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Our Father's prayer cross | Olive wood religious wall hanging God's prayer | Our Father's prayer engraved on wooden cross

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The Our Lord's Prayer Cross is a beautiful and meaningful religious item that combines the power of prayer with the natural beauty of olive wood. This handcrafted wall hanging cross features the Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father Prayer, engraved on the front of each wooden block.

Made from high-quality olive wood, sourced from the Holy Land, this cross is a testament to both craftsmanship and spirituality. The unique grain patterns and warm tones of the olive wood add a natural and rustic charm to the cross, making it a stunning addition to any home or prayer space.

The Lord's Prayer is a powerful and sacred prayer that holds deep significance for Christians around the world. By featuring the prayer prominently on the front of each wooden block, this cross serves as a constant reminder of the teachings and guidance of Jesus Christ.

The Our Lord's Prayer Cross is not only a beautiful decoration but also a spiritual tool for prayer and meditation. As you gaze upon the engraved words of the Lord's Prayer, you are invited to connect with its profound meaning, find solace in its words, and deepen your relationship with God.

This cross is a thoughtful gift for religious occasions such as baptisms, confirmations, weddings, or as a special present for loved ones. It carries the timeless message of the Lord's Prayer, offering comfort, inspiration, and a tangible reminder of faith.

Embrace the spiritual significance and visual appeal of the Our Lord's Prayer Cross, crafted from olive wood and engraved with the powerful words of the Lord's Prayer. Let it serve as a daily reminder of God's presence, a source of strength and guidance, and a beautiful expression of your faith.

Product Dimension: 9 x 5.5 inches

“God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them.” – Hebrews 6:10