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Holy Night Christmas Card - Set of 20

Inside: The night Jesus came to earth creation could not contain its praise...The heavens exploded with light and song and set the universe ablaze. A beacon of hope, a ray of joy, the heavenly star did brightly shine...Beckoning all to "Come and see!" a Babe both human and divine. Today that Christmas star still shines, praising God above... Through the light seen in our lives each time we share Christ’s gift of love.
Wishing you a Glorious Christmas


Keep the message of our savior's glorious birth alive with a Christmas greeting that celebrates the power of the shining star. The captivating illustration of His birth wraps around the front and back of the card.


Card single folds to 5" x 7"; white envelopes included.


Set of 20.


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