Jerusalem, Israel-- A very old cabinet made by Jesus Christ has been discovered in Jerusalem. Jesus made the cabinet when he was working as a young carpenter. Historians know it was made by Jesus, because he carved his initials 'J.C' inside a cabinet door, as well as the date 'March 14, 23 A.D.'
Historians and bible experts have always wanted to find something made by Jesus, before he took up preaching. The cabinet is described as being made from oak wood, with ornate doors made from cedar wood. Someone bought the old cabinet for only $50.00, but it is now considered priceless.
Carpenters who examined the cabinet were impressed with the work Jesus did. The carpenters said Jesus was very talented with a saw and hammer, and was probably considered a master carpenter by his co-workers. Apparently, he always carved his initials and the date into everything he made.
Historians believe Jesus made the cabinet for his mother, the Virgin Mary. She probably kept her magazines inside the cabinet, and had a vase of roses on the top. Historians noted the cabinet was very clean both on the inside and the outside, and theorize the Virgin Mary was a good housekeeper.
Many bible scholars and historians are now in Jerusalem, searching through antique shops and second-hand stores for anything else made by Jesus. They are hoping to find bookcases, tables and chairs, or anything else he would have made.