News and Updates
December 1, 2019
David Copeland · December 1, 2019
Newsletter · Volume: 19 Issue: 12
Revelation 3:7, 8
7 And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth;
8 I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name.
Holy Spirit has continued to speak to me that this passage will continue to be a foundational scripture for Revival Now for the year 2020.
We know from our study this year that the number 19 in Hebrew is:
-The number of hearing & faith;
-The Jewish calendar is set up on a 19-year cycle of years, with the 19th year being the fullest year of this cycle; because of that it was considered a pregnant year;
-It has also been year of reset as in 2020 the cycle will reset and begin all over again. The good news is 2020 will continue to be a reset year for all who will receive it.
The number 20 in Hebrew is the number of redemption and expectation. Because it’s the beginning of not only a New Year but also a new decade, this symbolizes a continuation of the reset, or as I am calling it, the year of the do-over! I strongly believe that many people have attempted some things for God previously that ended up failing or being severely hindered. But God is going to speak to you to “do it again”…and this time, it’s going to work!
We have also entered the Hebrew year 5780, which actually began at the end of September. The number 80 in Hebrew paints a picture of the mouth. All this together tells me we must raise our expectation to hear what God is saying, be willing to obey what God is saying anew…and believe what He is saying will produce a redemption that many of us need in this hour.
Yes our salvation/redemption was paid for at Calvary according to Colossians 1:14; but I am convinced that we are entering a special season of redemption of time, due the fact that we don’t have much time left to accomplish the assignment He has put upon our lives (Ephesians 5:16). A release of unusual healings, special resources & provision that has been dammed up because of iniquity that we’ve failed to repent of (that we are now repenting of) and because of unbelief we have been walking in.
The word redemption means “to buy back”. This buying back of. Time, energy, resources is going to vindicate those who have been standing IN the Word and, ON the Word, when all the natural signs you have been experiencing have actually said “quit”!
John Baptist stated in John 3:27 when his disciples were very concerned that their ministry was waning and Jesus ministry was exploding, he said to his disciples,
“A man can receive nothing unless it’s been given to him from heaven”
As we prepare to enter 2020, as yourself these 3 questions about your ministry & the coming open doors:
1.Is what I’m believing for really your will? Or presumption? 2 Corinthians 13:5 “5 Examine yourselves as to whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves. Do you not know yourselves, that Jesus Christ is in you?—unless indeed you are disqualified.” NKJV
2.Is there still something in my character that is keeping me from promotion & blessing?
While a man’s gift will open many doors for him/her, it’s your character that will keep you there.
3.Is it time? When will it be time? Or am I laying the groundwork for something further generations are going to get to experience?
Yes, these are unusual times. Dangerous times. Perilous times. But His great love has positioned before us an open door. A door that will position us to be harvesters of the last days. These are the words of Jesus in red, not the voice of an angel or a deceiving spirit. It’s a door that He himself will open and no one will be able to close it.
Are you willing to walk through?
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
David & Pam