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Unisex Joshua 1:9 Triblend Short Sleeve V-Neck Tee

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Unisex Joshua 1:9 Triblend Short Sleeve V-Neck Tee

20.00

This unisex tee with the hand-lettered verse, Joshua 1:9, featuring a uniquely soft triblend fabrication, modern fit, V-neck and short sleeves is perfect for lounging at home, working out, or you can even dress it up by throwing a cardigan over top and adding fun jewelry.

But most importantly, this shirt offers the sweet reminder to you throughout the day, that no matter where you find yourself, God is with you!

Shirts run true to size; if you want a looser fit, order a size up.

Features: Sideseamed. Retail fit. Unisex sizing.

Fabrication:
50% poly 25% combed and ring-spun cotton 25% rayon, 40 single 3.8 oz

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This unisex tee with the hand-lettered verse, Joshua 1:9, featuring a uniquely soft triblend fabrication, modern fit, V-neck and short sleeves is perfect for lounging at home, working out, or you can even dress it up by throwing a cardigan over top and adding fun jewelry.

But most importantly, this shirt offers the sweet reminder to you throughout the day, that no matter where you find yourself, God is with you!

Shirts run true to size; if you want a looser fit, order a size up.

Features: Sideseamed. Retail fit. Unisex sizing.

Fabrication:
50% poly 25% combed and ring-spun cotton 25% rayon, 40 single 3.8 oz

Below is an excerpt from a blog post I wrote describing how Joshua 1:9 became so important to me:

...On the Saturday before my miscarriage, I was feeling crampy all day. It made me feel so nervous, but I was afraid to even say anything about it to anyone, like talking about it would make my fears come true. But towards the evening I was feeling so hopeless and scared that I finally texted a few friends and asked them to pray. Melissa sent me a link to a list of scriptures for when you're fighting fear. I just kept reading through them that night over and over. There were two scriptures that really stuck out to me: Isaiah 41:13 and Joshua 1:9, but for this post I'm going to focus on Joshua 1:9. My first miscarriage began when my husband and I were out of town four hours away from home. So my memories include stopping every 30 minutes to an hour at gross gas stations and rest stops on the way home. And I'm sorry for being graphic, but there was so much blood. Clots would just pour out of me every time I went to the bathroom and it was traumatizing. So I had such a fear of that happening again and I specifically was afraid of the process of miscarrying again. Of course I didn't want to lose my child, that alone is terrible, but once you've had a miscarriage and now how painful and awful it is, it really adds to the fear. Picturing myself going through all of that bleeding was so overwhelming that I could hardly think about it without feeling overwhelmed. That night, while my heart was filled with fear, I started reading through the list of scriptures Melissa sent to me. When I read through Joshua 1:9 a peace began to settle over me. The end is what struck me: "...for the Lord thy God is with thee WHITHERSOEVER thou goest." And right as I read that, the image of me sitting in the bathroom while miscarrying came to my mind. But the next thought that came to my mind was, "Yes, Jessica. EVEN THERE. Even there as you miserably and pitifully sit on the toilet bleeding and crying through the pain of losing another child, I will be with you even there."