Hallelujah Mockneck Half Zip Sweatshirt

$65
Color: Black
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DESCRIPTION

The Hallelujah Mockneck Half Zip Sweatshirt features a rubberized "HALLELUJAH" on the chest, "SACRIZE" branding on the left sleeve, and a half zip opening pull. The piece is framed by rib knit cuffs and waist hem and is designed with a relaxed fit, raglan long sleeves, and back. More color will be available in the future.

DETAIL & CARE

- "HALLELUJAH" HD silicone applique chest graphic

- "SACRIZE" rubber label on the back

- "SACRIZE" branding on the left sleeve

- Stand-up collar

- Half-zipper neck

- Raglan long sleeves

- Ribbed cuffs and hem

- 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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HALLELUJAH

Hallelujah. Important Christian term figuring extensively in the church’s worship and liturgy from early times. Hallelujah is a transliteration into Greek, and thence into English, of two Hebrew words which mean “Praise ye the Lord.” This combination of the two Hebrew words forms the characteristic call to praise. Jews living in the dispersion in pre-Christian times were already using the transliteration in their synagogue worship. “Hallelujah,” according to ancient Hebrew tradition, is to be written as one word, except in Psalm 135:3. It occurs nowhere in the OT but in the Psalter, where it occurs 23 times, and for the first time in Psalm 104:35. In Psalms 111–113 each one begins with “Hallelujah”; in 115–117 each ends with the word; and 146–150 each begins and ends with it.

In the Septuagint version of Psalms 113–118 all the individual psalms are headed “Allelujah.” Through the Vulgate, this form of the word “Hallelujah” has come into use in the church. Like another famous Hebrew liturgical term “Amen,” “Hallelujah” has passed V 1, p 919 p 919 from the OT to the NT, and thence to the Christian church. But in the AV and RV the phrase is rendered, “Praise ye the Lord.”

In Hebrew liturgical usage the Hallel, or Hymn of Praise, Psalms 113–118, is sung at the three great religious festivals of Passover, Pentecost, and tabernacles. At the domestic celebration of Passover, Psalms 113 and 114 are sung before the meal, and Psalms 115–118 are sung after it. Matthew 26:30 and Mark 14:26 refer to the singing of 115–118 as the “hymn” sung by the Lord and his disciples after their celebration of the Passover and before they left the upper room.

“Hallelujah” does not appear anywhere in the NT except in Revelation 19:1, 3, 4, 6. There it is a chant of the saints in heaven, and was taken over into the liturgy and hymnody of the church at an early date. It became the characteristic expression of joy, and was, therefore, sung especially at Eastertide, as is witnessed by Augustine. The choice by the Christian church of Psalms 113; 114, and 118 from the Hebrew Hallel as the psalms to be sung on Easter Day marks the liturgical connection of Easter with Passover, which it succeeded.

J. G. S. S. Thomson, “Hallelujah,” Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1988), 918–919.

RETURNS

We want you to be happy at Sacrize, even if the product doesn't work for you. Everyone has different preferences. While we'd love to say our Christian clothing will fit for 100% of the people that buy them, we know that's simply not the case.

Don't worry; if you aren't completely satisfied with our clothing, we’ll take care of you. If something doesn’t work, we’ll find you a product that does, and if we can’t, we’ll make you whole.

  • We offer full refunds up to 30 days from the date of purchase.

USA SHIPPING

Our goal is to ship any order out by 3:00 PM PST the same day. The average shipping time is 2 business days (but varies based on your location (we ship from Los Angeles, CA). Shipping timeframes are not guaranteed and provide a rough estimate for when you will receive your products. We use UPS ground as our standard shipping option, but we also offer express shipping: UPS 2nd Day Air & UPS 3 Day Select.

  • Free Shipping for USA orders over $49

  • Shipping prices are at market rates and calculated at checkout.

CANADA SHIPPING

The average shipping time is 3-10 business days (but varies based on your location (we ship from Los Angeles, CA). Shipping timeframes are not guaranteed and provide a rough estimate for when you will receive your products. We use UPS® Standard as our standard shipping option, but we also offer express shipping: UPS Worldwide Expedited® & UPS Worldwide Saver®

  • Free Shipping for Canada orders over $69

  • Shipping prices are at market rates and calculated at checkout.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING

Customers in other countries can place orders from our store. All customs and taxes are the responsibility of the buyer. Shipping prices are at market rates and calculated at checkout.

  • Free shipping for Int'l orders over $150

For international shipping, we offer three shipping options:

  • USPS (First Class Package International)

  • UPS  (UPS Worldwide Expedited®)

  • DHL Express (Worldwide)

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