The Firstborn Cross of
the Chavurat Bekorot
The Firstborn Cross Logo is one of the mystical symbols of the New Covenant Assemblies of Yahweh (NCAY) - and especially the Holy Order or Chavurat Bekorot - and is unique to it. It appears on the Holy Order Banner, the Temple Logo, the Temple Banner and formerly on the Central Banners and on the sceptre of the old NCAY Logo and thus has enjoyed a prominent place in Messianic Evangelical symbology.
This symbol predates the Messianic Evangelical movement in its entirety, was designed by Lev-Tsiyon in the late 1970s. It is therefore the one symbol that has remained constant and unchanged throughout the history of the ministry. As a mystical symbol it is replete with spiritual meanings and is mostly connected with the Temple. On one level it represents the Temple of Solomon, the two chevrons supporting the central rectangle being the pillars of Jachi and Boaz on either side of the main temple entrance.
The logo looks rather like a Russian or Bulgarian zh but is, in fact, two Hebrew Shin's () back to back and somewhat stylised to give symmetry:
This is the in the Name of Yah'shua/Jesus () which represents AHAVAH/AGAPÉ LOVE - the ahavah (love) of Elohim (God) in heaven (the upper ) and the ahavah (love) of Elohim (God) on earth (the lower ).
This page was created on 4 July 1999
Updated on 4 July 1999
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