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Saint Panteleimon- religious wood epoxy resin handmade icon art - Only 1 off - Original

Saint Panteleimon- religious wood epoxy resin handmade icon art - Only 1 off - Original

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 Gorgeous handmade icon of Saint Panteleikon- wooden 

Icon is made from  print Mountef on wood - ,wood burning, paint , gold flakes epoxy, paint.

Icon size is approximately 23cmhigh x 15cm wide x 1cm thick.

Weight 235g

Icon comes with stand and  comes packaged in a dust bag for its added protection.

PLEASE NOTE: NO 2 ICONS ARE EVER THE SAME- THESE ARE HANDMADE AND ONE OFF A KIND.  YOU CAN ORDER ONE LIKE THIS- SAME PRINT - BUT PLEASE BE AWARE IT WILL DIFFER AS PRODUCT IS HAND MADE AND EVERY Piece WILL DIFFER IN SHAPE and colouring 

 

Life of the Saint- feast day July 27

This Saint, who had Nicomedia as his homeland, was the son of Eustorgius and Eubula. His father was an idolater, but his mother was a Christian from her ancestors. It was through her that he was instructed in piety, and still later, he was catechized in the Faith of Christ by Saint Hermolaus (see July 26) and baptized by him. Being proficient in the physician's vocation, he practiced it in a philanthropic manner, healing every illness more by the grace of Christ than by medicines. Thus, although his parents had named him Pantoleon ("in all things a lion"), because of the compassion he showed for the souls and bodies of all, he was worthily renamed Panteleimon, meaning "all-merciful."

On one occasion, when he restored the sight of a certain blind man by calling on the Divine Name, he enlightened also the eyes of this man's soul to the knowledge of the truth. This also became the cause for the martyrdom of him who had been blind, since when he was asked by whom and in what manner his eyes had been opened, in imitation of that blind man of the Gospel he confessed with boldness both who the physician was and the manner of his healing. For this he was put to death immediately. Panteleimon was arrested also, and having endured many wounds, he was finally beheaded in the year 305, during the reign of Maximian.

Saint Panteleimon is one of the Holy Unmercenaries, and is held in special honor among them, even as Saint George is among the Martyrs.

 

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