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Custom canvas art - Hope anchors the soul. Bible verse, inspirational quotes, ocean, anchors - by ShellysAcrylics on Etsy

Hope, Anchor For the Soul, Chalkboard Wall Art - Christianbook.com

Hope, Anchor For the Soul, Chalkboard Wall Art

Life's roughest storms prove the strength of our anchors. #Quote #SaltLife #Anchor

Life's roughest storms prove the strength of our anchors. #Quote #SaltLife #Anchor

“Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things.” Colossians 3:2http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Colossians%203&version=NIV

“Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things.” Colossians 3:2http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Colossians%203&version=NIV

I am a total quote hoarder. Here are 20 of my all time favorite Christian quotes!

My Favorite Christian Quotes

I am a total quote hoarder. Here are 20 of my all time favorite Christian quotes!

It is so good to see and realize that Christ is my only Hope!!! Although it hurts when an idol in your life is destroyed....but it makes Christ more beautiful.

Words on the Wall

It is so good to see and realize that Christ is my only Hope!!! Although it hurts when an idol in your life is destroyed....but it makes Christ more beautiful.

Mine for the Making: {Hope} Chalkboard Print

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Hope Anchors the Soul When Fighting Breast Cancer - Sentiments with Style Design Studio

Hope Anchors the Soul When Fighting Breast Cancer

Hope Anchors the Soul When Fighting Breast Cancer - Sentiments with Style Design Studio

Neoclassical Sepia Brooch Faith Hope Charity - This piece shows just how they evolved during the 18th century and how well they could be combined with other motifs. Specifically, the symbol of the anchor (hope) is held by the mourning female (or the idealised depiction of woman) in neoclassical dress pointing towards the heavens.

Neoclassical Sepia Brooch Faith Hope Charity - This piece shows just how they evolved during the 18th century and how well they could be combined with other motifs. Specifically, the symbol of the anchor (hope) is held by the mourning female (or the idealised depiction of woman) in neoclassical dress pointing towards the heavens.

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