1. The MLT Logos
The Mishpachah Lev-Tsiyon (MLT) Logo may be described as two logos-in-one reflecting the two different aspects of the MLT mission. The first, an adaptation by Deborah Peterson of the old NCAY Logo designed by Lev-Tsiyon, depicts Yah'shua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) as a rampant Lion of Judah carrying the sword of the Ruach haQodesh (Holy Spirit) and the Sceptre of Authority. The second, the Living Olive Menorah (formerly known and adopted as the B'rit Chadashah Logo in 1996), was given in vision by Yahweh to Lev-Tsiyon to depict the Living Set-Apart Talmidim or Disciples of Yah'shua (Jesus) observing the Seven Annual Festivals of Yahweh, filled with the Sevenfold Ruach haQodesh (Holy Spirit) and the original seven founding members. The current version was designed by Deborah Peterson. The caption 'Mishpachah Lev-Tsiyon' on the top is the Hebrew for 'Family of the Heart of Zion' and the caption 'Kadosh La Yahweh' is the Hebrew 'Set-Apart to Yahweh' ('Holiness to the LORD'). The logo appears on a graded field of black and blue, two of the principle colours of Zion.
The logo also appears without the two captions (below):
and with the lions reversed (a design suggested by a member) as better representative of Yah'shua defending the qodeshim (saints, set-apart ones):
A simplified logo containing a lion superimposed on the living menorah has also been used and popular with two background versions consisting either of plain blue or of graded blue and black:
Mishpachah Lev-Tsiyon (MLT) was, for a time, the name for the whole ministry of New Covenant Assemblies of Yahweh (NCAY) but latterly became exclusively used of the Central Congregation and World Headquarters located in Sweden. It is on this account that MLT and NCAY banners and logos sometimes get interchanged. MLT is a Chavurat Bekorot (Holy Oder) congregation and therefore a little different from the Metropolitan Assemblies and Local Branches and Missions of NCAY.
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Updated on 9 March 2017
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