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Yahweh - original art by The Worship Project Psalm 68:4 "Sing unto God, sing praises to His name: extol Him that rideth upon the heavens by His name, and rejoice before Him." * * * View the original “365 Worship Project!” Follow us on Instagram @the365worshipproject Follow us on Facebook theworshipprojectofficial

Yahweh - original art by The Worship Project Psalm 68:4 "Sing unto God, sing praises to His name: extol Him that rideth upon the heavens by His name, and rejoice before Him." * * * View the original “365 Worship Project!” Follow us on Instagram @the365worshipproject Follow us on Facebook theworshipprojectofficial

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The Bible only mentions tattoos once. Well, sort of. Leviticus 19:28 reads, “You must not make cuts in your flesh for a dead person, and you must not make tattoo markings on yourselves.” While most would argue the words “tattoo markings” clearly refers to modern day body art, the common consensus among Biblical scholars is that the verse refers to practices associated with mourning the dead, not tattoos as we know them today. With that said, the Bible really doesn’t directly address body…

The Bible only mentions tattoos once. Well, sort of. Leviticus 19:28 reads, “You must not make cuts in your flesh for a dead person, and you must not make tattoo markings on yourselves.” While most would argue the words “tattoo markings” clearly refers to modern day body art, the common consensus among Biblical scholars is that the verse refers to practices associated with mourning the dead, not tattoos as we know them today. With that said, the Bible really doesn’t directly address body…

Even to your old age and gray hairs I am he, I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue.

Pieces by Amanda Cook. Such a true description of who God is

Pieces by Amanda Cook. Such a true description of who God is