Feeling like Jesus ain't as cheap as it used to be.

A design company called MSCHF in Brooklyn just released a new limited-edition line of Nikes called "Jesus Shoes." And they're filled with holy water.

The shoes are white '97 Air Max Nikes with a crucifix woven into the laces . . . frankincense-scented insoles, and turquoise-tinted holy water from the Jordan River injected into the see-through air bubble above the soles.

The shoes also have "MT 14:25" printed on them. That's a reference to Matthew 14:25, which is the Bible passage about Jesus walking on water.

The people at MSCHF say they wanted to make a statement about how crazy, "collab culture" has gotten. "We were wondering, what would a collab with Jesus Christ look like?" By the way, the shoes aren't endorsed by Nike.

MSCHF put their pairs of "Jesus Shoes" on sale on Tuesday morning at $3,000-a-pair... and they sold out immediately.

Read more at New York Post.