Wbride Worship Flag to serve God and the Body of Christ by building and equipping others with the Techniques of Praise and worship Flagging and move spontaneously as the Holy Spirit lead. We want to see worshipers raised-up, healed and set free. We want to see people know their identity in the Father. Without relationship to the Father’s heart we cannot catch the fire and know the heart’s of Father. Deeper worship is the fruit of knowing God and spending time with Him. Worship isn’t an event, it’s a lifestyle. True worship means nothing holds you back – even if you don’t have words to describe what you’re feeling.
There is no power on the flag. No different with silk and organza. It is when we set our hearts to worship the Father that the Holy Spirit moves through our Flags. Romans 8:26: .We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us through wordless groans.
John 4:24: God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.”
As we released into our identity as a Sons on of God, we will set free into our identity.
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Prophetic Colours Biblical Meaning
In Progress (Phil 1:6), Multiplication (Gen 49:21), Favor Upon Favor (Deut 33:23)
Oil of Gladness (Heb 1.9), Horn of Anointing Oil (1 Sam 16.13)
River of God (Ps 36:8), Sanctification (2 Cor 7:1), Mysteries (Job 12:22)
Mysteries of God, secret place, depths, sin, death, righteous judgment
Grace & Mercy (Heb 4.16), Throne (Eze 1.26), Prophecy (Rev 19.10), Knowledge & Revelation (Dan 2.21-22), Jesus, the High Priest (Ex 28.2,31), Creation (Ps 19.1)
Seed (Gal 3:29), Repentance (2 Cor 7:9), Humility (Eph 4:2), Sowing (Gal 6:9), Harvest (Heb 12:11), Earth (Ps 95:4-5)
Alter (Ps 5.3), Favorable Judgment (Dan 7.22), Abundance (Prov 3.9-10), Sacrifice (Mark 12.41-42)
Penetrating Word (Heb 4:16), Finished Work (Heb 10:14), Pressed But Not Crushed (2 Cor 4:8)
Influence (Rev 4.3), Maturity (Col 1.9-10, Eph 4.13), Steadfast (1 Cor 15.58n
Healing of Body, Soul & Spirit thru the Holy Spirit (Lu 17.19), Extravagant Love (John 12.3), Joy (John 15.11)
Glory (Ps 19.1), Prayers of Incense (Rev 5.8), Presence (Ex 33.14), Divine Reign of Christ (Ge 49.10), Sceptre (Es 8.4)
Restoration (Ps 23.2-3), New Life (Gem 8.11), Healing (John 5.6,8), Tree of Life (Rev 22.2), Flourish (Ps92.12-14)
Passion of Christ (Heb 12:2, Is 53:5), Zeal (John 2:17), Pursuit (Hos 2:14)
Glory of God (Rev 4:3), Loved by God (Deut 33:12)
Heavens (Deut 4.19), Remembrance of God’s Commands (Nu 15.38-39), Honour (Ex 28.2), Sonship (Ro 8.15)
Reconciliation (2 Cor 5.18, Mal 4.6), Quietness of Soul (Ps 131.2), Intercession (Ro 8.34) LILAC: Intimacy (Ps 46.10 & Ps 27.8)
God is Peace (Prov 16:7), Blessing Poured Out (Eph 3:20), Chosen (1 Pet 2:9)
Increase (Gen 48:16), Double Portion (Is 61:7)
Never-ending Flame (Lev 6.13), Lamp for our Feet (Ps 119.105), Revival (Ps 145.4-7)
Fresh Word (Col 3:16), Verdant Love (Song 1:16), Made Righteous (Rom 3:22)
Rose of Sharon (Song 2:1), Longing & Desire (Song of8:4), Celebration of Love (Song 1:4b)
Authority (Matt 28.18), Royalty (Jud 8.26), Kingship of Jesus (Rev 5.5), Worship (Rev 5.12)
everlasting covenant (Gen 6.12-16) promises of God (2 Cor 1.20), radiance of God (Ez 1.28)
Blood of Jesus, Blood Covering (Ex 26.14), Atonement (Rom 3.25), Justification (Rom 3.23-24), Wrath of God (Rev 16.1,4), Life (Lev 17.11), Protection (Ex 12.13)
Precious (Prov 3:15), Wisdom (Job 28:18)
word of the Lord (Ps 12.6), refine (Ps 66.10), redemption (Matt 26.15), wisdom (Prov 2.1-5), sword (Deut 32.41), strength (Ps 28.7)
Shining Light (Dan 10:6), Christ our Foundation (1 Cor 3:11),
Forerunner (Is 40:3)
Purity (Zec 13.1), Holy Spirit (Lu 3.23), Bride of Christ (Eph 5.27), White as Snow (Is 1.18), Anointing (Is 61.1), Overcomer (Rev 3.5), Ancient of Days (Dan 7.9)
Does God Approve of Dance?
- God is the Creator, so He is also the source of all creativity. He had created all movement to bring praise to Him. Through all His creation… All of the fascinating ‘dance of life‘ was created by God … “ God saw all He had made, and it was very good (Gen 1:31a)
- The JOYFUL Dance of Salvation. Following the example of God
We called to be imitators of God (Eph 5:1) As God’s Children, He Should be our example and model in life.
So does God dance?
The Lord your God is with you, He is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you, He will quite you with His Love, He will rejoice over you with singing.
- “rejoice over you translate from Hebrew word ‘guwl’ (1523). This verb can literally be translated as “to spin round under the influence of any violent emotion, to glad and rejoice.” It is describes the kind of joy that needs to be expressed with the whole being.
He doesn’t only approve dance, He experts and asks us to dance for His glory:
PSALM 149: 3-4
3 Let them praise his name with dancing
and make music to him with timbrel and harp.
4 For the Lord takes delight in his people;
he crowns the humble with victory.
2 Praise him for his acts of power;
praise him for his surpassing greatness.
3 Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet,
praise him with the harp and lyre,
4 praise him with timbrel and dancing,
praise him with the strings and pipe,
5 praise him with the clash of cymbals,
praise him with resounding cymbals.
6 Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.
Praise the Lord.
#WE all are called to worship GOD, whether we are male or female, young of old. God is on the move to set us free to express worship with everything she is:
13 Then young women will dance and be glad,
young men and old as well.
I will turn their mourning into gladness;
I will give them comfort and joy instead of sorrow.
- Worship as a Priority
We have been created to worship God. God’s command for us to worship Him actually very loving. When we worship Him, we experience the deepest joy that exists.
God deserves worship from all the nations and people. That’s the other reason why we lead people to Jesus and do missions and evangelism. Worship is simply due to God. We know that one day everyone will see the glory of God and worship Him:
ROMAN 14: 11 “As I live, says the Lord,
Every knee shall bow to Me,
And every tongue shall confess to God.”
# Intimacy with God through Worship
- Our Worship and praise take us into place of intimacy with God. We have the privilege of drawing near to God with praise:
- Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name.
GOD CREATED DANCE first of all to bring pleasure to HIS heart and to glorify His name:
For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen.
“You are worthy, our Lord and God,
to receive glory and honor and power,
for you created all things,
and by your will they were created
and have their being.”
- Intercessory Dance and Prophetic Dance
# Dance as a Prayer Language
- Dutch Sheets describes in his book Intercessory Prayer how the word intercession means to go pass between Intercessors go in between God and mankind or in between the enemy and mankind to enforce the victory of the cross. Our Prayer release and activate Christ’s finished work of intercession. The Hebrew word for intercessors is paga (6293), which mean to meat. As intercessors we meet with God and with the powers of darkness. We have the privilege and the authority in Jesus’s name to release the powers of God into the lives of people and into different situations.
- Dance is one form of communication. Dance can be used as a prayer language, God doesn’t only hear but He also sees. It sounds obvious, but we sometimes tend to forget it when we pray. There’s nothing that hinders us from expressing our prayers to Him with our whole bodies. If the word intercession means “to go in between,” including active movement in the very essence of the word, why wouldn’t we use concrete movement as expression of our prayers?
# Prophetic Dance
Prophetic comes from the word “prophet”. A prophet is someone who listens to God and catches God’s heart and delivers the Word of God to many people. This is the same with prophetic dance. Through prophetic dance, we deliver God’s words and God’s heart through dance. Thus, a prophetic dance has to come out of our relationship and knowledge of God, as well as our obedience to the leading of The Holy Spirit.
But the Counselor, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you
(John 14:26 NIV)
There is power that flows when we are dancing the prophetic dance because we are not doing an empty dance that has no meaning but we are delivering God’s words.
For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart.
(Hebrews 4:12 NIV)
Prophetic dance is a life. We will experience walking with God through every dance that we do. The Words delivered through the dance will purify our lives too as a dancer, separating our fleshly desires with the spiritual desires in our lives.
–Prophetic movements are the movements of God. They are the movements that come from His heart, from His throne – movements that begin in the Spirit realm that God releases to us here on earth to accomplish His purposes. God is calling a people who will know the times and the seasons and know what to do. Rev. 19:10 says the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy. He is calling a prophetic people, who will hear Him, speak His words and demonstrate His purposes.
–Prophetic ministry is the heart of God revealed to us, revealed through us. We are called to be prophetic enactments of the Holy Spirit; called to be visual demonstrations of what God is saying and doing. God has dances from heaven that He wants to dance through us to bring change and meet the needs of people. These dances are Spirit to Spirit. When we allow God’s movements to flow through us, we will see signs follow. We will see people healed, delivered and set free by His power. We will see people brought into a new dimension in Christ. As the physical becomes an extension of the spiritual, God’s power is released in the earth upon the hearts of men. Healing, deliverance, prosperity, peace, joy and all that we need to live abundant lives has already been established in heaven. I believe we can reach up into the heavens and by faith pull down those things that God has provided for us.
-Amos 9:11 and Acts 15:16 tells us that the restoration of the Tabernacle of David is so that we might possess the remnant. The word possess is the Hebrew word yaresh. It literally means to occupy by driving out the previous tenants. In other words, we can declare God’s healing where there is sickness. We can declare God’s deliverance where there is bondage. We do this by the spoken word of God. Jesus said, “My words are spirit and they are life”. His word never returns void of that which He purposes. We do this by lifting our voices in praise to God. We do this by using our hands to smite. Clapping our hands is associated with praise but also with smiting the enemy. God told the prophet Ezekiel to smite with his hands and stamp with his feet. This was a sign of God’s judgement against His enemies. Our feet represent authority. He has given us every piece of ground the soles of our feet tread upon. Luke chapter 10 says we trample on serpents and scorpions and on all the power of the enemy and nothing shall harm us. According to Psalm 18, God has given us the necks of our enemies. These become prophetic movements of the body as we yield to Him.
- Dance in the church today is a fulfillment of prophecy
#Examples of Prophetic dance in the bible
In the book of Exodus (15:20) Then Miriam the prophetess, Aaron’s sister, took a tambourine in her hand, and all the women followed her, with tambourine and dancing.
God miraculously delivered the children of Israel from many years in bondage to Pharaoh. He brought them through the Red Sea. This represents the fact that we have been delivered from sin, death, hell, sickness and the grave itself. We have been brought through the blood of Jesus. Miriam the Prophetess led the women in the dance. It was a custom in those days for the closest female relative to meet and to greet a returning victor after a battle. Miriam was the closest female relative to Moses and we are the closest female relative to Jesus. He is our returning victor. He has won the victory and we demonstrate His authority in the earth.
The Feast of Tabernacles, the Feast of His coming, was a main event associated with dance in Israel. As His return gets closer, we will dance more and more. We know you are the victor and we are making ourselves ready. Our dancing says to the world, He is coming – get ready. Our dancing says to the enemy, your time is short. Our dancing says to each other, see the vision, have faith.
As we testify to one another of the goodness and provision of God, we yield to the Spirit of prophecy, for the testimony of Jesus is the Spirit of Prophecy.
Prophetic Dance is also found in First Samuel 18.
The Expression of Worship
Dance is one of our worship expressions to God and each prophetic dance is born out of our relationship with God and our knowledge of Him. For example, raising our hands in worship is our expression of praise and worship to God. However, it is not only that but it is also an expression of a child who wants to be held by The Father. When we spin, we are like teenagers in the large park who find beauty, freedom, liberty, and openness and we can say thank you to God for His truth that sets us free and His sacrifice that frees us from the curses of sin. Other expressions of worship are our honor to God as A King in our lives, our demonstration of love and our surrender to God.
The Word of God said that The Father is seeking for the true worshippers who worship Him in spirit and in truth.
Word Becomes Flesh
God wants to express Himself to us and one of His expressions is through dancing.
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the One and Only, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.
(John 1: 1,14 NIV)
How does God reveal Himself to us? Through His Words. And how does He reveal Himself to the world? Through His Words that has become flesh. Through prophetic dances, we are turning The Word into flesh.
When we are doing the prophetic dance, something is happening in the spiritual realm and at one time, it will become flesh.
Use of Banners for the Lord
Banners in the Bible can be found in nearly forty different scripture references. The New King James Bible translate the original words as ‘banner, standard, emblem, pole or sail’.
They are often thought of as simply a cloth on a pole or rod with no particular spiritual application. There are however, several different components to a banner, all of which combine together to give us a powerful weapon to use for His Glory. A well as the cloth and the rod, the colours, the design, the sound, and the process of lifting the banner, all the significance. The principal reason for banner use to show identity.
REASONS for USING FLAG/BANNER
- Isaiah 13: 2
- Isaiah 62: 10
More… Banners in the Bible
- Song of Solomon 2:4
He has taken me to the banquet hall, and his banner over me is love.
- Song of Solomon 6:4,10
“Awesome as an army with banners!”
- Isaiah 11:10-12
In that day the Root of Jesse will stand as a banner for the peoples; the nations will rally to Him, and His place of rest will be glorious. In that day the Lord will reach out His hand a second time… He will raise a banner for the nations and gather the exiles
- Isaiah 13:1-4
1The burden of Babylon, which Isaiah the son of Amoz did see.
2 Lift ye up a banner upon the high mountain, exalt the voice unto them, shake the hand, that they may go into the gates of the nobles.
3 I have commanded my sanctified ones, I have also called my mighty ones for mine anger, even them that rejoice in my highness.
4 The noise of a multitude in the mountains, like as of a great people; a tumultuous noise of the kingdoms of nations gathered together: the Lord of hosts mustereth the host of the battle.
- Banners Identify Us
The earliest biblical mention of banners occurs in Numbers 1 and 2, where God tells the children of Israel to camp in tribal groups around the tabernacle and to erect banners or standards to identify their clans. Scholars who have studied Jewish tradition suggest that the colors of the tribal banners may have corresponded to the colors of the tribal stones represented in the priest’s ephod (Ex. 28:15-21).
- Banners Call Us to Gather and Proclaim the Truth
The Scriptures tell us in several places that banners were raised to gather or assemble the people. A raised banner served to announce that something significant was about to happen.
In Isaiah 11:10-12 we read, “The Root of Jesse will stand as a banner for the people; the nations will rally to him.. He will raise a banner for the nations and gather the exiles in Israel. …” In Jeremiah 50:2 a banner is lifted to announce the downfall of Babylon; and in Isaiah 62:1042 a banner is raised “for the nations. The LORD has made proclamation to the ends of the earth… ‘See, your Savior comes!'”
Banners can serve a similar purpose in worship today. Hung outside or in entryways, banners call us to gather. And banners that incorporate biblical symbols and /or texts in creative designs can help us proclaim God’s truth.
- Banners Guide Us in Our Spiritual Battles
God’s people rallied for battle with the raising of banners: “Lift a banner in the land! Blow the trumpet among the nations! Prepare the nations for battle against her” (Jer. 51:27).
Throughout history banners have been used during battle to direct soldiers where to go, where to stand, and when to march. Jeremiah 4:6 is an example of such direction: “Raise a banner to go to Zion! Flee for safety without delay.”
As Christians we are daily engaged in a spiritual battle. Perhaps the banners in our sanctuaries can encourage us to follow our captain in the battle against our enemy, Satan. Especially important in our visual culture today, banners can serve as visual statements that speak and stay with God’s people even longer than the spoken word.
- Banners Announce Our Victory
Psalm 20:5 says, “We will shout for joy when you are victorious and will lift up our banners in the name of our God.” Throughout history, it has been the custom of armies to hoist flags of victory after conquering a town or territory in battle. And since according to Romans 8:37 “we are more than conquerors through him who loved us,” we can hoist our banners in celebration of the victory Christ has already won.
- Banners Keep the Truth Before Us
A primary function of Christian banners is to keep the truth before us. We, like the people of the Old Testament, need reminding. In Micah 6:5, God gives such a reminder: “My people, remember your journey from Shittim to Gilgal, that you may know the righteous acts of the LORD.” We too need to remember what God has done for us and for people throughout history.
God often directed the people of Israel to make visual aids to remind them of what was really important. Numbers 15:37-40 suggests such an aid: “You are to make tassels on the corners of your garments, with a blue cord on each tassel. You will have these tassels to look at and so you will remember all the commands of the LORD.” The people were also instructed to write the words of the law “on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates, so that your days and the days of your children may be many in the land the LORD swore to give your forefathers” (Deut. 11:20-21). These were two visual reminders of the law.
In a similar way the banners we hang in our churches can be reminders of God’s presence, God’s truth, God’s ways, and God’s promises. Liturgical banners often incorporate words from Scripture, helping us to focus on a particular theme or truth. Likewise, visual symbols, which find their source in God’s Word, can be rich expressions of truth that appeal both to the mind and the imagination.
The church can grow in its worship by becoming reacquainted with the meaning and significance of traditional, historic Christian symbols as well as by exploring meaningful contemporary variations. Scripture is full of symbolism in visions, parables, and numbers. Such symbolism, when incorporated into artistic banners using symbols and/or words, can enrich our worship by focusing our attention on important truths.
- Using Banners in Worship
When using banners or anything visual in worship, consider the following guidelines (suggested by Gene Edward Veith, Jr. in Stale of the Arts):
1. Any visuals used in worship should help us focus on God and Gods written revelation. Visual images must be connected to the Word. Veith uses Solomon’s temple as an example: the two enormous bronze pillars at the portico were named Jakin (he establishes) and Boaz (in him is strength) (1 Kings 7:15-22). The pillars were not art for art’s sake or mere decorations—they were a symbolic reminder of God’s established strength for all worshipers as they arrived and departed. The names of the pillars added to their visual impact.
2. Any banner or art used in the church should not draw attention to itself but point beyond itself to God and the truth. Bad art draws negative attention to itself, so there must be standards for quality. We want to give our best to tire glory of God.
3. All parts of ‘worship, visible and audible, should be opportunities for praising God—not for indulging our own need for aesthetic pleasure or seeking entertainment. Banners can help to focus our attention on a particular truth or significant aspect of worship.
Banners can function in a number of ways ill our worship buildings. They can be part of the permanent decor or they can be rotated weekly or seasonally. Para-ments, or ecclesiastical furniture coverings, can function in the same way as banners by including words or symbols that are meaningful for a season or for a special service, such as communion or baptism.
Banners hanging in entryways serve to welcome God’s people and to prepare them for worship. Banners hanging on church exteriors (on or between columns, on walls, or from special mounts) serve as witnesses to the world.