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“God's glory and goodness breaking through to bring new growth.”
This banner is designed to represent the Glory and goodness of God bursting into a situation to bring new growth. "So neither is he who plants nor he who waters anything, but only God, who makes things grow." (1 Corinthians 3:7)
Use it to celebrate God growing His Church and giving the increase. The green and gold is also a picture of God's work in nature where the sun's energy allows plants to thrive and grow.
Use it as a banner, canopy or a wrap for a person who is looking for a breakthrough or who needs to be refreshed. This is a great one for the outdoors!
Intercede for someone who is growing up into Christ or in the grace and knowledge of Jesus, and give thanks that their faith and love will keep growing.
New Growth's colours are also Australia's national colours, so this is an appropriate one to use when interceding for Australia (or your little patch of it). You might even get away with worshipping at a football game!
Name of the LORD:
El Chaiyai The God of My Life
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