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Warner Press We Miss You (1 Thessalonians 1:2)--Missed You Postcards

"God Made you to fill a place that no other person could fill. We miss you!" Back: We give thanks to God always for you...making mention of you in our prayers. (Thessalonians 1:2) Pkg. of 25 postcards from Warner Press.
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Review 1 for We Miss You (1 Thessalonians 1:2)--Missed You Postcards
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Date:October 23, 2011
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Ruth
Location:N. C.
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i was very well pleased with the missed you series postcards and I will be looking forward to ordering from your company again in the future.
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Review 2 for We Miss You (1 Thessalonians 1:2)--Missed You Postcards
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Date:December 17, 2008
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P Haught
One thing that our senior ministry does at church is to send cards to those who have missed services. When I saw this postcard I thought "what an appropriate sentiment" to send on those occasions. We've found that a simple little card signed by several people saying that you are missed has a lot of meaning to most people. Many times when someone returns to church, they comment on how much they appreciated the thoughtfulness.
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Review 3 for We Miss You (1 Thessalonians 1:2)--Missed You Postcards
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Date:March 21, 2008
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William Carr
The theme of the postcard is very true. A reminder to give thanks for all He has done. Not to forget and die but to touch the hearts of the needy. Awake and live He is risen indeed.
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