Direct from the Holy Land (made in Jerusalem)
The New Testament is called the B'rit Chadashah in Hebrew, meaning "New Covenant" (the word B'rit means "covenant" and Chadashah means "new").
Add meaning to times of intercessory prayer with this beautiful Hebrew tallit (prayer shawl), in white with striped accents in navy and metallic gold.
The collar (Atara) features the Messianic roots symbol (Grafted In) and Hebrew prayer which reads: Blessed are you O' Lord King of the Universe Who has fulfilled all of the law through Jesus the Messiah and have covered us with his Righteousness. Pronunciation of the above Hebrew prayer in English is: BARUCH ATAH ADONAI ELOHENU MELECH HA' OLAM ASHER MILLA ET KOL HATORAH BIYASHU' HAMASHIAH IKISSA ET KULANU VETSEDKATO.
Each of the four corners has a different Scripture verse in English - taken from Matthew 14:36, Isaiah 53:5, 2 Corinthians 5:21, and Malachi 4:2. This tallit/prayer shawl is exquisite in design and workmanship and has tassel trim and tzitzit, which includes a matching zippered bag.
- Colors: (5) Royal Blue, (2) Pink, (6) Purple, (4) Navy (pictured)
- 22 inches wide x 72 inches long
- 65% cotton, 35% polyester
- Matching zippered storage pouch (measures 11" x 10.25") included!
A few years ago a Clay Jar was excavated in Israel which carried the early Christian seal that contained The Menorah, Sheild of David and a Fish which is a sign known as the Early Christian Sign. This Sign is placed on four corners of this shawl. The fish was used by Christians for identification during the Dark Roman Occupation in the Holy Land.