Job’s tears rosary beads

Job’s tears rosary beads

Job tears is plant that is mostly common for south-east Asia, areas of India and China with latin name Coix lacryma-jobi. This plant in past was used as medicin as well as food for domestic animals . Jobes tears is also interesting for its beads that can have wery authentic colour that goes from wery light gray colour up to dark close to black colour.
Because it is natural resurce which beads are empty inside people have used it through history to make neklaces and also as rosary beads for prayer.

Job tears rosary beads is wery simbolic because it reminds us of “ Book of Job “ from Bible that is telling us obout patient Job that have lost everything in short time but he never thurn back from his God by saying: “God have gave me and God have took everything “

It was graded loss that he have, at beginning he lost his fortune and than his sons, God have puted plague on him and his friends have left him and at the end even his wife has turned back on him. It was huge temptation for him but he didn’t lose his feith.
There is legend obout Job that he suffered wery much so he cried and from his tears that have touched ground have grown plants . Those plants we know as Job’s tears from Bible.
Wery important to mention is that each patience at end results with positive ending, so as well when God have saw that Job is left only with his poor life without losing his faith He gave him twice as much what ever he have.
This plant when growing needs to bee feed by water every day and in specific moment during period of cultivation beads become silver gray colour. This moment is idel to pick up beads and make Job’s tears rosary. There was also confermed many times that each plant gives us exactly 59 beads which is number of rosary beads.
From our experience people like this Job’s tears rossary because of its natural beads and its simplicity but above all there is special meaning of silver- gray colour that is colour of Virgin Mary – Queen of Peace when first time appeared in Medjugorje.

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