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Elisha size 24 Tallit and Bag

Prayer Shawl (tallit)


#2512 Elisha the Prophet Tallit and Bag Bundle, a Holy Land Gifts Original Offering! 

-#2234 Tallit designed by Keren Teyler, Made in Israel by Talitania 

-Size 24, 100% Wool  24" long and 72" around shoulders.

-This chocolate brown striped prayer shawl has the double flames. 

-The Hebrew Words on Crown say "Elijah went over to Elisha and threw his mantle on him."  I Kings 19:19  The flames on the four corners are made from the Hebrew words "Shema Israel" (Hear Oh Israel). 

-The Hebrew letters on the corner say "Let a double portion of your spirit be on me." II Kings 2:9  (English Hebrew translation card included)

-#2825 Matching Elisha Tallit Bag


The tallit is the Jewish prayer shawl, a fulfillment of God’s ancient instruction that Israelites attach fringes (called tzitziyot) to the four corners of their outer garment (mantle) as a reminder that they were to keep all God’s commandments (Numbers 15:38-40).  In Bible days, the tallit was worn all the time; however, for centuries it has been worn by the Jews during times of prayer.

Many Christians have found the that the prayer shawl has significance to them as well as to the Jewish people.  Some churches use the tallit as a parament to drape either pulpit or altar.  Many Christian women also use a prayer shawl in worship exercises, including liturgical dance.

     You can purchase from Holy Land Gifts the finest tallits made in Israel by Israeli craftsmen.  We have only the best in a variety of colors and designs, including tallits created especially for Christian men and women.  We can also supply you with tallit bags used for storing your prayer shawl.

     For detailed information about the tallit and its uses, read Dr. John D. Garr’s books, The Hem of His Garment: Touching the Power in God’s Word and Living Emblems: Ancient Symbols of Faith.