This brightly colored 100% nylon porch/garden flag is 42" high x 27" wide. Itcarries the text In God We Trust, which is abreviated from: In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do unto me (Psalm 56:11).
The image consists of the traditional 10 Commandment tablets, with a Crown on top, and a Lion on each side of the tablets. The Crown is incorporated on top because Torah scrolls have a crown. The Jewish people consider the Torah (Five Books of Moses) their royal heritage. The Hebrew phrase "Keter Torah" means "Crown of Torah". The Crown symbolizes the Word of God is worthy of royal treatment. The unpronounceable Name of God is usually inscribed on the Crown.
A single lion is always the symbol of the tribe of Judah (Genesis 49:9, Jacob blessing his sons), but a single lion can also be the symbol for the tribe of Dan (Deuteronomy 33:22, Moses blessing the tribes). A single "Lion of Judah" has become the symbol for Israel. The flag of Jerusalem has a single Lion of Judah. However when the Ten Commandments are represented there are two lions, which refers to the equal importance of the blessings of Jacob and of Moses. No rod is included.
Red Letter: Yes
Version: King James Version
Publish Date: 3/1/2012
Text Size: 10
Dimensions(W x H x L): 7.7" X 2.8" X 10.2
Vendor: New Leaf Publishing Group
Author: Morris Dr Henry