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Very slowly, countries will open again, Morocco will open, and we expect a 40 foot container with Selenite, minerals and fossils next week. We also expect the USA to open again, and there is a whole shipment with Sage ready, and from Indonesia we expect tomorrow a container with outdoor statues and dream catchers! Furthermore, we will receive a container of salt lamps from Pakistan this week. What is also striking is that sea freight has increased by at least 40%!

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Painting with Jesus Christ in silverwork

Painting with Jesus Christ in silverwork


Painting with Jesus Christ in silverwork


Beautifully silver work from Mexico, in nice list. At attractive price. "craftwork pur sang"


250 x 210mm


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According to Christian doctrine, Jesus is the only begotten Son of God and the God of the Old Testament (Tanach), through the prophets promised Messiah (eg Isaiah 53: 3 and below), the "anointed" by God, which man freed from their sins and the harmony between God and man, which was broken due to the fall of the first people in paradise recovers. According to the Bible, Jesus was born to save the people from their sins. As explained in the Gospels made his death reconciliation with God the Father possible, because he is the penalty for the sins of mankind upon himself: Jesus is "the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world." The idea that Jesus and his crucifixion reconciles man with God is described as atonement. The Abrahamic principle of "justification by faith" thus acquired a new meaning: everyone who follows Jesus will be justified before God (rehabilitated). Central to the theology of Christianity: the birth of in the New Testament Jesus (Christmas), his death on the cross (Good Friday), the raising of the dead (Easter), the Ascension (Ascension), the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples (Pentecost) and the return (the Second Coming). In the Christian tradition has always been little focus on the actions of Jesus during his life and teachings that Jesus proclaimed, despite that a significant proportion of the relevant Bible books here will override. The resurrection from the dead is taken literally by most Christians. This event in Christianity occupies a crucial place, because for them the final victory of the dead, and with an open future, expresses. Even Paul in his first letter to the Corinthians the resurrection of Jesus literally the focal point in the gospel.

Jesus Christ