Easter in the Holy Land

April 11, 2017

Jesus Christ is nailed to the Cross

“I have come so that they may have life” John 10:10. Celebrating Easter in the Holy Land is an outstanding time of the year especially in the great city: Jerusalem.

Our uniquely hand carved olive wood collection of carvings for Easter is especially made for you by Christian hands to revive this special time of the year.

The world’s attention turns to the city of Christ’s passion where it marks the path that Jesus walked towards his own death. Pilgrims from across the world joined local Christians in the Holy Land on Palm Sunday and walked the path of Christ through passing through all the stations Where Jesus was nailed to the cross and crucified then taken down to his tomb. Then, Christians celebrate his resurrection on the third day.

Our Holy Land olive wood carvings for Easter vary from olive wood Palm Sunday’s carving, hand carved Jesus Statuses to hand carved crucifixes, hand carved wood crosses and hand carved Jesus Christ. Easter in the Holy land starts with fasting as our savior did for forty days. The fasting symbolizes the compassion and sympathy of the sacrifice Jesus had so people are forgiven for their sins.

Easter is our time to remember that Jesus bore the stripes of pain and suffering, he bowed under the weight of the cross, he shed his blood, and he entered the tomb. In addition, it is our time to celebrate that he broke the bonds of death and rose to live forever. Let’s remember his sacrifice for by the power given to him by our heavenly father to overcome death, he has proven that when we trust in the Lord, there can’t be any death.

Prepare for Easter and celebrate the resurrection of our savior Jesus Christ by decorating your house and hearts with our hand-made Bethlehem’s hand carved fourteen Stations of the Cross. We ‘ Bethlehem Handicrafts’ are so proud to put the Holy Land in your hand by giving you a variety of the best and the most remarkable original Bethlehem’s olive wood carvings with the best quality made in the Holy Land. Made by Christian hands and Loved by Christian Hearts.





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