Biblical Months

As you read about the Biblical Months, Feasts, times and seasons we are currently living in we pray you will be inspired, motivated, and activated in your calling and purpose. We pray the Holy Spirit speaks to you as we delve into Biblical mysteries and prophecies that bring Scripture alive. Enjoy! There is much more coming soon!.


Elul is the domino that is about to kick off the beginning of a series of global events that will be shocking in scale, and is the gateway into the new year


We have entered into perhaps one of the most polarizing and crucial months of the year, the month of Av. Av lasts from July 29th to August 27th. The word Av translates to mean “Father”.


This is a time to worship the King of glory in Spirit and truth, a time more than ever to be intentional with our relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.


This month is set to be a time of rewards and rebukes from the individual to the national level. Big shakings are coming to the nations that will be a wake-up call for all who have been purposefully sleeping.


We have entered into the second Month of the biblical year, one of the most action-packed months in Scripture that is often brushed aside as being no more than a filler month with no major Biblical Feast.


Month 1 on the Biblical calendar has begun, and it is not something fun for everyone. There is some panic in the air and some people are scared things may escalate beyond repair.

Adar Sheni

A month of vigilance, oneness, preparation, and joy is upon us. This second Adar marks a moment when we as the Body of Yeshua are being called globally to stand as one.


It is officially the 12th and last month of the Biblical year! It is a month full of great promise, of joy and thanksgiving, of remembering the past and seeing clearly what will come to pass.


This is the month to enter through the Water Gate, receive refreshing and renewal as we enter into Abba’s promises for this month. It is the month to check our roots to be sure we bear good fruit


Tevet has officially arrived kingdom family and we are entering into the gates of a new Biblical Month! As we enter into Tevet (Dec. 5th to Jan. 2nd), get ready to enter the gate of destiny for the nations of the world all in unison


Known as the Month of Darkness and the Month of Lights, Kislev is a conundrum at first sight. Its nights are the longest of the year and Kislev is the very door into winter, but it’s also the month of Chanukah, the Festival of Lights


Although this month has no feasts or fasts like the other 11 months, as we delve deeper into Cheshvan’s prophetic meaning according the living Word.


The 7th month of the Biblical Calendar is a month to be prepared for, to understand according to the times and seasons we are living in, and for the birthing of promises.