And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.
There are two types of Christmas cards, ones we give to others and the ones we receive from others. I remember growing up as a child in a family of seven. Collectively, we received many cards that we used to decorate our house. However, in those days, we only had physical greeting cards and not digital ones like today. Nevertheless, there is one particular Christmas card that I have safely kept all these years in my bible. It was specially hand made for me by my husband. He drew a picture on the cover and wrote his greetings; it was so meaningful.
Sending Christmas cards has changed with the times. We can now send animated digital cards in an instant without spending a cent. Some people prefer the non-hassle of sending digital cards, while some prefer the personal touch on a physical card. I think the most important gesture of giving a personalised Christmas card is the meaning of sending well wishes, prayer, or simply saying ‘I’m thinking of you’ or ‘we miss you.’ Some families send Christmas cards with their family photos to friends and family. There are many creative ways to spread Christmas cheer.
Everyone has their unique style of sending a greeting to friends and family. Be yourself and do what matters to you most. Remember, Christ is the reason for the season, and let us spread the joy and love around. Have a joyful season with loved ones!