This seal is believed to have been made and used by the early Jewish believers, who called themselves “Nazarenes” and founded the Jerusalem Assembly – the first Messianic Congregation.
Considering beyond the historical weight of the symbol, this Messianic Seal proclaims to everyone in the whole world the Jewishness of Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus Christ), and the obvious Jewish foundation and roots of the Ekklesia (congregation) founded in His Name.
The "Messianic Seal," has been adopted and considered as an emblem of many Messianic believers. It consists of a fish emblem, or vesica pisces, surmounted by a Magen David, and topped with a Menorah. The menorah is one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith. The seven branched candelabra, which is the seven arms likely represented the seven days of creation. This was also the seven golden lampstand seen by apostle John in the book of Revelation.