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"Watchers in the Night"
For He will command His angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways. Psalm 91:11 NIV
NOTES: This is the framed Limited Edition Print.
In a world where uncertainty lurks around every corner, it is often times hard to be at peace about issues like safety and protection even more so when we think about our children. Watchers in the Night reminds us that God's promise, as laid out in Psalm 91:11 remains true. He will watch over you and your loved ones even to the point of sending His angels to encamp around you (Psalm 34:7). This perfect reminder of that promise should hang where it can offer reassurance and encouragement to every member of your family that no matter where they are even if they are simply asleep God's hand of protection is stretched out over them if they trust and believe in Him.
Frame Size 29 1/4 inches wide by 16 1/2 inches hign
Actual Image Size 19 1/2 inches wide by 16 1/2 inches high..
Watchers In The Night Limited Edition Print (framed)
by Thomas Blackshear II
is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Thomas Blackshear II bio
Designer of numerous U.S. commemorative stamps, former head illustrator at the prestigious Godbold/Richter Studio and creator of the award-winning Ebony Visions® sculpture collection, Thomas has earned acclaim for his spiritual imagery - the often allegorical and always passionate expressions of his faith. With "Watchers in the Night," he says, he hopes to "touch the soul" of everyone who sees it. We can't imagine anyone unmoved.