Scaevola Mug with German Prayer

(1 customer review)

USD $23.00

A very traditional German table prayer, “Komm, Herr Jesu, sei unser Gast, und segne, was du uns bescheret hast,” graces this floral mug that features blue/violet scaevola flowers from our garden.

Translation: “Come, Lord Jesus, be our guest and bless that which you have granted us.


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SKU: JLO-001 Category: Tag:

Description

  • Ceramic
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Microwave safe
  • 11 oz size
  • White, glossy, with scaevola floral print

The cascading, fan-shaped blue flowers are scaevola, a drought and heat resistant plant from Australia. Here, in our garden in southern Ontario, Canada, it’s perfect for the hanging baskets that border our gazebo.

This table prayer, Komm, Herr Jesus, is the one our Mutti taught us when we were young children and is one that is still commonly used in Germany today.

This ceramic mug shows its true colors with quality assurance to withstand heat in the microwave. Put it through the dishwasher as many times as you like, the quality will not be altered.

Additional information

Weight 13 oz

1 review for Scaevola Mug with German Prayer

  1. karmen (verified owner)

    This is a Beautiful Mug. The colors are so Beautiful & compliment each other. I was so Very, Very excited that I saw this on your website. It flooded my heart with millions of memories of my Mutti. She said this prayer at every meal. I never learned all of the words or the meaning & I didn’t realize how profound those words would be until she passed away 2 yrs ago and didn’t hear them anymore. I gave this mug to my sister & myself on Mother’s Day to remember our Wonderful Mutti. Thank you for all of your recipes/books, newsletters, etc. It is so nice to recall all of the Wonderful & Beautiful places that I remember as a child visiting my Oma.

    • Gerhild Fulson

      Thank you, Karmen, for your kind words. This is the prayer I learned from my Mutti as well. Your gifting of this mug to yourself and your sister are a beautiful tribute to your Mutti.
      Blessings,
      Oma Gerhild

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