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Icon Holy High Priest Aaron, brother of Moses

Icon Holy High Priest Aaron, brother of Moses

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Wooden Icon Holy High Priest Aaron, brother of Moses


Aaron (1445 BC) - the first Old Testament high priest. The son of Amram and Jochebed from the tribe of Levi, the elder brother of the prophet Moses, was born in Egypt. He assisted Moses in liberating the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt, appearing before Pharaoh as a representative prophet to speak for him (Ex. 4:14-17). Aaron then participated in the forty-year wandering of the Jews in the desert, where, at the command of God, he was appointed high priest.
Aaron died at the age of 123, in 1445 BC. on Mount Hor in the desert, just like Moses, not reaching the promised land, as punishment for murmuring against God (Num. 20:10).
The entire clan of Aaron was chosen by God for priestly service in the Old Testament Church, and the title of high priest was retained by his descendants until the coming of Christ the Savior to earth, successively passing to the eldest in the clan.
The descendants of Aaron are called "the sons of Aaron" and "the house of Aaron" in the Holy Scriptures. According to the teaching of the Apostle Paul (Heb. 5:4-6), Aaron, as the High Priest of Israel, was a prototype of Jesus Christ, the High Priest of the New Israel, the New Testament Church.

The icon is made by printing on a wooden board. Paints are mineral, do not fade with time. The thickness of the board is 2 cm. The board is covered with soil by hand. The image is covered with wax. Each icon has a metal mount on the back side so that you can hang the icon on the wall.

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