Our Angel trumpets love and joy during the holiday season. A beautiful and intricate card.
- You’re my Angel.
- Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!
- May the Angels watch over you.
- Merry Christmas, Angel.
- Because of you, I believe in Angels.
- We are all winging it, that’s what Angels do.
- That’s what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown.
To Make Music in the heart:
“When the song of the angel is stilled
When the star in the sky is gone
When the kings and princes are home
When the shepherds are back with their flock
The work of Christmas begins:
To find the lost, To heal the broken, To feed the hungry, To release the prisoner, To rebuild the nations,
To bring peace among brothers and sisters, To make music in the heart.”
~Howard Thurman, mentor to Martin Luther King
What does the Angel with the trumpet mean?
The trumpeter is the herald of the resurrection and entry into Heaven.
Why do Angels use trumpets?
In popular culture, angels are often shown playing trumpets. Ancient people often used trumpets to draw attention to important announcements, and since angels are God’s messengers, trumpets have come to be associated with angels.
Angels are embedded in the Christmas narrative. It teaches that they are still at work today carrying out the will of God on this earth.
See also Away in a Manger nativity pop up card.