Significance of this new year, 5777

An excerpt from Dr. Lance Wallnau

There are three “7s” in this Jewish new year. Interestingly, the number “7” in Hebrew is the letter “zayin” which represents both the number “7” and the word “sword.”

What we are looking at in 5777 is, “The year of supernatural grace (5) to engage the clashing of swords (7).”

The clashing of heaven and hell will show up in the conflict of ideologies. This collision of kingdoms has already started.

“Zayin” means more than just “sword” or “weapon.” It also connects with a modern Hebrew word “mazon,” meaning “food” or “sustenance,” and “nourishment,” both coming from the same root as Zayin.

5777 is the year of the clashing of swords! We are taking on giants just like the children of Israel did. I choose to believe what Caleb said in Numbers 14:9, “Do not rebel against the Lord, nor fear the people of the land, for they are our bread; their protection has departed from them, and the Lord is with us. Do not fear them.”

Caleb saw the giants in the land not as obstacles but as bread. I believe that as you take on your Giants and defeat them they will become nourishment for you! What you bow to will increase your bondage but what you overcome will increase your power!

The enemy will be bread for you IF YOU FEED YOUR SPIRIT on the Word of God. Jesus says in Matthew 4:4: “But he (Jesus) answered and said, it is written, “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” The Word of God, is the bread you eat that becomes a sword in your mouth! In this new year, 5777, God will open up His word to you and reveal a “sword” in the scripture! When you see it—grab it. Speak what God gives you. Prophesy and proclaim what you see. Expect your utterance to authorize angelic activity through your prayers!

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