Christian Cross Screensaver

Christian Cross Screensaver

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Have you ever been driving down Interstate 40 through Oklahoma, and witnessed the largest cross in North America yet? did you stop to see what it was all about? We did, and we are so very glad we did. This little stop represents the life and death of Jesus Christ. We think this screensaver of high def. still photography will tell you a great story.

Various Bronze statues tell the story better then anything else.

This comes in a zipped file with an EXE within. The EXE is the screensaver program.

Thank you, and God Bless.
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I made these using various pastel color for the base that shows white in the picture. I then got twigs from the yard and painted them pale yellow and hung these on it. Sure to be a hit this year at our easter brunch.
Anita
Mar 1, 2016

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