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I hope this finds you well.
I love your blog!
My wife and I run a small Christian site as well. In fact, we recently created some really beautiful bible verse pictures. (If I do say so myself 🙂
I know how tough it can be to find good images for blog posts, so I wanted to pay it forward and let you know that you can feel free to use them on your blog posts if you ever need a good picture…
You can find them here: http://www.prayers-for-special-help.com/bible-verse-pictures.html
Feel free to create your own collection, or just use them individually on blog posts… We’d love it if you cited us as the source, but that is totally up to you.
But yeah… thanks for doing what you do! Also, let me know if you’d like another bible verse made into a picture. We’ll be making some more, and we can make a specific one if you need it for a post.
And if you do end up using one, let me know and I’ll share your article on our facebook page (56,000 fans)…
Blessings to you. And make sure to pay it forward!
Prayers for Special Help
I read your book “How to Gain Victory Over Sin.” I would like to discuss and share with you some of the things I have learned that may help you gain a more complete victory.
My thesis is that the life of Joseph is a foreshadowing of the life of Jesus. You have already indicated that as well. Now another step. Does the life of Joseph/Jesus also give us events in the life of the church? It certainly seems to do so. Evidence: 1. pit=cross and tomb. 2. resurrection=drawn out of the pit for Joseph. 3. sold into Egypt=church today in the world. 4. Joseph second to Pharaoh=Jesus at the right hand of God. 5. 7 years of famine which bring the brothers to Joseph=7 years of tribulation bringing Israel to Jesus.
Do you then have any insight over the meaning of Poltipher/imprisonment passage and what this conveys for the church? I would welcome any insight God has given you. Thank you.
So the bridges are we able to go under them?
Yes, you can go under the bridges.
Just working on the launch of a regular “maze magazine” in France. If you could be interested in working with us, please contact us 🙂
Thanks for the offer but I don’t have time to draw more mazes… at least until I retire.
Is it still possible to order a copy of your Mammoth Maze?
My 7 yrs old son is obsessed with making mazes. He has probably made over 100 since he began at age 6. Most are on standard paper, but his biggest was probably about 3ft by 18″. Ironically, he also made a 3-D cube maze with a little help from me. By his request, I am now helping him make a small maze book that he wants to sell copies of “to give money to poor kids.” I haven’t decided which ministry to donate the funds to though.
The full color Mammoth Maze is available at:
A black-and-white version is available for free at either of these two links:
I ordered a color print for my son. He turns 8 in Jan. Perhaps he’ll finish the maze before he turns 9 🙂
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