Awaken to the Wholeness. Reclaim Your Heavenly Inheritance.

As we prepare to enter the Hebrew year 5783, God awakens us to the wholeness available through Yeshua. This is the year to reclaim and recover our heavenly inheritance.

Part of our heavenly inheritance is knowing our God-given identities and purposes. This is the year to claim Isaiah 60:1…

  • “Arise, shine; for your light has come! And the glory of the Lord is risen upon you.”

 Know. See. Feel. 

God wants you to…

  • KNOW: This is a year to heal, a year to reclaim and recover your heavenly inheritance.
  • SEE: See what you must do to experience the wholeness and new beginnings being released. 
  • FEEL: Feel awakened, revived, and strengthened in faith and hope–experience the Father’s love. 

The Lord Gave Me Haggai 1

The Lord gave me Haggai 1 as the key to reclaiming our heavenly inheritance. At this time in Israel’s history, the people were full of excuses as to why they should not finish rebuilding the Temple. There was a glorious beginning, but the work had been idle for years. 

Why?… Because discouragement had derailed the purpose, selfish ambition and personal agendas became the focus. Their priorities were not in alignment. God saw their hearts and spoke through the prophet Haggai, asking the people to consider the direction of their hearts. 

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Consider Your Ways

God told them to “consider their ways.” They had financial difficulties and setbacks because the work of God was not a priority in their lives. What had become their focus? Getting what they wanted first. They used timing as an excuse: “The time has not yet come…”

God is saying the time is now—the time to awaken to the wholeness, to our heavenly inheritance is now—the Hebrew year 5783.

If we want to awaken to wholeness, we must choose to believe and accept that when we turn from our selfish ambition and personal agendas to focus on advancing God’s Kingdom, He will abundantly bless us towards that end.

Haggai 2:23 says, “‘In that day,’ says the Lord of hosts, ‘I will take you, Zerubbabel My servant, the son of Shealtiel,’ says the Lord, ‘and will make you like a signet ring; for I have chosen you,’ says the Lord of hosts.”

Zerubbabel was legitimately recognized as the ruler. And, because we have been legitimately purchased by the blood of the Lamb, and the Spirit of God dwells within us, we…

  • Are the temple of God
  • Have legitimate rights to a heavenly inheritance

Note next to a Bible that says “Seek first His kingdom and His righteousness.”

In This Coming Year–A.C.T.

This year, it is time to awaken and receive the wholeness, reclaiming your heavenly inheritance.  

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Activate 1 Corinthians 6:19. “Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are

not your own?” The temple God is rebuilding, strengthening, and reviving is your body. This is the dwelling place of the Holy Spirit. 

Change. It is time to consider your ways, as God said in Haggai 1:4-6. Ask God to search your heart and reveal any selfish ambition or personal agenda that gets in the way of advancing God’s Kingdom. Remember, when you seek first His Kingdom and righteousness, all will be added to you. Seek His face, not His hand. 

Transform. God said in Haggai 2:6-9 that He would shake Heaven, earth, sea, dry lands, and the nations. He would fill the temple with glory. “’The glory of this latter temple shall be greater than the former,’ says the Lord of hosts. ‘And in this place I will give peace,’ says the Lord of hosts” (Haggai 1:9).

When we are aligned with God’s purposes, He will make us like His signet ring with honor, authority, and power. Make the work of God a priority with your time and finances. 

Haggai is a clear call to us that we should set ourselves to the task assigned to us by God. We should not allow difficulties, enemies, or selfish pursuits to turn us aside from our divinely given spiritual responsibilities. 

A clock designed by Rabbi to show the prophetic timeline.

As we look at the clock—the prophetic timeline God gives us through His biblical calendar—we can stay focused and in alignment with His “chronos” time to meet and His “kairos” time to set opportunities in the Hebrew year 5783.