This special package contains three DVDs
The Hem of His Garment – DVD
In ancient days, Jewish prayer shawls were extremely important; they were unique to each person’s authority and position in society. The shawl was used as a covering to approach a Holy God in prayer. Today, Jesus is our prayer shawl!
Just as the woman who reached to touch the hem of Jesus’ garment (prayer shawl) for the healing of her body, we have the opportunity to believe and have faith in our Redeemer, Christ Jesus.
Through prayer…through Jesus…all of our needs can be met. Ask yourself, have you reached for the Hem of His Garment lately?
God’s Shield Over Israel – DVD
In this prophecy study, these questions and more will be answered. How do prophecies from the Bible apply to current world events? How do slings, arrows, and spears fit into modern weaponry?
Did you know the Israeli tank is called “The Merkava,” which is the Hebrew word for “chariot”? Did you know part of Israel’s “Iron Dome” defense shield is called “David’s Sling”?
FREE BONUS: The Prophecy of Elijah’s Mantle by Dr. J.R. Church
(This DVD will come in a paper sleeve)
Elijah’s mantle was a prayer shawl, called a “tallit” in modern Hebrew. The pattern for the prayer shawl was first given to Moses atop Mount Sinai to represent the individual’s tabernacle. It symbolized the fact that the human body was a temple and that the brain was the site of the Holy of holies. Each morning every man stood in front of his “tent” (i.e., tallit) as the morning sacrifice was made at the brazen altar in the center of the camp. It taught the people the art of worship and prayer. Elijah used his tallit to drape over the shoulders of Elisha when calling him to be his successor. When Elijah was caught up in the heavenly chariot, he gave his tallit to Elisha. The tallit was a holy garment and used in praying for the sick. Both Elijah and Elisha placed the tallit over the bodies of dead boys when praying for the miracle of life.
Jesus also wore a tallit and used it to drape over the body of a dead girl, when he called her back to life. Someday, when Christ returns, He will be wearing a “vesture dipped in blood.” That vesture will be a recognizable Jewish tallit.