Jewish Silverplated Antique Style Messianic Roots Mezuzah - Parchment Included


Jewish Silverplated Antique Style Messianic Roots Mezuzah - Parchment Included

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Jewish Silverplated Antique Style Messianic Roots Mezuzah - Parchment Included:
$8



Keakua Store Mezuzah: (Heb.: doorpost), because it is placed upon the doorposts of the house. it is a reminder of God's presence and God's mitzvot (commandment). The Hebrew Shin representing the word Shaddai in Hebrew is on top with a Blue stone imbedded on the bottom. The Parchment scroll is included with each mezuzah we sell. The commandment to place a mezuzah on the doorposts of our houses is derived from Deut. 6:4-9, a passage commonly known as the Shema (Hear, from the first word of the passage). In that passage, God commands us to keep His words constantly in our minds and in our hearts, by (among other things) writing them on the doorposts of our house. The words of the Shema are written on a tiny scroll of parchment, along with the words of a companion passage, Deut. 11:13-21. On the back of the scroll, the name of God is written. The scroll is then rolled up and placed in the case, so that the first letter of the Name (the letter Shin) is visible (or, more commonly, the letter Shin is written on the outside of the case). Specifications:
- Antique look.
- Size approx 4" (10.16 cm)Español
El hebreo Shin representando la plabra Shaddai en hebreo se puede ver en la parte superior con una piedra azul incrustada en la parte inferior. El pergamino viene incluido con cada mezuzah que vendemos ya que éste se coloca en los postes de la casa. Es un recordatorio de la presencia de Dios y de los mandamientos de Dios (mitzvot). Los mandamientos que se deben de poner en el mezuzah y en los postes de las casas se derivan de Deuteronomio 6.4-9, un pasaje comúnmente conocido como Shema (Escucha/Oye, como la primera palabra del pasaje). En este pasaje, Dios nos manda a guardar sus mandamientos constantemente en nuestras mentes y corazones, y a (entre otras cosas) escribirlas en los postes de nuestra casa. Las palabras del Shema se encuentran escritas en un pequeño rollo de pergamino, unidos a las palabras de un pasaje adicional, Deuteronomio 11.13-21. En la parte trasera del pergamino se encuentra escrito el nombre de Dios. El rollo se coloca en el mezuzah enrollado, para que la primera letra del Nombre (la letra Shin) es visible (o, más comúnmente la letra Shin aparece en la parte exterior del estuche de la mezuzah).Especificaciones:
- Terminado de plata antigua.
- Tamaño aproximado es de 4” (10.16 cm). All Prices in US Dollars / Todos los Precios en Dólares

Jewish Silverplated Antique Style Messianic Roots Mezuzah - Parchment Included:
$8

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