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Resurrection  Ornament Set for Easter – Hand-Painted on Real Eggshells – Signed & Dated

This uniquely crafted Resurrection Ornament set for Easter is painted in the pastel colors of Easter. Each design depicts an event leading to the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  The book chapter and verse are written on the back of the egg.  Example: The bread and wine ornament has “Matthew 26:26” written on the back. (The whole verse is not written. Bread and wine are not written). Please scroll down to read the meanings of the individual ornaments.

Sold by the set only for $250. Order soon as I painted only 3 sets for Easter 2018.

Resurrection Set - Bread and Wine

 BREAD

“Take and eat it. This is My body.”

Silver Coins

 30 PIECES OF SILVER

“They counted out 30 silver coins and gave them to him [Judas].”

Robe

 ROBE

“They put a robe on Jesus…”

Crown of Thorns

 CROWN OF THORNS

“They made a crown out of thorny branches and placed it on His head.”

Scourge

 SCOURGE

“Pilate had Jesus whipped and handed Him over to be crucified.”

Jesus Carrying Cross

 JESUS/CROSS

“He went out, carrying His cross, and came to The Place of the Skull,” as it is called. There they crucified Him.”

Nails

 NAILS

Thomas said to them, “Unless I see the scars of the nails in His hands and put my finger on those scars and my hand in His side, I will not believe.”

Sign- King of the Jews

 KING OF THE JEWS

Above Him were written these words: “THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS.”

Sponge

 SPONGE

“One of them took a sponge, soaked it in cheap wine, put it on the end of a stick, and tried to make Him drink it.”

Spear

 SPEAR

“One of the soldiers plunged his spear into Jesus’ side and at once blood and water poured out.”

Tomb

 TOMB

“Joseph took the body, wrapped it in a new linen sheet, and placed it in his own new tomb. Then they rolled a large stone across the entrance to the tomb.”

Risen!

RISEN!

“He is not her. He has risen just as He said.”

1. (Bread) Matthew 26:26.  While they were eating Jesus took a piece of bread, gave a prayer of thanks, broke it, and gave it to His disciples. “Take and eat it,” He said, “This is My body.”

2. (Coins) Matthew 26: 14-15.  Then one of the twelve disciples, named Judas Iscariot, went to the chief priests and asked, “What will you give me if I betray Jesus to you?” They counted out thirty silver coins and gave them to him.

3. (Robe) Mark 15:17.  They put a purple robe on Jesus. . .

4. (Thorns) Matthew 27:29.  Then they made a crown out of thorny branches and placed it on His head, and put a stick on His right hand; then they knelt before Him and made fun of Him. “Long live the King, of the Jews!” they said.

5. (Scourge) Mark 15:15.  Pilate wanted to please the crowd, so he set Barabbas free for them. Then he had Jesus whipped and handed Him over to be crucified.

6. (Cross) John 19: 17-18a.  He went out, carrying His cross, and came to “The Place of the Skull,” as it is called. (In Hebrew it is called “Galgotha.”) There they crucified Him.

7. (Nails) John 20:25b.  Thomas said to them, “Unless I see the scars of the nails in His hands and put my finger on those scars and my hand in His side, I will not believe.”

8. (Sign) Luke 23:38.  Above Him were written these words: THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS.

9. (Sponge) Matthew 27:48.  One of them ran up at once, took a sponge, soaked it in cheap wine, put it on the end of a stick, and tried to make Him drink it.

10. (Spear) John 19:34.  One of the soldiers plunged his spear into Jesus’ side, and at once blood and water poured out.

11. (Tomb) Matthew 27:59-60.  Joseph took the body, wrapped it in a new linen sheet, and placed it in his own new tomb, which he had just recently dug out of solid rock. Then he rolled a large stone across the entrance to the tomb and went away.

12. (Risen) Matthew 28:6.  He is not here He has risen just as He said.

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