Him. I pray it gives you “time” to be with your child while they create this art page while you praise them for their work and I pray it gives you “time” to talk to them about His promises while they read the words. Most of all, I pray that if your child doesn`t know Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior, that it will give you time to share what it means to accept Him in their heart and will equip them to share with friends who may not know Him.
Happy arting day for your little ones. A little encouragement for you in closing, to remember. . . .
“ May your unfailing love be my comfort, according to your promise to your servant.” Psalm 119:76
“When you are hurting, come to Me for comfort. Rest in Me, My child, and enjoy the gentle kiss of My presence. Listen to Me as I rejoice over you with singing. Remember that I love you always, with an everlasting love.” by Sarah Young, “JESUS TODAY”
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