The Importance of Bracelet Rosaries in 2020 | Bethlehem Handicrafts
Up until this point, 2020 has not been easy, especially with the recent eruption of the corona-virus. Let's use these bracelet rosaries as a constant reminder to pray for God.
Even though life can get challenging sometimes, as Christians we must remember that Jesus is greater than every hardship; he is victorious over every pain.
Jesus did the same when he was tempted by the devil in the desert. Despite being the Son of God, He used the authority of the Scriptures, and prayed.
We hope these items that will bring a piece of the Holy Land to your homes adding, love, serenity, and peace.
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Reflecting the Holy Land, this olive wood rosary with a touch of turquoise is crafted in Bethlehem with a deep sense of respect and faith. Chronicles 6:21 “Hear the supplications of your servant and of your people Israel when they pray toward this place. Hear from heaven, your dwelling place; and when you hear, forgive.”
Each bead of this Onyx Black Stone bracelet rosary is thoughtfully designed and handcrafted for you to wear, and pray with, every day. This exquisite and unadorned piece has four elegant silver plated pendants attached to it. This bracelet rosary beckons prayer, love, and peace. This Onyx Black Stone bracelet rosary is such an elegant way to give the gift of prayer wrapped in a well-crafted and fashionably functional piece of jewelry on any Christian occasion. What a perfect yet delicate reminder to remember our prayers to Our Lady? Jeremiah 29:12 “Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you”.
A unique piece of art, crafted in Bethlehem, radiates deep faith and devotion. This olive wood bracelet fits perfectly with a Jerusalem cross, which can be seen throughout the Holy Land since the time of the Crusaders. Holding this rosary bracelet during your prayers will make you feel closer to Jesus as you carry a part of His homeland.
Observe how delicate the lines of the bracelet perfectly blend with this unique crucifix to achieve a priceless devotion to God's word. Bethlehem's olive wood was carved to bring you this Holy Land symbol of faith. 1 Chronicles 16:11 “Look to the LORD and his strength; seek his face always.”
In your moment of prayer you are connected to God, and these olive wood beads beautifully crafted in Bethlehem are here to help you achieve that moment of serenity and devotion. Perfect present for anyone whose beliefs are firm and gentle as the teachings of Jesus Christ and to grace a hand that follows His teachings. John 5:14 “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.”
Observe the mysterious lines of the bracelet and how perfectly they blend with the Christ Wearing the Crown of Thorns icon to achieve a priceless devotion to God’s word. This unique olive wood piece of art, crafted in Bethlehem, radiates deep faith and devotion. Holding this rosary bracelet during your prayers will make you feel closer to Jesus as you carry a part of His homeland. (James 5:13): "Is anyone among you in trouble? Let them pray. Is anyone happy? Let them sing songs of praise."
The previous products are part of Bethlehem Handicrafts' new hand-carved olive wood Bracelet Rosaries collection for the year of 2020.
As always at Bethlehem Handicrafts, we are persistent to keep pushing the limits in the olive wood industry with new ideas, designs, and details. After hard and tenacious work, we bring to you our 2020 collection of hand carved olive wood Bracelet Rosaries.
Our prayer and rosary bracelets make great gifts for children and adults alike. These items are not good-luck charms but meant to provide reminders of one’s Christian faith as they move through the day.
Keep them in your car, at work and for devotions to remind you that all of life’s sorrows and challenges should ultimately lift our focus to the day all of our pain will dissolve and we'll live with will finally be satisfied in God himself.