Good morning friends~ Like the rest of the world, I'm doing my part to stay home and lessen the curve of the spread of the Corona virus. These have been challenging times for everyone with so much worry and fear. I normally attend a Bible study group on Tuesdays with a group of wonderful, Godly women that are in their retired years. We just celebrated a 90th birthday for one of them! I am not yet considered a senior but I'm catching up quickly. ;0) Anyway, I've been calling each of them and checking in on their needs and I've also been sending cards with encouraging messages. I don't know about you and where your heart is but I know for me, that when I'm afraid, I turn to the comfort of God's Word. Here are a few cards I've made to send to my lovelies during this time of separation.
While there's nothing fancy about these cards, I was able to put them together quickly using sentiments from The Greetery and stamps from PTI and Clearly Besotted.
If there's one thing we need in the world today, it's peace of mind to know Who is in control and we can turn to God because He cares for YOU.
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I hope you are doing well, my friend! Thankfully we have crafting to keep us sand and our households happy! These are beautiful cards with beautiful messages! Be well! xo~ReplyDelete
These are beautiful and so well designed. And, you used one of my favorite sentiment sets. I am sure all who get a card from you are so cheered. Take care of yourself too and stay well. We are fine and staying home as much as possible too.ReplyDelete
These are all BEAUTIFUL and made even more so by God's words Birgit! I'm sure your bible study ladies are loving receiving these with words of hope and comfort and also just hearing from you! Take care. Hugs. :0)ReplyDelete
They are going to enjoy your pretty cards so much Birgit! They know the love that went into making them!ReplyDelete
I am sure your friends will be so touched by these lovely cards, I am doing the same thing with my ladies group and those from the church home alone. I can't imagine going through this time without God to lean on.ReplyDelete