Phil 4:13 I Can Do Basketball Leather Bracelet
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Phil 4:13 I Can Do Basketball Leather Bracelet

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Phil 4:13 I Can Do Basketball Leather Bracelet

Item code EBK - Phil 4:13 I Can Do Basketball Leather Bracelet is an adjustable Leather and Jute Bracelet. It is adorned with a full color smooth finish laminate. It has many elements of "I CAN DO". The scripture reads; I can do all thing through Christ who strengthens me Philippians 4:13. It has multiple Basketball emoji's placed in the design. We designed this leather I can do basketball bracelet to coordinate well with basketball. We created a step and repeat pattern all the way around the wristband. It can be read at almost any angle.

Phil 4:13 I Can Do Basketball Leather Bracelet Details

  • Item code EBK
  • Phil 4:13 "I Can Do" Basketball Leather Bracelet
  • Bracelet measures 7" long
  • Adjustment cord is 4" long
  • Leather measures 1/2" wide
  • Brown cord is 1/16" thickness
  • DO NOT use in water
  • DO NOT use in bathtub/shower
  • DO NOT use while swimming in the pool
  • DO NOT use while swimming in the ocean
  • DO NOT use washing the car or playing in water The honor the game -Play like you been here before Forgiven Jewelry loves all sports, we watch a lot of games. We notice some bad things with the game. We want to set it straight, just in case you do not know. Honor the Game or don't play! We want you to try your hardest to win, not because you hate your competition, but because you want to play your best. I can do all things (Philippians 4:13) Always follow your heart "I will show respect for opposing coaches and teams" The history of basketball in America Back in 1891, the first game of basketball was played at Springfield College. The game was invented by a Canadian, Dr. James Naismith, a versatile athlete, theologian, and physical education instructor, who envisioned "the time when Christian people would recognize the true value of athletics." He designed basketball to occupy a class of disagreeable male students at the Springfield YMCA, who were bored with the calisthenics and children's games in their gym class.  

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