Bible Scroll | The Holy Bible on a single page scroll
Cottage Craft Works is pleased to provide a truly unique inspirational and moving look at the Bible, just as it was on ancient scrolls. This Bible-scroll rest on a beautiful, Amish handcrafted slanted table top stand.The detail of the cabinet work is simply beautiful; and the entire cabinet with the scroll creates such a breathtaking statement that people simply have to stop to take a second look, as they would expect to see this only in a museum. The scroll smoothly glides back and forth across the cabinet top as you look for your favorite readings. The entire King James text on 400 feet of tear-proof, parchment paper makes up the scrolls. Imagine all those who would enjoy having such a prized version of the Bible.
The Living Word all on one page as it was in olden days on ancient scrolls. The entire King James text from “In the beginning” to the last “Amen” in Revelation, displayed on a beautiful handcrafted wooden stand measuring 20” wide x 26” long and 13” high weighing 21.5 lbs.
Truly precious beyond words, the Holy Scriptures are the essence of life, God’s very breath. This wonderful and unusual scroll will bring an inspiring experience to your home, office, or make an extraordinary gift that will be appreciated prized for many years.
Purchase the Scripture Scroll Set at www.cottagecraftworks.com Cottage Craft Works is an online back-to-basics General store featuring unique items made in the cottage based small business and industries. Cottage Craft Works carries mainly Amish handcrafted goods but also carries other cottage made products. Under the Home Goods section and the Faith | Hope | Family | tab you will find the Scripture Scroll set and many other books and spiritual items.
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