Having our course corrected can feel as though that season of pain will never end. But in his letter to the Philippians, Paul reminds us that God will be faithful to finish the work He starts in us. We’ll get to the other side of our pain, and God will be faithful to set our feet on a corrected path and give us a fresh start.
Birds don’t just remind us of spring and new beginnings; they also remind us of God’s faithfulness. Matthew 6:26 says, “Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?”
Allow this yarn wreath to be a tangible reminder that God will be faithful to complete the work He’s begun in you and your family.
What You’ll Need
- Foam wreath
- Craft or hot glue
- Faithful Bird cutout
- Hole punch
What You’ll Do
Begin by tying the end of a spool of yarn to the foam wreath. Then, wrap the yarn around the wreath to cover it completely. When you’re done, tie off the end of the yarn. Cut out the Faithful Bird (get the printable below) and use the hole- punch to make two holes in the top. Tie a small piece of yarn around the wreath, and then thread the yarn through the holes in the bird to connect the bird to the wreath. Hang the wreath in a prominent place in your home.
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