Extensive Review Num. 15:37-41 Part 1 of 4 :What is the Tzitzit written in Numbers 15:38? Honest Truth Fringes!
Please read the next 3 parts of this review. Amazing revelation that will change your whole prospective concerning wearing Fringes or Tzitzits
KING JAMES VERSION
(translated from the Hebrew Text)
37 And YHWH spake unto Moses, saying,
38 Speak unto the children of Israel, and bid them that they make them fringes in the borders of their garments throughout their generations, and that they put upon the fringe of the borders a ribband of blue:
39 And it shall be unto you for a fringe, that ye may look upon it, and remember all the commandments of YHWH, and do them; and that ye seek not after your own heart and your own eyes, after which ye use to go a whoring:
Moses receives this Law from Yahweh and he is told to command the children of Israel, this includes women & children, to “make them fringes in the borders of their garments” throughout their generations.
PICTURES ON THE RIGHT DEPICT ANCIENT ISRAELITES WEARING FRINGES & BORDERS ON THE HEM OF THEIR CLOTHES. COULD THIS BE THE FRINGES WRITTEN IN NUMBERS 15:38?
Actual Hebrew Text Literal English Translation
The Literal English Translations in Bold will be explained below. or
Many Different Translations Use Different Words for Hebrew Words…
Tzitzit: Many Translations say Fringes or Tassel
#6734 צִיצִת = Tassel, Lock
Tzitzit Means…. Tassel (is a Knotted Fringe), or Lock
Let’s look into more scriptures to get a better understanding of the word Tzitzit…
And he put forth the form of an hand, and took me by a lock (Tzitzit) of mine head;
What Does a (Locked) Tzitzit Hair Look like?
Using the Tzitzit Hair as a Reference, a Tzitzit needs to be Twisted or Locked or Knotted. The Scripture doesn’t specify how it is to be locked or how to make the Tzitzit.
\Examples of Tassels or Fringes That Are Twisted, Knotted or Locked….
According to Numbers 15:38, Tzitzits are just locks of Fabric, as your hair can be locked. It doesn’t specify a style or number of twists nor number of knots on the Tzitzit. The more twists and knots you add, the fancy it is of course.
I am going to show you how to make your own Tzitzits and how you can change the style and look of them. Keep a look out in the next post.
JEW-WISH STYLE TZITZIT
Tzitzits worn this way is correct according to the fact that they are twisted, knotted and definitely locked. However, it does not need to be in this fashion. Anyone who does it this way is just simply obeying their rules and interpretation. Although the Tzitzits worn by the Jew-wish people are correctly locked, it isn’t placed throughout the “Kanaph” of the Garment, which makes them incomplete by virtue of lack of sufficient amounts of Tzitzits. If you wear JEW-WISH style Tzitzits you just need more of them throughout the whole hem of the garment or add additional knotted, locked or twisted fringes throughout the hem of the garment.
To Learn more about why fringes should be throughout the hem and not just the 4 corners, Read our article about the Hebrew word Kanaph.
Kanaph is all about Location for your Tekaleth Ribbon & Fringes