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Joy Hoodie

Joy Hoodie

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Our Joy Hoodie assures believers, that even in our darkest moments, if we focus on God, He will bring us joy in the morning - Psalms 30:5. Sometimes things do go wrong but we must trust in the Lord because God has great things prepared for us, He's always in control. Our pain, affliction, mourning and sadness is only temporary. 

This Hoodie is crafted from premium, combed, ultra soft, ring spun cotton. With it being unisex, this ensures a perfect fit for everyone, with a true-to-size form fitting design.

Note: these fit true to size, so if you want an oversized look, make sure to size up! 

Back: "JOY COMES IN THE MORNING" & "EDIFY(logo)"

Front: "JOY"

Sleeve: "SMILEY FACE"

Description:

  • EVERY ORDER is sent out with a PRAYER!!
  • PUFF PRINT
  • 10 oz., 100% cotton face, incredibly cozy
  • Nickel eyelets, knotted strings, split stitch double needle sewing on all seams, generous and boxy fit
  • High quality heavy weight hoodie
  • Slight shrinkage may occur, see care directions
  • Our manufacturer has been out of size Small, it's unknown when they will have it back in stock. Sorry for the inconvenience! Sign up on our email list to get updates!

Care Instructions

Always wash inside out. To prevent shrinking and wrinkling, wash 100% cotton in cold water using a gentle cycle. Let the clothes dry naturally by hanging them on a clothing line outside or laying them down on a towel in the laundry room. Warm or hot water can melt fibers and dyes and also damage fabrics.

Machine wash: warm (max 40C or 105F); Bleach as needed; Tumble dry: medium; Iron, steam or dry: low heat; Do not dryclean.

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Of the last sayings of Christ on the cross, none is more important than “It is finished.” Found only in the Gospel of John, the Greek word translated “it is finished” istetelestai, an accounting term that means “paid in full.” When Jesus uttered those words, He was declaring the debt owed to His Father was wiped away completely and forever. Not that Jesus wiped away any debt that He owed to the Father; rather, Jesus eliminated the debt owed by mankind—the debt of sin.