I'll Go T-Shirt

I'll Go T-Shirt


This quality Gildan t-shirt is comfortable, stylish, and sends a strong message to everyone who sees it!

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The "I'll Go." T-Shirt was designed with faithful officers in mind.  

In the book of Joshua we experience bouts of true faithfulness.  After the passing of Moses, God commissioned Joshua as his servant.  He said to Joshua, “No one will be able to stand up against you all the days of your life.  As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you.” (Joshua 1:5)  Shortly after, God told Joshua to command the people and prepare to cross the Jordan River on foot.  To a less faithful man this would be a tall order and cause one to question the directive.  But Joshua went into the camp and commanded the people as God directed.  They responded, “Whatever you have commanded us we will do, and wherever you send us we will go.” (Joshua 1:16) As the Lord commanded, the people of Israel would later cross the River Jordan, standing firmly on dry ground in the midst of where the waters of the Jordan River once ran.  Their faithfulness said, “Okay, Lord.  I’ll go.”

Later the Lord spoke to Joshua saying, “See, I have given Jericho into your hand, with its king and mighty men of valor.”  (Joshua 6:2)  Joshua was then commanded to march around the City of Jericho once a day for six days.  On the seventh day it was commanded that the men would march around Jericho seven times, after which time seven priests would make loud blasts with their trumpets and horns and the people will shout causing the city walls to fall down flat.  Without question or hesitation Joshua heeded these commands and set out as the Lord so ordered.  His actions said, “Okay, Lord.  I’ll go.” 

Police officers are much like a modern day Joshua.  Without much consideration for risk or probability officers go where they are called and where they are needed.  They meet people where they are in that moment.  Their actions simply state, “I’ll go.”  This T-shirt was designed with this in mind.  No matter the hour, no matter the call; with a clear head faithful officers are there to answer.  With faithfulness they suit up and their actions echo, “I’ll go.”