Our hymn study this week is on the hymn “I Need Thee Every Hour.” I used Psalm 73:28 on my 6x6 page because I felt like it said it all—I desire to be near to God, He is my refuge, and I love giving Him the glory. I also used one of my art journaling cards. If you missed that post, click below to see how I made my card:
And lastly, I put quite a few things on this page that represent my relationship with Christ:
• I crumpled up the sheet music and then spread it out again. It represents me being broken and sinful yet His blood "smooths me out" and makes me clean.
• The Blue Fern Studios Country Picket Fence shows that I can't come before Christ without accepting Him as my Lord and Savior. He is a Holy God, and I cannot approach Him unless I have been cleansed by the blood of Christ which takes down that fence (barrier) between the Father and myself.
• The Blue Fern Studios Blue Fern Bits (hearts) represent my heart attitude.
• The colors—black represent when I am without Him, things are dark and seem hopeless. With Him, my life is filled with joy and bright colors.
• The clock—that I need Him every hour of every day!
To see the words to this hymn, more photos, and to read the entire study, please see my post here:
Papers: Basic Grey RSVP, Paper Trey Ink, Art Journaling Card by Patter Cross
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Blue Fern Bits (w/Gelatos metallic mint, melon, and blueberry), Country Picket Fence (w/Gelatos chocolate and Tim Holtz embossing powder walnut stain)
Stamp Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink black soot
Embellishments: Petaloo Wild Blossoms fuschia and aqua; Prima leaves and clock face; Tim Holtz mini gears; Dew Drops; sewing machine