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 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 predominate use of the word saint in the New Testament is someone who has saving faith in the Lord Jesus.
This collection includes a wide range of aged wooden icons inspired by Saints of New Testament. The manual aging technique ensures that the wooden surface is preserved and the colors remain bright and vivid.
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