Numbers 28:11-13 Tree of Life Version (TLV)
Rosh Chodesh: New Moon
11 “On the first of the month you are to present to Adonai a burnt offering of two young bulls, one ram, and seven flawless male lambs a year old, 12 with three tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil as a grain offering with each bull, and two tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil as a grain offering with the ram, 13 and with each lamb a tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering, a burnt offering as a pleasing aroma, an offering by fire to Adonai.
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Themes of the Hebrew Month of “Shevat”:
- “Becoming Fruitful in the Month of Trees!”
- Righteousness becomes your foundation
Note that the Ancient Hebrew people saw everything as part of an on-going flow of revelation from the CREATOR to HIS People. By paying attention to that revelation, they were enable to prosper incredibly in every season!
SHEVAT is the 11 month of the year when counting from Nissan/Nisan/Abib as per Exodus 12:1-2 and the 4th month when counting from Tishri/Tishrei as per Genesis 1.
On the Gregorian calendar, the Hebrew month of SHEVAT usually begins in January and spills over into February.
To the Jews/Israelites, every month is of Holy Prophetic Significance, a NEW HOLY PROPHETIC SEASON. It was therefore important to see what YAHUVEH ELOHIM Almighty has to say about it.
SHEVAT is the Hebrew month associated with the Hebrew letter:
The Hebrew word “TZADIK / TZADIQ” comes from this Hebrew letter “Tsade”. This word means “RIGHTEOUSNESS / THE RIGHTEOUS ONE”
In Shevat, righteousness becomes your foundation. Check your foundation to ensure that there are no cracks in it!
The main reason as to why the issue of foundations is mentioned here is because this the month of trees and fruitfulness!!!
This is the month to develop the plan for sustaining generations. How will your OLIVE TREE blossom? Where is the legacy developing?
Psalm 1 Names of God Bible (NOG)
1 Blessed is the person who does not
follow the advice of wicked people,
take the path of sinners,
or join the company of mockers.
2 Rather, he delights in the teachings of Yahweh
and reflects on his teachings day and night.
3 He is like a tree planted beside streams—
a tree that produces fruit in season
and whose leaves do not wither.
He succeeds in everything he does.[a]
4 Wicked people are not like that.
Instead, they are like husks that the wind blows away.
5 That is why wicked people will not be able to stand in the judgment
and sinners will not be able to stand where righteous people gather.
6 Yahweh knows the way of righteous people,
but the way of wicked people will end.
Note that the Righteous man is likened to a tree… This tree does things according to YAH’S/ELOHIM’S timing (not his or her own timing! The tree’s foundation is also very good.
Psalm 11:3 King James Version (KJV)
3 If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?
Shevat is the month of the River! This is the month to awaken to the WATER OF LIFE! This is the month of the River of Healing of YAH/ELOHIM to flow!
PRAYER: May you be healed in every area of your life both physically and spiritually this month in YAHUSHUA’S name!
As the River rises, you can cross over and flourish! Be on the look out regarding those who are bringing water to you this month. Ask yourself and enquire spiritually who is bringing water to you.
Shevat is also the month of pleasure; that is to say happiness and eating what is delicious.
Holy Biblical Scriptures that come to mind in relation to this month’s theme are as follows: