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– HIS LOVE IS REVOLUTIONARY –

The White Rose: 
White symbolizes purity, redemption, newness of life (washed white as snow). 

Roses possess such beauty and fragrance. We too possess the beauty and fragrance of our Redeemer when we have been washed in His Revolutionary Love.

The rose also symbolizes the Father as the Gardener and Tender to our souls. He tends to us as a gardener does his treasured garden–Committed to creating in it, new life and beauty. God is our Eternal Gardener, loving tending to His creations through times of difficulty and even pruning when necessary in order to bring new life, beauty, fullness and restoration. One must also take note of the Rose of Sharon in the Song of Solomon. More revelation of the white rose image soon to come.

The Fire:
The fire symbolizes the Fire of God–its refining ability within us. Though fire in the natural can be devastating it often brings forth new life. This is what He does within us. What we may see as devastation in our lives God redeems as the Tender of our souls. It is through His Revolutionary Love devastation becomes new life. 

What was dead is made alive… 

The Opening:
The opening symbolizes the Messiah Jesus as He is spoken of in scripture–as the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Several scriptures will be listed in the future that refer to Jesus in this way. He is the Doorway, the Gate…

The opening is also a symbolism of God’s covering–as the Hebrew people experienced during the Passover. Death and destruction came but they were passed over when The Blood was upon their doorposts. He is our covering, surrounding us at all times.

The Blood:
The dripping red symbolizes The Blood of the Lamb (both in the Old Testament and the New). The Blood is rich–deep with revelation. It symbolizes the Passover the Hebrew people experienced during the times of Moses and it symbolizes the Messiah Jesus as the Passover Lamb today. The Blood of Jesus brings resurrection and Life –- Washing redemption and freedom.

© Codye Reystead, 2017