Clear acrylic frame with inset mirror.
Size: 6"x8" frame (3.5"x5.5" picture)
God instructed Moses to build a tabernacle surrounded by heavy curtains (Ex 25-27). Within the tabernacle he was to place an ark made of acacia wood covered with gold inside and out. Within the Ark of the Covenant was placed a golden jar holding the manna, Aaron’s rod that budded, and the stone tablets of the covenant (Heb 9:4).
The early Church Fathers reflected on the title Mary, Ark of the Covenant and on the fact that Mary, "overshadowed" by the Most High, became the repository not simply of the tablets of the Law, but of the Law-giver Himself; not simply of the desert manna, but of the Living Bread from heaven. Hence they called her by such titles as Abode of the King, Tabernacle of the Lord, Ark of Holiness, and Ark of the Covenant.
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