The Tallit is used to create a connection – a physical place
for Heaven to meet earth.
Psalm 61:4 “I will live in your tent forever and find refuge in the shelter of your wings.” (CJB)
Learn the ancient roots and significance of the Tallit. Learn how, when and why you should use it.
The word tallit comes from the Hebrew words…
Tal, which means “tent”, Ith, which means “little”
Therefore, wearing a tallit during your prayer time is symbolic of creating a “little tent” for which you and the Lord meet.
The colors are important. The colors for the tallit and fringes were white and blue.
The color combination, as well as purple, points to noble royalty as well.
The tzitzit or fringe was part of the hem of garments.
The hem was associated with the wearer’s authority. A fringe-hemmed garment was worn by royalty.
Did you know that the Tallit can be used my men and women of all faiths?
Wearing a tallit during your prayer time is symbolic of creating a “little tent” for which you and the Lord meet.
The breakthroughs are not because the tallit itself holds a supernatural power; rather, it creates a point of contact for a Believer to seek God intentionally.
Any Believer can use the Tallit to create this connection!
It is not the tallit that holds the power, but the One who meets with you under it.
Create a sacred space to meet with the Lord!
“He shall cover you with His feathers, and under His wings you shall take refuge;
His truth shall be your shield and buckler.”—Psalm 91:4
“How lovely are your tents, O Jacob! Your dwellings, O Israel!”—Numbers 24:5
“How lovely is Your tabernacle, O Lord of hosts!”—Psalm 84:1
“I will greatly rejoice in the Lord, my soul shall be joyful in my God; for He has clothed me with the garments of salvation, He has covered me with the robe of righteousness, as a bridegroom decks himself with ornaments, and as a bride adorns herself with her jewels.”—Isaiah 61:10