Sivan Prophetic Worship Flag

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Sivan is the 3RD month of the Hebrew monthly calendar, but the 9th month on its civil calendar and correlates to our Roman calendar from mid May-June. Sivan is the month associated with God speaking from Mount Sinai in the fire and glory cloud of His Presence, the giving of the Torah and Ten Commandments which is God’s Revelation to us, and Pentecost is a time to celebrate Gods provision of the wheat harvest with FirstFruits during the Feast of Weeks, and then the pouring out Holy Spirit Power as fire on the new church . So it is a month of alignment with God, of experiencing His mercy & provision and receiving boundries and a time to seek revelation.

Sivan is associated with the Tribe of Zebulun. Zebulun was known for their excellence in business and the prosperity in the marketplace . So it is a month for the entrepreneur and business person to excel. When God ordered the tribes to camp around the Tabernacle, He established “the camp of Judah” on the east side where the door of the tabernacle faced and camped with him were Issachar and Zebulun.

The Hebrew Letter associated with Sivan is ZAYIN, which pictures receiving mercy for completion.

The constellation of Gemini, the twins is associated with Sivan and is a picture of the two stone tablets of the Ten Commandments and also to remember that God had to give them twice, so let us listen carefully and obey quickly the first time He speaks.

The stone for Sivan is the diamond, the hardest stone that is able to withstand the attacks upon it. It is a symbol of marriage, and reminder to let the revelation Light of God in.

The imagery on the flag is of Mt Sinai with the glory fire cloud that was around it when God spoke to Moses and gave the Torah. Written upon it is Shavuot, to remind us the giving of Torah and the seven Weeks between Passover and Pentecost. Coming out of that fire of God is a dove on fire to represent the Day of Pentecost in the New Testament. In the constellation corner are two stone tablets representing Gemini. The background is white for the white diamond.