Bracelet Akimov 105.233 «Chrism. Prayer «Let God Arise»
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- Silver (925)
- Gilding (999)
- Miniature relief
"In the center of the braceletobverse there isChrist monogram, named Chrism.Sinceancienttimes lettering ofChristnamehashada specific meaning: Chrism has always been perceived as invocating of God. PutintothecenterofatraditionalOld Russian motif Chrism is a sign of its special, guarding function of the bracelet.
Inancientculturesclosedshapeofcirclehas always been associated with protection, guarding. Therefore, suchthingsasrings, bracelets, waistbands, belts have been often considered to have protective properties. InChristianitybeliefina periapt anda thing beingsacral changed into belief inthe power of prayer written thereon. On theguarding belts, bracelets and rings either Psalm 91 beginning with the words “WHOSO dwelleth under the defence of the Most High,” or Psalm 68 “Let God arise” that is Church-advised to read in the hour of danger or at the evil one attack were mostoften placed. ThePsalm 68 firstverseis ontheinnersideofthebracelet: “Let God arise, let His enemies be scattered: let them also that hate Him flee before Him.”
Onemoreprayerfrom Psalm 33 goesaround, containingahopethattheLordhearsoursupplications: “Let Thy mercy, O LORD, be upon us, according as we have waited for Thee.”"
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