What does a flag mean spiritually?

A FLAG is used in the Holy Bible as banner (3), Ensign (8), or standard (18). It is often used as a symbol of indicating presence, ownership, association and relationship.

What do flags mean in worship?

The purpose of worship flags and banners is to minister and glorify to the Lord. It’s also to open communication with the Lord by having the worshipper only focus on God and His true divinity. Worshipping with flags can be a rallying point of healing and fight back the enemy.

Are there religious flags?

Christian flag, while there is no one official flag of all Christian churches, by common usage a so-called Christian flag has come to be recognized by a number of them. It consists of a white rectangular field with a blue rectangle in the upper corner at the mast side which contains a red Latin cross.

What does flags mean in the Bible?

Why Flags? There are many ways that God can use your gifts and talents to convey messages to his people. As you minister with flags, you are declaring to the body of Christ that the Lord Is Our Banner. Our flags identify us as His children, His messengers, His servants, His Salt, His Light and His beacons on earth.

What are the different types of worship flags?

Here’s a list of what some different colors mean and how they’re used as prompts for our prayers:

  • Red = The Blood Of Jesus.
  • Fuchsia = Joy.
  • Yellow = Glory Of God.
  • Green = New Life.
  • Purple = Royalty/God’s Reign And Authority.
  • Blue = Holy Spirit And Prayer.
  • Turquoise = Healing.
  • Orange = Fire Of God And Deliverance.

What is the color of worship?

Green is often touted as a color that encourages focus, whether for study, work, or, in this case, worship. This may have something to do with our connection to nature, which often expresses itself in green shades.

What does a solid purple flag mean?

Purple flag means dangerous marine life spotted.