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"Consider how the flowers grow" from Luke 12:27  finishes out with this pretty tote in pastel colors. Grab your essentials and head out the door, with the reminder of  Who is in charge for the day! Get the matching water bottle to stick inside.

 

This practical, high-quality Tote Bag is available in one size.

 

The Story behind the Design:

 

Luke 12:27 "Consider how the flowers grow; they do not work or spin. Yet I tell you, not even Solomon in all his glory was clothed like one of these!" This is one of many Bible verses about anxiety and depression that comes at it from a different viewpoint. These are words of Jesus, and he is saying how beautiful the flowers are and they don't fret or worry about their needs. He also compared their beauty to the splendor of King Solomon who had everything that he ever wanted as the richest man there ever was.

 

These are positive encouragement words to think about as you pack up your essentials for the day and be reminded of the words of Jesus.

 

Size Chart:

 Large
Height, in17.99
Length, in17.99
Width, in3.46
Handle height, in11.81
Handle width, in1.00

 

"Consider how the flowers grow" Luke 12:27 Tote Bag.

PriceFrom $21.97
Excluding Sales Tax |
  • Extremely strong and durable synthetic fabric that retains its shape and dries quickly.

    Wipe off to keep clean.

  • All over print provides comfort with style at the beach or out in town. Made from reliable materials, lasting for seasons.

    • 100% Polyester
    • Boxed corners
    • Black inner stitching, transparent thread on hems.
    • Black cotton handles
    • With non-woven laminate inside
    • Size tolerance 0.75" (1.9 cm))
    • Assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts
    • Reinforced stitching on handles makes the seams strong and durable.

A Note on Matching Merchandise

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Items ordered my come from different warehouses, and will be mailed separately.

If you want to gift multiple items in one package, please consider shipping them to your address and repackaging them to send together. 

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