Our Logo, a symbol of His Grace and has its roots in Zechariah 4:1-7.

The Golden Lampstand with the Seven Lamps appeared to the prophet Zechariah in a vision. A symbol of God’s abilities to destroy the mountain of opposition at the time of the rebuilding the Temple. The Headstone comes forth at shouts of  “Grace, Grace unto it”.  The Holy Spirit makes this Grace available to His people as He brought forth the headstone, which is Jesus, the Chief Corner Stone (Zech. 3: 9-10).                                           In the New Testament we see Jesus in the midst of the Lampstand (Rev. 1:12-16).  In Rev. 3:1 He has the Seven Spirits of God.    In Revelations 4:5, the prophet John, caught up to Heaven saw the Seven Lamps of fire, which are the Seven Spirits of God.    In Isaiah 11:1-2, we see a prophecy, which speaks of the fullness of the Deity  Dwelling in the Lord Jesus Christ (Col 2:9-10, Rev. 3:1).   Jesus being the Head of the Church is the One who makes available His Grace and/or ability to fulfill His desires for us through His Seven Spirits (Ministries). The Seven Spirits of God depicted in the Isaiah text as:   The Spirit of the Lord being the Trunk or the Source for all the others manifestations of His Spirit  The first set of branches are the Spirit of Wisdom and the Spirit  of Understanding.  The second set is the Spirit of Counsel and the Spirit of Might.  The third set is the Spirit of Knowledge and the Fear of the Lord ;Exodus 25:31-40, Isaiah 11:1-2   Which are send out to the whole earth             (Zech. 4:10).

 In Rev. 1:20, Jesus explains the mystery of the Seven Golden Lampstand, which are the “Seven Churches” the manifestations of His Grace working through His people to make known His Love. The olive branches represent the Father and the Son (Col. 2: 2-3).  Which is the Holy Spirit (John 14: 23); The oil represents the power of the Holy Spirit, who is the Life and Light of the believers. The Cross-is the symbol of the righteous of  the Righteous dying for the unrighteous.

 Jesus, the perfect Lamb of God was sacrificed for the ungodly.  Hebrews 9:12  teaches; “With His own blood He entered the Most Holy Place once for all, having obtained eternal redemption”   

And of His Fullness we have received:

“And Grace for Grace.”  (John 1:16)