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Religious Jewelry

Religious Jewelry
religious jewelry


Everyday jewelry can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. But religious jewelry is much more than an infinity symbol or a name bar necklace. For those whose beliefs are rooted deep in faith, everyday religious jewelry is a no brainier.  For some, just wearing a simple cross around the neck can say to the world that they are believers in the word of God and live their lives by the example of Jesus Christ. For others, sometimes getting more creative and personal with their religious jewelry is their preferred choice. Whether you prefer simple religious jewelry or personalized, the statement you make is all connected to the ideals of the Christian faith, and can sometimes be a reminder not to lose hope and to trust in the Lord. For those of you that know you would like an everyday religious jewelry piece but aren't sure what kind, we've put together a list of the most beautiful and meaningful religious jewelry that you're certain to love! 


Religious Jewelry




Be Still Necklace

The message, "Be still," comes from the bible verse “Be still and know that I am God,” found in Psalm 46:10, or alternatively, “Peace, be still!” from Mark 4:39. This is great everyday religious jewelry because it can be interpreted a few ways and be a great reminder to stay calm and to trust everything will turn out in the end in times of stress or despair. Keeping this message of good faith and trust close to your heart will help to conquer your fears and remain hopeful that God will guide you in the right direction no matter what is going on in your life. 





Faith Cross Necklace

This necklace is a new take on the traditional cross necklace. The word, "faith" is built in to the center of the cross to both send a message literally and symbolically. Your enduring faith is what drives you, and what keeps you strong. Sometimes life can throw us curve-balls and we forget that we can always turn to the Lord for guidance. Wearing a necklace with the statement, "Faith" can be a reminder to never forget that we always have God on our side and that no matter how bad things get, God will show us the way and maybe even teach us something in the process.






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Gold John 3:16 Bracelet

For those that prefer bracelets over necklaces, this John 3:16 bible verse bangle is a great everyday religious jewelry piece. You can simply look down at your wrist and remember the verse, "For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life." For Christians, this bracelet has a lot of meaning. The meaning of John 3:16 is that God sent his Son to die for those who believe to pay the penalty for their sins so that they may be forgiven and have eternal life with Jesus Christ, Lord and Savior.





believe word bracelet

Believe Word Bracelet

Cuff bracelets are simple and sophisticated and can blend well with lots of other accessories. This particular cuff bracelet with the message, "Believe" can be interpreted a lot of ways. It can mean to believe in yourself when you lose your confidence, or it can be a reminder to believe that everything will turn out fine in the end. The word, "Believe," can be a reminder to believe in the protection of the Lord. To remember to continue to live in the light of Christ and that no conflict is too strong for you to tackle with God at your side. 






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 It may seem simple, but this one message can make all the difference in your day. Wearing the message, "Blessed," can remind you off all the blessings in your life. Whether its your dream job, your amazing significant other, your children, your house, your supportive friends, your's all blessings to be grateful for and something you should never forget! This necklace can also remind you of your deep rooted faith and that as a follower of Christ you are naturally blessed!







religious jewelry

What kind of religious jewelry would you like to see added to our list? Let us know in the comments!

  • November 18, 2019
  • Kristen Kish
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