The Scriptures foretold that the Savior of the world would be born in Bethlehem. So it was that a census forced Mary and Joseph to travel from their hometown of Nazareth to the city of Bethlehem. There, they had nowhere else to stay but in a stable, and it was in these lowly circumstances that Jesus, the Savior of the world, was born. He is Emmanuel, “God with us.”
Text used: Luke 1-2 (KJV)
All seemed lost on Good Friday when Jesus, the Son of God, had been crucified and laid in a tomb. But God's plan was far from finished. Three days later, Jesus rose from the dead, declaring His victory for us over sin and death. Indeed, the Son had risen.
Text used: Passion and Resurrection accounts from Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John (KJV)
The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ is the most significant event in the history of the world. Here on Calvary, the Lord died for the sins of all people, taking our punishment upon Himself. His resurrection three days later proved His victory over death, earning salvation for all who believe in Him.
Text used: The Gospel of John (KJV)
The sight of our flag fluttering in the breeze instills pride in the American heart. This symbol of unity and freedom reminds us of all who fought for those rights throughout the years, so the Stars and Stripes could indeed “wave o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave.”
Text used: America (My Country, 'Tis of Thee), America the Beautiful, Battle Hymn of the Republic, Star Spangled Banner, You're a Grand Old Flag
“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Who doesn't love this line from Shakespeare's famous play “Romeo and Juliet?” Shakespeare knew how to speak the language of love. And what better symbol of love than the red rose? This masterpiece uses the text of Shakespeare's sonnets to build an image of a rose, which conveys a stunning expression of love and promise.
Text used: Variety of sonnets by William Shakespeare
Beautiful Christmas greeting cards using the Bethlehem TEXTscapes design.
Available in boxes of 10 cards. Cards are blank inside.