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What he got back from the printer wasnít quite what he expected.
The card was hand-drawn art on custom, old-fashioned Christmas cards ( http://invitingsmiles.com/holiday-cards.html ) designed with a personalized photo of himself and his lovely bride. What he didnít expect was a faint image of Jesus Christ over the picture of his wife. It was barely visible, but everyone who saw it could make it out.
Memories with holiday photo cards are the most popular way to spread the word. In this case, the word really was Jesus Christ!
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Last Christmas this Texan father of two uploaded his happy holiday cards for bulk printing. Supposedly, almost mystically laid over the picture of his wife was a faint image of Jesus Christ that everyone could clearly see. It didnít exist in the uploaded photos and that image wasnít in his holiday photo collection.
They received this as a sign from God.
Before contemplating this unusual holiday photo card, the couple had marital problems so bad that they were considering divorce. So, they gave their long marriage another try until just recently.
They learned that on the same day that they uploaded pictures for their Christmas Photo Cards, many of the local churches were doing the same thing. The churches were getting free Christmas cards and cheap holiday cards while he was getting his marriage saved. They stayed together, because they learned that they were given the best holiday cards ( http://invitingsmiles.com/holiday-cards.html ) they could possibly order!