The Heavens and The Earth Paperback
A Bible Colouring Book for Grown-Ups
by Stu McLellan;
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Blending Bible verses with illustrations by Stu McLellan, this book is perfect for meditating on God's word whilst relaxing.
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The Heavens and The Earth
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Find inspiration in the Bible, in nature, in everything.
Illustrated by Stu McLellan, whose charming illustrations draw from the swirls and patterns in nature as well as the most moving and beautiful verses of the Bible, The Heavens and the Earth is a colouring book which is rooted in God's creations and the wonder therein.
In The Heavens and the Earth, Stu takes verses from the NIV Bible, such as Psalm 19:1, and creates tailored illustrations to match.
So, find yourself both relaxed and in touch with God's word and world with this character filled book of gentle, charming images to fill with colour and life.
Great for meditation on the verses, finding time with God, and escaping everyday stresses and worries, The Heavens and The Earth will help you to get in touch will all that's around you and see the patterns to be found in God's creation.
The Heavens and The Earth by Stu McLellan was published by Hodder & Stoughton in March 2016 and is our 13300th best seller. The ISBN for The Heavens and The Earth is 9781473637337.
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Details for The Heavens and The Earth
|Page last updated||19th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||Stu McLellan|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (March 2016)|
|Number of Pages||96|