Med. 32″ to 35″ All of our Yemenite Shofars come half polished. They are beautiful. They remind us of our christian walk. When we first are saved we are rough on the outside as we walk along our christian walk the Lord polishes us up so this is a memorial vision of our past and our present.
The length of the shofar varies according to the size you choose. They come with single, double and triple twist. Your Shofar has been measured by the official rabbinical standard of shofar measurement in Israel.
These biblical horns have been processed by the Kosher method in Israel.
There is so much symbolism when you blow this shofar. For the deeper meaning of the use of the Shofar and what the Lord has to say about this instrument purchase the book, “Heavenly Impact” “Symbolic Praise,Worship and Intercession, On earth as It is in Heaven”. This book will give scriptural and scientific proof that there is a rainbow seen in the spiritual realm over the shofar blower, which symbolizes the covenant of the Lord, every time you blow on the shofar. In addition, every time you blow the shofar there is biblical proof that you are creating a Royal Pavilion for the Lord of Hosts to come rest within over your worship.
The Hoards of Hell are fleeing as fast as they can to get out of the way of the Lord and His host as they respond to the blowing of the shofar.
All shofars do not give the same message in the spiritual realm when they are blown. Read about the two different types used for different purposes.
When you purchase this shofar you will receive a free 30 minute teaching/ instructional DVD which is a $10.00 value.
You will notice that the shofar prices have increased this year. That is because they come originally from South Africa, then sent to Israel to be processed. They come from the antelope called the Kudu. The government there only allows 10,000 shofars to be harvested and shipped out of the country a year. The furniture companies have decided to put these horns on some of their pieces of furniture a. The government gave them a contract for 3000 which only leaves 7,000 a year to those who want these for religious reasons. We will unfortunately continue to see an increase in the prices of the yemenite shofars I have been told.