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Shields of Strength Men's Stainless Steel Fishers of Men Bracelet Inscribed with Matthew 4:19 Bible Verse - Christian Jewelry Gift

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DESIGN - Keep God's love and strength close at hand with jewelry from Shields of Strength. Unlike bangle bracelets, the sleek, Fisher’s of Men bracelet has a low profile and distinctly authentic look and feel, making it an ideal piece of men's jewelry. The stainless steel tab on the bracelet features an engraving from Matthew 4:19 that reads, "I will make you fishers of men." Allow that Scripture to take root in your heart as you venture into the world to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Shields of Strength is a Texas based Company.  We stand behind our designs.

SCRIPTURE - The stainless steel tab on the bracelet features the inscription of Matthew 4:19, "I will make you fishers of men."   Learn More, Read The Apostle Paul Blog

DIMENSIONS - The bracelet measures 8.75 inches long, 0.07 inch tall, and 0.06 inch thick.

MATERIAL - Shields of Strength uses the highest grade stainless steel containing zero nickel, commonly referred to as “Surgical Grade” which does not irritate skin and never tarnishes. 

Our prayer is that Shields of Strength will serve as a reminder of God's Word.  We 100% guarantee all stainless steel jewelry for a lifetime.  Gold plated jewelry is plated heavily with real gold and is warrantied for 1 year from the date of purchase.  Shields of Strength 14K gold is genuine metal stamped authentic.  If you ever have a problem, contact our customer support team, they will take care of you.  If an item does not meet your expectations, please call us at 1-800-326-7882.



What is the meaning of the Fishers of Men bracelet?

Shields of Strength stainless steel Fishers of Men bracelet is a premium-quality customer favorite. This fisher of men bracelet has a long history of appeal and is linked to many mariner and fishermen stories. It is to the followers of Jesus Christ a symbol which reminds them of Jesus calling to a few fishermen going about their daily careers, not knowing that they were predestined to become Christ’s disciples. Bible history notes in Genesis 38:18,25 and Song of Solomon 5:14 that both men and women wore bracelets [armlet] of fine twisted Venetian gold; still common in Egypt. Bras’-let ( translates to a number of Hebrew words, i.e. bands for the arm, ankles and even a shepherd’s headdress. Today, most who purchase this meaningful Fishers of men bracelets do so to remind themselves of the special covenant between Christ’s own and His call to evangelize. Why not start a rewarding conversation with all you meet and wear this timeless treasure of faith and service.

What is the meaning of Matthew 4:19

I will make you fishers of men.

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Jesus Christ lowered Himself from Heaven out of His love for His Father. He touched the lives of everyone He met like no other before Him or since. In the Book of Matthew, the redeemed soul will find five major messages that Christ gave to His disciples and followers. All His messages are still applicable today. His messages are meant to impact the world and the people in it. Matthew was a tax collector detested by most people of his day. Yet, Jesus chose Matthew to follow Him, making him a disciple (Matt. 9:9). Matthew became an eyewitness of Christ’s ministry on earth and was divinely inspired by the Holy Spirit to write (Matt 4:12-25). He wrote about Jesus being tempted and not sinning. He wrote about what it means to be like Jesus, His power, love, grace, and mercy (Matt. 10:25). Matthew was witness to Jesus by the Sea of Galilee when they came upon two brothers, Simon called Peter, and Andrew who were fishermen. Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men (Matt. 4:19). These fishermen called by Jesus, immediately left their careers, and eventually became members of the disciples of Jesus, the twelve (Matt. 4:18-22). He taught them to be like Him. What does it mean to be like Jesus? In this complex world, how is that possible? To proclaim the message of Christ one must be born again (John 3:57). Not perfect but saved. Declare your faith in Jesus, be fishermen of people. Live a faith-fueled life. And tell others the Good News.

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