The two men represent Joshua and Caleb, the spies who gave the good report ( Numbers 13:27-30) and the only men of their generation who survived to see the ark of the covenant cross over the Jordan River into the promised land. They are best known for returning from the spy mission with the fruit of the land, but we feel in this time like never before we as the Body of Messiah are being called to manifest the 9 fruits and 9 gifts of the Holy Spirit, carrying the ark of the covenant, the Holy Spirit within us to manifest the Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven.
Their Sandals remind us to be grounded and walking in humility, and to put on the boots of the Gospel of Peace daily (Ephesians 6:15).
The Cherubim atop the ark are a reminder that the angels of YHWH are always protecting us and guarding us, and to seek Adonai in the secret place atop the mercy seat before His throne.
In the Ark is a golden jar which holds the manna, the rod of Aaron that sprouted, and the two stone tablets of the covenant inscribed with the Ten Commandments (Hebrews 9:4), all of which is a reminder of Adonai keeping His promises to the Jewish people, and for us today the promise kept by Elohim to send the Holy Spirit once He had risen to the right hand of the Father (John 16:7).
The white garments
The white garments represent the white robes that very soon a great multitude that no one can count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, will be wearing standing before the throne and before the Lamb. We will be holding palm branches in our hands crying out in a loud voice: “Salvation belongs to our God, who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb” (Revelation 7:9).
The navy blue background represents royalty, a reminder that we as believers are priests and kings (Revelation 1:6), and that we must carry ourselves as such according to the Biblical definition of those titles which is as servants of Adonai and servants of the people.
As we carry the ark of the covenant going 2 by 2 to the nations and back to Jerusalem let the light of Adonai shine forth as we worry not about the giants in the land, but focus instead on the land of milk and honey before us, His promises over each and every one of us, and watch Him tear down the high walls, and destroy every giant on the path towards the fulfillment of those promises. “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous! Do not be terrified or dismayed (intimidated), for Adonai your God is with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9).