Luke 1:45 Orange Poppy Notecards are a beautiful way to encourage someone waiting on God and His promises.
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Each Notecard is 4.25 x 5.5 inches and printed on 120# Mohawk Superfine stock. Produced from 100% virgin pulp, Mohawk Superfine is acid-free, archival, and FSC-certified (eco-friendly). These Luke 1:45 Orange Poppy Notecards are reproduced from Michele’s original watercolor, “Blessed is She.” They are blank inside with the Artist Statement (below) on the back. Matching off-white envelopes included.
“Blessed is she who has believed that what the Lord has said to her will be accomplished!” Luke 1:45
Elizabeth spoke these words to Jesus’ mother, Mary. Like Mary, we are blessed when we choose to believe that God is faithful to His promises. We may not understand the process He takes us through between a promise made and a promise fulfilled. And we don’t have to. He is God, and He is accomplishing far more than our eyes can see on this side of our promises.
The orange poppy is symbolic. Orange is often associated with fall, the season of harvest. Waiting on God’s promises is much like waiting for a harvest. Orange is also the color of fire which signifies being tested and proven. Finally, the color orange represents boldness, intimacy, and companionship with God.