Mocking our Savior: NY Design Firm ‘MSCHF’ Creates $4000 “Walk on Water” Jesus Shoes

This sounds like fake news but it’s quite real.

A New York Design firm “MSCHF” has brought out Nike sneakers called “Jesus Shoes” blatantly mocking our Lord Jesus and His miracle of walking on the water.

I want the reader to look at the spelling of the firm in NY “MSCHF” – Sounds like the name of a demon, doesn’t it?  Perhaps it is the demon who indwells the owner of the firm, a VERY Lost Jewish man.  We should all pray for this man, that his eyes would be opened to the truth about Yeshua.

From nowtheendbegins.com

By Geoffrey Grider

New York design firm MSCHF releases $4,000 ‘Jesus shoes’ to let wearers walk on water, sell out in minutes

When Jesus was arrested by the Romans at the request of the Jews, He was mocked, spat upon and beaten every step of the way to the cross where He shed God’s blood sufficient to pay for the sins of the very people who were mocking Him. Flash-forward 2,000 years later and Jesus is still being mocked by Jews and Romans, only now it’s for sport and profit.

“But the ship was now in the midst of the sea, tossed with waves: for the wind was contrary. And in the fourth watch of the night Jesus went unto them, walking on the sea. And when the disciples saw him walking on the sea, they were troubled, saying, It is a spirit; and they cried out for fear. But straightway Jesus spake unto them, saying, Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid.” Matthew 14:24-27 (KJV)

In a mildly clever though completely unoriginal attempt at creativity, the MSCHF design team created shoes to let anyone ‘walk on water’, funny stuff. But here’s something a lot more clever than that. The blood that Jesus shed on the cross back then is stillsufficient to pay for the sins of the entire MSCHF design team, all they have to do is receive it and be saved. And it doesn’t cost $4,000, it’s free for the asking. The very product they have created to mock the One who died to save them puts them mere inches away from salvation, they had to open the New Testament and read Matthew 14 to research the shoe, right? Imagine being thatclose to being spared from an eternity in a burning, fiery Hell, and then missing it? These ‘Jesus Shoes’ won’t be nearly so comical in that day, I’m thinking.

“Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. And they parted his raiment, and cast lots.” Luke 23:34 (KJV)

Pray for these people, the Jews at MSCHF that created this product of mockery. Pray that they will have the scales lifted from their eyes to see their Messiah, high and lifted up.

CONTACT MSCHF: This is their email address press@mschf.xyz

There’s the Air Jordan. Now there’s the Air Jordan River.

FROM THE TIMES OF ISRAEL: A line of “Jesus shoes” with Jordan River water in their soles, allowing anyone to walk on the wet stuff, sold out in minutes on Tuesday for up to $4,000 a pair. The modified Air Max 97s are loaded with references to the “good shepherd.” The laces of the right shoe hold a gold-colored crucifix, a spot of red on the shoes’ tongue symbolizes the blood of Christ, and the back of the right shoe bears the letters INRI, representing a Latin inscription which translates to “Jesus of Nazareth, king of the Jews.”

AND OF COURSE, WEARERS CAN LITERALLY WALK ON WATER. THE SIDE OF THE SHOE REFERENCES THE BIBLE VERSE MATTHEW 14:25 — “AND IN THE FOURTH WATCH OF THE NIGHT HE CAME TO THEM, WALKING ON THE SEA.”

The sneakers were created by New York design firm MSCHF and its Jewish head of commerce Daniel Greenberg as a tongue in cheek critique of “collab culture.”

“We thought of that Arizona Iced Tea and Adidas collab, where they were selling shoes that [advertised] a beverage company that sells iced tea at bodegas,” Greenberg told the New York Post. “So we wanted to make a statement about how absurd collab culture has gotten.”

“WE WERE WONDERING, WHAT WOULD A COLLAB WITH JESUS CHRIST LOOK LIKE?” GREENBERG SAYS. “AS A JEW MYSELF, THE ONLY THING I KNEW WAS THAT HE WALKED ON WATER.”

A friend in Israel sent Greenberg the water, which was blessed by a priest and injected it into the Nikes’ air bubbles. Each pair contains 60 cubic centimeters of liquid. “This was one of the holiest of collabs,” Greenberg said.

AND THE MOST LUCRATIVE. ON THE STOCKX SNEAKER TRADING WEBSITE THE SHOES ARE PRICED AT $3,000-$4,300 A PAIR.

Nike was not connected to the project in any way — MSCHF bought the shoes, then made the modifications. The company plans to sell more of the shoes online on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month. READ MORE

Company creates “Jesus Shoes” out of Nikes, now on sale for $4,000

“JESUS SHOES”: A company created this special pair by putting holy water in the soles of Nike Air Max 97 sneakers – and now they’re selling for $4,000.

Brethren, another sign of the end of days. The world mocks Him who created the Universe and everything and everyone in it.

 “Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation” (2 Peter 3: 3-4).

I can’t help but picture in my mind people like this man; mocking the Lord of Lords and King of Kings. And if he does not repent and trust Yeshua for the forgiveness of his sins, he will spend eternity in a fiery hell.

Father, I pray for this man and others in his company. I ask that You might draw him to Yourself, and that his eyes would be open to TRUTH!  I ask this in the name of Jesus. Amen.

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua

MARANATHA!!

 

 

 

13 thoughts on “Mocking our Savior: NY Design Firm ‘MSCHF’ Creates $4000 “Walk on Water” Jesus Shoes

  1. Shannie Alvarez

    I dont take offence and I also dont think Jesus would. He just made shoes that he claims can walk on water like Jesus did. He is making an appropriate claim. Why are you so upset?

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  2. Brian

    Newsflash…18 year old son drowns trying to walk across a river or whatever body of water….

    It wont surprise me when a news story drops about a family’s $100 million lawsuit against MSCHF for a drowning. I bet they have a disclaimer stating (“Do not attempt to walk on water. Serious injury or death may occur”) somewhere on the box.

    That covers those legal issues… BUT! The insult to God on the other-hand…

    At least there is actually water in the shoes. That should be of GREAT comfort to know when you’re tossed into the lake of fire… Of course after a nanosecond or two, the water will evaporate, and the Chinese made faux rubber and leather will melt away as you begin your eternity of torment. Maybe you should have stuck to Air Jordan’s? Hmm?

    Shalom,
    Brian

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