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I stand amazed at how the time has flown and that the project I embarked on with just a seed more than 3 years ago is now entering a new season. So many people have been blessed with our calendar from Africa to Singapore, the USA, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and more! All of us with hearts filled to step into Abba Father's rhythm, the timing of His heart beat and His seasons for our lives and the plans He has fro each moment of his creation! Can you picture the image from the Heavens as we all...

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HaShem reveals Himself in silence. 1 Kings 19:11 - 12 “And he said, Go out and stand on the mountain before YAHWEH. And, behold, YAHWEH passed by, and a great and strong wind tearing the mountains and breaking the rocks in bits before YAHWEH! YAHWEH was not in the wind. And after the wind was an earthquake, but YAHWEH was not in the earthquake. And after the earthquake was a fire, but YAHWEH was not in the fire; and after the fire came a voice which was a small whisper.” Haesh Kol dimama deka –  when the hey is added...

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This week we are looking at the letter hey. The hey is the fifth letter of the alephbet. It looks like a window in the Paleo Hebrew and it means look, behold, window, revelation. They hey has 2 parts, it has a disconnected leg which the sages say is when one of the legs of the aleph dislodged and ended up in the hey. The reason for this was because of the indwelling of the Ruach HaKodesh, which is what the hey signifies - the indwelling of the Ruach HaKodesh in the believer. We see this revelation and increased indwelling of the...

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Today I was reminded of this awkward translation in Exodus 22:28 [29]  that Grant Luton spoke about in one of his teachings. When we read from the English translations is reads: “You are not to delay offering from your harvest of grain, olive oil or wine.” However, the direct Hebrew to English translation reads, “Your fullness and your weeping of tears do not delay to bring to me.” This is quite a different translation and perhaps that is why the translators tried to make more sense of this and linked it back to wheat. So, what does this have to...

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The letter dalet is the fourth letter of the alephbet. It has the value of 4 and is the picture of a door or a tent door. The letters that make up the word dalet are dalet, lamed and tav. When we look at the meaning of each of these letters it would look like this: Dalet – the door Lamed – authority Tav – covenant Dalet can therefor mean ‘the door to the authority of the covenant’. John 10:9 “I am the gate. If anyone enters through Me, he will have life, and will go in, and will go...

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