Holy Land Market through years of research have come up with a better quality sandals with the finest leather and sole materials that exist on the market. The result is the new “Holy Land Market Camel Trademark” brand. Our Holy Land Market Camel Trademark sandals are made in Jerusalem from top quality fine leather. The sole is synthetic designed for ultimate foot support. Christian people all over the world wear them as they do find them fitting their concept of modesty. Great Christian gift and statement. The source of Biblical sandals is ancient. They appear in wall paintings found in archaeological dating the Old Testament in the Levant and were not very different than those used in Rome and Egypt. Reminders of such sandals were found in Masada
A BIT ABOUT US
We understand the importance of faith and family, and that is a core value that we apply to every aspect of our business. We started the Holy Land Market as a family business in 2001, and have grown as a company and family since then. As a family of strong faith, our primary goal when starting out was to support the locals in the Holy Land, and that’s still our main focus today.
We’re proud to offer the largest collection of authentic items from the Holy Land to customers like you. Our items are handmade by only the most experienced artisans in various cities. They understand the importance of crafting every item with care and love.
OVER 50 STYLES AND MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM FOR MEN AND WOMEN ALIKE
At Holy Land Market, we offer a wide array of Jesus sandals that are made of premium quality leather and are designed to last long. Our collection includes sandals, flip flops, suede sandals, and suede flip flops.
Sandals: Our Jesus Biblical Leather sandals are available in a variety of different styles including Yashua style, Samaria style, Jerusalem style, Mary Magdalene style, and Peter the Fisherman style.
Flip Flops: Our Jesus Biblical Leather flip flops also come in different styles including Jerusalem style, Bethlehem style, Shepherd style, Sarah style, Mariam style, Galilee style, and Nazareth style.
Colors: Our Biblical sandals and flip flops are available in several different colors like black, brown, yellow, red, green, and blue. You can pick and choose the color and type of sandal you want to suit your personal style.
Comfort: Our Biblical suede sandals and suede flip flops are available in classic black and classic brown colors. The combination of synthetic sole and suede bottom offers excellent support to your feet and keeps you comfortable all day long.
Craftsmanship: Our Jesus sandals are handmade by some of the finest craftsmen in the Holy Land and are of the highest quality. They can be a great fit for casual wear and enhance your look, while allowing you to retain the modesty and piety of a believer.
Here is just a small fraction of the styles that we carry:
HISTORY OF JESUS BIBLICAL SANDALS FROM JERUSALEM
Jesus sandals are often called the most comfortable and beautiful footwear in existence. They also carry a strong connection to the Christian faith and the Savior they are named after. It’s no wonder many people enjoy wearing them. But have you ever wondered why they’re named for the Biblical hero? What’s the story behind these iconic sandals? Let’s take a look at the history of Jesus sandals and how they’ve become such a popular choice for footwear today.
These popular leather sandals have been around for thousands of years. The footwear is mentioned numerous times in the Bible, although they were just referred to as sandals at the time. It makes sense that people in warmer climates would wear sandals to keep their feet cool and dry.
People from all walks of life and every class from kings to peasants wore sandals in similar styles and continued to do so in the following thousands of years. They were even worn by Jesus himself, which is most likely how they came to be known as Jesus sandals today. Here, John the Baptist refers to Jesus by saying: “It is He who comes after me, the thong of whose sandal I am not worthy to untie” (John 1:27).
From the Jesus sandals first mentioned in medieval Europe to their discovery inside a cave near Jerusalem centuries later – they’re not just some recent accessory!
In fact, ancient Christians regarded Jesus sandals as one of the holiest signs of the Catholic faith, and while their political significance has faded since then, their religious significance has remained constant. The design of these sandals has been updated over time to make them in a more modern style for today’s shoppers – men, women, and children alike!
RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE OF JESUS BIBLICAL SANDALS FROM JERSUSALEM
The true significance of Jesus sandals stems from the fact that Christ Himself wore sandals when he roamed the villages of the Holy Land and blessed everyone with His divine grace. In Scripture, John the Baptist proclaims “Someone is coming soon who is greater than I am – so much greater that I’m not even worthy to stoop down like a slave and untie the straps of His sandals” (Mark 1:7, NLT).
While the Bible does not specify exactly what kind of sandals Christ wore, archeological digs in the Levant and cave paintings from Biblical times show us that it must have been made of leather and dry grass.
Biblical references to sandals also show that sandals were regularly worn by men and women of faith in those days and were considered an important item. The most common examples include “How beautiful are your sandaled feet” (Song of Solomon 7:1) and “I gave you expensive clothing of fine linen and silk, beautifully embroidered, and sandals made of fine goatskin leather” (Ezekiel 16:10).
More importantly, in Deuteronomy 29:5, the Lord Himself proclaimed that He guided His people for 40 years and their garments and sandals did not wear out on them. It goes to show that sandals have always been considered an essential item by men of faith in the Holy Land.
Sandals in Biblical Times
During Biblical times, sandals were mostly made of untreated leather and had cords or laces made of fine leather or dry grass. Scholars say that the Israelites’ knowledge of tanning allowed them to make leather sandals as well as numerous other items including straps and harnesses for horses, water bottles, and writing materials.
The religious significance of sandals can be gauged from the fact that Jesus Christ Himself wore them. In Matthew 3:11, John the Baptist says that he is not worthy of carrying the Lord’s sandals. Similarly, in Mark 1:7, he says that he is not worthy of untying the laces of the Lord’s sandals.
OTHER BIBLICAL REFERENCES TO JESUS BIBLICAL SANDALS FROM JERUSALEM
Some additional references to sandals include:
- “How beautiful your feet are in your sandals” (Song of Solomon 7:1).
- “While I kept guiding you for 40 years in the wilderness, your garments did not wear out on you and your sandals did not wear out on your feet” (Deuteronomy 29:5).
- “Get dressed and put on your sandals” (Acts 12:8).
The Talmud says that one must sell the roof beams of his house to buy shoes for his feet – indicating the importance of wearing footwear during Biblical times.
References to sandals in the Bible and the Tanakh also indicate that it was customary for people to take off their sandals on certain occasions. In Exodus 3:5, Moses is asked to take off his footwear, as he was standing on holy ground. It is also mentioned that when David was in mourning, he was barefooted.
In his commentary on Exodus, St. Augustine says that we must give up “dead works” (a reference to sandals, which are made of dead animals’ skin) when we are on holy ground. Scholars say that the term ‘dead works’ can also be a reference to human nature, behavior, and actions.
Just as we remove our footwear when we are on holy ground, we must also detach ourselves from worldly pleasures and realize that only through His grace can we ever redeem ourselves and our salvation lies in Him alone.