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Jewish Prayer Shawl Talit Messianic Prayer Cover
Telit (Medium) The tallit (also pronounced tallis) is a prayer shawl, the most authentic Jewish garment. It is a rectangular-shaped piece of linen or wool (and sometimes, now, polyester or silk) with special fringes called Tzitzit on each of the four corners. The purpose of the garment is to hold the Tzitzit.
Made from Acrylic with white with silver tripes.
The Tallit, or Prayer Shawl, is the most recognizable sign of Jewish worship. It is worn at prayer, or a by a groom at his wedding. The origin of the Tallit lies in Numbers 15 ling for the attachment of fringes to the four-cornered garments, worn at Jesus’ time, as a reminder of all the commandments of the Lord.
This Messianic Prayer Shawl has an ancient Messianic symbol printed on the four corners with 4 different scriptures on each corner. The Atarah (The collar) has the Messianic Symbol in gold mettalic on both sides and has a Messianic prayer in Hebrew which says: “Blessed are you O’ Lord King of the Universe Who has fulfilled all of the law through Yeshua the Messiah and has covered us with His righteousness.”