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“Revival begins in the house of God.”
This banner was designed by Zebedee Koster when he was 7 years old. He painted it with normal paints on a piece of material and OOOMB then reproduced a version for him on silk.
He understood that it was the sacrifice and blood of Jesus (red) and His mercy (silver) that allowed men trapped in death and sin to be revived.
As this banner moves forward we declare "The LORD Saves!" Out of darkness, His mercy allows His blood to secure pardon and cleansing and purchases us, freeing us from all sin. Recently there has been much prophesying about the need for repentance from our sin. Spiritual sackcloth (repentance), in prayerful submission to the LORD Who Saves, will bring the blessing of salvation to "whosoever will." May revival break forth, in individual hearts, in churches, in communities and in all nations of this world!
Name of the LORD:
YHWH Hoshiah The Lord Saves
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|Large Banner||$199.00 |
|Medium Banner||$149.00 |
|Small Banner||$129.00 |
|Garment of Praise||$299.00 |
|Square Scarf||$129.00 |
|Long Scarf||$107.00 |
|Mini Banner||$31.00 |
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