'Grafted In shofar' Messianic Ram's Horn from Jerusalem

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Ram's Horn shofar featuring a colorful 'Grafted In' Messianic symbol design.

● Size: 15" - 17" inch / 38-44 cm long.
● Made in Israel.
● Easy blow horn.

Painted Ram's Horn featuring a colorful 'Grafted In' Messianic symbol design.

A wild olive tree did not produce usable fruit. However, if a branch from that tree were taken and grafted into a domestic tree, the resulting fruit would be pleasing. This is the imagery that the Apostle Paul used to describe the Gentile believers in Jesus. We have been grafted into the promises that God gave to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. We are partakers of the same promises as God’s people.  

These shofars present a graphic picture of Apostle Paul's words in Romans 11. Here he explains to the Gentiles that when they personally give their lives to Jesus, they are 'grafted in' to the natural olive tree of Israel and become partakers of all the promises of God.

In Romans 11, God likens Gentile believers to branches from a wild olive tree which have been grafted onto a domestic olive tree. We have been made partakers of the blessings and promises which God gave to Israel. 

Creation of renowned Israeli artist Sarit Romano - This is a unique shofar with a serial number and a part of limited edition.

Each shofar is hand-painted in Israel and tested for sound quality.

● Size: 15" - 17" inch / 38-44 cm.
● Made in Israel.
● Easy blow horn.

Note: Shofar length is measured around the edge of the shofar.

Also comes with an optional olive wood shofar stand from Bethlehem.

The Shofar is hand painted by Sarit with deep enamel colors, then finished with a lacquer to preserve its beauty. 

And if some of the branches were broken off, and you, being a wild olive tree were grafted in among them, and with them became a partaker of the root and fatness of the olive tree, do not boast against the branches. But if you boast, remember that you do not support the root, but the root supports you. (Romans 11:17-18)

Please note that each shofar is unique due to the nature of the product, and that your shofar may vary slightly in color and shape from what you see in the image.

The shofar is spoken of frequestly in scripture beginning at Exodus 19. where the blast of a shofar emanating from the thick cloud on Mount Sinai makes the Israelites tremble in awe.

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