Charisma Highlights: Prophetic Word: 7 Years of Abundance for the Righteous in the Midst of Famine

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In the early hours of the morning on Sept. 24, 2022, I heard the Father say, “Watch! For the next seven years there will be short supply for the wicked, as I strip the stiff-necked and rebellious of their wealth and fortunes.

“Yes! But watch, for in the midst of famine, there shall be seven years of abundant supply for My righteous remnant! For that which was stored up by the hands of the wicked shall now be given into the hands of My righteous ones.

“Watch! For this will be that which has long been prophesied by the mouths of My prophets, for now a great transfer of wealth has begun.”

In the early morning of September 1, 2022, an angel of the Lord came to me. He was the most beautiful angel I had ever seen. He was probably 20 feet tall, had long, flowing dark hair and great, enormous wings.

The night was around him, and stars were dancing all about him. He did not speak but was holding a clock which he showed me, and the time was 00:00. Then Holy Spirit spoke to me and said:

“The Angel of Time has come to reset time, restore things and bring you rest. The clock has been reset to 00:00 to set things in order. Where there was chaos and confusion, there is going to be order and resolution. What hasn’t happened in years will happen in the blink of an eye! Some things, relationships and lives will come to an end, but only to usher in THE NEW.”

This is an amazing time in this new month of Tishrei, the first month on the Jewish civil calendar and seventh month on the religious calendar, which began sundown on September 25.

I can hear the Lord say, “Declare and decree my resurrection power this year!”

In Hebrew Year 5783, as God calls our mouths to open as the number “80” is “peh” in Hebrew and number “3” is resurrection power and the Trinity. We are called as the children of the inheritance to minister His overcoming resurrection power! To roar with our mouths His dunamis miracle-working power!

At the time of this writing (Sept. 27), we are in the Days of Awe—the 10 days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur. The Jewish New Year (which began at sundown on Sept. 25) creates a great opportunity to pause and reflect.

In Hebrew, Rosh Hashanah is also called “The Day of the Sounding of the Shofar” (The Feast of Trumpets), “The Day of Remembrance,” and “The Day of Judgment.” Each of these names signifies important aspects behind the divine purpose in designing the change to a new civil calendar year.

Rosh Hashanah traditionally deals with divine remembrance, with several books opened by God on this day, one being the Book of Remembrance (see Mal. 3:16). It also ties in with the judgment and rewarding of believers. The Day of Remembrance was a day for Israel to remember God, who He is, and all that He does, and in reciprocity God remembers His people.

American Airlines flight 146 touched down at Israel’s Ben Gurion airport on time, arriving from New York’s JFK airport as one of the dozens of flights that arrive in Israel from the US daily. While a regularly scheduled flight, among the passengers there were five whose arrival in Israel made it one of the most celebrated and certainly unique flights in Israeli history.

What was special about the flight is that it had five unique passengers, traveling in the cargo section. It was the first time in nearly 2,000 years that Israel has been blessed with the presence of not just one red heifer, but five, all arriving together. People who read their Bibles know that red heifers are mentioned in Numbers 19, but their significance has been shrouded for nearly 2,000 years since the destruction of the Second Temple.

Jews read the verses longingly, praying for the opportunity to be able to rebuild the temple and, with it, the ritual purification from the ashes of a red heifer needed to resume the temple services. But for two millennia, the whole idea was simply a fantasy, until last year when these five red heifers were born in Texas, and now, their arrival in Israel.

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