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25% will go to The Chosen's Fund. A stunning illustration that accurately portrays a poignant scene from Episode 7 in Season 3 of The Chosen. On a soft and blurry background which depicts the busyness of a crowded market place, our illustrator has carefully put the focus on the interaction between Jesus and Veronica.
In this episode, we are witness to another one of Jesus’ miracles – the healing of the sick woman as mentioned in Mark 5:25-34. After 12 years of suffering because of bleeding that wouldn’t stop despite visiting many doctors, a desperate Veronica reaches out, touches Jesus’s garment and gets healed instantly.
Jesus, full of loving-kindness and compassion, turns to her and gently cups His hands around her face. He calls her “daughter” and tells her that as she put all her faith in this simple gesture, it was her faith indeed that healed her and not His garment.
A great and profound reminder for all of us who might at times feel rejected, exhausted, or hopeless: the very act of reaching out to Jesus and taking refuge under His wings is all it takes to feel comforted in His love. Our faith in Him is enough to sustain us in difficulties.
Created by our lovely illustrator, Elcin, this stunning illustration depicts Veronica been gently comforted by Jesus after her healing. This stunning illustration is available as a printable (no physical item will be shipped) and will be a positive inspiration for any Christian home.
This prayer is a PRINTABLE and is sold as a DIGITAL ITEM (no PHYSICAL ITEM will be sent).
What is a printable? A printable is a digital file (PDF or JPG file format depending on the item you are purchasing) that you pay for once, download to your computer (tablets and phones are not suitable for downloading large files), and print as many times as you want for your personal use.
Upon payment, you will receive a link to download your printable. Once downloaded, your printable will be located in a ZIP folder that contains images and documents (your purchased printable, a Bonus print and a Printing Guide). Your printable can be printed in six different sizes, making it suitable and versatile for any type of decorative project (e.g., wall art, home decor, planner, photo frame).
Your printable comes in two formats, PDF and JPEG, and can be printed in six (6) different sizes.
Its size is 21 cm x 29.7 cm or 8.3 x 11.7 inches which is an International paper size file that can be resized for printing: A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6 (see dimensions below).
All these sizes will retain exactly the same aspect ratio, regardless of whether you are printing a large poster or a smaller print. And because our printables have been professionally designed using a high quality resolution (300 ppi) the colors and writing will remain clear and crisp, no matter the size of your print.
This format is not suitable for a square photo frame nor a US Letter size.
A1 size: 59.4 x 84.1 cm or 23.4 x 33.1 inches
A2 size: 42 x 59.4 cm or 16.5 x 23.4 inches
A3 size: 29.7 x 42 cm or 11.7 x 16.5 inches
A4 size: 21 x 29.7 cm or 8.3 x 11.7 inches
A5 size: 14.85 x 21cm or 5.8 x 8.3 inches
A6 size: 10.5 x 14.85 cm or 4.1 x 5.8 inches
- Printing Tips
Printable art is an easy and affordable way to personalize your home or office with Christian prayers and Bible-based material. You can print at home, at your local print shop, or upload the files to an online printing service of your choice.
Your purchase includes a Printing Guide that will be included in your Zip folder (along with a Bonus printable).
Printing paper: you may want to choose a very simple and plain printing paper, or a shiny, glossy, or matte photo paper for a more elegant touch, or you could choose a strong, card-like type of paper to create a nice, sturdy copy of your printable. Alternatively, you can use any other kind of printing material of your choice.
Printing at home: ensure you follow the instructions for your printer depending on the size you wish to print out (i.e., for a size A5, you want to make sure that you load your printer with A5 printing paper, adjust the edge guide, select A5 within the prints settings, etc.).
Printing locally: ensure that you request a sample in your chosen size from your local printer before going ahead. Feel free to ask them questions about the types of printing paper available based on your budget and your project (e.g., wall art, photo frame, personal planner, etc.).
Printing online: simply type in keywords such as “online printing” in Google, followed by the name of your town – for instance, “online printing London” – and you should see a list of various online printers that deliver to your area. Take the time to check whether they offer prints in the size of your choosing, the type of paper they offer, their delivery fees, etc. It is sometimes cheaper to order a few copies rather than a single print, so don’t hesitate to increase the quantity of your order and simply give away the extra copies to your church, friends, or family. Better yet, frame them in a nice photo frame and offer them as a gift for a birthday or a special occasion … which leads us nicely to the next section: framing.
- Framing Tips
When choosing a photo or picture frame for your printable, always double-check the size you want to display it in. Indeed, some frames are sold with inside mounts that may reduce the visibility of your printable or hide parts of it.
Others may have narrow borders that might require you to trim your printable a little to fit it in. For that reason, our advice is to always do a printout first in your chosen size, then measure it with a tape so you can select a frame more accurately.
For instance, if your print is 14 inches by 11 inches and you wish to display it in all its glory in a nice picture frame with a mount, you will confidently select a frame that is 18 inches by 14 inches with a display size of 14 inches by 11, safe in the knowledge that your printable will be completely visible.
Likewise, if your printable comes with a bleed (a margin of 0.125” as an extension of the print), you may want to choose a frame with thin borders in order to hide the bleed while showing the printable in its entirety.
Again, it is wisest to have a print handy before choosing a picture or photo frame. That being said, not all prints require frames – you may well decide to have your printable printed on a canvas or a sturdy, card-like type of paper. These can work very well for wall art and home decor and don’t require any frames at all.
Regarding photo frames, feel free to check at your local DIY or home decor store for some nice photo frames. Alternatively, you may want to try online stores such as Amazon because they offer a wide range of photo frames.