Never Give Up On Your Dreams

On this Shabbat when we read of Joseph’s dreams, may we all learn to listen not only to our own dreams but also to the dreams of others. This is the month of dreams. Nine of the 10 dreams in Genesis happened during this Biblical month Kislev. A few things to consider:

1. Pray into your dreams

2. Don’t declare your dream to family, they’re the least to believe.

3. When life brings the opposite to your dream stand in faith and patience.

4. Never ever give up on your dream.

5. When your dream becomes reality stay humble and serve others.

God had a dream and in this month Mary conceived by the Holy Spirit the Christ child the Son of God. Shabbat Shalom!

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Tonight’s Full Moon on 12-12-12 at 12:12, What Does It Mean?

Something interesting to think about tomorrow. Tomorrow (actually tonight) is a full moon. It happens on 12-12-12 at 12:12am. This is a very prophetic number and season if you understand the numerology of scripture. The number twelve in Hebrew is the number of perfect Government. Twelve is the last of the four numbers God uses to show His perfection. It is the number that God shows He is in control and actively ruling over something as King. When God wants to show us He is ruling and there is a perfect plan. He likes to use the number 12 in his language.

It is impossible to separate those who govern from the governing of God. In another words every one who governs is governed by God. You see, God almighty is not just King but King of Kings. He is just not Lord but Lord of Lords. Revelation 16:19, “And he hath on his gesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS.”

Twelve marks when God is in control of something. In Matthew 26:53 when Peter took things in his own hand and cut off the soldiers ear, Jesus said, He had the power to call 12 legions of angels.

Here are examples of 12 in scripture: Jacob had twelve sons and Israel had twelve tribes. It is interesting to note that Jacob and Israel are the same person. One is born of man, Jacob and the other is born of God, Israel, and God governs both of them perfectly.

Jesus had 12 disciples and set up the church with 12 teachable and yieldable men who would drop their careers and family to come and follow Yeshua. That’s why the New Jerusalem has 12 gates and 12 foundations. There are also twelve pearls and 12 foundations associated with the New Jerusalem. The measure of the city is 12,000 furlongs and thickness of the walls are 144 cubits or 12 X 12.

The first recorded words of Jesus was at age 12.

There were 12 baskets of food left over when Jesus fed the 5000.

There were 12 spies sent out by Moses in Numbers 13

Elijah built an altar of 12 stones when he called the fire down from Heaven. 1 Kings 18

There are 12 Biblical months in a year because God rules over every year.

There are 12 major constellations because rules over all the heavens.

There are 60 minutes in an hour (12 X 5) and 60 seconds in a minute because God rules over every nano-moment that has ever been measured.

The number 24 (12 +12), There are 24 elders who circle around the Throne in Worship.

24,000 plus miles circle the the planet earth. Twenty four is a witness of God’s perfect Government. That is why the 24 elders fall down and worship him as they fly around the throne. Because they see him as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

Twenty four is associated with the priesthood as David distributes the priest among 24 descendants of Aaron.

So if you have never believed God is in control and has a plan for this world, our Nation, your family and even your life. Tonight at the full moon, it is screaming at 12-12-12, 12:12am He is in Control and Has Plan for You. Worship the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

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Swing Wide The Gates

As we celebrate the last few hours of Feasts of Tabernacles let us remember to decree and declare an open heaven above us. It is so important for Christians to celebrate the Feasts of our Lord because the Feasts breaks the Destructive Cycles in our lives. Satan wants to wear out the saints (Dan. 7:25) with cycles of poverty, debt, addiction, unbelief, sin and destruction, and infirmities. The honoring and celebrating God’s Feasts are to BREAK these cycles in you and your blood line including your family. God wants Blessings to flow to you from heaven to earth. By celebrating these Feasts, the Feast of Tabernacles you are BREAKING off the old cycles and entering into the NEW CYCLES OF BLESSINGS, RENEWAL, RESTORATION, AND PURPOSE. Take these last few hours and start decreeing God’s promises over you for this new season. My wife had a vision that the horses like in the Kentucky Derby were being led to the starting gate. Each handler was leading their horse into the Gate. She saw the last horse being led in and at that point the bell goes off and the gates swing WIDE OPEN. The lord was saying to her this Tabernacles is the timing when God’s Gates will swing wide open for those who honor and celebrate His Feast of Tabernacles. I decree and declare the gates swing wide open for you today!

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Widen Your Mouth in the New Year 5780/2019

Tishri 1, Day31 of 40 days of Teshuvah (Repentance)

Rosh Hashanah is on the first day of the month Tishri according to Leviticus 23:23-25, Then the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to the children of Israel, saying: ‘In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall have a sabbath- rest, a memorial of blowing of trumpets, a holy convocation. You shall do no customary work on it; and you shall offer an offering made by fire to the Lord.’ ”

The seventh month is Tishri, the first day celebrate the Feast of Trumpets. But Tishri is also in the Civil Calendar, the First Month. It is called the Head of the Year. So today we celebrate the new Year 5780, Rosh Hashanah.

This day is also the birthday of the creation of heaven and earth in Genesis 1. In Genesis 1 God spoke 10 things into existence. As I have already blogged yesterday on FB and http://www.wellspringisrael.com we begin today the New Year and the Decade of Declaration. Open you Mouth Wide Open and declare the promises of God. Here are 3 ways you can widened your Mouth:

1. Praying Sciptures: Years ago I prayed with a man who when he prayed quoted scripture after scripture. His name was David Hysong. I asked him how he did it? He said, “I memorize scripture every week.”

2. Your Personal and Private Worship: Including Bible Reading daily. Did you know that according to ancient Jewish Sages there is a Psalms for every year of your life? So if a person is 80 years of age they would read Psalms 81 for that year. You are born and live for year then you celebrate your birthday at the end of the first year. So the day you celebrate your 80th you have begun your 81st year.

3. Meditate Upon Scripture: This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success” (Joshua 1:8). The Hebrew word used here for “meditate” is hagah, which means literally, “to utter— to murmur, mutter, to make a sound (it can even mean “to moan” or “to growl”!).

Joshua was instructed to implement non-stop speaking (declaring) of truth as he prepared to possess what God had already given through promise. God told Joshua that the Word should not depart from his mouth—not only his heart, his peh—his mouth! Joshua’s mouth must continually be speaking or murmuring the word of the Torah—divine instruction! For then would his way be prosperous, and then he would have success!

Psalm 1:2 uses this word in the same way regarding the man who walks in God’s blessing: “But his delight is in the law (Hebrew: torah—“instruction”) of the LORD, And in His law he meditates day and night. He will be like a tree firmly planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in its season…whatever he does, he prospers.”

The righteous man or woman speaks God’s law night and day. He does not just read it or study it. He speaks it aloud! There is power in this! Our declarations help secure our inheritance. Shalom!

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Decade of Declaration

ELUL Day 30 THE DECADE OF DECLARATION

Today is the last day of the Biblical month of Elul. It is the last day of Hebrew year 5779 and the last year of the Decade 5770 through 5779. Those who know what the Spirit is saying and set their days upon the season, timing, and days to the Feasts of the Lord realize today is a weighty day of God’s Holy Presence as we close the door on the Decade and year of Eye which is the letter of Ayin in Hebraic Alphabet.

Tonight at sundown we enter into the New Year of 5780 and new Decade of 5780 through 5789 which in Gregorian Calendar is 2020 through 2029. The Hebrew language is so colorful and pictorial in meaning deeper than our English language. The Number “80” is a picture of a mouth wide open. So starting tonight we enter in the year and decade of the

MOUTH WIDE OPEN!

Pey” is the Hebrew letter for the number 80, a picture symbol of a mouth. Discerning when to speak and when to be quiet will be a critical component during the next decade if we are to see the Kingdom of God growing in our lives and our world through our declarations of faith. “Ayin” gives insight, but it is the “Pey” (mouth) that gives insight expression. Wisdom is the key.

The mouth is the expression of the breath. Through our mouths the breath becomes vocalized. The main channel through which breath is exchanged is through the mouth, thus the mouth becomes a powerful expression of the Breath of the Holy Spirit. It can also become a powerful expression of our own breath. In the Hebrew alphabet “Pey” follows “Ayin,” which emphasizes that sight precedes expression. Those who have spent a great deal of time seeing what God is saying should have no difficulty in the next decade also expressing His thoughts in word and deed. Conversely, because the eyes are more emphasized than the mouth, those who are blind will speak blindly, an unceasing mindless chatter due to blind consumption.

The mouth is the expression of the breath. Through our mouths the breath becomes vocalized. The main channel through which breath is exchanged is through the mouth, thus the mouth becomes a powerful expression of the Breath of the Holy Spirit. It can also become a powerful expression of our own breath. In the Hebrew alphabet “Pey” follows “Ayin,” which emphasizes that sight precedes expression. Those who have spent a great deal of time seeing what God is saying should have no difficulty in the next decade also expressing His thoughts in word and deed. Conversely, because the eyes are more emphasized than the mouth, those who are blind will speak blindly, an unceasing mindless chatter due to blind consumption.

What Should we Declare in this New Year:

1. Declare the Impossible IS Possible!

2. Declare I am the Righteousness of God!

3. Declare Thy Will Be Done!

4. Declare Prayer is powerful! A Prophetic Word to the Church

The saints in Heaven are asking the army on earth to pray, not to retreat, or to leave the Church but to Pray for Her. To hold fast against the assails of the devil of which the gates of hell will not prevail! (Matthew 16:17-19).

Declare with me “I will widen my mouth in prayer to you O’ Lord! I will widen my mouth in repentance. I will widen my mouth against the lies and tactics of the enemy. I will widen my mouth to stand firm against the onslaught of hell against my family, church, and Nation. I will widen my mouth to pray for your Bride, your shepherds in the earth, and all your holy anointed ones. Grant me the Grace in prayer to stand firm until the Last Day.”

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Last Night of Biblical Year 5779

Tonight while sitting on our back porch after blowing the shofar and praying Debbie said something profound, “Since this is the last night of the biblical year 5779, the last night of the Biblical Decade of 5770 through 5779, and the last day of the Biblical month of Elul, when the King is in your field (read the book of Ruth), what do you want to ask King Yeshua?”

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Exuberant Declaration of Faith

ELUL Day 15

The Lord is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; Of whom shall I be afraid? When the wicked came against me To eat up my flesh, My enemies and foes, They stumbled and fell. Though an army may encamp against me, My heart shall not fear; Though war may rise against me, In this I will be confident. One thing I have desired of the Lord, That will I seek: That I may dwell in the house of the Lord All the days of my life, To behold the beauty of the Lord , And to inquire in His temple. For in the time of trouble He shall hide me in His pavilion; In the secret place of His tabernacle He shall hide me; He shall set me high upon a rock.

Psalm 27:1-5

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