Saturday, January 23, 2010

The Meaning of the Snowman


The Meaning of the Snowman
The white snow stands for the purity of the souls filled with God's grace.  The circular snowballs represent God's everlasting love.  The pieces of coal used to make the eyes, mouth and buttons symbolize God's Almighty power.  The carrot nose reminds us that God gives us everything we need to live and grow.  The scarf suggests the warmth of God's tender care.  The top hat reminds us always to keep faith our top priority.  The arms are outstretched to us as God's always are.  The broom made of straw and wood signifies that Jesus was born and died to cleanse us of sin.  May your heart be ever warmed by the good news of God's great love for you!
Author Unknown

Above are two rubberstamped cards I made, I so enjoy sitting down and creating, weather it is quilting, stamping, knitting.  I can get lost for hours doing these activities.

4 comments:

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Evening Michelle...
Oh sweetie, I have to tell you I so love snowmen. I have all my life. I have never seen or heard of this writing before. I love it. I am printing it to carry with me where ever I go, so that I can share it with others. I meet a lot of people in the Dr.s waiting room, the lab. I always share with folks. I love this.

I also love your stamping that you did. It is just beautiful. I will have to look for more detailed stamps like this. So cute sweetie. You truly are a woman of MANY talents.

Country hugs from Country Wings in Phoenix. Love, Sherry

Sew It UP! said...

Simply beautiful....

CC said...

The writing and thought are just wonderful. I've never heard this sweet writing before and I love it and the sweet snowmen you've shown. They are one of my favorites .. they're always so sweet and cheerful.

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Michelle; What a lovely story of the snowman... thank you for sharing it.... I will never look at a snowman with out thinking of this story..... have a great week.

Hugs;
Alaura

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