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Heavenly Song on Rosh Hashana

Updated: May 26, 2023

What then shall we say, brothers and sisters? When you come together, each of you has a hymn, or a word of instruction, a revelation, a tongue or an interpretation. Everything must be done so that the church may be built up. - 1 Corinthians 14:26

Wow, brothers and sisters.

I'm grateful to serve these beautiful words to you. I hope you'll invite them to resonate in your spirit, before the Lord. I pray that that the Holy Spirit will bring about the encouragement, confirmation, edification or instruction that you need from them. Because we only "prophesy in part and know in part" (1 Cor. 13:9), please pray and seek the Word of God on these matters.

📖 Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to reckless indiscretion. Instead, be filled with the Spirit. Speak to one another with psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs. Sing and make music in your hearts to the Lord, always giving thanks to God the Father for everything in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Ephesians 5:18-19

Recorded version of this message. Song is last 7 minutes of video.

God has been highlighting to me, in recent months, the importance of projecting sound in the Holy Spirit. Here are some of the reasons:

  • As a weapon in the supernatural realm, that brings down strongholds. Just like in Acts 16, when Paul and Silas were imprisoned, and they chose not to gawk at the injustice, but worshiped instead. At their song, the bars of the prison broke free, and everyone else was set free, too. Singing in the Spirit is how the walls of Jericho came down in the book of Joshua. It's how water flowed from a rock at the song of the Israelites, in the book of numbers. Song and sound are a too often neglected means of receiving the living water of Jesus Christ. Over and over again, in the Bible, we see warriors gaining victory with songs and music (particularly, Judah and the tribe of Manasseh). In Zephaniah 3:17, we learn that our Father rejoices over us with loud singing. Let's let the sound of heaven resonate and echo across the earth, unashamedly.

  • To impart faith and the gifts of the Spirit to the childlike who want them. It was my mother praying in tongues over me, that imparted this gift to me, through the Holy Spirit. Ask for it!

  • To fortify our unity and identity as one bride, in Christ. The Israelites were known for their songs. Let us embrace this trademark of God's people.

  • To bless the Lord. God is enthroned upon the praises of his people. (Psalm 22:3)

  • So that we can hear the healing tenderness in the voice of the Father, through the Holy Spirit.

I later discovered that I was singing this song at the turn of midnight on Rosh Hashanah.

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year festival. It's marked by the blowing of the shofar, and begins the ten days of penitence culminating in Yom Kippur. It's also known as the feast of trumpets, referencing the rapture or reunion of God with his people, when the dead will rise with the rest of his bride -- those who have oil and who have prepared their wedding garments -- to meet Christ in the air for the marriage supper of the Lamb.

But, many do not know him in the intimate the way that a bride is to know her husband. Many are not tending to their bridegroom, Jesus. I hope that you'll see some themes emerging:

Matthew 22, The Parable of the Wedding Feast:

Matthew 25, The Parable of the Ten Virgins

God is also expressing his delight with those who are His. The appointed time to shake the earth, as never before, has come. The coming birth pains are going to increase in intensity, as Matthew 24 describes will happen. This is an invitation to rid ourselves of everything worldly -- our flesh, our will and our hope in man so that we can receive the Kingdom.

Matthew 24, Signs of the Close of the Age:

Here are the words I was given to sing (Hebrew and some Aramaic):

Eva (life breath) kedai (worth it!)

kadayah (God's precious Jewels)

lo (look! see) rosh (head/leader)

tada (heart / courageous) kedai (zealous)

Hanai (God is gracious/ God answers)

Eva (life breath)

lana (intercourse/ to know) Yah (God)

Bo (come) da (against another) Yah

Alaha (God - Aramaic) nay (yes, truth, verily)

mo (appointed time, meeting, sacred season)

amah (mother /maidservant /female bondservant)

Eva (life) naya (refresh, renewal)

ha (here/until now/what is to follow)

ko (in this manner, hitherto)

noya (beauty of God)

Ekah (in what manner?)

nayah(refresh, renewal)

ka (this way) de (together) YAH (God) mo (meeting place)

Ena (renewer)

haya (exist, to be, come to pass, happen, cause)

ena (renewed) hay (loving, revival, green, flowing, reviving of springtime, sustenance)

Monana (brave)

YAH da (this) kedai (worth it)

Abba (Father) lada (intimately know)

YAH (God) ka (this way) kanai (zealous)

Ika (this way) YAH (God) ha (behold breathe sigh)

Ika (there is, there exists) ka (here, hitherto, this way) YAH ha (behold / breathe / sigh)

Ashta (Messenger prophet or brave)

Yah (God) ka (here, hitherto, this)

YAH mo (meeting place, Tabernacle, tent)

Aka (oppression or outcry) Maya (water / from God)

Ma (what /of what) hoya (I Am)

Ava (life, lively, to breathe) lada (to know intimately) Yah (God)

rosh (head / leader) ta (chamber / guardroom) dai (enough, sufficiency)

Elah (Awesome God/ terebinth/ valley where Israelites were encamped when David fought Goliath) mo (appointed time, meeting, sacred season) YAH

Hoya (I am) Abba (Father) lo (look! See) rosh (head/leader) ta (chamber/guardroom)

Nana (grace) Yah (God) mo (appointed time, season, meeting place) naya (refresh, renewal)

Keva (prayer) lada (to intimately know) yah

Ibo (come together) hoshna (Please save/ redeem/ protect)

Hasta (until) yama (to the west, to the sea. It's the word used in Genesis 13 for one of the four directions that God told Abraham to look, in anticipation of the Promised Land, his inheritance)

Hara (mountain land, road, or crossroad. Can also mean, evil.)

DAYAH (a bird of prey)

*As I'm translating, we can hear an owl outside. I looked up where in scripture "DAYAH" (bird of prey) is used. It's the word used for OWL in Isaiah 34, a prophecy and warning about the impending tribulation. It seems as though these birds represent the unsaved, who will be judged:

See Isaiah 34:

Here's one commentary, on Isaiah 34:

I believe that this word is about judgment coming upon nations and the imminent tribulation. God's wrath upon the unrepentant, and his glory and power pouring out on those who are with Jesus. The return of the Lord is near.

Some of the themes in the song:

  • Army and warriors

  • The remnant

  • Intimacy before service

  • Chastening

  • Revival and grace

  • The miraculous

  • Gathering

  • Vessels worthy and unworthy

  • Reward

  • Appointed season

  • Mountain / mountaineer

  • Tearing down false altars -- both worldly and false alters to God. "Elah" is a Hebrew name for God as the terebinth tree. The Terebinth is where Gideon and Abraham went to hear from God and where the Israelites came to bury their wooden idols. Man's idea of church and service to Christ are faulty when our hearts are deceptively clinging to other things. Loyalties to man or inordinate affections for people in our lives, above the Lord, have to be repented of (metanoia - to change one's mind). This even includes our own children, like when God asked Abraham to sacrifice Isaac in Genesis 22, a symbol of God sacrificing his only begotten son to redeem us.

For the revelation awaits an appointed time; it speaks of the end and will not prove false. Though it linger, wait for it; it will certainly come and will not delay. Habakkuk 2:3

For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed. Romans 8:19

We are all being warned, exhorted and majorly blessed. Jesus is inviting us to be gathered into an intimate and abiding relationship with God. This is an appointed time of "cross" roads. The terebinth is also symbol of the cross of Jesus Christ. It is the intersection, where we choose to lay down our lives to receive the life of Jesus Christ. It is where we lay aside the flesh of our thoughts to receive Holy Spirit wisdom.

If you turn at my reproof, behold, I will pour out my spirit to you; I will make my words known to you. Proverbs 1:23

Hara (also known as Haran) is both the name of a person and a location. It found in both the old and New Testament. Here is just one instance of this Hara mountain land, in Acts 7.

Start with Acts chapter 6 for more context:

Acts 7:

Here is where you can read more about Haran, the person, and also Mount Haran, in scripture:

It's notable, that Haran is described as a place of crossroads, or an intersection of a trading route. It also means mountain or mountaineer. It is where Abraham settled, for some time.

The shaking of the earth with famine, pestilence, war, and the handing over of our nation to oppressors and more will be a signpost, inviting people to choose the narrow door to salvation through Jesus Christ, or the wide path that leads to destruction. The Bible prophesies that men's hearts will fail them, because of what is coming upon the earth (Luke 21).

This will make the solutions and assistance of the beast system, now in process as "The Great Reset" appealing, even to professors of Christ. I propose that, in this case, "hara" represents the provision of the Lord in the times ahead, for those who are hidden away in Christ, our holy mountain. But, it may even refer the fleeing of the saints during the tribulation, to the appointed mountain, in Matthew 24.

And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; they shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover. Mark 16:17-20

We are not to fear, but are to trust the Lord with our every lack and need, as he embitters the cup of this world that many are drinking from, so that we will spit it from our mouths -- so that He will not spit us from his mouth. (Rev. 3:16)

I'd like to finish by sharing this prayer, from the prophet, Habakkuk:

Habakkuk's Prayer, Chapter 3

O Lord, I have heard your speech and was afraid; O Lord, revive Your work in the midst of the years! In the midst of the years make it known; In wrath remember mercy.

God came from Teman, The Holy One from Mount Paran. His glory covered the heavens, And the earth was full of His praise. His brightness was like the light; He had rays flashing from His hand, And there His power was hidden. Before Him went pestilence, And fever followed at His feet. He stood and measured the earth; He looked and startled the nations. And the everlasting mountains were scattered, The perpetual hills bowed. His ways are everlasting. I saw the tents of Cushan in affliction; The curtains of the land of Midian trembled.

O Lord, were You displeased with the rivers, Was Your anger against the rivers, Was Your wrath against the sea, That You rode on Your horses, Your chariots of salvation? Your bow was made quite ready; Oaths were sworn over Your arrows. You divided the earth with rivers. The mountains saw You and trembled; The overflowing of the water passed by. The deep uttered its voice, And lifted its hands on high. The sun and moon stood still in their habitation; At the light of Your arrows they went, At the shining of Your glittering spear.

You marched through the land in indignation; You trampled the nations in anger. You went forth for the salvation of Your people, For salvation with Your Anointed. You struck the head from the house of the wicked, By laying bare from foundation to neck. You thrust through with his own arrows The head of his villages. They came out like a whirlwind to scatter me; Their rejoicing was like feasting on the poor in secret. You walked through the sea with Your horses, Through the heap of great waters.

When I heard, my body trembled; My lips quivered at the voice; Rottenness entered my bones; And I trembled in myself, That I might rest in the day of trouble. When he comes up to the people, He will invade them with his troops. Though the fig tree may not blossom, Nor fruit be on the vines; Though the labor of the olive may fail, And the fields yield no food; Though the flock may be cut off from the fold, And there be no herd in the stalls-- Yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will joy in the God of my salvation. The Lord God is my strength; He will make my feet like deer's feet, And He will enable me to tread on the heights.

Glory to God. If we rest in Him and love Him, every other idol and altar melts away and we love others like Jesus does, in prayer and by going forth, wherever and however he would uniquely send us. His grace makes us able, through the blood of Jesus Christ, shed for the remission of our sins, by the power of the Holy Spirit. What a storehouse of everything good thing!

"If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing." 1 Corinthians 13:2

No matter how bad it looks, it's Harvest time. Praise God. May any shaking of this earth bring forth the glory of God and sheep into the cuckold of his salvation.

God bless you.

1 comentario

Sheila Lester
Sheila Lester
07 may 2023

Amen Glory honor and praise to God 🙏🙏♥️🙏🙏

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