A cross or cross shaped pendant for a chain. Not meant to show how much paper you got but to show that even though your not the holiest person ever, your down with God and Jesus.
"I'm far from religious but i got beliefs, so I put cannary yellow diamonds in my Jesus Piece" -The Game
An oversized platinum, gold or silver pendant sometimes encrusted with diamonds and other gems made in the likeness of Jesus. These pendants are worn on a heavy rope style of necklace.
The Jesus piece, and other styles of large pendants worn with rope style jewelry have been a staple of hip hop youth culture for nearly thirty years. Presently, hip hop artists and fans alike use the Jesus piece as a symbol of being "hood" or keepin' it real and being extravagantly wealthy at the same time. The Jesus piece testifies to the fact "you can take the man out of the ghetto, but you can't take the ghetto out of the man."
It's like that, and that's the way it is. HUH!
After the famous hip hop artist assured an entertainment reporter he was "an ordinary erryday
type-a dude from around the way just keepin it gangsta and keepin it street"; he turned to the cameras to pose for a photo opportunity, holding his 150,000 dollar diamond studded platinum Jesus piece in his right hand and making a sideways peace sign with his left.
December 21, 2010 Urban Word of the Day
A term used for a cross or crucifix that is worn as jewelry.
"Cubans with the Jesus piece" -Notorious B.I.G. hypnotize
Diamond jewelry for the penis. Also called dingaling bling.
Penis Jewelry Aficionado: With my new cock rock I'll have the classiest penis at the Christmas Party. Happy Birthday, Jesus!
jewelry that is inexpensive; usually made with rhinestones or crystals instead of real diamonds, but is worn to appear so. An imitation or knockoff of a genuine piece sold at a much cheaper retail price.
She thinks her boyfriend bought her a real diamond for her engagement ring, but that's total bargain bling.
A man or woman who claims to be an apostolic is one who lives for God, whose name is Jesus. Here are a few of many things Apostolics believe in:more...
*Being a good person is part of being a good christian
*Jesus is God and Savior
*Heaven and Hell are real
*To be saved you must be baptized in Jesus name
*The only way you can get into heaven is through Jesus
*Your children will have to bear punishment for your sins
*You will bear punishment for your sin
*You will be accountable for all sins you commit after you know the truth
*Prayer is not optional to get to heaven, it is required
*Baptism is not sprinkling with water, it is full submersion
Some Apostolics can be identified by:
*Read KJV bible only
*Women don't cut their hair
*Women wear dresses that at least cover the knees
*Neither men nor women wear jewelry
*Both men and women Wear sleeves at least covering elbows
*Men have short hair
*Men Wear pants (at least covering knees)
To find out how to be a better person and a better christian, you should read the bible (KJV) and learn as much as possible.
Note: Some Apostolics and Penecostals are very similar, and sometimes the same exact religion, so note sometimes Penecostals call themselves Apostolics and vice versa
Stands for "What Would Jesus Do?", where "Jesus" refers to Jesus of Nazareth (see New Testament). Often printed on cheap bracelets or along the length of lanyards.
Articles with "WWJD?" are worn by Christians to promote and/or reflect the idea that in times of conflict or moral dilemna, one should speculate (based on the teachings and behaviors described in the Gospels) what Jesus would probably have done in the given situation.
"I'm not sure if I should write this webpage script in Perl, Java or PHP. Hmm, What Would Jesus do?"
"WWJD? Well for starters, he probably wouldn't purchase and wear tacky jewelry."
"Why is exclaiming 'Jesus Christ!' considered taking the Lord's name in vain, but wearing tacky 'WWJD?' jewelry isn't?"