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Living Word Broadcast - End Time Gospel FAQ Question: What do the Seven Colors of the Rainbow mean?

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“Noah's rainbow composed primarily of seven color. Anybody knows the rainbow's got seven color. Now, what are the color? Red, orange, violet... No, red--red, orange, green, blue, indigo, and violet. That's the color of the rainbow. Now, we got a deep thing here, and I'm just going to have to hit the high spots of it, 'cause it's getting too late. Now, remember, orange…or, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Now, if you notice, seven... Watch. Seven rainbows... Seven color; I mean, seven-colored rainbow. That meant seven bows. Seven bows, seven churches reflecting seven lights, each light wrapped into the other one. It started off with red, red. After red come orange, which is a reflection of red. After orange was... After--after orange come yellow, which is red and orange mixed together, makes yellow. Then green. green and blue makes black. Then come indigo. And then from indigo comes violet, which is part of blue. Oh, oh, oh. Hallelujah. Don't you see? God, in His seven-colored rainbow, His covenant that He made, a covenant that through Seven Church Ages, the seven color He would save the earth.” [Revelation, Chapter Four, Part 2, 61-0101, Jeffersonville, Indiana]

“The red, the red to us is a color of danger. But red also is a color of redemption. Redemption comes through Blood. And God's testified that Blood is, was, and always will be the only resource of redemption. All the way from Eden, all the way through the Scripture, it's the Blood. Without the shedding of Blood, there's no remission of sin.” [Christ 55-0221, Phoenix, Arizona]

“We see Him in the circle bow of green, amber color. This greenish, what does green represent? life. green is the evergreen, always stays green, is life. What does it mean? That God has promised, as He took a oath back there in Genesis, that He would no--put the rainbow in the sky, that He would no more destroy this world by water. He also takes His oath and swears by Himself, that all the Seed of Abraham He'll raise up, and this world will stand all of its shaking judgments.” [Revelation, chapter 4, part 2, 61-0101, Jeffersonville, Indiana]

“This great Forerunner has gone before us, making a way. He become from spirit, the great fountains of the rainbow of God, who had no beginning or no end. He was, forever, God. This ray of Light went forth. It was a ray of love, that's the main one, red. The next color follows, which was blue; blue, the trueness. Next, followed after that was other color, through the seven perfect color, which is the seven spirits of God, that went from that great Fountain or that great Diamond that Jesus spoke of. That great Diamond was chipped, to reflect these color. God was made flesh and dwelt among us, that He might reflect His goodness and mercy among us, by gifts and signs and wonders. That whole big rainbow had become in a theophany, of made in the image like man. Yet, He wasn't a man; He didn't have flesh, yet. He was a theophany.” [Hebrews Chapter Six, Part Three 57-0915M, Jeffersonville, Indiana]

“Red to us speaks of danger. Red is not a good color to us, in the way of speaking worldly. "Red" sometimes means "the--the danger sign." But red, also in the Scriptures speak of redemption. Red has been God's sign of redemption, punishment. Did you notice all the way down through the Scripture from the days of Adam, all the way down through until this day it's been one scarlet streak of red, blood. I often wonder how people can shun the Blood of the Lord Jesus the way they do after they see in His suffering.” [The Waters Of Separation 55-0606, Macon, Georgia]

“In there, we find out that, He had seven varieties of Spirit. Is that right? The Bible said, in the Revelation, that, "The seven Spirits before the Throne of God." Is that right? [Congregation says, "Amen."--Ed.] The seven, manifold, seven Spirit. We find out, there is seven color. There is seven church ages there. Oh, it just runs. Seven is complete, and God was complete. And seven Spirits, and those Spirits were perfect. The first was the color of red; perfect love, redemption. And how, if we had time, to give those color and show that each one of those color represents God's purity. Amen. Those color, there is seven natural color. Those color represents the purity of God. And the... Those color represents the motives of God, the attitude of God. Those seven color, they represented seven church ages, seven stars, seven angels. All through the Scripture, seven ministers, seven messengers, seven messages, all in the sevens. Seven days. Six days, and the seventh is the sabbath; perfect, complete. Oh, it's beautiful, if we just had the time to dig into it and to bring it out, those color!” [Hebrews Chapter Seven, Part Two 57-0922, Jeffersonville, Indiana]

“Take the color red. We take the first color, is red. What is red? Red is one sign of danger. Red is a sign of redemption. And you look at red through red, what color is it? White. That's correct. So when the red Blood was shed, to cover red sin; God, looking through red Blood, look at red sin, it becomes white. The believer can't sin. Certainly not. The Seed of God, the blessings of God, remains on him. God can't see nothing but the Blood of His own Son. No matter what it is in His Church, what it is, God don't see it, because Jesus is making intercessions, constantly, the High Priest. No way for him to sin, when such a Sacrifice is laying there for him, like that. Certainly not. And now if you say, "Well, that gives me a good chance..." Then that shows you're not right. [Hebrews Chapter Seven, Part Two 57-0922, Jeffersonville, Indiana]

“There's three stages of everything. There's a stage of the mortal body, the immortal body, and then the glorified body. See? Just like, other things, like Father, Son, and Holy Spirit goes in one channel, and the three makes the one. Justification, sanctification, baptism of the Holy Ghost in a channel makes the one. And--and soul, body, and spirit makes the one. And it travels in three's, and three's are one. And take a--a three cornered piece of glass and lay it in the sun, it'll reflect the color. Yet seven color will come down to one. And you take red, and look through red at red, how many knows what color it'll be? White. Uh-huh. Isn't that strange that red through red looks white? Red is the sign of redemption. And when you... God looks at our RED sins through the RED blood of His precious Son; they're white. See? So... But He has to look through the Blood. If it doesn't, they are sinful. So we have to be under the Blood.” [Hear His Voice 58-1005m Jeffersonville, Indiana]

Bible References: Genesis 9:13-16; Revelation 4:3, 10:1

[Answers provided by Brother Ken Andes, Minister, Lynden, Washington]



LWB is dedicated to all who are looking for the appearing of the Lord Jesus Christ; to you we owe credit for the materials used herein."Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching."[Heb 10:25]."So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase."[I Cor 3:7]
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