明信片 -《耶穌 · 比喻》
產品 : 12-Postcard Box Set 明信片12張套裝 -《耶穌 · 比喻》
作者 : Toby Ng Design
ISBN : BRK-P-12
重量 : 120.00 g
尺寸 (mm) : 135.00 x 188.00 x 9.00
單價 : $ 35.00
Made for spreading the best of your thoughts. This Boxset comes with a cultured cover design, featuring a holder for keeping all these vibes altogether. – 壹套12張明信片盒裝 – 雷射切割效果包裝 – 350gsm卡紙 – 專色柯式印刷 – 尺寸 : 130mm (寬) x 185mm (高) x 9mm (深) When did you last pray? | A Friend Comes at Midnight (Luke 11.5–10) He is listening. Knock the door and it will open for you. As always. Are you lost? | The Lost Sheep (Luke 15.4–7) A blindfolded person does not see the light being shed on his face. We are not lost, in a way. We have yet to really see. Give a helping hand when needed. | The Good Samaritan (Luke 10.30–35) Be a giver. Offer your hand. It means the whole world for those who are looking for that lift. Dream Big. | The Mustard Seed (Matthew 13.31–32) Feel free to start even from the smallest seed. It is where greatness begins. Now, dream. When did you last hug your family? | The Lost Son (Luke 15.20–24) Extend your arms and be ready for a warm welcome by your family, a life but not last resort. What are you chasing after today? | The Rich Fool (Luke 12.16–21) Save the best for last? Sure, just that ‘the best’ won’t last. And the chase won’t end for the fools. What is your faith built on? | The Wise and Foolish Wise men lay good foundations that are weather-proof. They fear no storm. Don't blindly follow. | The Blind(Matthew 15.14) Lead only when you can truly see. Or a free fall for you and the ones who follow is likely. Make the right choice. | The Narrow Door (Matthew 7.13–14) Two doors. Which leads the right way? The act of choosing is tough, as always. Don't start things you can't finish. | The Tower Builder (Luke 14.28–30) A construction will always be a work in progress until one has all it takes to complete. Promise yourself to stick through the good times and the bad before saying yes. Light up the world. | A Lamp on a Stand (Luke 8.16–18) Make no secret of a brighter world. Pass around the light and make it a better one. How do you measure others? | The Measurement (Luke 6.37–38) The exact opposite happens at the moment when one starts measuring others. Why do we measure anyway?