Ichthus Fish Brass Necklace
Item B6B - Ichthus Fish Brass Necklace is proudly made in the USA. Activate your faith with this lead free pewter pendant that has a special antique BRASS finish that is awesome. It features a very cool fish pendant that comes on a soft black rubber cord that measures 22 inches that can be extended to about 24 inches because it has a two inch extender chain with lobster claw closure. The pendant is the Ichthus fish that was the symbol used for Jesus. This fish pendant will serve as a reminder from Matthew 4:19 "Come, follow me," Jesus said, "and I will send you out to fish for people."
Ichthus Fish Brass Necklace Details
- Item code : B6B
- Made in the USA
- Lead free pewter alloy
- Special Antique BRASS finish
- Pendant measures 1 inch long
- Pendant measures 1/2 inch wide
- Antique silver pewter finish
- Cut out design Ichthus Fish
- 22 inch soft black rubber cord
- Necklace has a lobster claw enclosure
- This necklace features a two inch extender chain
- Necklace can adjust from 22 - 24 inches
What is a Brass Color metal finish?
Not only is it Color, but it is a special finish that is a soft brassy burnt golden like finish. It is a smooth mellow finish that is very close to dark dull gold finish.
Care and Cleaning
While Forgiven Jewelry products are designed to last for many years, proper care is an important part of keeping your jewelry looking its best. This pendant is made from lead free pewter with a SPECIAL finish. Avoid letting the pendant come into contact with abrasive materials and/or chemicals such as chlorine, saltwater, etc. With some individuals, perspiration and continual skin contact may cause a chemical reaction and for the finish will fade quickly. We do not recommend wearing while swimming or in the shower while bathing. To clean your jewelry, use a warm, soapy water soak and a ultra soft brush.
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What is a ICHTHUS?
True believers in Christ often display a fish symbol (Ichthus fish symbol) on their cars. Today it is used to let others know they believe in Jesus. What is amazing is that very few know how it begun to represent faith in our Lord and Savior. Really there is more to the story behind its use in biblical times. According to several Bible commentaries, some in the early New Testament church used the Ichthus Symbol. It was used as a secret reference code or cipher for Jesus Freaks. This correlation apparently led to the creation of an easy-to-draw shape as a profession of faith. In order to prevent unnecessary capture & persecution, Christians would often draw an ichthus in the dirt or on the walls of caves to let another Christian know that he too was a fellow believer. This symbol would let you know that it was safe to talk about their faith without the fear of being arrested. The story goes for example one complete stranger at the well would take a stick and draw half the fish. If the person next to him would draw the other half to complete the fish design then is would be okay to talk about Jesus.
Fish we cool back then
In Biblical times the association of fish and Christianity began with the Greek word ichthus (or ichthys, Strong's Concordance). Translated twenty times in the New Testament as "fish". This association is not surprising because at least half of the twelve disciples of Jesus were fishermen. This way of life included James and John (who were brothers). Peter and Andrew (also brothers). Thomas and Nathanael (see Matthew 4:21 - 22, John 21:1 - 3, etc.). In fact, five out of the first six disciples called to be a special witness of our Savior's ministry were fishermen. Additionally, it was Christ Himself who told Peter and Andrew that instead of catching fish (ichthus) He would train them to "catch" men. (an allusion to the preaching of the gospel and the conversions it would bring, see Matthew 4:19, 13:47 - 48, Mark 1:17)