Using self-discipline as a safeguard
Safety GlassWisdom that keeps one safe; see “glass”
Safety LampThe light of wisdom that guides one to safety; see “lamp”
Safety PinUsing tact in a difficult situation; see “pin”
Safety Valveİndicates a need for relief from pent-up emotion or pressure; a warning to check it out, if literal
Safety PinSomething in one’s life needs to be held together.
BeltShows type and amount of self-control; truthfulness; research the color and type; see “abdomen”
Belt1. Ancient symbol of authority, victory. 2. Austerity (“tighten our belts”). 3. Punishment. 4. Constriction between subconscious feelings (stomach) and conscious intellect (head) if the belt is too tight. 5. Wealth (loosening).
Seat Belt1. Need for security. 2. Need for restraint in one’s actions and emotions. 3. Desire or inclination to take unnecessary risks (not using).
BeltThis is symbolic of truth, Eph. 6:11. A belt is also symbolic of an attachment to something, Jer. 13:11
Black BeltAn expert in spiritual warfare
Conveyor BeltA symbol of being taken in a direction outside of your will and control
The Sword-belt hanging from the NeckIf a person sees a sword-belt handing from his neck in such a manner that the sword hangs on the ground, it means he will wield power proportionate to the length of the sword. But will at the same time be incapable of discharging his duties as a result of…