This is The Nissi

Raising a Nissi banner represents the decision to trust God, His triumph and his promises.
Download, display, or give the gift of a Nissi at work, church, at home or on the go to share your faith or start conversations that inspire hope!

Over My Family

FAMILY

A Symbol of Covering and Safety over the lives of my family

Over My Home

HOME

A banner of love, generosity, and hope toward my neighbors

Over My Business

BUSINESS

A Statement faith and dependence and commitment to Christ in my work

Over My Community

COMMUNITY

A banner of unity, good will and love in our cities and towns

Over My Church

CHURCH

A symbol Messianic promise of the finished work through the blood of Jesus Christ and the power of the cross for all believer

Over My World

WORLD

A commitment to the great commission of evangelism and the promise of Jesus that if He be lifted up He will draw all men unto Him

The meaning behind the image

This image, in part, represents the blood painted on the doorposts over the Hebrews slaves’ homes during the time of Moses as depicted in Exodus 12:13. The Hebrew people were told to cover their doorposts with the blood of a sacrificed lamb and wait in their home, trusting they would be spared God’s judgment.

The cross underneath the doorposts represents Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross, and the promise of and payment for forgiveness, protection, healing and salvation as depicted in the New Testament Gospels.

Why a banner? In Exodus 17:15, after Joshua defeated the Amalekites, Moses built an altar and proclaimed“The Lord is my Banner”, declaring that the Lord would be at war against their enemy protecting them from generation to generation.

Raising a Nissi banner represents the decision to trust God, His triumph and his promises.

Jehovah-Nissi means the Lord is my banner or refuge.

The Nissi company created their banner as a proclamation of God’s victory, Kingdom and reign here on earth. It represents a believer’s decision to remain under God’s protection as the Hebrews did at Passover, to believe in His protection as a banner in Exodus 17, and to trust in salvation through faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Download, display, or give the gift of a Nissi at work, church, at home or on the go to share your faith or start conversations that inspire hope!

Over My Family

FAMILY

A Symbol of Covering and Safety over the lives of my family

Over My Home

HOME

A banner of love, generosity, and hope toward my neighbors

Over My Business

BUSINESS

A Statement faith and dependence and commitment to Christ in my work

Over My Community

COMMUNITY

A banner of unity, good will and love in our cities and towns

Over My Church

CHURCH

A symbol Messianic promise of the finished work through the blood of Jesus Christ and the power of the cross for all believer

Over My World

WORLD

A commitment to the great commission of evangelism and the promise of Jesus that if He be lifted up He will draw all men unto Him

The meaning behind the image

This image, in part, represents the blood painted on the doorposts over the Hebrews slaves’ homes during the time of Moses as depicted in Exodus 12:13. The Hebrew people were told to cover their doorposts with the blood of a sacrificed lamb and wait in their home, trusting they would be spared God’s judgment.

The cross underneath the doorposts represents Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross, and the promise of and payment for forgiveness, protection, healing and salvation as depicted in the New Testament Gospels.

Why a banner? In Exodus 17:15, after Joshua defeated the Amalekites, Moses built an altar and proclaimed“The Lord is my Banner”, declaring that the Lord would be at war against their enemy protecting them from generation to generation.

Raising a Nissi banner represents the decision to trust God, His triumph and his promises.

Jahovah-Nissi means the Lord is my banner or refuge.

The Nissi company created their banner as a proclamation of God’s victory, Kingdom and reign here on earth. It represents a believer’s decision to remain under God’s protection as the Hebrews did at Passover, to believe in His protection as a banner in Exodus 17, and to trust in salvation through faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Download, display, or give the gift of a Nissi at work, church, at home or on the go to share your faith or start conversations that inspire hope!

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