All Flags on Spin Tubes
Flags on Spin Tubes
Our Flags on Spin tubes come in a variety of colors, sizes and styles.
Please scroll down to see our large selection of Worship and Praise Flags. We network with many different artisans, and each ministry has its own particular anointing. We are sure that you will be able to find the perfect flag to worship the Lord with. Your flag will be on a free-flowing spin tube that goes over the pole and the flag attaches to it. This will greatly increase the number of movements you can make with your flags. Each Flag is made from the highest quality fabric. Each flag comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We attempt to get every order out within 2 weeks of receiving it, sometimes a much shorter time. We mail Priority Mail which is 2-3 day delivery after it leaves us.
Explanation of Flags
The words: banners, flags and standards are used interchangeably throughout all modern translations of the Bible; their basic meanings are the same.
Standard: Hebrew word: Degal #1714 daw-gal’ to flaunt, a flag, banner, standard. Be conspicuous, chiefest. Banner: #5251 Nace: a flag, a signal, sign, standard. From #5264 to gleam from afar. to be conspicuous as a signal to raise up a banner. Heb./Greek Dictionary Banner: A flag, ensign or standard. A banner used at the top of a pole to mark a rallying point esp. in battle or to serve as an emblem. Something established by authority or custom or general consent. A cloth, usually bearing emblems or figures, born on a staff, and employed to distinguish one party or nationality from another (Webster’s Dictionary).
Flag is a relatively modern word. The word flag used in Bible days meant weeds or rushes that grew along the water. Today flag means a small banner; any size or shape of cloth attached a pole of some kind. The pole of the ancient standards were made up of a tree branch, as was the cross. Jesus spoke these words describing the manner Jesus would die (Lifted up on a tree). 1st.Peter 2:24 Who Himself bore our sins in His own body on the tree, that we, having died to sins, might live for righteousness–by whose stripes you were healed. NKJV. We can parallel this lifting of the standard as a type of memorial to Jesus. Our declaration about Him is on the fabric at the top of the pole. He hung on a tree (pole) in order that we might be saved and have eternal life. We don’t usually think about this definition as we lift our banners in celebration.
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