Prophetic Perspective: Hebrew Calendar 5781 (2021)

“The lion has roared; who is not afraid? The Eternal Lord has been heard; His prophets can’t help but prophesy.” —The Voice (VOICE)

In times like these, political and economic upheaval, racial tensions, and lawlessness, the Body of Christ must listen to God’s prophetic voice and come into alignment with His purposes and timing. The battles have intensified and understanding divine alignment and positioning in God’s Kingdom is critical.

The best way to live victoriously in the midst of warfare is to think like God thinks — Hebraically — and consider the model He gave us in His Word …

Chuck Pierce, Time to Advance: Understanding the Significance of the Hebrew Tribes and Months

Rosh Hashanah, “The Head of The Year” which is the Jewish New Year began September 18, 2020. It is the first of the Jewish High Holy days and according to ancient Jewish tradition it was the day that God (Yahweh) created Adam and Eve. 

Twenty-twenty has been quite a year thus far! This year has looked a little different for everyone of us, but we can be filled with anticipation as we are shifting into the new spiritual season. I am filled with anticipation of the coming Hebraic New Year 5781. I sensed a new season of transitioning of oneness with God as we worship Him in abandonment. Letting go of fear and anxiety over the current state of things. 

During this time of the year I typically slow down in preparation for the coming new year so that I can hear what the Lord is saying. Last year I anticipated 2020 to be a significant year for the body of Christ in decreeing what the Lord has been speaking to the church.

How we close out a season with gratitude is import for transitioning into a new season. If you are at all familiar with last year’s prophetic outlook post titled, Prophetic Perspective 2020 / Year of Declaration, then you know well how much God desires that we put Him FIRST in our lives. I encourage you to draw near to God during this time of celebration (James 4:8).

We have entered a new decade, era and time for the church. The Holy Spirit has been emphasizing a return of this nation to righteousness. Psalm 145:17 says, “The Lord is righteous in all his ways and faithful in all he does.” As nation, we have faced many challenges this year. At this present time we continue to experience the impact of the Covid-19 global pandemic, closure of businesses and churches, economic uncertainty, racial tensions following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others, lawlessness, protesting, violence, political divisions and upheaval unlike anything we have experienced before within this generation. 

The Jewish calendar is very different from the Gregorian calendar. The Jewish calendar is a complex and important “tool” in Judaism. It is both lunar and solar. The Jews, regardless of their place of residence, use it for religious purposes: all holiday/memorable dates and weekly cycles of Torah reading are determined according to this calendar. What’s fascinating about this solar/lunar calendar is that it’s been used for centuries and is significantly steeped in scripture. That makes it one of the most unique and complex calendars ever created. And, it still plays a vital role for millions of people around the world today.

I truly pray this will be a life-altering spiritual transformation within you as you gain a greater perspective on the loving ways of an all-powerful, all-knowing Father!

Blessings, Dr. A.

Note: This is not prophecy. It is is designed to encourage and help you understand God’s timing and ways …

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