For obvious reasons, the color of heaven is blue.
For equally obvious reasons, the color of love is red.
The natural color of God's plan is white. White, the brightest color, has always been the color of joy, and victory. It proclaims that all is and will be well.
Since the colors are three, and because they are inseparable-on account of their shape you cannot take one away and still have a flag-the flag also reminds us that "we were made to be a family."
And there is more:
The overarching blue-where the sky belongs-reminds us that heaven is our overarching belief. After all, both love and God's plan have as their purpose our preparation for heaven.
That love is on the left is a reminder that love is next among the beliefs that make sense of our life; it explains why we need to prepare for heaven: God is giving us a chance to be involved in our own creation, to become our own person; and this we do by growing in the love that will let us share God's life most richly.
Then comes God's plan that makes sense of things beyond our choosing. Knowing how we will respond to what He sends, God is working with us to prepare us to become the people that He wants us to be.
The three colors together call to mind what we need to remember when God's plan seems to us unfair: God is making us the family wherein all of us will be richer for the holiness of each of us.
It is also worth noting that the shape of love resembles an arrowhead-itself a symbol of action-pointing upwards, while the symbol for God's plan resembles a mountain, the rock on which we stand secure.
Finally, blue, red, and white, or as they are better known, red, white, and blue, are also known as the colors of freedom-which is exactly what you get from faith.