The mezuzah has been placed on the doorposts of faithful Jews throughout the ages. Touching the mezuzah upon entering or exiting is a symbol of devotion, with the blessing from Deuteronomy on parchment stored inside.
Please note: if you would like to print out a scroll to insert into your mezuzah, please click on the Additional Resources link above. Once you open that link, then select Print. It will print out in the right size to fit inside most mezuzahs. Depending on your computer, it may at first appear that the page is blank until you scroll down, but it will always print in the correct 3.25" size.
Depending on your computer, it may at first appear that the page is blank until you scroll down, but it will always print in the correct 3.25" size.
Vendor: Holy Land Gifts
Availability: In Stock
Kevin Nickell5 Stars Out Of 5November 8, 2009Kevin NickellI was very pleased at its apperance,but am a little cocerned on how well it will hold up in the weather.
Q: Glass quality? Is this a thin or heavy glass tube for the Mezuzah scroll?
This Mezuzah has heavy glass. It is recommended that you use this in a covered area.