Bracelet Akimov 105.359 «Pray «Save and protect» and «Our Father»
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- Silver (925)
- Fine plastic. Sculpture. Niello. Handwork. Limited Edition.
On a silver plate of a security bracelet are written two beloved by the faithful prayers in Church Slavonic. On the front side there is a prayer "Lord save and save." The words of prayer are written in full, without abbreviations and titles. Such spelling of sacred words was allowed if there was no difference in meaning. For example, the word "God" could be written only under the title, because without the title it meant a pagan idol.
On the reverse side is the full text of the prayer “Our Father”, which Jesus Christ Himself gave to people in His Sermon on the Mount: “Our Father, if you are in heaven! Hallowed be Thy name, may Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, as in heaven and on earth. Give us our daily bread today; and leave us our debts, as well as we leave our debtor; and do not lead us into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. "
The security bracelet is held on the hand with an anchor clasp. The Apostle Paul in his Epistle to the Hebrews compares the anchor with hope. He says that hope “for the soul is, as it were, an anchor safe and strong” (Heb. 6: 19). These words made the symbol of the anchor one of the most common in Christianity, the image of the Cross of Christ.
The artist German Pozharsky and the team of Akimov employees worked on creating the image.