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Blessed Is The Man Timber Spice Brown Genuine Leather Wallet - Jeremiah 17:7

Blessed Is The Man Timber Spice Brown Genuine Leather Wallet - Jeremiah 17:7

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Bless the man in your life with the Blessed Is The Man Timber Spice Brown Genuine Leather Wallet— an attractive and practical way to support and encourage him to grow in his faith.

The rich timber spice brown leather wallet has a matte, textured look to it. A rugged silver metal plaque is securely attached to the wallet's front with four studs and laser engraved with the sentiment.

Blessed is the man who trusts in the LORD.  Jeremiah 17:7


Inside, you will find a total of 8 pockets: 2 multi-purpose slots, a 2-section bill-fold, an ID window, and 3 credit card slots. The interior of the wallet is constructed from the same high-quality leather as the cover. An added luxury feature—RFID-blocking technology—is included to protect bank numbers and credit card details.
The leather of the Blessed Is The Man Timber Spice Brown Genuine Leather Wallet will develop its own endearing patina over time, but you can easily restore it to look like new. Please take a look at our leather care guide to find out how.

A durable wallet makes a thoughtful gift for any man on any occasion! Consider blessing your father with a new wallet on Father's day or surprise your husband with an inspirational wallet on your anniversary. The Blessed Is The Man Timber Spice Brown Genuine Leather Wallet will be cherished and for a long time.

  • Timber spice brown genuine grain leather wallet with brushed silver plaque
  • Blessed is the man who trusts in the LORD.
  • Jeremiah 17:7
  • Genuine leather 
  • Timber spice brown leather 
  • Engraved brushed silver metal plaque
  • 2-section billfold 
  • ID window 
  • 2 interior multi-purpose slip pockets 
  • 3 credit card slots
  • RFID-blocking technology 
  • See Leather Care Guide for maintenance 
  • Wipe with damp cloth to clean 
  • Packaged in gift box 
  • Wallet dimensions: 3.6" x 4.5" x .9" (91 x 109 x 23mm) 
  • Gift Box Dimensions: 4.3” x 5.2” x 1.1” (109 x 132 x 28mm)

How To Clean & Condition Full Grain Leather Product

Our full grain, naturally tanned leather products require relatively little care. Any imperfections or unique natural markings are characteristics of full grain leather. With use, the leather gradually burnishes, allowing more grain to emerge and a desirable patina to develop on the surface of the leather. Any significant scratches or marks can often be rubbed out with a dry cloth.
In some cases, exposure to the elements or extreme use will damage the surface of the leather. When this happens, cleaning or conditioning may be required.


Thorough cleaning of leather products should be done infrequently. In most cases, wiping the leather with a damp cloth or a horsehair brush is all that’s required to return the natural luster of the leather.
When more is needed, a leather cleaner may be used to remove grease, excess polish, or the occasional ground-in dirt. It’s a common misconception that frequent applications of shoe polish will keep the leather looking new. Unfortunately, layers of polish will build-up over time and prevent the leather from breathing. Eventually, the leather will dry-out and crack.
The most effective consumer leather cleaners contain surfactants that extract dust and grime from the surface of the leather. Alternatively, leather cleaners that are rated pH-neutral are often quite effective. Ordinary hand soaps or saddle soaps often do more harm than good.


  • Start by wiping the leather with a clean damp soft cloth.
  • Once the leather is dry, apply a dime-sized portion of leather cleaner to a clean dry cloth.
  • Wipe the surface in a gentle circular motion, allowing the leather to absorb the cleaner.


On the rare occasion that cleaning the leather isn’t enough, applying a leather conditioner is often a good next step. Leather, especially older leather, has a tendency to dry-out and crack over time. A conditioner keeps the surface soft and supple by reintroducing natural moisturizers into the leather.
Mink oil, leather honey, and neatsfoot oil stimulate the natural oils of the leather. These are common conditioners used to add moisture, color, and a layer of protection to the leather.


  • Add a quarter-sized portion of conditioner to a soft cloth.
  • Gently rub the conditioner all over the leather.
  • Let the conditioner rest on the leather until it begins to congeal.
  • Once tacky, remove the excess conditioner with a dry cloth.
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