1. Amber Light: This color symbolizes the Fire of God and the
Presence of God in addition to Harvest, Glory, Glory Cloud of Fire, The
Brightness of HIS Presence, Christ as the Glory of God. Some Biblical Scripture
references are: Ezekiel 1:4, 27-28, 8:2, 24:7; Psalm 29:7; Isaiah 4:5; John
4:35; 2 Cor. 4:6; Hebrews 12:29; Revelation 14:15, 21:23. The fire of GOD is
often recognized as an opportunity for YAHWEH to test the faith of HIS people
and HIS faithfulness to walk with us through the fire storms of our lives. The
color is best known through fossilized tree resin (not sap) where 90% of the
world’s resources are found in Russia. Other colors of Amber Resin are
pale lemon yellow, cherry, green, blue and brown. It is used to make jewelry
2. Beryl Light: A usually green or
bluish green hexagonal mineral occurring as transparent to translucent prisms
in igneous and metamorphic rocks. The most prevalent varieties are emeralds and
aquamarines. Other varieties include white, sea-green, light-green, blue-green,
yellow or pink. Aquamarine may be found in Brazil, Madagascar, Kenya, Tanzania,
Mozambique and Nigeria. Biblically these gems are noted in Exodus 28:20 as the
10th Stone on the Priest’s Ephod. In Ezekiel 1:16, 10:9, and 28:13
they are described in Ezekiel’s Wheels; Daniel 10:6 lists this stone in
Daniel’s Vision and in Revelation 21:20 as the 8th foundation stone
in the wall of New Jerusalem.
3. Blue Light: The hue of that portion of
the visible spectrum between green and indigo with wavelengths between 420 –
490. Azure, cerulean, and sky-blue sapphire gemstones. Spiritually the color is
symbolic of Heaven, Spiritual Authority, Revelation of the Holy Spirit,
Integrity, Set apart for God’s purposes, Justice, Heavenly Character, Wealth,
Holy Covering, Loyalty, Divinity, Revelation Knowledge, Grace, Mercy, Royalty,
Priesthood. Blue is the 5th Stone on the Priest’s Ephod: Sapphire which
symbolizes the Tribe of Simeon. The word Simeon means to hear God. Blue is also
symbolic of the 2nd Gate. A sampling of Biblical scriptures: Genesis
1; Exodus 22, 28:3, 39:8; Numbers 4:6, 15:37-41; 2 Chronicles 3:14; Esther
8:15; Isaiah 8:7; Jeremiah 46:7-8; Revelation 21 and 22.
4. Burgundy Light: Spiritual metaphor: New
Wine and may symbolize either red or white wines. A grayish red-brown to dark
blackish-purple color. A sampling of Biblical scriptures: Joel 2:19; Luke 5:38;
5. Bronze or Brass Light: Bronze: Any of various alloys consisting essentially
of copper and tin, the tin content not exceedingly 11 percent. A metallic
brownish color. Brass: Any of various metal alloys consisting mainly of copper
and zinc. A metallic yellow; lemon,
amber, or reddish yellow color. Spiritual application: The Feet of Jesus Christ and HIS Perfect Judgment. A sampling of
Biblical scriptures: Numbers 21:5-10 and Revelation 1:15.
6. Gold Light: A precious yellow metallic
element, highly malleable and ductile, and not subject to oxidation or
corrosion. Symbol: Au; atomic weight: 196.967; atomic number: 79; specific
gravity: 19.3 at 20 degrees Celsius. A monetary standard. Symbolic of money,
wealth, riches. Something likened to this metal in brightness, preciousness,
superiority – as example: a heart of gold. A bright, metallic yellow
color, sometimes tending toward brown. Spiritual metaphors: Divine Nature of
Jesus Christ, Glory, Sacred to God, Faith of the Saints, Refining Process,
Rare, Arrival, Passing the Test, Incorruptible, Pure, Authority, Kingship,
Royalty, Richness, Excellence, Healing, and Compassion. A sampling of Biblical scriptures:
Malachi 3:3; Zechariah 13:9; Matthew 2:11; Acts 3:6; Hebrews 11.
7. Green Light: A color intermediate in the
spectrum between yellow and blue, an effect of light with a wavelength between
500 and 570 nm; found in the nature as the color of most grasses and leaves
while growing, of some fruits while ripening, and of the sea. Spiritual
metaphors: Spiritual and Earthly Prosperity, Full of Life, Wholeness,
Completeness, Refreshing, Growth, Life, New Life, Tree of Life, Rest, Fruitful,
Maturity, Hope, Joy, Bright Promises, Overcoming, Evergreen, Springtime, New
Beginnings, Glory of God and Glory of Saints. Tribe of Reuben, 4th Stone on
Breastplate: Emerald Green, 1st Gate. A sample of Biblical
scriptures: Genesis 1:30; Psalms 23:2, 52:8, 92:12-15; Jeremiah 17:7-8; Song of
Songs 2:1; Isaiah 15:6; Ezekiel 17:24; Mark 8:24; 1 Peter 1:24; Acts 5:30; Revelation
4, 21 and 22.
8. Iridescence Light: A play of lustrous,
changing colors. Spiritual metaphors: Glory of God’s Presence, the Glory Realm.
A sample of Biblical scriptures: Genesis 1; 2 Corinthians 3:17-18; Revelation
21 and 22.
Light: Transition from the nature of our flesh in the earth’s realm to the
Spiritual Realm of God. Spiritual metaphors: Throne of God, Eternal Beauty,
Costly, Adornment. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Ezekiel 11:19; 2 Corinthians
5:16-19; Revelation 21 and 22.
10. Lavender Light: A pale bluish
purple. Spiritual meaning: Generosity, Giving, Kindness, Peace, Rest, Gentleness,
Healing, Sweetness, Overflowing, Extravagant, Abundance, Cleansing Spiritually,
The Waters of Baptism and Fragrant Oil. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Exodus
30:18; John 10:10; 1 Timothy 6:17; 1 John 1:17.
11. Orange Light: A color between
yellow and red in the spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between
590 and 610 nm; reddish yellow. A globose, reddish-yellow, bitter or sweet,
edible citrus fruit. Spiritual metaphors: Apostolic, Perseverance, Forceful
Power, Strong Anointing, Consuming Fire of God, God’s protection, Persecution, Love,
Purification, God’s Vengeance, Angels, Double Portion of Yellow and Red. A
sample of Biblical scriptures: Genesis
19:24; Daniel 3; Hebrews 1:7; Revelation 19:12.
12. Peach/Apricot Light: Peach: The
subacid, juicy, drupaceous fruit of a tree, Prunus
persica, of the rose family. A light pinkish yellow, as of a peach.
Apricot: The downy, yellow, sometimes rosy fruit, somewhat resembling a small
peach, of the tree Prunus armeniaca.
A pinkish yellow or yellowish pink. Spiritual metaphors: Fruit of the Spirit,
Giving, Multiplying, Yielding Harvest, Times and Seasons. A sample of Biblical
scriptures: Genesis 1; Leviticus 19:10; Galatians 5:21-23.
13. Pink Light: A color varying from
light crimson to pale reddish purple. The highest form or degree; prime.
Spiritual applications: Highest or Finest, Healthy, Healing, Fit, Spiritual
Intimacy, To Adorn, To Embellish, Radical, Reconciliation, Restoration, Rose of
Sharon, Passion for Jesus, Worship. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Song of
Songs 2:1 and Revelation 12:1.
14. Purple/Violet Light: Purple: Any
color having components of both red and blue, such as lavender, especially one
deep in tone. Cloth or clothing of this hue, especially formerly worn distinctively
by persons of imperial, royal or other high rank. Deep red; crimson. Violet:
Reddish-blue, a color at the opposite end of the visible spectrum from red, an
effect of light with a wavelength between 400 and 450 nm. Spiritual metaphors: Favor,
Royalty, Kingship of Jesus, Valuable, Honor, Riches, Righteousness, To be
Separated or Hidden, The Heavens, The Habitation of God, Sincerity, Passion for
Jesus, Royalty and Priesthood of Yeshua, Kingly, and Reigning. Tribe of Benjamin:
Son of my Right Hand–Company of Sons. 9th Stone on the Breastplate: Amethyst,
12th Gate. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Exodus 39:8; Judges
8:26; 2 Samuel 7:2; 1 Chronicles 17:1; Esther 1:6; Psalm 104:2; Isaiah 40:60;
Habakkuk 3:7; Matthew 27:37; John 19:2-3; Revelation 21.
15. Red/Scarlet/Crimson Light: Red: Any of
various colors resembling the color of blood; the primary color at one extreme
end of the visible spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between 610
and 780 nm. Crimson: a deep purplish-red. Scarlet: A bright-red color inclining toward orange. Spiritual metaphors and applications: Blood of Jesus, Atonement,
Pentecost, Divine Love, Shield, Sacrifice, Obedience, Consuming Fire, Courage, Boldness,
Warfare/Military Might, Humility, Purification, Sacrifice, Death to Self, New Wine,
Passover, Riches, Cleansing, Praise, Worship. 1st Stone on the Breastplate:
Ruby, Tribe of Judah. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Genesis 9:4-5; Exodus
24:8; Joshua 2:21, 10:25; Nahum 2:3; Haggai 2:4; Zechariah 2:5; Mark 3:11; Luke
12:49; Philippians 2:8-11; 1 John 1:7; Revelation 1:5.
16. Silver Light: A white, ductile
metallic element, used for making mirrors, coins, ornaments, table utensils,
photographic chemicals, conductors, etc. A lustrous grayish white or whitish
gray, or the color of the metal. Sounds: clear and soft. Symbol: Ag; atomic
weight: 107.870; atomic number: 47; specific gravity: 10.5 at 20 degrees
Celsius. A currency standard. Spiritual metaphors and applications: Favor,
Royalty, Redemption, Refining Process, Salvation, Healing, and the Levitical
Priesthood. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Esther 1:6; Psalm 66:10; Isaiah
48:10; Zechariah 3:9; Acts 3:6; Ephesians 1:13-14.
17. Teal Light: A medium to dark
greenish blue. Spiritual metaphors: Holy Spirit, Father’s Love for the Bride of
Christ, Unity, Threefold Anointing of Blue, Green, and Aqua. A sample of
Biblical scriptures: Ecclesiastes 4:12; John 17.
18. Turquoise/Aqua Light: Aqua: A light
greenish-blue color. Turquoise: An opaque mineral, a basic hydrous copper
aluminum phosphate often containing a small amount of iron, sky-blue or greenish-blue
in color, cut cabochon as a gem. Spiritual metaphors: Bride of Christ Jesus,
Christ Jesus’ Love for His Bride, Open Heaven, Life-Giving Flow of the Holy
Spirit, Healing, Sanctification, River of God. A sample of Biblical scriptures:
John 16 and Revelation 22:17.
19. White Light: White: Of the color of
pure snow, reflecting nearly all the rays of sunlight or a similar light. Noun:
A color without the hue at one extreme end of the scale of grays, opposite to
black. A white surface reflects light of all hues completely and diffusely.
Most so-called whites are very light grays: fresh snow, for example, reflects
bout 80 percent of the incident light, but to be strictly white, snow would
have to reflect 100 percent of the incident light. Spiritual metaphors and
applications: Favor, Loyalty, Wholesome, Purity, Light, Glory, Majesty, Wisdom,
Joy, Angelic, Peace, Victory, Holiness, Surrender, Triumph, Righteousness, Unblemished,
Heavenly, Harvest, Spotless, White Linen, Resurrection Power, Completed Work, Endures
Crushing and Fire, Tribe of Gad, 6th Stone on Breastplate, 8th Gate. A sample of Biblical scriptures: Esther 1:6; Daniel 7:9; John 4:35; Revelation
1:14, 2:17, 6:2, 20:11, 21.
20. Yellow Light: Wavelength: 570-590
nanometer. Frequency: 535-505 THz. Yellow has Old English roots meaning both
bright and gleaming. In China, the color yellow symbolizes happiness, glory,
wisdom, harmony and culture. Additional symbolic words describing Yellow Light: Splendor, Reverence,
Abundance, Riches, Victory, Deliverance, Joy, Salvation, Honor, Celebration, Shekinah Glory Revealed, Worship Dance, Fullness
of God’s Glory, Double Portion, Double Blessing, Double Fruitful. It is the
color of the 7th Precious Stone on the Priest’s Breastplate: Ligure or Yellow
Agate symbolic of the Tribe of Ephraim and the 11th foundation stone
in the wall of New Jerusalem. A few Scripture references include: Psalms 62:7,
68:13, 113:4, 138:5, 149, 150; Haggai 2:9; Zechariah 2:5.
Every day we wear colors that resonate frequencies even when we
are not cognizant of their language. When we worship with flags or other
worship instruments, the colors resonate frequencies. Even though we can see
the colors, yet we cannot physically hear the sounds of their frequencies. All worship frequencies send pleasure to