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Framing ideas for your DBP cards and prints

Most greeting cards barely make it beyond spring cleaning. The lucky ones are stuck in between books, behind shelves or in an old box somewhere. The great thing about our cards is that you will want to keep them around forever. The words of encouragement will pick you up on a dreary day, and are also sure to be great conversation starters. If they're going to be around for a long time, why not frame them? For the prints, it goes without saying; getting a beautiful frame will bring out the beauty of the print, and cheer up your home, office or any personal space. Below are frame ideas you could use for your cards and prints.      DBP...

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#DearAbraham we laugh too, sometimes…

Have you ever found it hard to believe that God could do something you deemed impossible? That he could make a way, where there was none and bring something beautiful out of nothing? Welcome to Abraham’s world.God told Abraham, “I will make you a father of many nations…I will bless Sarah and give you a son through her.” (Paraphrased.)Check out Abraham’s reaction in Genesis 17:17Abraham fell facedown; he laughed and said to himself, “Will a son be born to a man a hundred years old? Will Sarah bear a child at the age of ninety?”Good question Abraham!Don’t we ask that too? Can this happen? Can that happen? Can I get a well paying job in this economy? Can I get...

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#DearDavid, you teach us to worship.

While we know that worship is more than the songs and the music, it is such a sweet experience to really get lost in revering God’s awesome power and love for us. David shows us a great example of that. A deep study of the Psalms shows such dynamic prayers, songs and communication with God. David knew how to ‘journal’. It is easy to track his life experiences through his prayers and worship. When he felt overwhelmed he expressed himself in prayer. Psalm 13 When he experienced victory he praised with passion Psalm 34 When he sinned he earnestly sought forgiveness Psalm 51 The Psalms is full with such David’s emotional prayers and communication with God. What’s your best scripture...

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#DearZarephathLady, your faith and kindness encourages me!

It’s not the way of the world to give in order to receive, nor to humble yourself in order to be exalted. Things just don’t work that way in our selfish hurry-up-can’t-slow-down world. But in God’s kingdom that is the MO. The lady from Zarephath faced a dilemma. There was a famine, she had ingredients to prepare just one more meal for her family before they succumbed to hunger and starvation. Then along came a man who needed food. What to do? To feed him or send him away hungry? To give away what she had or share it with someone who had nothing? Our lady chose to believe that God would care for her like He said He would...

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#DearElijah, I want to do great things too!

Ever felt like you didn’t have what it took to do something significant like someone else? Maybe you looked at your boss, your friends, your pastor or whoever and counted yourself out because you didn’t have their intelligence, charm, opportunities or drive. Well, reading about Elijah in the Bible can make one wonder what kind of Christian you are. Elijah was bold, courageous and always ready to stand up for his faith. He was not afraid to speak and expect things to happen. He  lived simply, yet powerfully and he did amazing things.  The good news is we all can do that and even more. James described Elijah as a man with a nature like ours… (James 5:17 ESV) This means,...

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