For God So Loved the World Rustic Wood Plaque

For God So Loved the World Rustic Wood Plaque

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RWP-150
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This item is American-made by hand in our Steubenville workshop, not imported.

This rustic wood plaque featuring For God So Loved the World comes from trees grown and harvested in Ohio and is 100% made in the U.S.A.. Each solid wood plaque is hewn and joined together by the hands of our Steubenville woodworkers then digitally printed with hi-tech inks that slowly stain and permeate the wood with a scratch-free work of art.

Because these rustic plaques are made from real, solid wood, each piece may have minor cracks, knots, and other imperfections that add character and authenticity. As unique as human fingerprints, no two plaques are alike.

Smaller sizes of plaques are cut from single boards, while larger sizes are made up of several boards joined together.

One of our most beloved images, the 18th century original escaped destruction and was rescued by an American priest. Order this image of mercy for yourself or as a gift today!

The original painting was in a centuries-old church slated for demolition. A priest from Michigan saved it from certain ruin and brought it to the United States, where it became a family heirloom for a young Catholic doctor and his family. As far as we can tell, the original was painted in the 1700's by an unknown artist. The Latin inscription at the bottom reads, "Sic Deus Dilexit Mundum," and is translated, "For God So Loved the World" (John 3:16). This beautiful image, which bears a strong resemblance to the Shroud of Turin, has been an inspiration for thousands since we began publishing it in 1997.

Father Benedict Groeschel, CFR, Catholic author and speaker, has used it extensively in his books and meditations. He tells the story of how angry, torn, and sad he was on the afternoon of 9/11, when many of his friends and associates were killed in the World Trade Center attacks. This image of the Sacred Heart, which hung in the monastery chapel, ministered deeply to him a message of forgiveness and mercy. Soon after, he used the image as the basis of a series of meditations in his book The Cross at Ground Zero.

This image is handcrafted in Steubenville, Ohio. This deeply spiritual depiction of Our Savior's love for us is sure to be treasured for generations to come!

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  • 5
    Wood Plaque

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Dec 2018

    Amazing

  • 5
    Sacred Heart of Jesus wood plaque

    Posted by Amanda on 7th Nov 2018

    It is beautiful. We've had many compliments. It's exactly as shown online.