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Spiritual meaning of brown, bronze by Carol Nemitz

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Spiritual meaning of brown, bronze by Carol Nemitz

BROWN: Yellow and Black attributes: the HUMILITY of Yielding to the Carpenter of the Soul. This is the color of Jesus’ garments on earth: HUMILITY. The color of the Shepherd’s garments. This is the color of WOOD. The color of the Shepherd’s ROD and STAFF that comfort His people with His correction. The Shepherd’s SLING and STONES to kill giants are the preferred weapon of choice for our safety. This is the color of the GOOD BROWN GROUND that is ready for His SEEDS. The wheat is brown, the bread is brown, the vine is brown, raisins are brown, badger skins are brown, the wood inside the furniture of the temple is brown. As the Carpenter He creates His Banqueting Table, His Ships for catching fish, His Rod of Authority that budded almond flowers and nuts, wood to fuel the fire is brown, and this is the color of the BROWN WOODEN CROSS.

BRONZE or BRASS: stands for the place where we touch this earth: our feet. Everywhere our being touches this earth, it must be through the FIRE OF THE CROSS so that we are crucified to sin and made alive to God’s Kingdom being brought into this earth. Jesus’ Feet are described in Revelation as being burning BRONZE. That is because He walked through the Fire of the Cross for us to lead the WAY to the other side. The other side is walking into God’s very Presence to have a relationship with Him. That was why the veil was split and torn so we could now have entrance into the Holy of Holies. Bronze is the color of the Altar of Sacrifice and the Laver in the First Room of the Tabernacle or Temple. It is also the color of the bases of all the columns or pillars around the outer tent. These pillars have brass bases where they touch the earth and silver redemption on the top of each pillar.

Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and He died and rose again so you could know God and be victorious in this life.
Words in these notes are from the rhema journals of Carol Nemitz. More notes can be found at:
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