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The rainbow contains millions of colors that the human eye can’t see. I believe this creates a movement between the colors that we do see. This design element of movement gives our heart and our spirit a sense of hope and excitement. Our spiritual eyes, if open, will be able to see more of the color. Children love this movement, many of them seeing the rainbow as an opportunity to slide. The rainbow is a beacon to heaven.
When you look at the rainbow from above, which is a different perspective, you’ll see a full circle. God can see the rainbow from our perspective on earth as an arch, but He can also see it from above. Our Heavenly Father sees a circle that represents a portal into His heavenly glory.
The color red represents the covering blood of Jesus. Red is the top color of the rainbow, or also the shielding color around the rainbow. The blood of Christ covers us and surrounds us.
I set My rainbow in the clouds, and it shall be a sign of a covenant between Me and the earth.
Genesis 9:13 AMP
The requirement for making a covenant is the shedding of blood. God accepted Noah’s sacrifice of clean animals, the blood that soaked into ground and broke the curse upon the earth. The reason God accepted Noah’s blood sacrifice was because the Father, in His heart, saw the shed blood of His son Jesus. Jesus’ blood was shed from the foundation of the world.
Jesus said, “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end.” The Alpha, the beginning is the Lamb of God slain from the foundation of the world. Rev 13:8, 21:6. The Omega, the end is the Lamb of God on the cross when He said, “It is Finished.” John 19:30.
So here we have God, the designer of galaxies, the designer of us. He became one of us to pay the penalty required to redeem us. He became a part of His own design to show us His love. In the beginning God created. In the beginning was the Word. Then, in the Garden of Eden, we broke the design by disobeying His Word.
Through this disobedience, the Word has been put to death in our heart. But thanks to Jesus, the Word, He came into His design to fix it. The Word became one of us, to show us a life lived in love and in an unbroken relationship with the Father. Jesus was the Word and He obeyed the Word, showing us a life lived in love with healing, signs, wonders, and miracles. Christ rose up again in resurrection power so that the Word could rise up again in our hearts.
When we see how we broke the design and we desire it’s restoration, we can admit this to Jesus in repentance. He will come into our hearts as the Living Word and restore us to His perfect design.
Let’s hold on to God’s design for life, where His grace and His peace overflow.