As we have entered into a New Year according to God’s calendar, God is speaking to us and we must be ready to HEAR!
I am sensitive to what’s happening in the realm of the spirit. The Bible says in Matthews 11:15, let “him that have ears, let him hear.”
I want you to know that the day and time that we are living in is a very sensitive time. From news about increased COVID-19 cases to America’s involvement in Afghanistan to the impacts of climate change like Hurricane Ida which has devastated Louisiana on the sixth year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, it’s very important that you take and have your ears open to the spirit of God.
Have your ears tuned to what God is saying? I am writing this letter to you, to tell you that it is time to be sober.
God is speaking. But, if you are not in a place to hear what He has to say, then you can get yourself into a situation where you can get lost.
These past few weeks, I’ve been writing to you to build your faith. I have told you to have NO confidence in your flesh and to put your flesh under control. Put it under the authority of the Holy Spirit.
I have also been speaking to you about the Feast Days, God’s appointed times.
It’s sad that so many people sit in the place of worship but don’t know anything about their roots and where they came from, living off of a shout and a choir.
But, where is the power? Where is the understanding of your calling? Without a foundation you will collapse.
We came from a background of a covenant. God is a covenant keeping God.
When God puts you on top, nobody can put you under
When God calls you first, nobody can place you last
When God moves you into overflow, nobody can turn it to lack.
This is why we recognize seven feasts: Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles. It is because when God is putting things on his calendar, we cannot get into a place of complacency. Every one of these feasts means something. All these feasts represent prophetic moves.
These are the feasts of the Lord, not just for the Jewish tradition.
We must begin to prepare ourselves for the 10 Days of Awe.
Between the time of the New Year, which is Rosh Hashanah, you have 10 days after the new year to repent. This is when you cleanse yourselves of sins that are hindering you from the perfect walk with God.
This Day of Atonement is once a year where the high priest would go to make a sacrifice and would slay a lamb.
These are prophetic events. It’s a dress rehearsal for what is getting ready to come upon the land.
Everybody needs to wash up, it’s a natural process. You are dirty, you clean yourself. We take daily baths and showers for personal hygiene. We take care of our hair and teeth.
The Day of Atonement is spiritual cleansing. It’s nothing to feel guilty about, but a prophetic move of God that you, <>, should not miss.
I want to tune your ears to what God is saying at this time. I want to send a red prayer cloth that will symbolize your consecration and oil.
This is the time to renew your covenant with God.