Sterling Silver Christian Jewelry Comes In Many Forms

When you are thinking about giving a present to a good friend then you should consider one of the forms of sterling silver Christian jewelry. You can find many different forms of this type of faith based jewelry like sterling silver Christian jewelry.

One of the early forms of Christian jewelry is the fish or the letters IXOYE. This form of Christian design goes back to the 1st or 2nd century when Christians were being persecuted for their faith. So they took to wearing the form of the fish or with the letters IXOYE which is a Greek acronym for Jesus Christ, Son of God Savior as a non-verbal method of letting other Christians recognize each other. 

Other Forms Of Christian Jewelry

There are many different types of sterling silver Christian jewelry such as a descending dove which can be on a pendent or a ring or even earrings. You can choose a more modern depiction like an art deco cross shape. Or you can go for the traditional forms of sterling silver Christian jewelry such as a stepped cross which is a cross on a base of three steps which each of the three steps representing the mound of Calvary for faith, hope and love. Of course you can choose various forms with bible quotes written on them too.

Wearing Christian Jewelry

When you are wearing sterling silver Christian jewelry you are joining many others who choose to pronounce their belief and faith in God and the Church in a visible way. This is one what to let others know you have faith and believe without words just as the early Christians had to do. It shows a profound faith along with hope and love. No matter what form of sterling silver Christian jewelry you wear, let others know your strength of belief.

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