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This ultra-soft t-shirt is inspired by Horatio Spafford, a respected lawyer who lost most of his real estate investments in Chicago’s famous fire of 1871. In 1873, the ship carrying his wife and their four daughters to Europe was struck by another ship and sank. All four of his daughters were killed. His wife survived and sent a telegram that opened with the words “Saved alone. What shall I do.”
On his way to see his grieving wife, he was greatly comforted by God when the ship passed over the approximate spot where his daughters drowned. This is inspired the famous words, “When sorrows like sea billows roll—Whatever my lot, Thou has taught me to say, It is well with my soul.” Whatever you may be going through, remember these words and cast all of your anxiety, worry, and pain on the one who heals and redeems. 🙏🏻
Our business model is simple, we hold very little inventory and print-on-demand. Which means when you order a t-shirt off of our website, our printing team fulfills it! This can sometimes add another business day in terms of shipping, but you can say we deliver our t-shirts extra fresh!