15 Encouraging Verses With Which To End Emails, Letters, and Cards (+ FREE Printable)

I am forever stuck when I reach the end of a letter, card, or even an email. It is such a beautiful sentiment to close with a precious verse from Scripture; a word that would linger in the reader’s mind and that she can hold on to as a personal reminder of God’s truth in her life.

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Unfortunately letters and card writing are a dying art. It somehow seems so much more convenient to flick off an e-card or an email to drop a birthday, anniversary, or ‘I’m thinking of you’ message. Often these are written in haste, and I for one rarely take the time to find an appropriate Scripture with which to close.

The Word of God is a living and active gem that the Lord has graciously given to us. In it, our King speaks to each and every need, fear, hardship, and trial known to man. Tweet.

Following are 15 encouraging verses with which to end emails, letters, and cards that I have found helpful to have on hand, and that you may like to use. Perhaps these will prompt you, as did the apostles of old, to pen a note ‘in your own hand’ and by doing so be a blessing to those in your life, as well as those in need around you.

Simply hover over each Scripture reference and the verse will come up :-).

2 Thessalonians 3:16

2 Thessalonians 3:5

1 Thessalonians 3:11-12

2 Timothy 4:22

Psalm 20: 4-5

Deuteronomy 31:6

Philippians 4:19

Psalm 145:18-19

Psalm 147:11

Psalm 90:16-17

2 John 1:12

3 John 1:2

1 Peter 5:10

Hebrews 13:20-21

Philippians 1:9-10

 

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Tehila is an Israeli, God-loving, husband-serving, child-nurturing mom of five sweet little ones whom she homeschools. She resides in beautiful New Zealand from where she blogs at Women Abiding – Encouraging women to abide in God and His Word.
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Tehila is an Israeli, God-loving, husband-serving, child-nurturing mom of five sweet little ones whom she homeschools. She resides in beautiful New Zealand from where she blogs at Women Abiding – Encouraging women to abide in God and His Word.
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15 Responses to 15 Encouraging Verses With Which To End Emails, Letters, and Cards (+ FREE Printable)

  1. Betty says:

    This is great. I like this.

  2. Jess says:

    This is such a great post. 🙂

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

  3. Helene says:

    I love this! I am about to start diligently sending cards and having some scriptures on hand to encourage with sounds perfect!

  4. These are awesome verses to share with my Compassion child. Thanks! 🙂

  5. I love these verses! Thank you for the free printable! You’re so sweet. I like to encourage people with emails, notes, and cards. I need to do more often :).

  6. These verses make me happy. What a treasure we have in God’s word! This is a great resource. Thank you.

  7. April says:

    Love these! I appreciate having those at my hand. I often want something to close out letters or cards. Thank you for sharing with Countdown in Style.

  8. Brittnei says:

    How amazing is this! There is nothing more soothing to the soul or more encouraging than reading or hearing scripture! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Countdown in Style!

  9. This is cool. I have several children who are great letter writers. This list will be fun for all of us. Thanks for sharing and linking up.

  10. Starla J says:

    I love these! Thank you for sharing.

  11. Mary Geisen says:

    I love your choices of verses. I am trying to keep snail mail alive because I know how much I love receiving mail. Anytime we can encourage others we are honoring God. Blessed you linked up at The Weekend Brew.

    • womenabiding says:

      Yes, yes, yes! Thank you, Mary for your reminder to use snail mail. Who doesn’t love receiving a letter in the mailbox. So exciting, even in this day and age of so many other means of communication. Amen to your comment. You’re a blessing! 🙂

  12. WOW! I love this post and the treasure trove of beautiful scriptures you have provided ❤️

    • womenabiding says:

      Thank you, Beth! There are sooooo many beautiful Scriptures in God’s Word to encourage others. You can’t really go wrong quoting any of them 🙂 God bless you today and always…

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