This is merely an introduction to the Prophetic Song in Color, Type and Symbol. We trust the Holy Spirit will impart and imprint to you more fully HIS purposes, plans, desires, will, function, languages, form, resonations, sounds and delights regarding this sacred and holy worship instrument as you seek ELOHIM in intercessory prayer and worship.
Within every prophetic worship instrument is a song in a song, a melody in a melody, a harmony in a harmony, a rhythm in a rhythm, a movement in a movement, a frequency in a frequency…creating the perfect dance for the Glory of ELOHIM!
May the Holy Spirit continue to reveal to you the fullness of HIS revelation.
Adornments, Ribbons, Scarves
Ribbons represent the powerful waves (Isaiah 51:15-16), significant movements, and distinctive pleasures of the LORD being released. Different lengths of ribbons and tinsel symbolize the different seasons of our lives in our walk with GOD and how some are shorter and easier; and some are wider and more challenging, yet HE is with us through them all. Satin ribbons are symbolic of the reflection of YESHUA in our lives. The colors, symbols and numbers are relevant to each meaning with Scripture as notated in Have Glory Ring will Travel.
Scarf/Scarves: Symbolic of the sound of God’s whisper as they “whisper” through the air (Psalm 147:2, 149:3, 150:4). The scarves symbolize the breath, air, wind (2 Samuel 22:11), life of God being released in America-Israel according to HIS riches in Glory, HIS grace, mercy and joy; HIS love, kindness and delight; HIS light, justice and presence; HIS favor, truth and knowledge; HIS discernment, wisdom and revelation. As mentioned above, the colors, symbols and numbers are significant to each meaning with Scripture as notated in Have Glory Ring will Travel!
Tinsel/Fringe: Symbolic of the sound of God’s Rains, Reign, and Reins when they “whoosh and rain” through the air (1 Samuel 12:14; 1 Chronicles 16:31; Psalms 47:8, 93:1, 96:10). This Prophetic Worship Glory Ring has 1 – ply tinsel which symbolizes Unity and 2 – ply tinsel which symbolizes double portion.
Cord(s)/Cording: Priesthood, Suffering, Sacrifice, Cleansing and Atonement. On the Levitical Priest’s garments, the most common color of cording was blue (Exodus 28:28, 39:21; John 2:15).
Key(s): Power, Authority; Full, Complete authority of YESHUA’s Apostles; Keys to Opening and Closing Doors, Gates, Prisons; Present and Prophetic Authority of YESHUA (Matthew 16:19; Revelation 1:18, 3:7).
Heart: Heart of God, Love of God, Purity, Pure and Wholesome Thoughts, Compassion of God (1 Samuel 16:7).
Ring(s): Covenant, Authority and Eternal Relationship, Completed Work (Genesis 41:42; Exodus 35:22; Esther 3:12).
Bell(s): Consecration, Entering the Holy of Holies, Liberty, Freedom, Deliverance, Joy, Celebration (Exodus 39:24-26; Zechariah 14:20).
Buttons symbolize the LORD GOD “buttoning and unbuttoning things.” Closing and opening – similar to the function of a key, yet usually on clothing or garments so it is more personal: 34 white buttons, 11 shield buttons (Hebrews 11) = 45 buttons (Psalm 45).
Drum(s)/Drumbeat(s): Warfare and Victory, Clarion Call of God (Exodus 32:17; 1 Chronicles 29:11; Psalm 20:5; 1 Corinthians 1:2; Philippians 3:14).
12 ¼” blue ribbons symbolizing the Government of YESHUA! HIS purity, righteousness, justice, honor, integrity, truth and light.
Blue Light: The hue of that portion of the visible spectrum between green and indigo with wavelengths between 420 – 490. Azure, cerulean, and sky-blue sapphire gemstones. Spiritually the color is symbolic of Heaven, Spiritual Authority, Revelation of the Holy Spirit, Integrity, Set apart for God’s purposes, Justice, Heavenly Character, Wealth, Holy Covering, Loyalty, Divinity, Revelation Knowledge, Grace, Mercy, Royalty, Priesthood of YESHUA. Blue is the 5th Stone on the Priest’s Ephod: Sapphire which symbolizes the Tribe of Simeon. The word Simeon means to hear God. Blue is also symbolic of the 2nd Gate. A sampling of Biblical scriptures: Genesis 1; Exodus 22, 28:3, 39:8; Numbers 4:6, 15:37-41; 2 Chronicles 3:14; Esther 8:15; Isaiah 8:7; Jeremiah 46:7-8; Revelation 21 and 22.
Bronze or Brass Light: Bronze: Any of various alloys consisting essentially of copper and tin, the tin content not exceedingly 11 percent. A metallic brownish color. Brass: Any of various metal alloys consisting mainly of copper and zinc. A metallic yellow; lemon, amber, or reddish yellow color. Spiritual application: The Feet of YESHUA and HIS Perfect Judgment. A sampling of Biblical scriptures: Numbers 21:5-10 and Revelation 1:15.
Gold Light: A precious yellow metallic element, highly malleable and ductile, and not subject to oxidation or corrosion. Symbol: Au; atomic weight: 196.967; atomic number: 79; specific gravity: 19.3 at 20 degrees Celsius. A monetary standard. Symbolic of money, wealth, riches. Something likened to this metal in brightness, preciousness, superiority – as example: a heart of gold. A bright, metallic yellow color, sometimes tending toward brown. Spiritual metaphors: Divine Nature of YESHUA, Glory, Sacred to God, Faith of the Saints, Refining Process, Rare, Arrival, Passing the Test, Incorruptible, Pure, Authority, Kingship, Royalty, Richness, Excellence, Healing, and Compassion. A sampling of Biblical scriptures: Malachi 3:3; Zechariah 13:9; Matthew 2:11; Acts 3:6; Hebrews 11.
Iridescence Light: A play of lustrous, changing colors. Spiritual metaphors: Glory of God’s Presence, the Glory Realm. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Genesis 1; 2 Corinthians 3:17-18; Revelation 21 and 22.
Red/Scarlet/Crimson Light: Red: Any of various colors resembling the color of blood; the primary color at one extreme end of the visible spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between 610 and 780 nanometers. Crimson: a deep purplish-red. Scarlet: A bright-red color inclining toward orange. Spiritual metaphors and applications: Sufferings of YESHUA, Atonement, Pentecost, Divine Love, Shield, Sacrifice, Obedience, Consuming Fire, Courage, Boldness, Warfare/Military Might, Humility, Purification, Sacrifice, Death to Self, New Wine, Passover, Riches, Cleansing, Praise, Worship. First Stone on the Breastplate: Ruby, Tribe of Judah. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Genesis 9:4-5; Exodus 24:8; Joshua 2:21, 10:25; Nahum 2:3; Haggai 2:4; Zechariah 2:5; Mark 3:11; Luke 12:49; Philippians 2:8-11; 1 John 1:7; Revelation 1:5.
Silver Light: A white, ductile metallic element, used for making mirrors, coins, ornaments, table utensils, photographic chemicals, conductors, etc. A lustrous grayish white or whitish gray, or the color of the metal. Sounds: clear and soft. Symbol: Ag; atomic weight: 107.870; atomic number: 47; specific gravity: 10.5 at 20 degrees Celsius. A currency standard. Spiritual metaphors and applications: Favor, Royalty, Redemption, Refining Process, Salvation, Healing, and the Levitical Priesthood. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Esther 1:6; Psalm 66:10; Isaiah 48:10; Zechariah 3:9; Acts 3:6; Ephesians 1:13-14.
White Light: Of the color of pure snow, reflecting nearly all the rays of sunlight or a similar light. Noun: A color without the hue at one extreme end of the scale of grays, opposite to black. A white surface reflects light of all hues completely and diffusely. Most so-called whites are very light grays: fresh snow, for example, reflects bout 80 percent of the incident light, but to be strictly white, snow would have to reflect 100 percent of the incident light. Spiritual metaphors and applications: Favor, Loyalty, Wholesome, Purity, Light, Glory, Majesty, Wisdom, Joy, Angelic, Peace, Victory, Holiness, Surrender, Triumph, Righteousness, Unblemished, Heavenly, Harvest, Spotless, White Linen, Resurrection Power, Completed Work, Endures Crushing and Fire, Tribe of Gad, 6th Stone on Breastplate, 8th Gate. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Esther 1:6; Daniel 7:9; John 4:35; Revelation 1:14, 2:17, 6:2, 20:11, 21.
Thank you for your faithfulness to serve the Kingdom of GOD on earth and to minister to the Kingdom of Heaven through prophetic intercessory worship.
For this Melchizedek, king of Salem, priest of the Most High God, who met Abraham as he was returning from the slaughter of the kings and blessed him, to whom also Abraham apportioned a tenth part of all the spoils, was first of all, by the translation of his name, king of righteousness, and then also king of Salem, which is king of peace (Hebrews 7:1-2, NASB).