Each corner of the tallit is called "wings". Some English translations of the Bible use the word border. But in Hebrew the word is translated as wings, which is the place where the power of the promises of God is attached. So when Yeshua put on His tallit, He put on the four wings connected to the power and the promises of God.
A woman who had been bleeding for twelve years was healed in Luke 8:4346 when she touched the hem (tzitzit) of Yeshua's tallit. She had come to Yeshua because she believed that He was the Messiah that Malachi 4:2 had prophesied about saying He “shall arise with healing in His wings” NKJV.
She was grabbing hold of all the 613 Laws (promises) of God which includes healing. She was reaching out for the Word of God that would make her totally whole.
The tallit itself is not powerful, it’s power is in what it represents. When we wrap ourselves in the tallit we place upon us the Word of God and all of His promises such as healing, provision, safety, etc.
So why would you not wear a tallit?
The Tallit in the Bible:
Ruth 3:9b “Spread your wings over your servant, for you are a redeemer.”
David cut off the “wing” of King Saul’s tallit in 1 Samuel 24:4, cutting off the power and the promises of God from Saul.
1 Kings 19:19 speaks of the calling of Elisha as the Prophet of God when Elijah gave him his tallit (mantle).
2 Kings 2:14 "he took the mantle of Elijah that had fallen off him, struck the waters and said, “Where is Adonai, the God of Elijah?” As he indeed struck the waters, they parted here then there. Then Elisha crossed over."
Psalm 61:4 "Let me dwell in your tent forever! Let me take refuge under the shelter of your wings!"
Many more Psalms talk about the protection of God’s wings, referring to His tallit (Psalm 17:8; 36:7; 57:1; 63:8).
Zechariah 8:23 "Thus says the Lord of hosts: In those days ten men from the nations of every tongue shall take hold of the robe of a Jew, saying, ‘Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.”
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