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WAIT Bookmark

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This bookmark serves as an encouraging reminder of the hope we have in Christ during hard seasons of waiting. Whether you're waiting for a healthy child, a husband, or something else, I pray this bookmark helps you to look to Christ as you wait.

A watercolor wreath with the brush-lettered word "WAIT" is featured at the top of this 8.5x3 bookmark. Nine scriptures are listed underneath the wreath in size 8 font. The Bible references (e.g. Psalm 130:5-6) are size 7 font. 

Each bookmark is printed on bright white 80# linen card stock.

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This bookmark serves as an encouraging reminder of the hope we have in Christ during hard seasons of waiting. Whether you're waiting for a healthy child, a husband, or something else, I pray this bookmark helps you to look to Christ as you wait.

A watercolor wreath with the brush-lettered word "WAIT" is featured at the top of this 8.5x3 bookmark. Nine scriptures are listed underneath the wreath in size 8 font. The Bible references (e.g. Psalm 130:5-6) are size 7 font. 

Each bookmark is printed on bright white 80# linen card stock.

And provide for those who grieve in Zion--
to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes,
the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair.
They will be called oaks of righteousness,
a planting of the LORD for the display of his splendor.

| Isaiah 61:3 |

Seasons of waiting are incredibly hard and it's so tempting to just go on autopilot until you begin to see growth. But the things God is wanting to grow in your life must be nurtured. Even though it may feel like a dead season, the Lord is working and planting seeds, and we are called to water those seeds He is planting. And sometimes the seeds He plants make no sense to us and we wonder, "Lord, what could possibly grow out of this mess?"

That is how I felt after my second miscarriage. So many beautiful things were born out of my first loss: This brand, a new focus for my blog, an overall passion to help grieving mothers, Burden Bearing Baskets, and The Painted Name Project. I found myself often wondering, "Why, Lord? I've already learned so much and my life has changed so drastically. What more could You plan to do out of so much sorrow?"

But that is the beautiful thing about the sovereignty of God; even though I have no clue what He's doing, I trust Him. And even though I don't know what He's planning through all of this yet, I do know what He calls me to do in seasons of waiting. So sometimes you just have to rest in that and trust that He'll gracefully guide you through the growing pains until something beautiful is born. 

Behold, I am doing a new thing;
now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?
I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.

| Isaiah 43:19 |