Messianic Seal Jewish SHOFAR Horn Christ In clay &Hebrew Roots Jerusalem Holy Land Messianic Seal Jewish Shofar, Ram's Horn, Blow Horn.
Beautiful Handcrafted Clay Shofar, Made in The Holy Land of Israel
Hebraic roots, Grafted in symbol of the bond between Christianity and Judaism, featuring the Jewish Christian &Temple Menorah, Star of David and Fish (Pisces) and cross
Our clay symbol are made of an old piece of clay pottery, from the soil of different parts of the Holy Land, where Christ made his journeys, helping and healing his followers.
Handcrafted in Israel
But if some of the branches were broken off, and you, although a wild olive shoot, were grafted in among the others and now share in the nourishing root of the olive tree. Do not be arrogant toward the branches. If you are, remember it is not you who support the root, but the root that supports you. (Romans 11:17-18)
This Shofar is finely handcrafted and decorated with four clay
The messianic Seal of Jerusalem, grafted-in Jewish Roots symbol is ,featuring the Jerusalem Holy Temple Menorah, The Star of David, and Fish, Sign of Christian Faith (Sign of the Fish, Jesus Miracles on the Galilee Lake, feeding the multitudes - The multiplication of the bread loaves and fishes) and the cross.
Approximate Size (Length*) : 9 inch / 23 cm (Sizes will slightly vary from Shofar to Shofar)
* Length is measured on the circumference - from tip to tip - from the mouthpiece to the shofar's "trumphet" opening
The Messianic Seal of Jerusalem is a symbol for Messianic Judaism and Christians. The symbol is seen as a depiction of the Menorah, an ancient Jewish symbol, together with the Ichthys, an ancient depictive representation of Christian faith and the community of Jesus followers, creating a Star of David at the intersection. The Messianic Seal is not the only symbol of Messianic Judaism, which has other graphical representations such as the Menorah and Star of David, the cross in the Star of David, among others.
In Romans 11:11–24 Paul compares Israel to the natural branches of a cultivated olive tree and the Gentile believers to the branches of a wild olive tree. The natural branches (Israel) were broken off, and the wild branches (Gentiles) were grafted in (verse 17). The Gentiles, then, have been made partakers of the promises and inherit the blessings of God’s salvation.