The Five Solas

Framed Wall Art

Dimensions: 20.75″ x 16.75″ (Overall)
Wall Hanging Hardware Included on Back

This custom carved plaque is handmade from solid select Cherry.  All components are milled here in our home-based woodworking shop.  The body surface of this ready-to-hang Wall Art piece is cut and book-matched from one piece of wood to accentuate the beautiful figure of the Cherry’s grain.

The carved lettering is hand-painted and showcased along with our warm signature stain under a clear topcoat.  These features come together in a durable and heirloom quality finish.

The timeless detail of our routed frame showcases the text beautifully and coordinates well with any décor style.  This framed Wall Art comes with hanging hardware installed on the backside.

We try to keep this Wall Art item in stock, and it customarily ships within forty-eight hours of processing your order.

Here are the declarations in Latin which are featured on this elegant Wall Art

(English translation in parentheses):

Sola Gratia
(Saved by Grace Alone)

Sola Fide
(Through Faith Alone)

Solus Christus
(In Christ Alone)

Sola Scriptura
(As Revealed in Scripture Alone)

Soli Deo Gloria
(For the Glory of God Alone)

In the home or workplace, this handcrafted plaque will serve as a thoughtful reminder of the rallying cries of the Protestant Reformation.

Divine Sovereignty

Is it not lawful for me to do what I will with mine own? Matthew 20:15

The householder says, “Is it not lawful for me to do what I will with mine own?” and even so does the God of heaven and earth ask this question of you this morning. “Is it not lawful for me to do what I will with mine own?” There is no attribute of God more comforting to his children than the doctrine of Divine Sovereignty. Under the most adverse circumstances, in the most severe troubles, they believe that Sovereignty hath ordained their afflictions, that Sovereignty overrules them, and that Sovereignty will sanctify them all. There is nothing for which the children of God ought more earnestly to contend than the dominion of their Master over all creation—the kingship of God over all the works of his own hands—the throne of God, and his right to sit upon that throne.  (Excerpted from a sermon by Charles H. Spurgeon – 1856 – New Park Street Pulpit)