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He Who Feeds The Sparrow by Danny Hahlbohm - Unframed Christian Art
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He Who Feeds The Sparrow by Danny Hahlbohm - Unframed Christian Art

He Who Feeds The Sparrow by Danny Hahlbohm is a wonderful work of Christian art that reminds us of God's watch care over us. It would make an outstanding gift idea for almost any occasion.

He who feeds the sparrow and guides the robin's flight, Will raise the sun tomorrow and light the stars tonight.

His love for us is endless; His hand can calm the sea. He who feeds the sparrow, still cares for you and me.

He showers us with blessings that we might see and learn Asking only that we listen and love Him in return.

He who feeds the sparrow and guides the robin's flight, Will guide my path tomorrow and give me peace tonight. Clay Harrison

All matted prints come shipped to you in a special custom made reinforced box with it’s own clear protective bag preserving it from any dampness or humidity during it’s arrival to you.

A canvas giclee is basically a reproduction of an image or artwork on canvas. The canvas itself is specially coated to give a look and feel of the original artwork intended. Please note that because they are reproduced on canvas no text shall be included on the artwork like shown in paper prints.

5 sizes available - see drop down box for pricing.

Whether you buy it for yourself or give it as a gift, you will love this reminder of God's goodness and unfailing love. It makes a great way to share your faith and anyone who receives it will treasure it.

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