New Testament - Aged Wooden Icons

In the New Testament, the word "saint" is used mostly by Paul in his letters. The word itself derives from the Greek word hagiazo, which means to set apart, to sanctify, or to make holy. So, a saint is someone who has been sanctified. According to Paul, this happens when we are justified and stand in the righteousness of Jesus Christ. He has cleansed us of our sins. The predominant use of the word "saint" in the New Testament refers to someone who has saving faith in the Lord Jesus. 

This collection includes a wide range of aged wooden icons inspired by the Saints of the New Testament. The manual aging technique ensures that the wooden surface is preserved and the colors remain bright and vivid. 

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Tracy

"...The 2 Nativity icons arrived yesterday afternoon and are well received. As expected, they are both beautiful - as also exclaimed by our 8 year-old son, Nicholas, who claimed one for his new icon wall and altar in his bedroom. The other has been given to a nearby monastery who expresses gratitude. Thank you so much for your help with our prayers for the new year. ..."

January 21, 2011 Read more...