Shalom Christian Hoodie
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Shalom (Hebrew: שָׁלוֹם shalom; also spelled as sholom, sholem, sholoim, shulem) is a Hebrew word meaning peace, harmony, wholeness, completeness, prosperity, welfare and tranquility and can be used idiomatically to mean both hello and goodbye. The Shalom Christian Hoodie features a "SHALOM" graphic across the chest, and "SACRIZE-Kingdom of Heaven" branding on the left sleeve. This hoodie is made of high-quality cozy cotton-blend fabric and framed by rib knit cuffs and waist hem. It is designed with a relaxed fit, raglan long sleeves, hood, center front kangaroo pocket. More color will be available in the future.
DETAIL & CARE
- "SHALOM" HD silicone applique chest graphic
- "SACRIZE" rubber brand label on hood
- "SACRIZE - Kingdom of Heaven" on the left sleeve
- Raglan long sleeves
- Ribbed cuffs and hem
- Matching hood
- Kangaroo pocket
- Relaxed fit
- Soft & cozy sweat quality
- Made of 70% cotton and 30% viscose
- Care: Machine wash inside out
- Care: 30-degree delicate wash
SIZE & FIT
Model's height: 6'0''/183cm and wearing size M
Intended for a relaxed fit, cut to be worn loose. We recommend taking a size smaller than usual if you like a regular fit.
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SHALOM - PEACE
PEACE (שָׁלוֹם, shalom; εἰρήνη, eirēnē). A pervasive concept in the Bible that most commonly relates to a relationship of love and loyalty with God and one another.
In the Old Testament, “peace” carries the fundamental meaning of welfare, prosperity, or wholeness as well as the absence of hostility (compare Westermann, “Peace [Shalom],” 20, 44–53). The term is frequently used as the antithesis of harm (רָעָה, ra'ah; compare 1 Sam 20:7; Jer 29:11; 38:4) and as a synonym for what is good (טוֹב, tov; Deut 23:6; Ezra 9:12; Jer 33:9).
Covenant of Peace
Peace with God and one another is fundamental to the promises of Israel’s restoration and the new creation. Isaiah 32:15–18 promises that when the Spirit, who is the sign of the new age, is poured out, He will create righteousness and peace. God has future plans of peace for His people (Jer 29:11); peace will characterize the new temple (Hag 2:9) and Jerusalem (Jer 33:9), whose inhabitants will “love truth and peace” (Zech 8:19). In the Genesis creation account, the narrative revolves around the notion of peace—the creation and maintenance of order and the reversal of disorder (Ollenburger, “Creation and Peace,” 147–58). In the same way, the prophetic vision of the new creation is a vision of order and peace produced by justice and righteousness (Brueggemann, Peace, 15–18). Although God had promised in the Sinai covenant to give peace to Israel if they obeyed (Lev 26:6), this was not realized due to Israel’s sin (Isa 48:18; Zech 8:10). The prayer of Solomon that Israel’s heart would be at peace with (or devoted to) God (1 Kgs 8:61) did not come to fruition even in Solomon’s own experience as he turned to foreign gods (1 Kgs 11:4). It is only in the inauguration of the new covenant that this lasting peace with God and one another is achieved, and thus this new covenant is called a “covenant of peace,” a covenant that assuages divine wrath (Isa 54:10; Ezek 34:25; 37:26; compare Num 25:12; Mal 2:5; Batto, “Covenant of Peace,” 187–211).
Isaiah places emphasis on future peace with God. “Peace” (שָׁלוֹם, shalom) serves as a significant concept uniting Isa 48–55 (Lessing, Isaiah 40–55, 632). In Isaiah the sins of Israel had separated them from God and hindered the fulfillment of the Abrahamic covenant (Isa 48:18–19). Isaiah stresses that “there is no peace for the wicked” (Isa 48:22; compare Isa 57:21). But God solves Israel’s plight through the work of the Servant, whose death as a guilt offering (Isa 53:10) brings peace with God (Isa 53:5). As a result of His work, the good news of peace is proclaimed to a worldwide audience, who will by union with the Servant experience great peace in the future age (Isa 52:7; 54:1–10, 13; 55:12; 57:19; 60:17; 66:12).
Joshua M. Greever, “Peace,” ed. John D. Barry et al., The Lexham Bible Dictionary (Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2016).
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