My Reigning People
My Reigning People
My Reigning People
My Reigning People
My Reigning People

My Reigning People

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Swing Flags (for pairs, order Left & Right)


My Reigning People
Love to Worship® custom design,
visible on both sides (front and back) © 2020

Swing Flag (no rod or dowel)


100% silk satin silk (real Mulberry silk), heavy weight,
front with natural sheen and matt on the reverse


●  left:  YHWH on the right (forward facing)
●  right:  YHWH on the left (forward facing)

●  can be used as a single flag




Suited for declaring sovereignty and the church moving forward. 
Use with the sound of water (you can use water bottles). 

Inspiration.  In Hebrew thinking the biblical calendar contains prophetic declarations for each month as in Hebrew the symbol for a number is also a letter, a sound and a word.  Each biblical month is associated to a tribe of Israel.  That means the prophetic words spoken over that tribe are prophetic words also spoken over the month with which that tribe is associated.  In addition the history of that tribe as recorded in the scriptures provides for a prophetic meaning over that month (based on the spiritual principle discussed in Revelation that a testimony is a prophecy (Revelation 1:2-3).  

In that context I had bought three anointing oils in Tishrei 5778 (autumn 2018) at a prophetic gathering.  The oils were named after the tribes and were meant one for each month in the biblical calendar.  One was for Tishrei, the month associated with the tribe of Ephraim, the second for Cheshvan (associated with Manasseh) and the third for Benjamin (associated with Kislev). 

While travelling home from the prophetic gathering I tested the anointing oils for Ephraim (Tishrei) and Manasseh (Cheshvan) and noted that although they were quite different fragrances they nevertheless merged into a single composite fragrance, undistinguishable.  I then tried the anointing oil for Benjamin (Kislev) and that fragrance kept clearly separate i.e. I could smell it distinctly as a separate fragrance from the composite fragrance of the other two.   I thought that timing might have played into this (I had applied them one after the other and waited in between applications to experience their aroma).  So this time I applied all three oils at the same time - the same happened: Ephraim and Manasseh merged into a composite fragrance but the fragrance for Benjamin stayed distinctly separate.  

Then the Spirit released the following revelation:  Ephraim and Manasseh represent the Church.  Both, Ephraim and Manasseh were born of an Egyptian woman and hence were not Jewish but Jacob adopted them as his sons and they became sons of Israel by adoption.  So likewise the non-Jewish church, although not of natural [Jewish] descent, has been adopted as sons into the family of G-d.  The two tribes represent different parts of the non-Jewish church:  Ephraim represents the part of the church that receives salvation and seeks G-d's spirit whereas Manasseh represents the part that receives salvation but then rejects G-d's spirit and goes its own way.  This is reflected in their recorded destiny:  Out of Ephraim came Joshua who led G-d's people into the Promised Land (Moses from the tribe of Levi, representing Pharisaic Jews did not get entry), whereas Manasseh, though also being promised a portion within the Promised Land decided to remain beyond the Jordan i.e. outside of the Promised Land, never reaching its full destiny.  

The fragrances reflected this:  while the fragrances for Ephraim and Manasseh are very different they perfectly mingle to produce a composite fragrance the parts of which one could not distinguish anymore. 

On the other hand, Benjamin represents Messianic Jews.  They, like the Church, have received salvation but Benjamin's root is different.  That is why they are grouped with the other two tribes into the 'Messianic quarter' yet the fragrance of the oil remained distinct and did not mingle.  

The same is reflected in the blessings of Moses:  Ephraim and Manasseh are merged as Moses proclaims the blessing over the tribes of Joseph (and the only ones which impact the nations), Benjamin remains separate but grouped with them and totally loved by G-d. 

The symbols.  Out of this revelation of adoption into the sonship of Israel and acceptance of Yeshua HaMashiach the design was born.  The three stars of David represent the three Messianic tribes of Ephraim, Manasseh and Benjamin (i.e. all three tribes accept Yeshua HaMashiach).

The golden bars represent the boundary between the heavenly realms and and the earth realm.  The golden bars are laced with salt crystals (representing covenant), rubies (representing atoning blood) and emeralds (representing life).  
The earth is represented by G-d's name (יהוה i.e. YHWH) in red marble as the scriptures say that all the earth belongs to G-d.
The blue stripes connecting heaven and earth lean on the designs of a tallit (a prayer shawl) as through the prayers of the Church the heavens and the earth are changed. 

The three Messianic tribes are the Reigning People who through theirs prayer and prophetic decrees speak from the heavenly realm into the earth.  

Revelation 20:4, 20:6
Then I saw thrones, and the people sitting on them had been given the authority to judge ... and they reigned with HaMashiach (Christ) for a thousand years. ... [and] they will be priests of G-d and of HaMashiach (Christ) and will reign with him a thousand years. 

Psalm 24:1
The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it. The world and all its people belong to him.

Revelation 1:2-3
For the principle of a testimony becoming a prophecy:  This is his report of the word of G-d and the testimony of Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus Christ). G-d blesses the one who reads the words of this prophecy to the church, and he blesses all who listen to its message and obey what it says, for the time is near.

For the blessing over Ephraim and Manasseh see Deuteronomy 33:13-17.

For the blessing over Benjamin see Deuteronomy 33:12.

Why choose us?

Become a carrier of the promise

G-d's spirit promised us that he would release the fragrance of heaven when we use the flags with design (see The Promise in the About us section). 
You are covered by that promise - worship with flags that have a design and expect the release of Heavens' Fragrance. 

Bringing Heaven to Earth

The colours, patterns and designs are all heaven-inspired, often depicting or reflecting scenes, visions or encounters we had with heavenly beings such as angel dancing, bathing in the river of love or being taken up to look at Mount Zion in the north.  

As you use the swing flags you declare the reality of those very places - be prepared to encounter them for yourself. 

Warriors readying for Battle

We know that in worship and intercession we are battling fiercely and our swing flags need to withstand vigorous usage.  With that in mind all our swing flags are made of luxurious heavyweight silk satin ideal for the stronger and powerful worshipper engaging in battle.Silk satin has a natural sheen like the polished bronze shields used by the mightiest warriors and a natural strength to withstand great forces.