Sunday, January 6, 2008


The Three Kings offer the Infant God
the gold of a life full of love and fidelity,
the frankincense of a prayerful faith,
the myrrh of our sorrows,
tears and sufferings
which we unite to His own.


Anonymous said...

The detail of this card is fantastic, Micki. How can a black and white card be so "rich"? It's beautiful. Thank you.
Best Regards, Lynneda

Anonymous said...

I have just returned from evening mass in celebrating the Feast of the Epiphany and then to see such an appropriate beautiful card - how cool is that!


EC Gefroh said...

Happy Feast Day of the Epiphany Micki. Beautiful card!

Anonymous said...

I think that this is what the French words mean:

"The Three Kings. In the night, upright hearts received the light. They adore Jesus, [bowing] their foreheads to the dust."


Micki said...

Lynneda - Yes, I wish they still produced these beauties.

Karl - You must be posted in US afternoon....I'm just glad you checked this out.

Esther - Happy Feast Day to you too. It's a royal one for sure.

John - It is always so good to read your translations. It adds much to the cards. Thank you.

Easter Almuena said...

My oh my! I have to enlarge the cards to fully appreciate them and this one's another beauty.

Kay has a beautiful collection of cards as well.

All these cards reflect God's beauty!

Micki said...

Easter - Yes, I'm glad you found Kay, she has a wonderful collection.