This beautiful Floor Model--Adjustable Ring Advent Wreath is versatile and instantly adds a contemporary flair. Ring adjust sfrom level position to a 45º angle. Height will vary from 48” level to 55” in tilted position. Candles will always stay upright. Furnished with 1 1/2" sockets that accommodate regular candles. Ring is 21”, two-tone, satin, and bright finish. 12” weighted base. Polished to a high luster and protected by an exclusive urethane finish for years worry-free use. Uses 1 1/2" Advent candles. 8” x 23”, 12lbs. (Greenery and Advent candles not included.)
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Well designed and beautiful Advent Bulletins2007 Advent Calendar of Devotions, Regular2007 Advent Calendar of Devotions, LargeA Christmas JourneyJust in Time Series--Advent ServicesElectronic media:
Igniting Worship Service --Advent and ChristmasFresh Out of the Box--Advent and Christmas
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Did you know. . .
Christians use Advent wreaths as part of their spiritual preparation for Christmas. After all, Christ is “the Light that came into the world” to dispel the darkness of sin and to radiate the truth and love of God (cf. John 3:19-21).
The symbolism of the Advent wreath is beautiful. The wreath is made of various evergreens, signifying continuous life. The circle of the wreath, which has no beginning or end, symbolizes the eternity of God, the immortality of the soul, and the everlasting life found in Christ. The four candles represent the four weeks of Advent. The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of His second coming to judge the living and the dead.
The light again signifies Christ, the Light of the world. Some modern day adaptations include a white candle or Christ Candle placed in the middle of the wreath, which represents Christ and is lit on Christmas Eve.