In Judaism palm branches are symbolic for peace and plentifulness.
I believe that God is saying that Palm Harbor is going to be a Harbor of peace and plentifulness.Isaiah 60 says that the “Nations will come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn. “Lift up your eyes and look about you: All assemble and come to you; your sons come from afar, and your daughters are carried on the arm. Then you will look and be radiant, your heart will throb and swell with joy; the wealth on the seas will be brought to you, to you the riches of the Nations will come."
In this teaching we are going to deal with two things: "fear not” and "faith that moves mountains".These things are applicable in everyone's live. It doesn't matter where we come from; we are all going through it someway, somehow and with someone. Do not fear! The bible is very clear on saying: "fear not!” When fear knocks on your door, let faith answer and you will find that there is nobody there. Fear not! That is what the Lord says: "FEAR NOT!" Do not be afraid. We must understand that fear and the fear of the Lord are two different things. We are not talking now about the fear of the Lord, but we are talking about fear that comes to manipulate and control. This fear comes to suck the very life of God, the purpose God and destiny of God out of you. It comes to take charge of your mental capacity, to take charge of your thoughts and imagination and make them "junkified." There is no such thing as healthy fear. Some people will tell you that being afraid of bees is a healthy fear. Nonsense, there is no such thing as a healthy fear. Fear comes to steal, to kill and to destroy. It is the "faith" of the devil. The devil comes to steal, kill and destroy. Fear is his manipulating tool. Don't allow circumstances, situations and the works of the enemy to come manipulate and control you or your family. Husbands must understand their placement. They are the high-priest of their homes. They have the power to forgive sin as Christ's representative. We must understand our placement in God. If you don't understand your placement, you can never fulfill your purpose. Purpose is hinged on your understanding of placement. To understand placement is one of the criteria's in present day church. One's placement must be clearly understood, which means that you know whose you are and to whom you belong, then your purpose can be accomplished. Purpose doesn't necessarily get clear when you have placement, but purpose now can be accomplished because you understand placement. That is why Paul says: "I know whose I am and to whom I belong." What a powerful statement.