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Product Format: Large Banner

Example of Large Banner

200 cm x 115 cm (79 inch x 45 inch)

To really make an impact!

These large silk banners are ideal for a man or woman after God's own heart. Great for public worship indoors or outdoors. Can be seen from greater distances and make a very strong statement in parades, processions, performance. Large banners are particularly effective when used to minister to individuals and groups.

Available in all our designs!

Product Format: Medium Banner

Example of Medium Banner

150 cm x 89 cm (59 inch x 34 inch)

When you're limited for space.

These medium sized silk banners are ideal if there are low ceilings or confined spaces. They are useful for dance groups, having an impact outdoors and ministering to individuals. Very easy to handle for teenagers and older children.

Available in all our designs!

Product Format: Small Banner

Example of Small Banner

100 cm x 57 cm (39 inch x 22 inch)

For children and very confined spaces.

These smaller silk banners add colour and can be tucked away easily. Especially good for limited space and for children of all ages. They add a touch of colour without needing very much room.

Available in all our designs!

Product Format: Garment of Praise

Example of Garment of Praise

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Put on a Garment of Praise for… any reason.

Become a walking banner inside this garment. The garment slips over existing clothing and feels great. It is hard to feel "heavy" with one of these beautifully bright and light garments on you. There is nothing subtle about this. Our biggest wearable banner. One size fits most. For extra-tiny or extra-large worshippers ask for a quote!

Available in many of our designs.

Product Format: Wrap

Example of Wrap

200 cm x 58 cm (79 inch x 23 inch)

A wearable banner… for a big statement in the Spirit!

For a woman who is not embarrassed to stand up and be counted. This large accessory adds a splash of colour to any outfit… take it where banners cannot go or whip it off and use it as a banner when the time is right. A bold prophetic accessory.

Available in many of our designs.

Product Format: Square Scarf

Example of Square Scarf

89 cm square (34 inch square)

Make a prophetic statement with your wardrobe.

It was created in response to intercessors wanting to take and use these prophetic objects when banners were less appropriate. A wearable banner - make a prophetic statement with your wardrobe. This silk scarf is versatile and dramatic. Makes a strong statement and can lead to very productive connections. Great for the intercessors, prophets and people wanting to make a strong statement. Wonderful as a gift!

Available in many of our designs.

Product Format: Long Scarf

Example of Long Scarf

150 cm x 50 cm (59 inch x 11 inch)

A classy wearable banner for any occasion.

A wearable banner - a classy and versatile statement for any occasion. This silk scarf can be worn in your hair, around your neck or hips! Make a colourful statement with meaning. Excellent gift or classy accessory.

Available in many of our designs.

Product Format: Tie

Example of Tie

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A wearable banner for men!

Here's your chance to wear a banner into work or any situation and remind yourself all day of a concept or attribute of God. 100% silk in bright colours and designs to go with any mood and compliment any outfit. Make a statement in the right Spirit!

Ties are available in most designs; however there are a few designs that just don't work on ties.

Product Format: Ribbon

Example of Ribbon

300 cm x 10 cm (118 inch x 4 inch)

A moving, elegant prophetic statement!

Classic gymnastic ribbons for the everyday. These silk ribbons are three meters long for easy use. Older children enjoy them. They bring colour and movement quite different to the traditional banners shape.

Ribbons are available in most of our designs; however there are a few designs that just don't work as ribbons.

Product Format: Mini Banner

Example of Mini Banner

36cm x 26cm (14 inch x 10 inch)

You'll be as excited as we are about our brand new range of mini-banners! Measuring just 360mm by 260mm, these brightly-colored banners may be small in size but they are still big in power, proclaiming a prophetic message wherever they are unfurled.

Introducing a whole new concept in banners, these mini-banners are ideal for use where space is limited or in private. They have the added advantage of being convenient to furl and carry, making them easy to conceal when on secret prayer assignments.

Each of these beautiful banners is individually hand-painted on fine silk. Light-weight and easy to use, each comes with a small pole and safety rubber stopper making them safe for young and old.

Our mini-banners are an excellent way of introducing children to the power of banners. An ideal size for small hands, they make a perfect gift and prophetic statement at births, baptisms, dedications or birthdays. Everyone, young in age to young at heart, will love them!

Our mini-banners are available in a range of 15 designs or as one of three selected gifts sets, each with five related banner designs.

Product Format: Extra Long Banner

Example of Extra Long Banner

1.4 x 5 metres (55 inch x 196 inch)

Available in many of our designs.

Product Format: Giant Banner

Example of Giant Banner

2.8 x 5 metres (110 inch x 196 inch)



Available in many of our designs.

Product Format: Stand-alone product

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‘The Shofar’

from the 'Concepts of God' design range   [view range]

‘Sound the trumpets of war!’

Design Description:

You can now go to war with a shofar - without waking the neighbourhood!

The Shofar portrays an instrument made from a rams horn. The red background represents the use of the shofar as an instrument of war. One of the four functions of the shofar was to sound the alarm, gather defenders and a call to arms. The sound issuing forth in white and gold represents the revelation and freedom that can issue forth as a shofar is lifted high and blown!

A shofar is an instrument made from the horn of a ram or other kosher animal. It was used in ancient Israel to announce the New Moon (Rosh Chodesh) and call people together. It was also blown on Rosh Hashanah, marking the beginning of the New Year, signifying both need to wake up to the call to repentance, and in connection with the portion read on the second day of Rosh Hashanah, the Binding of Isaac (Genesis, chapter 22) in which Abraham sacrifices a ram in place of his son, Isaac.

Today, the shofar is featured most prominently in the Rosh Hashanah morning services. It is considered a commandment to hear the shofar blown.

There is a great deal of symbolism tied in with the legal requirements for what constitutes a proper shofar. The shofar of Rosh Hashanah, whose purpose it is to rouse the Divine in the listener, may not be constructed of an artificial instrument. It must be an instrument in its natural form and naturally hollow, through which sound is produced by human breath, which God breathes into human beings. This pure and natural sound symbolizes the lives it calls Jews to lead. What is more, the most desirable shofar is the bent horn of a ram. The ram reminds one of Abraham's willing sacrifice of that which was most precious to him. The curve in the horn mirrors the contrition of the one who repents.

The shofar in biblical times served a number of purposes:

Shofar of war:
The shofar in this role served as instrument of alarm to gather the defenders or to call to arm the troops to wage war as, for instance, in the times of Gideon the judge, "And the three hundred blew their shofar and the Lord set every man's sword against his fellow, even throughout all the host." It is in a similar way that the sound of the shofar calls the individual, through it's reverberating and unsettling tone, to repent as the prophet Amos declares "Shall a shofar be blown in a city, and the people not be afraid ?"

Shofar of melody:
This is the musical instrument in daily use whose sole purpose was to entertain the crowd and elude musical enjoyment by the masses. It is this instrument to whose sound kings were crowned. The shofar of song and melody is best described in Psalms 47, which is recited seven times, prior to its ceremonial sounding on the day of the Jewish new year (Rosh ha-Shana), "God is gone up with a shout the Lord with the sound of the Shofar. Sing praises to God, sing praises: Sing praises unto our King, sing praises."

Shofar of revelation:
As God spoke the ten commandments, at the foot of Mount Sinai, presenting meanwhile the audio visual effects of all times, we read in the scriptures, "And it came to pass on the third day in the morning, that there were thunders and lightning and a thick cloud upon the mount, and the voice of the shofar exceeding loud so that all the people that were in the camp trembled - and when the voice of the shofar sounded long and waxed louder, Moses spoke and God answered him by a voice."

Shofar of freedom:
This is the shofar of setting slaves free and of returning every one to their possession in the seventh (Shmitta) and fiftieth (Jubilee) years. This was announced by the sound of the shofar as it is written in Leviticus 25, "…then shalt thou cause the shofar of the jubilee to sound… ye make the shofar sound throughout all your land… and proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof." Thus we see that the shofar is the bearer of good tidings and comfort of peace and tranquility to the world and further, the shofar will be instrumental in gathering all the lost tribes onto the promised land to live in eternal peace and safety.

Source: www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org 30 April 2009; www.shofarot-israel.com 30 April 2009

Name of the LORD:
YHWH Tzva'ot The Lord of Hosts

Bible Verses:

The LORD thundered from heaven; the voice of the Most High resounded. (2 Samuel 22:14)

Have seven priests carry trumpets of rams' horns in front of the ark. On the seventh day, march around the city seven times, with the priests blowing the trumpets. (Joshua 6:4)

So all Israel brought up the ark of the covenant of the LORD with shouts, with the sounding of rams' horns and trumpets, and of cymbals, and the playing of lyres and harps. (1 Chronicles 15:28)

Sound the ram's horn at the New Moon, and when the moon is full, on the day of our Feast; (Psalm 81:3)

With trumpets and the blast of the ram's horn - shout for joy before the LORD, the King. (Psalm 98:6)

Design by: David Stanfield & Sue Henderson

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Banners in the Bible

Song of Solomon 2:1-5
I am a rose of Sharon, a lily of the valleys. Like a lily among thorns is my darling among the maidens. Like an apple tree among the trees of the forest is my lover among the young men. I delight to sit in his shade, and his fruit is sweet to my taste. He has taken me to the banquet hall, and his banner over me is love. Strengthen me with raisins, refresh me with apples, for I am faint with love.

Isaiah 5:25b,26
…Yet for all this, His anger is not turned away, His hand is still upraised. He lifts up a banner for the distant nations, He whistles for those at the ends of the earth. Here they come, swiftly and speedily!

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