The Lord of Hosts, the Mighty One of Israel, declares... "I will get relief from my foes and avenge myself on my enemies. " --Isaiah 1:24

Proclaim the power of God, Whose Majesty is over Israel, whose power is in the skies. You are awesome, O God, in Your sanctuary, the God of Israel gives strength and power to His people.--Psalm 68:34-35

Mighty One of Israel (Crown)
His Majesty is over Israel (Pillow)

The Star of David on the Pillow represents Israel.

Dove shaped signets are symbols of protection of the Spirit.

Blue stones represent God's eye of grace (blue representing both grace and divine revelation or heaven.Psalm 121:4 "Indeed, He who watches over Israel will neither slumber nor sleep."

Numbers 15:37-41 speaks of tassels and represents them as meaning "holiness to the Lord" and reminds us to remember His covenants.

Rose stone represents the coming Messiah.

Twelve pillars around the crown represent the twelve tribes of Israel (Exodus 24:4).

The grapes are from Genesis 49:22 where Joseph is spoken of as a fruitful vine. We see them as being prophetic, looking ahead. Isaiah 5:1 is the story of a vineyard that yielded only bad fruit.

Stones on the crown are in the tabernacle colors, especially from the accounts of Exodus 28:5 and Exodus 26:1. Red is the color of man (adam means 'red earth'); blue is the color of heaven or of divine revelation; purple is listed between them in the scriptural accounts. Purple is a blend of red and blue and also connotes royalty. Gold represents deity. White represents purity or holiness.

Pearls are both gems befitting a king and gems that symbolize God's chosen people, an especially valued treasure, rare and unique in the world.

The crown not only honors the God of Israel but it also does warfare against the spirit of Haman which seeks to destroy the Jews.

Redeemer King
This silver crown carries ten red jewels,
signifying the completeness of
the work of redemption.

Fans represent victory.

Unnamed Crown

This oriental style crown is meant to lift up proclamations against the spirit of Islam.

Crown of Thorns

Honor is given by this crown to the suffering of Messiah. The black pillow represents the hide of the scapegoat, sent out from the camp bearing the sins of Israel. It is surrounded by pearls and a red cord, showing that the blood of the covenant will gather all God's people (pearls).
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