My first try at subway art...the background is actually a mistake I made shooting something and not realizing I had the camera on manual focus. The words of course are from Proverbs 31.

Did you know that portion of Proverbs 31 was actually the teaching by a mother to her son as a way to teach him what to look for in a wife? Also, the word translated virtuous or excellent is the same word used in other parts of Scripture to describe a well prepared soldier or army?

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15 Comments

  1. ... no mistake on that background! Stunning blend of radiant hues ...

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  2. I love how you took this picture and made it something beautiful. I also love the soldier definition for this! Wow!

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  3. A lovely mistake it was! :) I'm here from Barbie's.

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  4. Your subway art is beautiful. I never new about the translation of the solider. So cool! Thanks for linking up with Fresh Brewed Sundays!

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  5. Amazing typography! And true words! :) I hope to see more of this kind of art, thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful Sunday!

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  6. Stopping by for a visit from Jumping Tandem!
    You did a beautiful job! What a wonderful mistake.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! Please add the ladies from my chronic illness group in your prayers today. May they experience the Heavenly Father's love and comfort. In Jesus name. Amen!

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  7. I think you did a great job!! I too didn't know the bit about the soldier.

    God bless,
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  8. Marty, I just LOVE this!!! You did such a great job!! I love that you used a "mistake" to make something so beautiful :) Love the scripture, too!! Thanks for sharing, have a blessed day!!

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  9. Tongues guided by "the law of kindness"; desperately needed teaching beautifully portrayed.

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  10. I didn't know those tidbits about Proverbs 31. Thanks for sharing. :) Cool subway art, btw.

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  11. Well that is the most beautiful mistake I have ever seen...You really should frame this. Gorgeous!
    Laurie @ Pride in Photos

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