I Corinthians

February 15, 2009


The above rendering of scripture taken from I Corinthians was made with a green calligraphy marker and fine tip black marker.  The Uncial alphabet that I’ve employed consists of a blend of what we’ve come to know as upper and lower case characters.

Paul’s advice on how we should practice loving one another isn’t easy to follow, but certainly an ideal worth aspiring to on a daily basis.  I think it’s helpful to have words of scripture framed and displayed in high traffic areas of the home to act as visual reminders to family members.

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3 Responses to “I Corinthians”

  1. pepsoid Says:

    Love is, indeed, all you need! 🙂

    …which seems obvious, but is easily forgotten.

  2. flandrumhill Says:

    … hence the need for visual reminders 😉

  3. pepsoid Says:


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