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Tattoos of faith

Tattoos of faith

Tasteful tattoos, large and small, in conspicuous and in inconspicuous places have become some folks ways of reminding themselves and others of the faith they hold.

Tattoos are often used as a form of self-expression. For people of faith, tattoos can serve as an outward sign of their inner spirituality, a constant reminder of their belief in something greater than themselves.

Carol Kuruvilla
HuffPost Associate Religion Editor

A showcase of the variety of tattoos of faith;

The main photo above – God is greater than the ups & downs

faith-1
a cross with letters

 

faith-2
faith

 

tiny-cross
tiny cross

 

it-is-well
Inspired by the hymn It Is Well With My Soul

 

infinity-cross
infinity cross

 

saved-by-grace
saved by grace

 

tiny-rosary
tiny rosary

 

haith-hope-love
faith – hope – love

The idea for this came from HuffPost. All of the photos are shared on Pinterest.

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