Welcome to Devotions Delivered, where Christian prints & postcards from around the world travel to your mailbox.
Devotions Delivered brings you 4 exclusive photography postcard prints each month with matching bible verses. The postcards are 5 x 7 inches, and you have the option to order them pre-stamped for mailing, or unstamped. You can also choose between the Love collection or the Faith collection. Based on your choice, you will receive different bible verses on your postcards.
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The photographers at Devotions Delivered are faith photographers, and their goal is to share their experiences with you through their photographs!
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I subscribed to the Love collection, so all of my postcards are based on love! This month’s collection is set in Austria.
Devotions Delivered comes in a thick, cardboard envelope to protect the photos inside. I love how compact this packaging is because it fits right into my mailbox!
Inside of the envelope, the photos are wrapped in paper with a gorgeous fake plant tied to them. I love how caring the packaging is!
On the opposite side of the photos is an attached note.
The note is a thank you note for subscribing to the box!
This is a personalized note from the owner of the box, Nissa, and I love how she wrote a note specifically to me. It makes me feel good to know how personalized this box is.
Once I took the paper off of the photos, I was happy to see that they were protected further! Nissa puts so much care into the packaging of the photos, and I love how much love she sends to the subscriber through her box.
The inside letter introduces this month’s guest photographer, Alibrandi Dawn! Devotions Delivered features guest photographers to give the subscriber a wide variety of photography collections.
The letter also comes with in-depth descriptions of each of the photos included. There is also a biography listed for Alibrandi Dawn.
The first photo included is a postcard called “Focus Flower”. The description for the photo discusses how in some cities it is hard to find greenery, but how greenery is everywhere in Austria. It also says that this photo represents a man-made building, as well as the God-made flower. It is supposed to remind the viewer to always be grateful for whatever God brings them because man-made things do not last. I love this! It helps to keep our purpose in check.
“May the Lord Direct your hearts to the Love of God and the steadfastness of Christ.” – 2 Thessalonians 3:5 ESV
The second photo is called “Salzach River”. The description that goes with this photo reflects how the photographer looks at these homes along the river and becomes joyful at the colorful sight. The photo is supposed to remind the viewer about how God looks down on us and loves us more than we could ever love each other. This photograph is full of love, and it radiates right off of the postcard!
“And I will be to her a wall of fire all around, declared the lord, and I will be the glory in her midst.” – Zechariah 2:5
The third photo is called “Famous Fountain”. This fountain was used in The Sound of Music when Maria is singing “I Have Confidence in Me”. The photographer says that the photo reminds her of Christ’s everlasting love since the fountain never stops running. She also talks about how she has confidence in Christ to provide for her since His love is everlasting. This is a great reminder of the love that Christ has for us!
“Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice, O righteous, and shout for joy, all you upright in heart!” – Psalm 32:11 ESV
The last photo is called “Unconditional Love”. This photo features Palace Leopold, which was used in The Sound of Music for the exterior of the Von Trapp mansion. I am a huge fan of The Sound of Music, so I love this photo! The photographer talks about how hard it must have been for Maria in the movie to love seven children that weren’t her own in the beginning of her working at the mansion. This represents how God loves all of us with unconditional love. This teaches us to love others as much as God loves us.
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.”
Final Thought: I love how Devotions Delivered brings the subscriber a taste of the world, while also connecting back to God. This brings faith and travel together, and I always feel comforted when I receive this package! I also love how this box supports photographers and the art that is photography. If you are in need of a positive boost as well as an escape from your everyday life, then Devotions Delivered is the way to go!