This banner is designed to represent freedom. The black shoulders on the banner represent the darkness out of which we have been freed. The bright of colours pink, gold and turquoise are colours chosen by our artist to represent healing. As the banner is moved forward, the colours flow out from the blackness, declaring the future hope of freedom. They can also be a declaration and celebration of the freedom we are experiencing now as a result of past healing.
For many of us freedom comes through healing. As we are healed of physical, emotional, mental or spiritual disease or disorder, we experience freedom through the releasing work of The LORD God of My Salvation.
Use this banner for praise and worship, celebrating and declaring the freedom you have in Christ. You also can wave this banner over a person, place or thing for whom you are claiming healing or freedom. Take it off the pole and use it as a canopy, scarf or wrap. This is a great banner for parades or public gatherings where its bright colours add an instant feeling of celebration.
Name of the LORD: YHWH Elohe Yeshuathi The Lord God of My Salvation
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