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Sandy Clough Teacup Poem Christmas Card Set of 20

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Inside: There's a warm Christmas tradition I've come to cherish every ear. It fills my heart with gratitude and reminds me God is near. I wake before the sun and brew a cup of Christmas tea. Then we sit and have a chat—just the Lord and me. I thank him for the ones I love both family and friends, for each breath He's given and the peace and joy He sends. God reminds me of His faithfulness, of blessings sent my way, and answers I'd forgotten to the many prayers I pray. And when my teacup's empty I rejoice in what I know: In light of all God's gifts to me my cup still overflows! Merry Christmas
"You honor me by anointing my head with oil. My cup overflows with blessings." —Psalm 23:5


Like a cup of warm tea, your greeting will comfort friends near and far this Christmas season. Elegantly painted by artist Sandy Lynam Clough, this delightful card celebrates God's abundant presence in our lives.


Card single folds to 4 1/4 x 6"; white envelopes included.



We're sorry, at these low costs, cards and envelopes cannot be personalized.
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