These silver statement earrings carry a deep spiritual significance with them, rooted in the ancient wisdom of the Hebrew Scriptures. 
Engraved with the powerful words of Psalm 23, "The Lord is my Shepherd," they remind us of the comforting presence of a higher power in our lives, even in times of darkness and uncertainty.

The verse in Hebrew reads:
'Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil.'

The Psalm speaks of the journey we all must make through the valley of the shadow of death, a metaphor for our challenges and struggles. 
Yet, it also speaks of the faith and courage that enable us to overcome our fears and doubts and emerge into the light.

Wearing these earrings is not just a way to express your style but also a way to connect with your inner spirituality and draw strength from the divine. 
Whether you wear them on a casual day out or a special occasion, these earrings symbolize faith, hope, and perseverance that will inspire you and those around you.
- Metal Type: 925 Sterling Silver
- Earrings Length- Approx. 1.6" (4 cm)

Each piece arrives packaged in a decorative box and card explaining the origin of the engravement
on your jewelry piece(s).

159 $
* Your Personal engraving - up to 40 characters
* If you want a different engraving to the other one, write it here - up to 40 characters
Shipments from Israel to all over the world
Collections Women's Jewelry, Personalized engraving, Judaica Jewelry, Protection and Success,
Catalog Number SKE004A
Material 925 Sterling ,
Warranty 12 Months
Type of gems
Mizmor Le'David | Psalm 23 | Lord is My Shepherd 

"Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me."

This Psalm is sung on several occasions during Shabat, but it is usually also sung mournfully as the daylight fades at the end of the day of rest.

Psalm 23 describes God as a shepherd who provides for and guides his flock. The Psalm speaks of finding comfort amid difficult times and trusting God's protection. It is often recited during Shabbat and is also sung mournfully as the day of rest comes to an end.