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December 23rd, 2009

Christmas Cards – Set 04

Fourth set of Christmas Cards are shown above. There are 12 of them in this article. These are more special as these have the calender showing only the month of December also on each of them. Take a look at each and pick your favorite.

During this Christmas season, dwell on this wonderful thought that Jesus, who was born 2000 years back, is now your Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace!

Model Prayer:

Father, I thank you for giving Jesus, your Son, as your precious gift to me. I acknowledge Him as my Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. I surrender my life into your hands. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

December 19th, 2009

Christmas Cards – Set 03

Third set of Christmas Cards are posted here at TBTG. Have a look at them given just above.

I wish all readers of TBTG a wonderful Christmas, filled with joy and spiritually enjoying our saviors birth. Sending Christmas Cards , the custom is dying now, but it is kept more alive on the Internet by sending E-Cards as Christmas Greetings. So here is a set of 12 Christmas Greeting pics to help you in doing so.

Although there are differences of opinion about how much God directs the events of a person’s life, there is less debate about how much God intervened in the birth of Jesus. People may argue about how much or about how little God was involved in many occurrences in the history of mankind, but most professing Christians agree that God micromanaged the birth of His Son. In The Prophecy Study Bible Tim LaHaye lists 125 prophecies in the Old Testament about the first coming of Christ. God gave details about the coming Messiah. Then He made it happen. As I said earlier, Jesus’ birth was important to the Father.

December 19th, 2009

Christmas Cards – Set 02

See another set of 12 Christmas Cards on TBTG  just above and enjoy this Christmas season sending them to friends.

The custom of sending Christmas cards started in Britain in 1840 when the first ‘Penny Post’ public postal deliveries began. (Helped by the new railway system, the public postal service was the 19th century’s communication revolution, just as email is for us today.) As printing methods improved, Christmas cards were produced in large numbers from about 1860. They became even more popular in Britain when a card could be posted in an unsealed envelope for one half-penny – half the price of an ordinary letter.

Traditionally, Christmas cards showed religious pictures – Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus, or other parts of the Christmas story. Today, pictures are often jokes, winter pictures, Father Christmas, or romantic scenes of life in past times.

So take a close look at the Christmas Card series at TBTG – This is the second set.

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