Empty Places Aren't Always Bad

It is the binding and weaving work around an empty place that makes it strong and marks it as God’s own work and God’s own devising. Loss is not always tragedy and the missing places and pieces may also make up the beauty of a work put on display to the world.

~Winkie Pratney
     Spiritual Vocations

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  • Merilee Jo Grage

    Merilee Jo Grage Bemidji, Minnesota USA

    Thank you for this message revealed in my heart: stop trying to fill the empty space in your life. In visual art we call it negative space which, without it, eyes have a hard time knowing where to pause and look to really see. I want to see Jesus!

    Thank you for this message revealed in my heart: stop trying to fill the empty space in your life. In visual art we call it negative space which, without it, eyes have a hard time knowing where to pause and look to really see. I want to see Jesus!

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