Palm Branch is a Christian emblem that depicts victory as well as a martyr who gives his or her life for the sake of faith in God. The Palm Branch is a sign of resurrection that portrays supreme triumph over death and is frequently depicted in the hands of Jesus Christ. When Jesus entered Jerusalem, … Read more
The pelican is a solely Christian emblem that represents atonement and redemption through symbolizing Jesus Christ’s sacrifice. The pelican is reported to puncture its breast to save its young ones from famine by feeding them with its blood. The bird, as the personification of self-sacrifice, came to be compared to Christ, who willingly gave up … Read more
God’s might is symbolized by this Christian emblem. The horn is symbolic of domination, power, triumph, fierceness, strength, wisdom, dignity, prosperity, and glory, as it is the primary means of defense and assault for most animals. The anointing of David as King is symbolized by an oil horn, and the seven horns of the Ram … Read more
The Christian circle is a symbol of eternity.
The Bible is a collection of religious texts or scriptures revered by Christians, Jews, Samaritans, and others. It is published in the form of an anthology, which is a collection of texts written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek.
The bread and wine symbolize Christ’s flesh and blood. Drinking wine or eating bread is frequently associated with being holy or doing something similar to God or Jesus.
The Star of David is a six-pointed star made up of two interlocking triangles, one pointing above and the other downwards. It bears the name of King David and is seen on the Israeli flag. While the Star of David is most commonly associated with Judaism and Israel, many Christians identify with it as well.The … Read more
The Trinity is represented by the Borromean Rings.In Christianity, the Trinity is represented by a variety of symbols. The Christian trinity is symbolized by the Borromean Rings, which are three interlocking circles. “Trinity” is derived from the Latin noun “Trinitas,” which means “three are one.” The trinity is the concept that God is one Being … Read more
This heraldic cross is made up of four Latin Crosses positioned at right angles to one another, with their tops pointing north, south, east, and west, representing the cross’ message reaching the four corners of the earth. The Cross crosslet, like the Jerusalem Cross, is a symbol for worldwide Gospel preaching, earning it the nickname … Read more
The two crossbars are towards the top of a double cross. The plaque nailed to Jesus’ cross is represented by the upper one, which is shorter.