Hebraic Art Greeting Card Pack by Karen Jacks


Regular price $9.95

GLC is proud to present hebraic greeting cards distinctly created by Karen Jacks. Printed on gorgeous card stock with rich color inside & out. All sizes are 5” x 7” (requiring only one postage stamp). Beautiful when framed and serve as valuable educational tools. Four (4) different greeting cards per pack, and their pictures are presented in the image tabs above.

1st Card - Y'shua HaMashiyach (front) Lift up your heads you Gates; Be lifted up you Ancient Doors, that The King of Glory may come in! Psalms 24:7 Rejoice! Hebrew spelling of Y’shua on the menorah. (back) “Then said I, Lo, I come: in the volume of the book it is written of me, I delight to do your will, O my Elohim, yes, your Torah is within my heart.” Psalm 40:7-8 (inside) “But when the kindness and compassion of Elohim our Life-Giver was revealed, not by works of righteousness which we had done, but according to His mercy, He revived us by the washing of the new birth and by the renovation of the Ruach haKodesh which He shed on us abundantly by Y’shua the Mashiyach our Life-Giver” Titus 3:4-6 AENT (Aramaic English NT) Y’shua in gold letters.

2nd Card - YHVH Yahweh (front) “Let The Name of YaHWeH (“The LORD”) be Blessed now and forever! From east to west The Name of YaHWeH is Praised!” Psalms 113:2-3 (back) “Every day I will bless You and praise Your Name, forever & ever.” Psalms 145:2 (inside top) Hebrew letters for Isaiah 49:26 “I Am Yahweh your Mashiy’ak (Savior)” (inside bottom) Cherish The Name of Yahweh. Keep it with reverence to not discard it.

3rd Card - Ruach haKodesh (front) The Holy Spirit (and in Hebrew letters) “And the Spirit and the Bride say, “You come!” And let him that hears, say, “You come!” And let him who thirsts, come; And he that is inclined, let him take the living water freely.” Revelation 22:17 (inside) "But it is a Spirit in man, the breath of Shaddai (The Almighty) that gives them understanding.” Job 32: 8

4th Card - Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem (front) Hebrew letters in gold at the top. “Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem” Psalms 126:6 (inside right side) “Pray for Peace of Jerusalem” Psalms 126:6 (left side) Isaiah 62:1 “For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent, And for Jerusalem’s sake I will not keep quiet, Until her righteousness goes forth like brightness, And her Salvation like a torch that is burning.”