High Priest Chestpiece Hebrew Traveler Prayer Necklace - Made in Israel

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High Priest Chestpiece Hebrew Traveler Prayer Necklace - Made in Israel

Pendant Size (without the bail): 1.3/4" x 1.1/4" (4.5 x 3cm)  | Stainless Steel Chain 20" 

Made in Israel 

 

A Novelty - Biblical Design

 

An eye-catcher original piece of jewelry!

 

The High Priest ~ Aharon' Chest-Piece  

Ephod (also known as the Stones of the Choshen)

 with the Names of the Stones of the 12 Tribes' of Israel engraved in Hebrew.

 

On the back engraved in Hebrew the "Traveler Prayer".

 

"The Traveler's Prayer"

"May it be Your will, Lord, My God and God of my ancestors, to lead me, 

to direct my steps, and to support me in peace.

 Lead me in life, tranquil and serene, until I arrive at where I am going.

 Deliver me from every enemy, ambush and hurt that I might encounter 

on the way and from all afflictions that visit and trouble the world.

 Bless the work of my hands. Let me receive divine grace 

and those loving acts of kindness and

 mercy in Your eyes and in the eyes of all those I encounter.

 Listen to the voice of my appeal, for you are a God 

who responds to prayerful supplication.

 Praised are you, Lord, who responds to prayer.".

 

(The Traveler's Prayer, is the traditional Jewish prayer for a safe journey and

 should be recited at the beginning of a trip).

 

This artistically designed necklace is made of high grade pewter and 

attractively gift boxed.

Great original gift for any occasion.

Exodus 28;15

"And the LORD spoke unto Moses, saying:

Then, with the most careful workmanship make a chestpiece.

Use the same materials as you did for the Ephod: fine linen cloth embroidered

with gold thread and blue, purple, and scarlet yarn.

You shall set in it settings of stones, four rows of stones: a row of odem, pitdah, 

and bareket shall be the first row; and the second row a nofech, a sappir,

 and an yahalom; and the third row a lehshem, an shebu, and an achlamah; 

and the fourth row a tarshish, an shoham, and a yishpah:

All these stones will be set in gold.

The stones shall be according to the names of the children of Israel twelve.

Each stone will represent one of the tribes of Israel, the name of 

that tribe will be engraved on it as though it were a seal."

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