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“Blood & Fire”
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“The Blood, the Glory and His Holy Fire”
This banner was originally designed in preparation for a worship gathering in the nation of Spain. Based on the Spanish national flag, it combines three powerful spiritual emblems which are available from God, Who reveals himself as The Mighty and Strong Creator.
The yellow central band represents the Shekinah Glory or presence of God covering the nations, as waters cover the sea. Sheltering the banner across the top is the blood of Jesus, shed for every person and for every nation of the earth. The blood symbolises God's atoning, redemptive, liberating, pardoning, overcoming, purifying and cleansing power. The flames across the base are another image of the glory and presence of God, His holiness and cleansing, purifying power rising in these days.
This is a banner for people hungry for God's presence and Glory, desiring to be sheltered by the power of His blood and consumed by His Holy Fire.
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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 |
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