30 ÷ 5 = Grace Wall Cross

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The horizontal cross bar  has 15 pieces of steel on each side, symbolizing the 30 pieces of silver that Judas was paid to betray Jesus. The vertical bar has five pieces of steel.

The number five represents Grace. God turns what is meant for evil into good for those who love Him. It is horrible that Jesus was betrayed and crucified, but that was the purpose of His coming to earth. Without His death and resurrection, we could never be brought back into relationship with the Father. So you see, what was meant for evil actually turned out for the good of mankind. ©

David Broussard

Please allow 3 – 5 days from the order date for David to make the cross.  Thank you.

Measurements:  Approx. 16″ x 9″

Weight:  Approx 2 lbs

 

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The Grace cross is made of 35 pieces of steel. The 30 pieces comprising the cross beam represent the 30 pieces of silver paid to Judas for betraying Jesus. The 5 pieces comprising the vertical beam represents Grace. When God enters the equation, no matter how dire the situation, there is always GRACE in the final outcome.

Measurements:  Approx. 16″ x 9″

Weight:  Approx 2 lbs

 

The Meaning of Numbers: The Number 30

Read More:  https://www.biblestudy.org/bibleref/meaning-of-numbers-in-bible/30.html

The number 30 can symbolize dedication to a particular task or calling. Aaronic priests were dedicated to serve at 30, in part because it was the age when a person reached both physical and mental maturity and could therefore handle major responsibilities. John the Baptist, who was of priestly descent (his mother was a descendant of the daughters of Aaron and his father was a priest), began his ministry at age thirty. In the Fall of 26 A.D., at the age of thirty, Christ began to publicly preach the gospel (Luke 3:23). His ministry lasted for three and one-half years.

The number thirty can also represent the sacrificial blood of Jesus. He was betrayed by Judas for 30 silver coins, which was a fulfillment of prophecy (Zechariah 11:12). When Judas flung the ‘blood money’ he was paid back into the temple, the priests did not accept it as an offering but rather decided to buy a potter’s field with it. Though they were not aware of it, what they did was also fulfilling prophecy (verse 13). In 30 A.D. Jesus suffered and shed His precious blood as God’s sacrificial Lamb for the world’s sins.

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 16 × 9 × .25 in

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