As I was worshipping The Lord, and asking Him what His plans are for this new Hebrew year 5781, which will start in about 3 weeks, on 9/18.
9 means devine completeness.
I heard Him say:
Get ready to push! I am remembering you! Because you have been faithful, because you have honored My name, I am about to do for you what Xerxes did for Mordecai, I am about to open My Book of Remembrance and honor you in front of your enemies!"
Esther 6:1-10 NLT
On that night could not the king sleep, and he commanded to bring the book of records of the chronicles; and they were read before the king.2 And it was found written, that Mordecai had told of Bigthana and Teresh, two of the king's chamberlains, the keepers of the door, who sought to lay hand on the king Ahasuerus.3 And the king said, What honour and dignity hath been done to Mordecai for this? Then said the king's servants that ministered unto him, There is nothing done for him.4 And the king said, Who is in the court?Now Haman was come into the outward court of the king's house, to speak unto the king to hang Mordecai on the gallows that he had prepared for him.5 And the king's servants said unto him, Behold, Haman standeth in the court. And the king said, Let him come in.6 So Haman came in. And the king said unto him, What shall be done unto the man whom the king delighteth to honour? Now Haman thought in his heart, To whom would the king delight to do honour more than to myself?7 And Haman answered the king, For the man whom the king delighteth to honour,8 Let the royal apparel be brought which the king useth to wear, and the horse that the king rideth upon, and the crown royal which is set upon his head:9 And let this apparel and horse be delivered to the hand of one of the king's most noble princes, that they may array the man withal whom the king delighteth to honour, and bring him on horseback through the street of the city, and proclaim before him, Thus shall it be done to the man whom the king delighteth to honour.10 Then the king said to Haman, Make haste, and take the apparel and the horse, as thou hast said, and do even so to Mordecai the Jew, that sitteth at the king's gate: let nothing fail of all that thou hast spoken.
Malachi 3:16 NLT
16 Then those who feared the Lord spoke with each other, and the Lord listened to what they said. In his presence, a scroll of remembrance was written to record the names of those who feared him and always thought about the honor of his name.
17 “They will be my people,” says the Lord of Heaven’s Armies. “On the day when I act in judgment, they will be my own special treasure. I will spare them as a father spares an obedient child. 18 Then you will again see the difference between the righteous and the wicked, between those who serve God and those who do not.”
As I researched about The Lord's Book of Remembrance and the King's Book of Records I realized that in the Strongs Concordance they are both described with the same word: Zikrone.
Zikrone means: Memorial, Reminder, Remembrance.
The difference is that The Lord only records and remembers the good things we say.
Every time we honor His name, every time we speak of His goodness, every time we testify to someone about the great things He Has done, those words get recorded in His Book of Remembrance and at the opportune time, He opens the book and "Remembers" us.
When the Word speaks of God "remembering" someone, it always means that He Is about to act on that person's behalf.
Biblical Hebrew includes only about 8,000 words arising from only about 2,100 root words as compared to the over 400,000 words we have in English. Because of the smaller vocabulary, words in Hebrew often encompass multiple meanings and a range of ideas. In particular, Hebrew verbs that English speakers consider to be merely mental processes actually include the physical outcome or expected activity of that mental process. For instance, the verb shema translates "to hear," but actually means "to hear, believe, and obey/act upon what was heard."
When the Bible says God "remembered," the original Hebrew verb is zakar. Zakar does mean "to remember," but it also means "to bring someone to mind and then act upon that person's behalf." The Hebrew idea of remembering always includes acting on behalf of the one brought to mind.
The Lord continued to speak to me, in particular about Him "remembering" barren women in The Bible.
-Sarah (Gen. 18:9-15),
-Rebekah (Gen. 25:19-26),
-Rachel (Gen. 30:1-8, 22-24),
-The unnamed wife of Manoah and mother of Samson (Judges 13:1-24),
-Hannah, wife of Elkanah and mother of Samuel the prophet (I Sam. 1:1-28),
-The Shunnamite woman, an acolyte of the prophet Elisha (2 Kings 4:8-17)
And the LORD took note [paqad] of Sarah as He had promised, and the LORD did for Sarah as He had spoken.
The term paqad, translated variously as to “take note,” “call to mind,” “remember,” or “visit,” is synonymous with the verb zakhar. Both are used in reference to conception:
And God remembered Rachel; God heard her and opened her womb” (Gen. 30:22)
Elkanah knew his wife Hannah, and the LORD remembered her (1 Sam. 1:19
For the LORD took note of Hannah and she conceived and bore three sons and two daughters… (1 Sam. 2:21).
Just as I remembered these women and they conceived and gave birth at the perfect time, I am about to remember you.
You will not suffer any more miscarriages, ectopic pregnancies, stillbirths, premature births, or overdue birth! You will give birth at the perfect time! Full term! At the 40th week!"
1)The expulsion of a fetus from the womb before it is able to survive independently, especially spontaneously or as a result of an accident.
2)An unsuccessful outcome of something planned.
In an abnormal place or position
Death or loss of a baby before or during delivery after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Occurring or done before the usual or proper time; too early.
Not having arrived, happened or been done by the expected time.
Born at the perfect time, the 40th week.
The number forty in Hebrew was written with the letter mem (water, flowing or coming from). Forty is the number of
trial or probation. When viewed as a time cycle, we find that Israel spent 40 years being tested and tried in the wilderness.
Jesus spent 40 days in the wilderness being tested of the devil. The number 40 can be viewed negatively in terms of the
full 40 days/years of trial.
It can also be viewed positively in that it is the END of the time of trial or testing. In the positive sense, then, forty (i.e., mem) speaks of Israel crossing the Jordan River (water) after 40 years in the wilderness.
In that sense also, Israel came from the wilderness and flowed into the Promised Land.
Forty is the product of eight and five. Eight is the number of New Beginnings, while five is grace. Thus, forty can be seen as entering grace after a period of trial, as well as the beginning of something new.
(Dr. Stephen E. Jones)
Never agian you will loose your dreams! I will set you in the right place at the right time! My plans for you will come to fruition and be successful! You will see your dreams come to pass! No more loss! No more toil without the fruits! No man or demon will stop, hinder, delay or cause the delivery to come too early ! The waters will break and flow as you push and aid your delivery! Your baby will be born full term and thrive!
Your probation period is coming to an end! Get ready to push and occupy your Promised Land!
Declares The Lord your God!