"Joseph son of David, don’t be afraid to take Mary as your wife, because the child she carries was conceived by the Holy Spirit."
Birth of Jesus
18 This is how the birth of Jesus Christ took place. When Mary his mother was engaged to Joseph, before they were married, she became pregnant by the Holy Spirit. 19 Joseph her husband was a righteous man. Because he didn’t want to humiliate her, he decided to call off their engagement quietly. 20 As he was thinking about this, an angel from the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, “ Joseph son of David, don’t be afraid to take Mary as your wife, because the child she carries was conceived by the Holy Spirit. 21 She will give birth to a son, and you will call him Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins. ” 22 Now all of this took place so that what the Lord had spoken through the prophet would be fulfilled:
( Emmanuel means “ God with us. ” )
24 When Joseph woke up, he did just as an angel from God commanded and took Mary as his wife. 25 But he didn’t have sexual relations with her until she gave birth to a son. Joseph called him Jesus.
This banner is part of a striking Photo Series Advent Banner Set designed to add a banner to your sanctuary each Sunday of Advent. The beautiful, crystal clear image of a pink candle sitting in holly on this blue banner with "Joy" written at the top in delicate script complements your Advent Wreath. The high-resolution image is digitally printed on elegant poplin fabric. A 3” pole hem in the top and bottom, along with a T-pole cut out in the top allow for quick and easy installation. The banner is 2' x 6'.
The other banners in this set can be found in the Related Products Section below, along with banner stands.
Take a moment to check out all our banners and select others that will work in your sanctuary.
In most instances you may wipe the banner with a damp cloth. For complete care information please consult the care instructions that arrive with with your banner.
Did you know...
Banners in churches have, in the past, been used mainly for processions, inside or outside of the church building. However, the emphasis has, in recent years, shifted markedly towards the permanent or transient display of banners on walls or pillars of churches and other places of worship. A famous example of large banners on display is Liverpool R.C. Cathedral, where banners are designed by a resident artist.
Banners showcase your message anywhere and are perfect for display.