Worship Colors & Meanings

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Symbolism of Colors founded in Worship or Worship Service

 

They are used on Banners, Flags, Streamer, Tabrets, Tassels, and Praise Shield, or Hoop. In most sanctuary, you can find these colors.

Colors &

Precious Stones

Meaning

Scripture References

BLACK

 

Onyx

Pearl

· Sin—transgression, wrongdoing

· Darkness—the state of being in the dark; no light

· Famine—food shortage

· Curses—evil or misfortune coming as if in respose to harm to come upon one

· Solemnity—a formal or solemn ceremony herld to observe an occasion or event

· Death—the ending of all vital functions or processes in an organism or cell

· Revelation 6:5b

· Lamentation 4:8

BLACK & WHITE

 

· Humility—the quality of being modest or respectful

· Purity of Love—the virtue and innocence of love

·  

BLUE

 

Agate (surdonyx)

Topaz

Tourmaline

Sapphire

Opal

(Beryl) Aquamarine

Chaledony

· Grace—elegance, kindness, blessing shown

· Divinity—spirituality, religious studies

· The Priesthood—cleric, pastor, minister called to perform the sacred rites of a religion.

· Authority—license, ability, power, to say-so

· The Holy Spirit—the third person in the Trinity

· Healing—

· Heaven—paradise; place where God is

· Heavenly Love—the holy and divine of love

· The Word of God—Jesus, the second  person in the Trinity

· The Truth—The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Truth; reality of the Word

· Unveiling of truth—the uncovering of the truth for the first time, especially if it was kept secret

· Patience—

· Loyalty—

 

· Exodus 24:10

· Ezekiel 1:26

· Exodus 28:31

·  

BRONZE

 

Brass

· Judgment upon sin—final verdict, decision, or ruling upon sin

· Fires of testing—dismiss, throw out, what’s left, after giving somebody their test

· Daniel 2:39

· Numbers 21:8,9

· 1 King 14:27

· John 3:14

· Exodus 38:8

BROWN

 

Agate (sardonyx)

Jasper

Sapphire

Pearl

Topaz

· Spiritual death—usually relating to the soul or spirit in death

· Degradation—the great shame brought about by loss of status, reputation, or self-esteem

· Simplicity—

· Reliability—

· Comfort of Home—

· Constancy—

·  

FUCHSIA

 

· Right relationships—right rapport, association, or bond

· Compassion—sympathy, concern, or care

· Joy—delight, happiness, pleasure

· Heart of flesh—spirit or mind of flesh

· Passion for Jesus—zeal or delight for Jesus

· The Bridegroom’s heart—a man’s heart who just married or about to be

·  

GOLD

 

· Glory—credit, splendor, beauty, or praise

· The God Head—Father God, Son Jesus, and Holy Spirit

· Righteousness—virtue, morality, uprightness, or honesty

· Mercy—compassion, sympathy, understanding, or kindness

· Trial by fire—test or hearing by discharge

· Innocence of soul—the absence of guilt for the soul

· Purity—the virtue and innocence

· Holiness of Life—the state or quality of being holy in life

· Christmas—Christian festival celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ

· Epiphany—Christian festival observed on Jan. 6th, celebrating the divine manifestation of  Jesus Christ through the

Three Wise Men’s visit.

· Easter—Christian festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ

· The Ascension—the rising of Jesus Christ from earth to heaven after the Resurrection

· Trinity Sunday—the Sunday eight weeks after Pentecost when Christian celebrate the doctrine of the Trinity.

· The Transfiguration—the radiant appearance of Jesus Christ on the mountaintop, before three of his disciples.

 Christian festival that commemorates the Transfiguration observed on August 6th

· All Saints—official recognized people as preeminent for holiness.

· Exodus 37:6

· Daniel 3:5

· Revelation 21:21b

· 2 Chronicles 2:7,14

· Nehemiah 3:8

GRAY

 

Pearl

· Ashes—ruins or remains

· Humility—the quality of being modest or respectful

· Mourning—grief or sorrow

· Sadness—

· Wisdom—

· Old Age—

· Genesis 31:10, 12

· Proverbs 20:29

· Isaiah 46:4

· Hosea 7:9

GREEN

 

Chrysoprase (chalcedony)

Emerald (beryl)

Jasper

Opal

Peridot (chrysolite)

· Praise—admire, admiration, glorify, or worship

· New Beginning

· Prosperity—wealth, affluence, richness, or success

· Mercy—compassion, sympathy, understanding, or kindness

· Harvest—to gather, collect, or reap

· God’s holy seed—God’s beginnings

· Spring—the season for growth and movement

· Triumph of life over death—the success or victory of life more than death.

· Charity—help, support, and act of kindness

· Hope—looking forward to something; faith

· Epiphany and Trinity Celebration Seasons

· Psalm 92:14

· Psalm 57:8

· Psalm 52:8

· Psalm 37:2

· Psalm 37:35

· Hosea 14:6

· Leviticus 13:49

ORANGE

 

· Passion—zeal or delight

· Power—authority, control, rule

· Fire—flame

· Harvest Season—sowing and reaping time

· Fruitfulness—abundance or success

· Joy—delight, happiness, pleasure

·  

PURPLE

 

· Royalty—the state of being royal: relating to sovereign

· Imperial Power (God the Father) - regal, majestic, grand in power

· Wealth—riches, prosperity, assets

· Name of God

· Kingdom Authority—sovereignty of power

· The Promises of God—pledge given, or oath from God

· Dominion—power control

· John 19:2

· Judges 8:26

· Exodus 28:8 ; 25:4

· Esther 1:6

· Judges 8:26

· Number 4:13

· Proverbs 31:22

· Mark 15:17, 21

RED

 

Scarlet

Crimson

· Blood of  Jesus, the Person of Jesus—The Son of God, the life and essence

· The Cross—Jesus was crucified on

· War—battle between good and evil

· Covenant of Grace— agreement, contract, or promise of grace

· Sin—transgression, wrongdoing

· The Wrath of God—fury or anger of God

· Judgment—verdict, decision, or ruling

· Redemption—salvation, exchange, rescue

· Martyred saints—a person put to death for adhering to belief

· Love—feel affection for, adore, worship

· Hate—extreme dislike, disgust or detest

· Sovereign Power—supreme ruler of power

· Pentecost—the 7th Sunday after Easter observed as a church festival

commemorating the descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles.

· Joshua 2:18,21

· Leviticus 14:52

· Revelation 6:4

· Psalm 75:8

· Matthew 16:2

· Genesis 25:25,30

· Exodus 26:14

· Leviticus 13:49

· 2 Kings 3:22

· Isaiah 1:18

· Zechariah 1:8

SILVER

 

· The Word of God—utterance, sound, or speech coming from God, Jesus the second person of the Trinity

· Redemption—salvation, exchange, rescue

· Righteousness—virtue, morality, up righteousness

· Strengthened Faith—increase in faith, or made stronger

· Wisdom—understanding, insight, good judgment

· Purity—cleanliness, spotlessness

· Proverbs 2:1-5

· Genesis 44:8

· Exodus 27:17

· 1 Chronicles 28:14

TURQUOISE

 

· River of God—stream, canal, or brook coming from God

· Sanctification—consecration, dedication, or blessing

· Healing—curative, remedial, or curling

· Life-given flow of the Holy Spirit—our existence

· The New Jerusalem—a novel or fresh Jerusalem

· Exodus 28:18

· Exodus 39:11

· Esther 1:6

· Ezekiel 28:13

VIOLET

 

· Love—feel affection for, adore, worship

· Truth—the state of reality and genuineness

· Passion—feeling of zeal or rage

· Suffering—misery, anguish, or pain

·  

WHITE

 

· Salvation—deliverance, rescue, escape

· Victory—conquest, triumph, success, to win

· Peace—calm, concord, quietness, silence, harmony

· Angels—more than one angel

· The Bride of Jesus Christ of the church or believer in Christ who is about to wed their bridegroom, Jesus

· Glory—the presence of God

· Joy—delight, happiness, pleasure

· Innocence of Soul—the absence of guilt for the soul

· Purity—the virtue and innocence

· Holiness of Life—the state or quality of being holy in life

· Purity—the virtue and innocence

· Christmas—Christian festival celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ

· Epiphany—Christian festival observed on Jan. 6th, celebrating the divine manifestation of  Jesus Christ through the

Three Wise Men’s visit.

· Easter—Christian festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ

· The Ascension—the rising of Jesus Christ from earth to heaven after the Resurrection

· Trinity Sunday—the Sunday eight weeks after Pentecost when Christian celebrate the doctrine of the Trinity.

· The Transfiguration—the radiant appearance of Jesus Christ on the mountaintop, before three of his disciples.

 Christian festival that commemorates the Transfiguration observed on August 6th

· All Saints—official recognized people as preeminent for holiness.

· Leviticus 16:4,32

· 2 Chronicles 5:12

· Daniel 7:9

· Ecclesiastes 9:8

· Zechariah 6:3

· Matthew 17:2

· John 20:12

· Revelation 6:2

· Revelation 19:7,8

WINE

 

· New Wine—fresh wine

· The Cup of the New Covenant—the blood of Jesus

· Blessings—approval, good thing

· Rejoicing—joy, triumph, pride, delight

· Blood of Jesus—the life of Jesus, the New Covenant Ratify

· Atoning Blood—Jesus’ Blood shed on the Cross (NT), Animals’ Blood (OT)

· Surrender— admit defeat, submit or yield

· The fellowship of Christ’s suffering—partnership of his pain, joint venture (shared in )

· Matthew 26:27-29

· Mark 14:23-25

· Luke 22:17-20

· Revelation 14:18

· Revelation 18:13

YELLOW
 
(yellow)

 

· Glory revealed—wonder & beauty exposed, discovered, open  (see color gold)

· Celebration—party, festival, or gala

· Joy—delight, happiness, pleasure

· Infernal Light—hellish, damnable light

· Degradation—the great shame brought about by loss of status, reputation, or self-esteem.

· Jealousy—resentment, distrust, envy

· Treason—treachery, betrayal

· Deceit—trickery, cheating, dishonesty

· Leviticus 13:36

· Psalm 68:13

· Revelation 9:17

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