brit, in Hebrew, means covenant
I will admit that I did not know that until last year or the year before that. I'm currently reading an autobiography and found the word in there, without apostrophe as well, so I'm taking the same liberty by using it, here, also without apostrophe. B'rit, meaning covenant, is how it is spelled in other sources.
I have always associated the term Brit as someone from Britain and, Canada, under British rule, was the thread weave to the flag that hung in the classroom of my elementary school. I like decor, like the photo above, that is strong and individual in expression and I use my artwork (photos) to tell stories of day to day life. For many years I followed Biblical devotions written by others but then, a couple of years ago, I wanted to test my Biblical knowledge a bit; push myself in that area to see if I could grow by developing my own daily learning by starting with a Scripture that came to mind and then cross referencing it with the next Scripture until I came to some understanding that seemed cohesive.
What you'll need if you wish to do this:
A Bible with cross references in it.
Enough Scripture in your memory to have one come to memory.
I don't know why this method of finding answers to the questions of life works fairly well for me... it just does.
I average 1-2 sermons a week, for learning. If my health is difficult, I find them online.
Psalm 27:13 was the Scripture that I thought of first this morning. I often have to look up where it is because I remember it in phraseology only. The good news is that the journey took me to the parable of the budding fig tree.
So, that was my devotional journey this morning and I am still working on a design for a fig tree quilt or artwork of some kind to represent this story.