A4 Corrie Ten Boom Christian Quote Print in Pink

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Be reminded to put your full trust in God as you walk past this Christian wall print hand lettered in pink with the incredible quote by Corrie Ten Boom “Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God”

When everything around us is changing, Christ is the same.

”Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.” If anyone knew the truth of this quote, it was its author, Corrie Ten Boom.

Corrie was a Dutch Christian woman who helped many Jews escape from the nazis during world war 2 and hid them in her home. She put herself at huge personal risk by doing this and fully placed her trust in God because she knew him and his faithful character. She has many a great quote and was a really inspiring woman.

About this Christian print:

This A4 print is of original hand lettered artwork by Anna Hamill. Printed in the U.K. on to FSC certified 310gsm uncoated hahnemuhle german etching paper. This paper is wonderfully soft and tactile as you can see in the close up photo.

The quote is lettered in mid-pink and has an ombré effect ranging from blush pink to peach colours. 

This christian print is the perfect piece to add to any living room or office, especially ones with a light pink, or deep blue or green colour palette. It’s such a great reminder to read each day as you sit somewhere or walk past it. There is nothing to fear, we know God is gentle and kind, he cares for us and we need not fear for our lives or the future.

Its reassuring words for the future make it an ideal gift for many circumstances of life, including graduations, a house move or other life transitions.

This hand lettered design is also available in navy blue, here, and as an A6 card to send, here.

~ Designed in Belfast, printed in the U.K.
~ Sent plastic free, wrapped in tissue paper and in a hard back envelope to ensure safe delivery.

And Hope Designs prints are printed to order - Dispatch within 1 week of order.