Jehovah Nissi—The Lord Our Banner

The Role of Banners, Flags, and Symbolic Art in Worship

by Maxine Evans



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/21/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781512707441

About the Book

Are you ready to experience victory through banners, flags, and symbolic arts?

Discover the Creator’s standards for victory through Jehovah Nissi (“the Lord is my banner”), one of the names of God given to a redeemed people who looked to Him for victory. Today we raise our flags and lift our banners to the One who has already won all battles.

Lifting banners and flags is a kingdom tool of identification, proclamation, and glorification.

For many people, the word “banner” means a cloth on a stick. But in a spiritual sense, it represents the kingdom of God.

Lifting banners and flags in ministry symbolizes lifting Jesus Christ as our victory and making a statement about His truth. They show how we respond to God for His truth, power, and authority on the earth.

Banners and flags represent the victory won for us. The scepter, pole, or rod is a part of the banner or flag that is a symbol of authority on the earth.

About the Author

Maxine Evans was born in Moss Town on the Island of Exuma, Bahamas. She lives in New Providence. She is the founder of Kingdom Arts Ministry in Nassau, Bahamas, and the former director of the banner and flag ministry at Bahamas Faith Ministries International. Her local and international travels include churches, ministries, schools, prisons, and other institutions where she passionately teaches His heart through His art. Her studies include the Assembly of God Bible Institute by Pastor Vernon Moses, the International Third World Leadership Training Institute by Dr. Myles Munroe, and the Simchat Torah Beit Midrash Institute by Rabbi Ralph Messer.