“Baruch atah Adonai Elohaynu, Meleck ha’olam asher kidshanu bemitzvotav vetzivanu l’hitalef ba’tzitzit”
This is the inscription on the center.
“Blessed are Thou, Adonai, Elohim, King of the Universe, who has made us (holy) set apart with Thy commandments and instructed us to wrap ourselves with tzitzit.”
Numbers 15:37-41 Deuteronomy 22:12
Tzitzit is to remember YHWH Echad “the (LORD) Yahuweh is one” The strands with specific knots numerically spell this out. The strands wound 7+8+11+13= 39(the number of stripes Yahushua took for our healing) Is. 53:5
You are to hold the tzitzits in your hand while praying.
The word Tsitsit in Hebrew is equivalent to 600. Add that to the 8 strands and 5 knots and the total is 613, which according to tradition is the number of Torah commandments.
Yahushua (Jesus) passed by those on cots, as many as touched him, “the tzitzit of His talit” where made whole. (Matthew 14:35, 36; Mark 6:56)
Jairus’ daughter was raised from the dead. Yahushua said “Talitha qumi” “Rise to My talit” (Mark 5:41) Acts 9:40 Talitha qumi Peter said to Dorcus who made coats (Heb 3802 Talites) Arise to the covering of the lamb.
Malachi 4:2 “arise with healing in His wings”
Four cornered garment, corner in Hebrew is the word kanfot, which is the same word many times translated into English as wings. It is the same word used for the wings of the Seraphim, which Isaiah saw in his vision. (Isaiah 6)
In Ruth 3:9 “spread the corner of your garment over me for thou art my kinsman redeemer” Acts 10:11 Knit at the fourcorners, A Talite.
Elijah’s mantle is aderet” in Hebrew, and means “Talit of (Glory) Esteem”
1 Kings 19:19 A prayer shawl, 1 Kings 19: 13-15 anointing for service, 2 Kings 2:8 an instrument of power, 2 kings 2:13-14 a transfer of power.
The people spread their talitit on the colt for Yahushua to sit on Mark 11:7.
Isaiah 63:1-4, Rev. 19:11-16 verse 13 describes Yahushua’s Talit,
Rev. 19:16 “And He hath on his vesture and on His thigh a name written,
Wear your Talit with all humility and remembrance of the commandments of Yahuweh our Elohim and the sacrifice of His Son our Kinsman Redeemer.
Halle lu Yah to the Lamb of God