Celtic knots are ancient patterns that have no beginning nor end. They were used in decoration, in weaving and even in crosses. Many Celts, like many Jews, Gentiles and other people became Christians over time. Celtic art has very good examples for understanding God and the Trinity. The Triquetra -as a Celtic knot- is a great example for the Trinity. Three shapes are really one continuous shape representing God the father, Son and Spirit.

Follow the pattern with your finger!

Our entwined hearts are similar to Celtic Knots. Though our hearts are not specifically Celtic Knot Hearts, they are not your ordinary heart!

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