Thursday, June 25, 2015

The Good and The Bad Come In Threes

Happy Thursday Friends, Followers and Viewers,
Question for your thought:  How many things can you think of that come in threes?  Here are a few of my favorite things: three ring circus; three little pigs; the three bears; three stooges; three french hens; three bones in the human ear; three Bronte Sisters; three piece suit; three feet in a yard; three strikes and you're out; etc.  The card I'm sharing with you and the people over at www.WordArtWednesday.blogspot.com  for challenge #189, incorporates three good things that we should do...rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation and be constant in prayer. Romans 12:12  I chose to get back to my love today...scripture verses.  It is nice to use other types of sentiments but my true love is in biblical verses.   First the warm antidote—"Rejoicing in hope," and then the cool antidote, "Patient in tribulation." Either of these, or both together, will work wonderfully for the sustaining of the spirit in the hour of affliction; but it is to be observed, that neither of these remedies can be taken into the soul except they be mixed with a drought of prayer. Prayer in the life of an individual should be three words—Instant, constant, expectant.
WordArtWednesday Challenge #189-Anything Goes Family Friendly
Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer...Romans 12:12

Supplies: white, pink and blue cardstock; watercolor paper distressed with Range distress inks, tumbled glass, picked raspberry and mustard seed; three handmade flowers; and a Recollection brick wall small picture frame; floral vines cut with Cricut Explore in the design space.
The rule of three
•The rule suggests that when things come in threes, they are inherently funnier, more satisfying, or more effective than other numbers of things.  What do you think about this?
Sending you a hug and LOVE,
Lois



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