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Torah! Torah! Torah! Quality T-Shirt



 
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This Torah! Torah! Torah! T-Shirt is quality made with digital printing and soft, 100% pre-shrunk cotton.

The Hebrew text on the front is the same as the cover of the book Torah! Torah! Torah! By using the more expensive digital printing process, this Hebrew text is easy to read and beautiful. You will probably get complements when you wear this shirt. Or you may have people stop and try to read your shirt, testing their Hebrew! Either way, this T-Shirt is a great conversation starter.

The Hebrew text is Leviticus 10.13-16. Verse 16 (part of the verse, since the scroll column ended there) contains the two middle words of Torah according to the Masoretic scribes: דרש דרש darosh darash, translated diligently sought. Each דרש falls in different halves of the Torah. This is when Moses diligently sought the goat of the sin offering, but it was gone. The first Tabernacle in the wilderness, the first altar, the first fire from Heaven, the first sacrifice for sin for the congregation of Israel--it was missing!

As a student of Gamaliel, Paul was required to memorize Torah, so he would think of this passage when he wrote 2 Corinthians 5.21, "For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him." Yeshua completed this missing sacrifice for the congregation of Israel. And Hebrews 9.11-12 says that Yeshua carried His own blood into the Tabernacle in Heaven. So when Yeshua said in John 5.46 that Moses wrote of Him, this may be one of the verses He meant!

The back of this T-Shirt quotes Psalm 119.18, "Uncover my eyes, and I will behold wonders from your Torah." This is the promise on which Torah-seekers everywhere depend.

One final note: the book cover, and therefore this T-Shirt, were designed by Jesus Cordero, whose name means Yeshua the Lamb!

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