The main portion of the logo is the ancient royal harp of David. This instrument is referred to as both a lyre and a harp, and there are many scriptures that point to the great importance of the harp to the heart of the Father. “Then I saw something like a sea or large expanse of glass mixed with fire, and those who were victorious over the beast and over his image and over the number corresponding to his name were standing on the sea or large expanse of glass, HOLDING HARPS OF GOD [worshiping Him]” (Revelation 15:2). It is the instrument of the victorious ones who stood until the end, the instrument of victory in the new millennium before the throne of the Great I Am. It is the one instrument in Scripture that tells us drove out demons as David played for King Saul (1 Samuel 16:23). The ten string harp in particular is mentioned as a special instrument of praise and worship to Adonai (Psalm 33:2, Psalm 92:3, Psalm 144:9).
The cords themselves were designed in a way to resemble ten swords with a sharp point as we understand that worship is the highest level of warfare. The Sword in Scripture is the Word of God, “Sharper than any two-edged sword, penetrating as far as the division of the soul and spirit [the completeness of a person], and of both joints and marrow [the deepest parts of our nature], exposing and judging the very thoughts and intentions of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12). Now more than ever we must worship with the Word, directly spoken and being spoken by the Great I Am.
In the center of the harp is written in Hebrew, Amos 9:11, the key verse of VdD7Music. It is like an emergency wake up call in these end times to not only rebuild the Tabernacle of David, but to be it as we ourselves are temples of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19), altars of worship to the King of kings, holy and set apart as witnesses of Yeshua (Acts 1:8).
The ten strings of the harp represent a completed cycle and divine order, the end of one season, time, epoch, or era, and the beginning of a new one. We have just ended one said cycle in the year 5780 and entered into a new one. Ten is the number of people needed to establish a Kehilah (congregation), and also speaks of the ten commandments. The number 10 is represented by the Hebrew letter Yod, the first letter of YHWH, Yeshua, and Jerusalem.
We also see the two ends of the harp as two pillars like those who overcome the world through believing Yeshua is the Son of the Most High in Revelation 3:12, whom Yeshua says He will make a pillar in the Temple of YHWH forever. Indeed the house of Wisdom is supported by seven pillars of which we would be wise to know and perceive (Proverbs 9:1, James 3:17), and it was James, Cephas (Peter), and John who were refuted to be pillars in the Body of Messiah in Jerusalem (Galatians 2:9). When we turn the harp upside down it then becomes a gate, and takes the shape of the Hebrew letter “Hey” which means “look” or “Behold”, to take time and gaze in wonder at the majesty and glory of the Almighty. Behold is used more than 1,500 times in Scripture, and puts a direct emphasis on our eyes and the importance placed on what perspective and lense we see through, namely through the eyes of the Father or the eyes of the world. What’s more, the “Hey” connotes the breath of YHWH that He breathed into man (Genesis 2:7, Psalm 33:6), and the Holy Spirit as when Yeshua reappeared to them after His resurrection, breathed on the disciples, and said “Receive the Holy Spirit” (John 20:22). The harp also becomes a gate in its upside down form, reminding us of Matthew 7:13 that says to go through the narrow gate, Yeshua, Who is Himself the gate, the only way to the Father (John 14:6), by His blood that was shed outside the city gate (Hebrews 13:12) is what allows us to enter boldly and confidently into the Holy of Holies, the throne room of YHWH (Hebrews 10:19) to worship Him in Spirit and truth as the Father is Spirit (John 4:23-24).
Black was used for the color of the harp as a reminder that we are called to be a light in the darkness (John 1:5), and whenever we worship we are being that light in a dark world that will soon be restored to that of light when Yeshua returns and reigns (Matthew 3:3). It is a reminder to submit our flesh to the obedience of Yeshua Who is the Way, the Truth, and the Life (John 14:16). In Him was life [and the power to bestow life], and the life was the Light of men (John 1:4).
The yellow background is associated with fire, which in turn has always been associated with the purification process of believers, like pure gold refined in fire (1 Peter 1:7, Malachi 3:2-4). Yellow also represents we as believers being a golden Menorah constantly lit as we are called to be the light of the world (Matthew 5:14-16). It represents us being in a golden season like the seven golden years of Joseph (Genesis 41), and even though the world is going through a time of economic downturn, we continue to prosper. Just like Joseph who was used as an instrument of Adonai as a savior of Israel working in Egypt, we too live in this world, but not of it, as citizens of heaven for the glory of the Most High for His kingdom come and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven (Matthew 6:10). Yellow also represents abundance, fulfillment, power, courage, wisdom, clarity, light, and a fullness of creativity. Yellow reminds us that no matter the time nor the season, that The silver is mine, the gold is mine saith the Lord of Hosts (Adonai Tzeva’ot) (Haggai 2:8).