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Walk you Through the Storm

$19.00 USD
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By Lacey Christensen

PRODUCT DETAILS

Prints: All prints are made on an archival, fine art matte, giclée paper with a high-quality fine art finish which helps keep the artwork untarnished from sun rays and time decay. The image goes to the edge of the paper unless otherwise requested with customer service.

Canvases: All canvases come stretched, gallery wrapped, on a .75 inch width frame and are ready to hang on the wall. The art will be mirror wrapped to preserve the front perspective of the piece. Please contact our customer service team if you would like to request a rolled canvas instead of a stretched canvas.

A message from the artist: 

It seemed like this could be the end. It surely was the ending to something. It seemed like my heart broke .. and it did. We had made plans. Life was supposed to go different. We were so dedicated to our faith, our family, to each other. The ground was moving, like an earth quake under us and we couldn’t find our footing. 

I could hardly watch the pain in my husbands eyes. I remember thinking, this is the lowest point. I thought I had hit it before.. but watching my husband go through this was so much worse. Its one thing to go through life and get tossed to and from and deal with your own battles, but its another to watch someone you love and feel like you’re on the side lines. I wanted to fight this battle. I wanted to protect him. But the spirit said, smile, be his warmth when the world is not. On the inside, I was broken. I was dying for him. It’s in these moments, you know.. this is were, Jesus the Christ steps in. How thankful I am for the times that destroy all we know, that the earth does move, shatter, and break. The light that comes through those cracks in your world, are so much more beautiful than what you thought you were after. During these times, Christ will carry you through. These are times that would other wise be humanly impossible to endure without Our, Savior and Redeemer.