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Hands Of Time

As a little girl, I remember my mother and her friends sitting around a quilt while I lay underneath. I would watch their hands cast shadows across the different color swatches, their needles bobbing up and down. I felt safe listening to their laughter float through the room.

As a young woman, I waited with anticipation for the time when I would be allowed to take my place at the quilt. I remember my mother patiently showing me how to stitch and tie. I watched in amazement as her hands glided across the fabric and I longed for the day when I could do what she did.

As a mother, I sat listening to the women wander effortlessly through years of shared memories and took comfort in knowing I was not alone. As time passed, I noticed my mother’s hands growing old and I realized for the first time that her worries, her tears, and her laughter were tied into her quilts.

As a grandmother, I move a little slower and see a little further. I remember those friends who have gone on before. I appreciate the simple joys in life. I smile as I watch my own daughter noticing my wrinkled hands and I understand that quilting is more than just stitching fabric together. It is stitching hearts together. Looking back, I see that the most important lesson I learned was not how to quilt… but how to love.

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"The harvest truly is plenteous, but the laborers are few; Pray ye therefore the Lord of the Harvest, that He will send forth laborers into His harvest."

This is an allegorical painting of women gathering grapes in the vineyard. It is intended to be a celebration of work and of reward.

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Heavenly Hands

Afraid and wandering, we lost our way. With no aid in sight, we began to pray: ""Please keep us safe in such hostile lands,"" Then came the warm touch of Heavenly Hands. Perhaps one on our shoulder when we felt alone, While another pointed the way which then led us home. The help came unseen like the wind as it blew, But we all felt it upon us, and that's how we knew, That angels still watch and sometimes send us a ""rose""--A gift to remind us that Heaven still knows, All that we go through and all that we need. Surely Heaven is with us, if we'll only give heed.

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Heres The Church

How many times have you played this little game with your children? Kathy Fincher does a great job of cathing the moment as these two children repeat the often repeated words, "Here's the Church. Here's the Steeple. Open the doors and see all the people."

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Here's The Church

How many times have you played this little game with your children? Kathy Fincher does a great job of cathing the moment as these two children repeat the often repeated words, "Here's the Church. Here's the Steeple. Open the doors and see all the people."

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His Storm Shall Have No Power

His Storm Shall Have No Power (Missionaries)

Artist: Sandra B. Rast © 2002

And now, my sons, remember, remember that it is upon the rock of our Redeemer, who is Christ, the Son of God, that ye must build your foundation; that when the devil shall send forth his mighty winds, yea his shafts in the whirlwind, yea, when all his hail and his mighty storm shall beat upon you, it shall have no power over you… Helaman 5:12

How wonderful it is to know that if we exercise our free agency and choose to build our lives on the sure foundation that no matter what storms we go through or what trials we experience they will have no power over us. What a blessing for those sons and daughters who choose to walk the path into the unknown to share the light of Christ with those who may otherwise remain in darkness. The missionaries depicted in this painting are walking that path of the unknown, doing the work of their Father, being led by the light of Christ and are armed with the teachings of their parents. They go forward with faith, through the storm, to share their message of hope.

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For some time now I have challenged myself to capture "letters" hidden in the world around us. Our customers have enjoyed creating personalized pieces of art from our extensive collection of photographs.

For the first time, we are offering something with even more meaning. I have managed to create words using beautiful photographs taken of temples and temple grounds.

Can you read..."Hope"?

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I Am A Child Of God Plaqued

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I Feel My Savior's Love

""""What''s this on your hand?"""" Such an innocent and concerned inquiry from a little child surely would bring forth a tender answer from the Savior. He might reply, """"That''s a reminder of just how much I love you.""""

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I'm Trying To Be Like Jesus

Jesus serves as the ultimate role model for us all. The familiar phrase, """"what would Jesus do?"""" is a wonderful guidepost to keep us on course. Thinking about Him invites His spirit to be with us, to help us step by step along life''s journey.

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Impending Storm

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In His Constant Care

Perhaps no other being in history has been the subject of more artwork than has Christ. Artistic masters throughout the ages have been drawn to the challenge of portraying themes of inspiration and significance. The life of Christ is an enduring model of humility, compassion, and love. This painting is a visual reminder of one of His most comforting messages regarding the worth of each individual soul. ""Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings, and not one of them is forgotten before God? But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value then many sparrows"" (Luke 12:6-7). As I look at the intricate design of these little sparrows, experience tells me that where there is a design, there is a designer! It is a comforting thought to consider that somewhere there is a Creator who is aware of and has love for even the least of His creations. There is incredible intimacy in the vastness of this thought.

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In His Hands

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Jesus Loves Me

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John 8:12

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Let Us Pray

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Lilies Of The Field

“Lilies of the Field”

Matthew 6:25-33 says:

“Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body than raiment?

Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much better than they?

Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?

And why take ye thought for raiment? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin:

And yet I say unto you, That even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.

Wherefore, if God so clothe the grass of the field, which to day is and to morrow is cast into the oven, shall he not much more clothe you, O ye of little faith?

Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? Or, What shall we drink? Or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed?

(For after all these things do the Gentiles seek: ) for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things.

But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.”

The Lord knows each one of our needs. Do we trust him in all things, or are we of little faith? In the Joseph Smith Translation of Matthew 6:33 it says "Wherefore, seek not the things of this world but seek ye first to build up the kingdom of God, and to establish his righteousness..." If we are seeking first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness, then the Lord will bless us with everything that we need. The Lord takes care of the "Lilies of the Field," and he will take care of us.

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Logan Temple

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Look To Your Children

"Female angels descend in a graceful curve to join Christ in ministering to the children. The central angel ministers by washing the face of a little neglected child." Perhaps influenced by her own grandmotherly acts, Teichert interprets ministering as also bringing an abundance of food and drink . . . These emblems symbolize Christ's promise: to eat and never hunger and drink and never thirst . . . The youngsters are delighted by the offerings. Older children bring forth infants too young to come by themselves, and one child turns to help another. Their acts remind us that these children represent three generations that will be unified in righteousness and by their faith in Christ. The angels appear similar to each other and to Christ, signifying their own unity of purpose and their loving devotion to Christ and all of humanity. (Welch, John W. and Doris R. Dant. The Book of Mormon Paintings of Minerva Teichert. BYU Studies, 1997, p. 146.)

Original: oil, 39 x 28 inches, 1948.

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Madonna With Two Angels Framed

Behold the latest offering from James C. Christensen’s Saints and Angels collection, a series of paintings that he attributes to his alter-ego, an obscure Flemish painter known as The Master of the Enoch Altarpiece.The subject of Madonna with Two Angels is Mary, mother of Jesus, flanked by angels.The models for Mary and the angels might have been the Master’s patrons, as it was customary at the time for the wealthy to request portraits that incorporated characteristics of saints or angels. This devotional piece would have hung in a private home to inspire prayer. Perhaps it was part of a family’s altar. This limited edition is framed to match the stunning beauty of the original framed art. Previous Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Limited Editions from the series include Saint with White Sleeves (shown far left), Isabella and The Enoch Altarpiece (all Sold Out in canvas at Publisher).

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