You've Set Me Free Encouragement Art in 5x7

You've Set Me Free Encouragement Art in 5x7

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Inspired by IF:Gathering 2020, we want to live free as Romans 8 describes.  Share this lyrical reminder with our beautiful 5x7 encouragement art. It is perfect for displaying, framing, gifting, and sharing as it comes packaged with and envelope.

"Found in your mystery, your love pouring over me, basking in peace, you've set me free"  This beautiful art is printed on our our archival ultra-heavy art board.

ABOUT THE COLLECTION: SET FREE
What relationships are not being formed because we let our shame isolate us?

What individuals are not being served because we live small and fearful?

What injustice isn't being corrected because we believe we have nothing to offer?

This is not the life Christ purchased for us when He took our sin to the cross and conquered it once and for all!

Romans 8:1-2 says,"So now there is no condemnation for those who belong to Christ Jesus. And because you belong to him, the power of the life-giving Spirit has freed you from the power of sin that leads to death."

We created the Set Free Collection out of Romans 8 as a constant reminder that if we trust in Jesus, we are victorious. Explore this new collection inspired by this year's IF: Gathering theme ... let go, breathe deep, walk in power, and be set free! 

Details:
Encouragement Art | 5"  x 7" | Luxurious 32pt Extra Heavy Fine Art Stock | Blank on the back with room to write a message |  w/ premium envelope - A7 Size

Our extra special, double thick fine art cards are our founding encouragement Art Cards. They are printed on the archival-quality Mohawk Superfine paper. Then it is stacked four-layers thick for the rigidity of a fine art board. The result? A wonderfully tactile piece of art that is really a notch above. Included with each Encouragement Art Card is our special gift insert card that helps the recipient understand the intention of this card is not to be a throw-away card, but rather truly a piece of art meant to linger and remind us of God’s presence in our world.