The Sword of Victory! Prophetic Worship Glory Ring
For who is our hope or joy or crown of exultation? Is it not even you, in the presence of our Lord Jesus at His coming? For you are our glory and joy (1 Thessalonians 2:19-20, NASB).
The hilt of this "Glory Sword" is a diamond to represent the eternal relationship with God the Father, the Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, of imperfect man, clinging to the fourth side of the diamond, to the Triune God. It is our right to this eternal relationship because of the price paid by the Lord's blood. Our victory is in our hold onto and understanding of the Truth of the Word and the promise of the final victory - a Victory in Joy and in Exaltation.
The orange in the 33 20-inch long pieces on each of the 3 sides represents the Victory through the Blood of Jesus, it is the Redemption promised by the Father, purchased by Jesus, and brought to our understanding and teaching through the Spirit.
Through Grace, the separation of 5 inches from the orange, the yellow 15-inch long pieces represents the rest we can have in assurance of the Father's hand, and in the Joy that is ours even in the midst of the battle. The Victory is through the Truth of Redemption (39 pieces layer, plus 20 pieces layer), through the Truth of Eternal Life we have in Jesus (39 pieces layer plus 28 pieces layer), and through the Truth of the Hope (39 pieces layer and 35 pieces layer).
Through the resurrection, the separation of 3 inches from the yellow, the red in 37 12-inch long pieces on each of the 3 sides represents our Exaltation in His Power to bring the Perfect Victory according to the Father's sovereign plan. Two additional pieces at the points between the 3 sides represents the bringing together of our Warfare through Worship to the Father, the covering Blood of Jesus, and the Anointing of the Spirit.
The seven pieces sword blade represents the bringing to completion the Final Victory in Jesus. Jenn Carr, Corvallis, Oregon, USA
For whatever is born of God overcomes the world; and this is the victory that has overcome the world—our faith (1 John 5:4, NASB).