Artist Profile: Charlotte Todd Leonard/ Raised Praise

  • Name:  Beauty of His Holiness/   Psalm 29:2   Worship the Lord in the beauty of His holiness. I created this flag for people to worship the Lord  in his beauty. The colors represent,  purification, holiness.

    Name: Beauty of His Holiness/ Psalm 29:2 Worship the Lord in the beauty of His holiness. I created this flag for people to worship the Lord in his beauty. The colors represent, purification, holiness.

  • Name: Lion of the Tribe of Judah    In Christianity, the Lion of Judah  is used to refer to Jesus Christ. The Lion of Judah is an ancient symbol. The sign represents the Israelite tribe of Judah. It’s seen  throughout the Old Testament.  The Lion of Judah is an  emblem of Jerusalem. It is recognized as  the original tribe  of the Biblical Yehuda or Judah. Traditionally, the tribe is represented by a lion. The symbol dates back to the tribe's patriarch Jacob, who referred to his son Judahas 'Gur Aryeh' or 'the young lion' (Genesis 49:9).

    Name: Lion of the Tribe of Judah In Christianity, the Lion of Judah is used to refer to Jesus Christ. The Lion of Judah is an ancient symbol. The sign represents the Israelite tribe of Judah. It’s seen throughout the Old Testament. The Lion of Judah is an emblem of Jerusalem. It is recognized as the original tribe of the Biblical Yehuda or Judah. Traditionally, the tribe is represented by a lion. The symbol dates back to the tribe's patriarch Jacob, who referred to his son Judahas 'Gur Aryeh' or 'the young lion' (Genesis 49:9).

About Charlotte Todd Leonard/ Raised Praise

Raised Praise bannerflags for worship is a Christian website that raises the praises of Jesus with beautifully designed china silk fabric banners. I sell banners to groups that use them in worship and also train and teach how to design them. I function under a call of God to create for the body of Christ, banners that lift Christ up.
It’s not uncommon for people to rally around a standard, symbol or flag. In expeditions, in the military, where any degree of organization and discipline prevailed, objects such as flags or pennants would mark out the lines and stations of encampment. Marching with flags for standards helped keep order in different bands in battle. It cannot be doubted that flags created with certain meaning often served by reminding men of past resolves, and encourage for the future. It also serves to arouse enthusiasm, honor and personal devotion, patriotism or religion.
A person who studies flags is a vexillologist; a person who designs flags is a vexillographer; and any person who simply likes, admires, or enjoys flags is a vexillophile.

Contact Information:

Phone: 662-312-8391
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Location:

713 Cottonwood Drive
Starkville, Mississippi 39759

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