Exerpt from Becoming Melchizedek book 2, Unto Fullness: A New Cycle of Jubilee and Prosperity Has Begun for those positioned in Melchizedek
Becoming Melchizedek, book 2: Unto Fullness Excerpt
Copyright 2015, Melchizedek International
5776, Jubilee and Melchizedek
The author of Hebrews talked about those not being able to hear more about Melchizedek because they were dull of hearing. Hebrews 5:10-11. I believe that this work is to blow the shofar to awaken the bride so that she can hear about the fullness of the kingdom through The Order beginning on this 70’Th jubilee. Of the increase of His government there shall be no end! Isaiah 9:6-7, 6 “For a child will be born to us, a Son will be given to us; And the government will rest on His shoulders; And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. 7 There will be no end to the increase of His government or of peace, On the throne of David and over His kingdom, To establish it and to uphold it with justice and righteousness from then on and forevermore. The zeal of the LORD of hosts will accomplish this”.
The zeal of the Lord shall accomplish this!
Some additional points to note after processing the Dead Sea Scroll references to Melchizedek in book I, Foundations:
The Year of jubilee is mentioned and correlated with Melchizedek, I am writing this book in September, 2015 which is the first month of Hebrew year 5776, which is a year of Jubilee. Could it be that the fullness of the Melchizedek Order is being released this year that provides debt cancellation and the return of lands to God’s people? Physical and spiritual land. Could it be that this year is the beginning of a brand new cycle where everything starts over and is new? It is my opinion, yes. A new kingdom cycle.
5776 is very significant because it is a Jubilee year and the 70th Jubilee year since Joshua and Caleb crossed the Jordan River. Seventy has a sacred meaning in the Bible that is made up of the factors of two perfect numbers, seven (representing perfection) and ten (representing completeness and God’s law). As such, it symbolizes perfect spiritual order carried out with all power. It can also represent a period of judgment. Seventy is also specially connected with Jerusalem. The city (Jerusalem) kept 70 years of Sabbaths while Judah was in Babylonian captivity (Jeremiah 25:11). Seventy sevens (490 years) were determined upon Jerusalem for it to complete its transgressions, to make an end for sins and for everlasting righteousness to enter into it (Daniel 9:24). BibleStudy.org
Did you see that? 70 is also especially connected with Jerusalem, ancient Salem. Jerusalem, by the way is one of the oldest cities in the world (see the history of Jerusalem in book I, Foundations).
Something huge is being unlocked beginning in 5776 and this work correlates with it. God, in His foreknowledge predestined that this book series needed to come forth at the end of 2015 and early 2016 and in Hebrew year 5776!
According to Hebrew numerology, 7 signifies perfection or completion in both the spiritual and natural realms. God created all things in 7 days. There are 7 days each week and the Sabbath is on the 7th day. Likewise, the number 6 is associated with mankind and human weakness. It is “the number of man” as man was created on the 6th day. 5776 will be a year for our weaknesses to be exposed, but also for God’s perfection to shine brightly through. This is a year to surrender our weakness for His perfection of grace—that is true Jubilee! “When we are weak, we are strong in Him”—2 Corinthians 12:10
Why was 5775 so special and yet so foreboding? Let’s look at the signs and the numbers through the filter of the Holy Spirit: The four Blood Moons that have received so much press coincide with the Shmita year 5775, and our Jubilee year 5776. A Jubilee year comes after 7 sabbatical cycles of 7 years… that is 7 sets of 6 years, plus a Shmita year… 49 years, and then a Jubilee release! In late 2015, the last blood moon coincided with the end of the Shmita year and the beginning of the Jubilee year, 5776—truly amazing!
The Ram’s Horn Shofar
The ram’s horn shofar is known as the original shofar, tracing its history back thousands of years to the binding of Isaac. It is believed by some that the original shofar was created from the ram given to Abraham by God in place of the sacrifice of Isaac. The Hebrew word yovel (Jubilee) means trumpet or a ram’s horn. Ram’s horns (shofars) are blown to announce the beginning of Sabbaths and holidays, and in biblical times they were also used at the coronation of a king, or to rally the people to battle. Also, at this special time of Jubilee, every 50 years, ram’s horns are blown on the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) to announce the beginning of Jubilee. This is important because during the days of Joshua, the land of Canaan was dispersed among the families and tribes, and the land permanently belonged to that tribe or family. The land was a permanent inheritance that was given to the family. You can lease it, or temporarily sell it, but ultimately the land is returned to your family during the Jubilee year. The land reverts to its original owner. When the ram’s horn was blown on the Day of Atonement, debts were released, land was returned, and men and women were freed from slavery! The Jubilee year insured Joshua and his people two things: Freedom and Inheritance. http://www.myolivetree.com/jubilee/
A New Prosperity Cycle Has Begun for You
So, what can we also confer from this? It is my opinion that the year 5776 and onward are years of a new cycle of debt forgiveness, that is for the slate to be wiped clean financially and for God’s people to acquire lands and to begin again financially and to prosper in it. Prosperity! Remember, to become Melchizedek means that you are a king and have a financial anointing.
More on the Shmita
From Wikipedia: The sabbath year (shmita Hebrew: שמיטה, literally “release”) also called the sabbatical ear or sheviit (Hebrew: שביעית, literally “seventh”) is the seventh year of the seven-year agricultural cycle mandated by the Torah for the Land of Israel, and still observed in contemporary Judaism.
During shmita, the land is left to lie fallow and all agricultural activity, including plowing, planting, pruning and harvesting, is forbidden by halakha (Jewish law). Other cultivation techniques (such as watering, fertilizing, weeding, spraying, trimming and mowing) may be performed as a preventive measure only, not to improve the growth of trees or other plants. Additionally, any fruits which grow of their own accord are deemed hefker (ownerless) and may be picked by anyone. A variety of laws also apply to the sale, consumption and disposal of shmita produce. All debts, except those of foreigners, were to be remitted.
Comment from Charles: Can you see the word “Shem” in Shmita? Some Rabbi’s use the spelling “Shemitah” instead of Shmita.