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Dogwood Log in Prayer Log Dogwood Log in Prayer Log
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Product description: Carved by hand by Bruce Lyndon Cunningham in flowering dogwood wood (Cornus florida) Log íN' Prayer Log ~ This is a new method of praying that is simple and effective. This is a great spiritual tool that will help people pray and communicate with God. The instructions are simple. Write on slips of paper your concerns and worries and put the slips of paper in the log. In a few days go back to the log and reread your prayers. If the prayers have been answered, write them on the other side of the paper. Writing down your prayers requires you to think about what you want or need or what you wish for another person. In the process, your prayers become clearer. Writing down prayers and putting them in the log makes your concerns tangible. When you begin to worry remember that you have taken your concerns to God and your concerns are in His hands. You can let go. Using the Log íNí Prayer Log, you will learn to expect answers to your prayers, and you will be more sensitive to God's answers when they do come.
 
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Dogwood Log in Prayer Log

Jewelry by Forester-Artist

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  • Product ID#: 4823
  • Dimensions: 6" width x4" height x4" depth
  • Weight: 3 lbs
  • Materials: Wood

Artwork Description: Carved by hand by Bruce Lyndon Cunningham in flowering dogwood wood (Cornus florida)

Log íN' Prayer Log ~ This is a new method of praying that is simple and effective. This
is a great spiritual tool that will help people pray and communicate with God. The
instructions are simple. Write ...
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Internationally known for his unique pen and ink watercolor botanical artwork, Bruce Lyndon Cunningham, titled Forester-Artist. His work is found all over the world. The tree prints and orignals are unique that the tree botanical is framed in the wood of that tree with carvings in the corners and sides of the frame. In 2005, Bruce Lyndon Cunningham was commissioned by the United States Forest Service in Washington D. C. by the Chief Forester to design a painting for the 100th year of the U. S. Forest as a gift to President...read more