Lovely scripture scarves available in five different designs and in a variety of colors.
Feel inspired each time you wear one of our inspirational scripture scarves. The scripture scarves come in five different designs and a variety of colors. Scripture scarves feature a verse from the Bible written in both Hebrew and English. The accompanying graphics in gold or rainbow foil convey the meaning of the scripture in pictures. Such a variety of colors and designs makes each of the scripture scarves a remarkable compliment to any outfit. We are sure you will find one to match to every style or taste. Scripture scarves are a favorite item for birthdays or Christmas.
Seven Species Scripture Scarf
A beautiful depiction of the Seven Species of Israel in rainbow coloured foil.
The Bible verse Deuteronomy 8:8 written in English and Hebrew throughout the scarf:
"A land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegrantes; a land of olive oil, and honey." Deuteronomy 8:8
My Beloved Scripture Scarf
The endearing Song of Songs is expressively portrayed on this scarf. Features rose hearts, birds and harps in gold foil.
“Love”, “Song of Songs” and “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine” (2:4) is written in English and Hebrew throughout the scarf.
Grafted In Scripture Scarf
Show your joy in being "grafted in" with this lovely scarf. The grafted in symbol is featured in gold foil.
The Bible verse Romans 11:10 is written in English and Hebrew throughout the scarf:
"Branches were broken off that I might be grafted in."
The Commandments Scripture Scarf
Show your conviction in the Lord’s 10 Commandments by wearing this scarf. This scarf lists the 10 Commandments in English and Hebrew throughout. Tablets and clouds in gold foil add to the power of the statement.
Jerusalem Peace Scripture Scarf
Pray for peace for the holy city of Jerusalem with this scarf honouring her beauty in gold foil.
"Jerusalem" and the Psalm 122:6 is written in English and Hebrew throughout the scarf:
"Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee."