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Teen Boysd Mark The Mark of Love Wristband

Unique bracelet design The Mark of Love was created as a visual reminder of the cost of our redemption by Christ's death on the cross. It was created by a caring Christian who has intentionally provided a way to remember Christ's love in everyday life. "If we stop remembering, then we forget".

Brown rubber quality wristband includes two rubber disks, each debossed: on one disk Love, and on the otherRemember. When on the wrist, the disks are at the point where the nails were used at the crucifixion.

Professionally packaged for giving, with explanatory foldout included. "Wear it with conviction, wear it with honor, wear it with faith, wear it with love"

A part of the purchase price of the Mark of Love bracelet goes directly to Living Water, an organization that continuously provides fresh water to third world countries.

Gift pack size is 4" x 4.5"; disk size: .75".

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Customer Reviews for The Mark of Love Wristband
Review 1 for The Mark of Love Wristband
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Awesome Gift

Date:November 16, 2012
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Casey
Location:Giddings, TX
Age:35-44
Gender:female
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My husband and I purchased the Mark of Love Wristband (Mend Bracelet) for his students and fellow faculty members at Immanuel Lutheran School!
What a great remembrance of Christ's Love and Sacrifice for us!
It comes in an awesome box (which was unexpected:)) and exceeded our expectations for a gift!
Reasonably priced and a great conversation starter for our love of Christ Jesus!
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Review 2 for The Mark of Love Wristband
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Nice!

Date:February 5, 2011
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Jessica
Age:18-24
Gender:male
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Very Beautiful and unique packaging! Durable. Also love the meaning behind it.
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Review 3 for The Mark of Love Wristband
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Smooth Reminder

Date:November 27, 2010
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Jen Quiverfullfamilycom
Location:Alberta, Canada
Age:25-34
Gender:female
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I really like conversation starters that naturally lead to sharing my faith with those around me. The Mend Mark bracelet is a great way to share your faith in Christ as a natural out-flowing of casual conversation.
Designed to represent the scars Jesus incurred on His wrists during the crucifixion, this one-size-fits-all stretchy type bracelet deposits a round mark on each side of the wrist. With the word “REMEMBER” on one circular disc and “LOVE” on the other, this bracelet can serve not only to help believers share their faith, but also to remind the wearer of Christ’s sacrificial love – His blood shed on our behalf when we were still sinners.
Unfortunately, I’ve been wearing a double set of wrist braces full time for the past few weeks, so I haven’t been able to give the bracelet a thorough test run yet. What I do like is that the jewelry is smooth – very important to me as a mom of little ones. I can’t wear much jewelry when I’m breastfeeding a new baby because it snags and scratches, but this won’t!
However, wearers are warned not to stretch the band too much, because it is made out of a stretchy type of rubber I’m not too sure how well it is going to hold up for in the long run, it does seem a bit delicate.
The bracelet is very beautifully packaged in a gift box along with a brochure explaining the purpose of the bracelet, and that a portion of the sales are going towards the Living Water International project.
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