Year of the Window

As we approach Rosh Hashanah we’ll transition from the year of the door to the year of the window.​

For 2015 the Jewish calendar shows the year 5775 as HEY (a window, looking, hands lifted, beholding something great, reveal.)​

Two Thousand and Fifteen will be a year of seeing - a year of watching and tremendous revelation.  We will need to stand strong in our identity in Christ as we speak to the mountains that are revealed. As we take authority in Christ we are going to see huge advancements in the Kingdom of God but not without a battle.​

We’re also going to hear sounds of jubilee like we’ve never heard before.  We’re going to hear sounds of victory and new music coming to the earth.  New worship teams and worship leaders will emerge and lead us into the presence of the Lord like never before, blowing the roof off the buildings they’re worshiping in. We’re entering a season of harvest and reward following hard work - a year of Jubilee.  ​

This will be a year that Believers will be blessed so they can bless others.​

Debt Cancellation

“At the end of every seventh year, cancel all debts. This is the procedure: Everyone who has lent money to a neighbor writes it off. You must not press your neighbor or his brother for payment: All-Debts-Are-Canceled—God says so. You may collect payment from foreigners, but whatever you have lent to your fellow Israelite you must write off” (Deuteronomy 15:1-2 MSG).

This will be a year of cancelling debts and releasing money.​

Sabbatical for the Land

“God spoke to Moses at Mount Sinai: “Speak to the People of Israel. Tell them, When you enter the land which I am going to give you, the land will observe a Sabbath to God. Sow your fields, prune your vineyards, and take in your harvests for six years. But the seventh year the land will take a Sabbath of complete and total rest, a Sabbath to God; you will not sow your fields or prune your vineyards. Don’t reap what grows of itself; don’t harvest the grapes of your untended vines. The land gets a year of complete and total rest. But you can eat from what the land volunteers during the Sabbath year—you and your men and women servants, your hired hands, and the foreigners who live in the country, and, of course, also your livestock and the wild animals in the land can eat from it. Whatever the land volunteers of itself can be eaten” (Leviticus 25:3-6 MSG)​

During a year of rest residents of the land do not plow their fields. They also give up ownership of their land and if some produce grows on its own, it is for anyone’s taking.

This will be a year of releasing the land.​

Keeping Our Eyes on Jesus
When we take a break from constant work and focus on Jesus and His window of revelation our faith and trust are stretched, consequently they grow.

For those who put total trust in God there will be a rich reward.  ​

Keep my decrees and observe my laws and you will live secure in the land. The land will yield its fruit; you will have all you can eat and will live safe and secure. Do I hear you ask, ‘What are we going to eat in the seventh year if we don’t plant or harvest?’ I assure you, I will send such a blessing in the sixth year that the land will yield enough for three years. While you plant in the eighth year, you will eat from the old crop and continue until the harvest of the ninth year comes in. (Leviticus 25:21-22 MSG). ​

Throughout history, during a time of rest for and from the land, people packed the synagogues. We too will see churches and ministries filling up. Even if people don’t understand that it’s a year of rest, they will be drawn in by the anointing.

This will be a year of serving from a place of rest. ​

Increased Faith upon the Earth ​ Believers

will receive a renewing of faith and focus more on faith in God and less on faith in their own talents and skills.     ​

This will be a year of increased faith.         


Paulette Reed