Orthodox Icon of Jesus Christ "Pantocrator" (10). Icon is a copy of a mosaic icon of Jesus Christ from Saint Sophia's Church (Hagia Sophia), Constantinople 13 century.
This image is in the upper gallery at Saint Sophia. It was commissioned to mark the end of 57 years of Roman Catholic use and the return to the Orthodox faith. It is considered the finest in Hagia Sophia, because of the softness of the features, the humane expressions and the tones of the mosaic. This mosaic is considered as the beginning of the Renaissance in Byzantine pictorial art.
Metal Key chain with the Crucifixion
Metal key chain with heavy duty ring. On the front has the icon of Crucifixion of our Lord and on the back has the Cross that comes out for the Chalice.
Metal Key Chain with Jesus Christ
Metal Key chain with heavy duty ring and colored icon of our Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ "Pantocrator" icon (24)
Orthodox icon of our Savior Jesus Christ "Pantocrator" (24), detail from the icon of "Pantocrator" of St. Catherine's Monastery, Sinai.
Jesus Christ "Pantocrator" icon ( 2 )
Orthodox icon of our Lord Jesus Christ "Pantocrator" (2) or "Blessing". Contemporary icon by the iconographer Dionysios Fentas. (Greece)
The name of the store on the icon is just a watermark. The icon will NOT HAVE it.
Baptism of Christ - Theophany Icon
Orthodox icon of the Baptism of our Lord (Theophany, also Epiphany).
Commemorated January 6th.
This icon is about the Feast that reveals the Holy Trinity to the world through the Baptism of the Lord (Mt.3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21-22). God the Father spoke from Heaven about the Son, the Son was baptized by the St John the Forerunner, and the Holy Spirit descended upon the Son in the form of a dove. From ancient times this Feast was called the Day of Illumination and the Feast of Lights, since God is Light and has appeared to illumine those who sat in darkness, and in the region of the shadow of death (Mt.4:16), and to save the fallen race of mankind by grace. John is on the left baptizing Christ, His face turned toward heaven and beholding the miracle of the Theophany.
On the opposite bank to John the Baptist, angels wait invisibly to receive the newly baptized Christ and clothe Him. Despite being the one submerged in the Jordan, Christ is shown in the center of the icon standing up and staring at us. His body is depicted as strong and beautiful. At the bottom of the Icon, little creatures appear to be fleeing from the feet of Christ. This is a reflection of the words of the Psalmist regarding the Messiah (Christ): the sea saw and fled, the Jordan turned back (Psalm 114:3). At the top we see the representation of the Heavenly realm and the action of the Holy Spirit also symbolized by the dove.
33 knots Wool Prayer Rope Bracelet
The traditional 33 knots wool Prayer rope bracelet. Hand made with the 3-ply Athos wool thread from Greece, by the nuns of the Monastery.
"We make the prayer rope using the Jesus prayer in each knot that we are making and that prayer goes to the person that will wear - use the prayer rope.
In each knot we "cross" ( the treads form the shape of the Cross) the 2 treads that we use 9 times, according to the Angels orders.
Οrthodox people we believe that it is a big blessing to have or wear a prαyer rope"
Normally ships in 2-4 days.
Archangel Michael Icon (2)
Orthodox Icon of Archangel Michael (2).
Commemorated November 8.
In Hebrew, Michael means "who is like God?"Michael leads God's armies against Satan's forces in the Book of Revelation, where during the war in heaven he defeats Satan. Michael first appears in the Old Testament in the book of Joshua's account of the fall of Jericho. In the book of Daniel, Michael appears first to help the Archangel Gabriel defeat the Persians (10:13). In a later vision it is revealed to Daniel that "at that time [the end times] Michael, the great prince who protects your people, will arise. There will be a time of distress such as has not happened from the beginning of nations until then..." (Ch. 12)1.
Church Fathers also ascribe to Michael the following events: During the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt he went before them in the form of a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night; the power of the great Chief Commander of God was manifest in the annihilation of the 185 thousand soldiers of the Assyrian emperor Sennacherib (4/2 Kings 19:35); also in the smiting of the impious leader Heliodorus (2 Macc. 3: 24-26); and in the protection of the Three Holy Youths: Ananias, Azarias and Misail, thrown into the fiery furnace for their refusal to worship an idol (Dan 3:22-25). Through the will of God, the Chief Commander Michael transported the Prophet Habbakuk (December 2) from Judea to Babylon, to give food to Daniel in the lions' den (Dan. 14:33-37).
The Archangel Michael disputed with the devil over the body of the holy Prophet Moses (Jude 1:9). Perhaps his most famous miracle, though, is the salvation of the church at Colossae. Here a number of pagans tried to destroy this church by diverting the flow of two rivers directly into its path. However, the Archangel appeared amongst the waters, and, carrying a cross, channeled the rivers underground so that the ground the church stood on would not be destroyed. The spring which came forth after this event is said to have special healing powers.
Hand made wooden Bread Seal, hand made and carved by the Fathers of Mountain Athos. Real a very good Bread seal, with a deep and clear imprint.
Car Cross with knots (satin cord)
Car Cross with knots, made like with the same way that we make the prayer ropes and with bead.
Council of Archangels icon (3)
Orthodox icon of the Council, Synaxis of the Archangels (3).
Commemorated November 8.
Crucifixion icon (3)
Orthodox icon of the Crucifixion (3) of our Lord Jesus Christ with scenes of His life. Copy of an icon of 12 cent. Mount Athos, Greece.
Pure beeswax wicks for Vigil oil Lamps
50 pieces of pure beeswax and 1 cork float.
Yellow wicks made from pure beeswax for vigil oil lamps (kandili) for your house or Churches. The wicks that are made from pure beeswax, contain and maintain all the freshness and the smell of the beeswax and they do not produce smoke.
Dormition of Theotokos Icon (2)
Orthodox icon of the Dormition of our Theotokos (2). Contemporary icon, Greece.