She will give birth to a Son and you are
to give Him the name Jesus because
He will save His people from their sins.
Matthew 1:21 NIV
His destiny was the cross…
His purpose was love…
His reason was you.
May Your Christmas Be A
Celebration of the Saviour
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I love this card and it was my first choice this year. I find it proclaims the reason for Christmas in the verse that leaves no doubt for everyone I send it to where I stand.
I purchased these cards for friends in Denmark, a country where Christian cards are not available. I had them personalized and included a return address on the envelopes. Much to my surprise, Dayspring CALLED me not once but TWICE to be sure they were getting the Danish words written correctly. I was super impressed with their customer service during these calls and then again when the cards arrived within two days of the call! Perfect in every way!
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