After God rescued the Israelites from slavery in Egypt, he took them on a journey through the wilderness to Canaan, Promised Land. However, before they entered Canaan, God established a Covenant with them, and the Ten Commandments are the terms of this Covenant.
Biblical Feasts were given to the Israelites as a series of reminders of their redemption from Egypt but also as a foreshadowing of the plan of redemption and Jesus’ significant role in our salvation. As outlined in Leviticus, these are the seven Biblical Feasts:
A pastor can certainly appreciate the regular gifts of ties, and socks, cufflinks and tie pins, especially since they are often required to wear a suit and tie more often than not. Outside of these regular gifts though, your pastor would really love scripture focused gifts...
Sunday School teachers are normally special role models especially in the life of children. Each Sunday they try to find creative ways of making the Word of God simple but fun, for eager listeners. Without a doubt, there are several materials out there that can serve as illustrative prompts for lessons or décor for the Sunday school classroom.
Many people collect ancient coins as a hobby and other will invest a lot in ancient coin jewelry for themselves or for a loved one. Ancient coins make beautiful jewelry because of their historical significance and value.
Jesus told a very powerful story in Luke 21, about the widow’s offering. This story featured the mite, which is a small bronze Jewish prutah of Alexander Jannaeus (103-76 BC) which was used as small change during Jesus’ time.
Ancient coins can be some of the oldest and most beautiful souvenirs, featuring some of the most stunning and intricate designs seen on coinage. Ancient coins are really miniature works of art and depict true antiquity.