- The Messianic Seal, First symbol used by early Christians in the Holy Land. the Fish, the Star of David and the Menorah symbolizes the foundation of the Christian faith. It is patterned after emblems found on a number of artifacts believed to have been used by first century Jewish followers of Christ. It bridges the continuation of the Old and the New Testimonies.
- The beautiful design and detailed craftsmanship of this Elegant stand is captured in each and every piece we offer. Perfectly sized to display on a desk or table top!
- The Olive Wood of Jerusalem is the symbol of Eternal Life. The Olive Tree grows in the Holy Land and can survive for up to 2000 years. Jesus prayed in Gethsemane (Mat. 26:36) near an olive tree, some says, still exists today. In the Bible, Noah sent out a dove from the ark to find dry land and the dove returned with an Olive branch. (The Dove is the symbol of the Holy Spirit).
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The Messianic Seal of Jerusalem is a symbol for Messianic Judaism and Christians who show an affinity for things Messianic. The symbol is seen as a depiction of the Menorah, an ancient Jewish symbol, together with the fish picture, an ancient depictive representation of Christian faith and the community of Jesus followers, creating a Star of David at the intersection. The Messianic Seal is by no means the only or most popular symbol of Messianic Judaism Others, such as the more ancient Menorah and Star of David, are also displayed by Messianic. The messianic seal is not a new symbol. It has been found since 1st century AD, since the birth of Christianity.
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