Jesus Fish Guitar Necklace - Forgiven Jewelry
Jesus Fish Guitar Necklace - Forgiven Jewelry
Jesus Fish Guitar Necklace - Forgiven Jewelry
Jesus Fish Guitar Necklace - Forgiven Jewelry
Forgiven Jewelry

Jesus Fish Guitar Necklace

Sale price $6.50 Regular price $12.99

Jesus Fish Guitar Necklace

Item STGi - Jesus Fish Guitar Necklace is a hypo allergenic stainless steel pendant that is awesome. It features a very cool electric flying V style guitar with electric blue anodized finish.  Engraved is a Jesus Fish called an "Ichthus Fish".

Jesus Fish Guitar Necklace Details

  • Item code : STGI
  • American Design
  • Hypo allergenic
  • Stainless Steel Flying V Guitar
  • pendant measures 2"
  • High polish with anodized electric blue finish
  • Cut out design Ichthus Fish (Jesus Fish)
  • 18 inch black leather cord with lobster claw enclosure

We engraved and simplified the guitar to look like a miniature version. On the front side of the guitar is a blue anodized Pick guard where the Ichthus fish is engraved all they way through the stainless steel. This guitar 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."

     This special pendant is designed for music lovers everywhere. You can wear this miniature detailed silver & blue guitar anytime anywhere. Musicians will be sure to love this meticulously sculpted, cleverly designed and painstakingly crafted Flying V Guitar pendant! The exterior of this miniature guitar perfectly captures the beautiful and evocative form of this beloved instrument of praise and worship expression. Inside, every strut, block, and brace of the guitar's construction is cleverly depicted. Truly a credit to the original 1958 Gibson Flying V design! The head, neck, and saddle of our flying V guitar has a polished finish that contrasts beautifully with the engraved details . A beautiful fashion accessory that connects the craftsmanship of the instrument with skill of the player.

    True American Design by Americans who put America first. We put Americans to work and bless 1000’s of American families with unique Christian Jewelry with stunning design, quality, and family values. We are born and raised right here in the USA. We have been serving the American people since 1993
    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)

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