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The Symbolic Meanings of Colors It’s About Worship itsaboutworship.com

Amber

Presence of God, Fiery Passion, Wisdom, Temple of God , God's Anointing Green Prosperity, New Life and Growth, Fresh, Healing, Hope, Peace, Victory, Rest
Black Death, Mourning, Sin, Judgment, Evil, Humility, Fear of God Lilac/Orchid Care, The Father's concern over the Lilies-of-the-field
Blue, Light Heaven, Holy Spirit, Divinity, Serenity, Revelation Orange Warning, Change, Prophetic Ministry, Ambition, Harvest, Strength, Endurance
Blue, Royal Revelation, Authority, Kingship, Priesthood, Faithfulness Pink/ Rose New Life, Kingliness, Father's Heavenly Care, Feminine, Rose of Sharon
Brass/Copper Alter, Atonement, Forgiveness Purple Kingship, Majesty, Royalty, Mediator, Creativity, Wealth. Reigning with Christ
Brown Earth, Devotion, Earthen Vessels, Humanity, Humility Red Blood of Jesus, Life, Salvation, Courage, Redemption, Fire, Courage, Fervent Love, Sacrifice, War
Bronze Judgment of Sins, Testing by Fire Silver Redemption, Refined, Words of Lord, Words of Righteousness

Fuchsia Joy, Compassion, Right Relationship Turquoise/ Jasper River of God , Tranquility, Serenity, Patience, Relaxation, Communication
Gold Glory, Godhead, Refining Process, Kingship, Words of Wisdom, Truth, and Knowledge, Faith, Anointing Oil, Kingship White Light, Purity, Bride of Christ, Surrender, Joy, Angels,

Gray

Old Age, Dignity, Glory, Honor, Humility, Repentance

Yellow

Sunshine, Happiness, Friendship, Caution, Resurrection, Fresh, New Life, Healing, Hope, Peace, Rest
Color Combinations
Black and White Write it Down, Clear Cut, Sharply Defined
Red, White, and Blue Liberty and Freedom
Red, Purple, and Blue Used in Tabernacle
Red, Yellow, and Blue Primary colors represent the Trinity
Red, Blue, and Green Primary colors of light also represent Trinity
Silver and Gold Wealth, luxury, and beauty
Red and White God's purifying work. The blood (red) and holiness (white).
Red, Gold, and Green Faith (gold), hope (green), and love (red).




Annette Srygley (256)366-9715 or 855-97FLAGS       For more information see Symbolism of Colors at itsaboutworship.com

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