BOOK: A Time to Advance
Understanding the Hebrew Tribes and Months
A Time to Advance, by Chuck Pierce with Robert & Linda Heidler, will help you learn to think like God thinks. As you study the Hebrew tribes and months, you will receive prophetic understanding of how the Lord orders your steps throughout the year. You will come to understand how God, from the past, develops His whole conquering army for today. You will also gain understanding on how each part moves together, as well as the redemptive quality of God's covenant plan for Israel.
Summary: The tribe of Naphtali/Month of Adar
|Adar:||29 or 30 days - February, March|
|Alphabet:||KUF — removing the masquerade, entering joy|
|Tribe:||Naphtali – “sweetness is to me;” a time of celebration that your curse is overturned.|
|Characteristics:||Your true identity should be reflected this month, spiritually as well as physically. This is a month to overturn worry through the release of supply. This month you will develop your war strategy. Don’t let the giants produce fear in you and guard yourself from idolatry. This is the time for decrees set against you to be broken. This is the month roots of depression and despair can break through into faith.|
|Constellation:||Pisces (the fishes) — finding supply in the “hidden” world. There is an identity for you in the invisible world.|
Adar is the twelfth month of the Jewish calendar. The word Adar means “strength.” This is a month of good fortune for the Jewish people and a month of joy.
Adar is the month of Naphtali which means “sweetness is to me.” This is a time of celebration so that any curse is overturned and things become sweet. Adar is a good month but also a dangerous month.
The constellation for this month is Pisces, the month of the fishes. You will find your supply in the hidden world. This is the month where Jesus told Peter to find the fish with the money in its mouth to pay their taxes.
The Hebrew letter linked to Adar is KUF. This is the month to remove the masquerade so you can enter into laughter. In other words, remove any mask you have been hiding behind so you can enter into the true joy of who you are. A mask always stops the joy.
Adar is the month to root out depression and despair so faith can break through into your thought processes. We all have roots of depression and despair to some degree, but we can overcome these roots with the joy of gladness. Take off the cloak of heaviness and put on your garment of praise.