Phil 4:13 I Can Do All Things through christ who strenghthens me Necklace
Forgiven Jewelry

I Can Do All Things Phil 413 Necklace

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I Can Do All Things Phil 413 Necklace

Item code AAN4 - I Can Do All Things Phil 413 Necklace is a metal tag pendant. Made from the finest quality hypo allergenic stainless steel. Perfectly shaped pendant on 18" black leather cord with lobster claw closure. The square shaped pendant measured around 1" wide by 1-1/8" tall. Philippians 4:13 scripture is laser etched on the front side of the I Can Do All Things Necklace. This style of pendant we used a bold cursive text that reads "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me". We added a special "swish" motif just below the text. There are no sharp edges. The whole pendant has smooth corners. The Pendant is polished to a highly glossy finish. This unisex necklace can be worn by just about anyone and looks fantastic! Just the sheer beauty of high polished steel is a real eye grabber.

I Can Do All Things Phil 413 Necklace Details:

  • Item AAN4
  • Hypo Allergenic Stainless Steel Pendant
  • 18" black leather cord
  • Lobster Claw Closure
  • 1" wide
  • 1-1/8" tall
  • 1/16" thickness
It is a stylish reminder that "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me" (philippians 4:13) Philippians 4:13 is one of the most popular verses in any of the 66 books of the Christian Bible. This one verse having been printed on millions of different product items in the United States. But it also one of the misunderstood, misused, and misinterpreted. Philippians 4:13 functions as a kind of mystical incantation for many Christians. They recite the passage when they need to draw power from another place to defeat an enemy or conquer a difficult task. For us, the "all things" that Christ empowers us to accomplish includes fulfilling our dreams, climbing to new heights, and embracing our destinies. Paul the author of this scripture was not written to fulfill our wants in needs but to learned in whatever state we are in, to be content: I know how to be abased, and I know how to abound. Everywhere and in all things I have learned both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and to suffer need. Paul isn't telling Christians that they should dream bigger dreams; he is reminding them that they can endure the crushing feeling of defeat if those dreams aren't realized. He's not encouraging Christians to go out and conquer the world; he's reminding them that they can press on when the world conquers them.

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