Pomegranate — was first cultivated by the ancient Phoenicians, who used the jewel-like fruit as both food and medicine. The many seeds made the fruit an obvious emblem of fertility, and by association, love and marriage. The pomegranate is associated with a number of goddesses, including Astarte, Cybele, Hera, and especially Persephone, whose ingestion of just one of the fruit’s seeds (a probable allusion to pregnancy) made her an eternal prisoner of Hades.
Symbols of the Holy Trinity - I wanted to pin this on Trinity Sunday, but couldn't find it (I don't know what to say about that). None of them are perfect, but the ones in the second row made everything click when I was in elementary school (reading it in Luther's Small Catechism - in English) - the inside bars are "is" with "God" in the center. The outside bars are "is not" with "Father," "Son," and "Holy Spirit" on the joints
Symbols of the holy trinity
Two Triangles and a Circle
List of Christmas Ornaments representing Christ - Perler Bead Ornaments
On a Chrismon tree, "The scroll of Old Testament prophecies, foretelling the first coming of our Savior - Advent." from Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Rose Window Depicting Chrismons - View the "Chrismons Basic Series"
chrismon-keys-large.png (800×783) The Keys are a symbol for the Church in all the world. Jesus told his friend Peter that "I will give you keys to heaven", so this means that Christians have to tell other people about Jesus