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    greg olsen art | Greg Olsen Limited Edition Christian Art

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  • Shirlene Renshaw

    The real journey is the one that takes place within us. Greg Olsen

  • Shirlene Renshaw

    He's walked the road you travel. -Greg Olsen (Whenever I find myself down in the dumps and wishing my road had a few less bumps in it, I can always take courage knowing that others have gone before me and prevailed. In some unfathomable way the Lord knows each step of the way. There is no stone He is not familiar with, thus making Him a guide who can empathize perfectly and encourage reassuringly.)

  • Jennifer Scott

    LDS Wherever He Leads 5x7 Print - Greg Olsen Art - Jesus Christ Greg Olsen,

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