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First Christmas after Bereavement, You are in my Thoughts, Religious card

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First Christmas after Bereavement, You are in my Thoughts, Religious card
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The Lord is near the broken-hearted; He is the Savior of those whose spirits are crushed down.
-Psalm 34:18-

The first year after the loss of a beloved person is heart-rending.There is pain, there are memories, and there is an empty place in one's heart and home, even more so during the holiday season. Please know that the Lord is with you, He knows your pain and loss, He is holding you in His arms.

Thinking of you with love and wishing you peace at Christmas and all year.
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After the loss of a beloved person, it is very difficult to spend the first Christmas holiday season without that family member. A religious "You are in my Thoughts" card to let the recipient know that God loves them and is with them, especially during Christmas. This card features my original watercolor painting of a red robin and red berries. You can edit text inside the card (Psalm 34:18)
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Reviews for First Christmas after Bereavement, You are in my Thoughts, Religious card
"Bereavement" By Theresa L - December 9th, 2022
Shared these cards with my group that we send cards out to those families that have lost loved ones, everyone loved them.
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    Helen - Dec 10th, 2020
    “The card was perfect for a friend whose father just died November 30th. The family is in mourning and it wouldn’t be appropriate to wish them a merry Christmas this soon. The greeting card message elegantly emphasized that they were in my thoughts and recognized that they would be having a difficult holiday season. It ended by wishing them peace.”
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