The weather is warming up (not that it was cold for very long) here in East Texas, so I’ve been busily packing away the winter stuff and getting our clothes closets ready for spring.
The main closet that needs attention is my six-year old’s. Abby has shot up like a weed, and the leggings that reached her ankles just 12 months ago are now up to her knees.
So I’m culling through her clothes and pulling everything she’s outgrown. Since she has no little sisters to wear her hand-me-downs, I’ll sell most of the things she’s outgrown in the CCC Sale next month — and buy her some summer stuff at the same sale a size or two up.
I guess I have clothes on the brain, because that’s what I ended up doodling for this week’s coloring page.
The Bible is not nearly as concerned with the latest fads and fashions as it is with character. That’s why Colossians says we should clothe ourselves “with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience” — qualities that will never go out of style!
If you like to color, then come back again next Sunday for another coloring page. Or you can look here to download any of the pages I’ve published in the past.
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