Av 5777 (2017)

Av is such a great month.. full of promise… even though on the Hebrew calendar this month is considered to be a low point..... a month of sorrow.  When studying the Hebrew months, we are to look for the redemptive side of things and pull out the treasure… pull out God’s original plans and purposes for each [...]

Kislev 5777 (2016)

    I have been blogging about the Hebrew months for 2 years now and I've learned so much.   God's calendar is not like ours.... He has a different way of looking at time. After all, He created time! He designed a calendar to help us stay in step with Him as we move through the [...]

Tammuz

Every month in Biblical times had a different meaning and purpose... it was a new prophetic season.       Jews in Biblical times had a special celebration at the beginning of every month, it was a time to put God first and seek direction for the new month.  It was called Rosh Chodesh (Head of the [...]

Sivan – 5777 (2017)

  Sivan is the month of Pentecost (or Shavuot as it's called in Hebrew). Pentecost is God's 2nd yearly feast (Ex 23:14-17)..... the first is Passover (Pesach), then Pentecost (Shavuot) and finally Sukkoth (Tabernacles).  Pentecost is the feast of harvest or weeks.  It is a celebration of provision.  It initially marked the ingathering of the wheat harvest.  Wheat [...]

Iyar — 5776 (2016)

    Last night we entered into the Hebrew month of Iyar.  This is one of the three Spring months.... Remember that each month is a progressive blessing of revelation - the blessing of the Spring months are: Reconfirm your covenant with God at Passover in the first month (Nissan) So that, He can reveal secrets of [...]

Nisan – 5776 (2016)

Revival is defined as to live again, to receive again a life which has almost expired; to rekindle into a flame the vital spark which was nearly extinguished. Another great definition I read is “The Spirit of God working through the Word of God, in the lives of the people of God.” Passover is a time of revival and spiritual renewal, a restoration of the Power and Glory, a renewed interest in God!