|A plaque given to us last year for Christmas|
|These are at the bottom of the landing between second and third floors.|
|The plaques are of Psalm 37:4 and Phil 4:4. I purchased the frames at Walmart and took some mark-down fabric scraps to make the background and match the color scheme for this area.|
Home Interiors used to carry some Scripture decorations (though I've not checked recently). I purchased this heart with Matthew 5:8 above my kitchen sink. The notecards are my memory verses that I'm currently working on - I can wash dishes and work on memorizing them at the same time.
In the upstairs bathroom we have 1 John 1:5 above a Thomas Kincaid picture.
This hangs above my ironing board as I'm working (given to me by my brother, Jonathan Slagenweit).
- Keep scripture in front of them that will remind them of principle truths of God's Word.
- Make it attractive - I'll have to admit when Philip first mentioned implementing this principle (I'm ashamed to admit it!) I thought, "How tacky! It's going to ruin my whole decorating style!" What I learned is - "my style" isn't as important as A. following the commands of Scripture and B. doing what is going to impact my children for good and eternity. This was before wall art and doing a Google search on "Scripture wall art" produced a million results!
- Stay within the budget! There are lots of creative ideas for implementing this principle using just a computer and a pretty frame.
How do you implement Deut 6:9? I'd love to hear/see your ideas!