Diane Lake shares a word regarding this being a season of prophets and that many will be coming forth as it’s their time to be heard. She also refers to an article she wrote back in July. In that article, she shared that the Lord had been showing her that the year 2020 would become known as “the year of the prophet,” and more.
At the time that I wrote this we were in the Days of Awe—the ten days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur. Even if you don’t celebrate or follow the feasts, there is a huge significance to the fall feasts, with much accompanying activity in the heavenlies.
In fact, there is so much new revelation coming forth it can be difficult to keep up with it all! I saw this illustrated in a recent vision in which I was walking beside an angel who handed me some paper resembling a pamphlet. I believe this represented a “scroll of revelation” and that those willing to listen for themselves and to the prophets in this season will receive key strategies and revelation for their lives and destinies.
Since crossing into the New Year 5780, some verses have come back to my remembrance: Jeremiah 33:11, Isaiah 6:8, and Zechariah 9:16. My sense was that the Lord wanted to show me a progression in them which ultimately connects to Acts 19:11-12.
Jeremiah 33:11 (NKJV) speaks of a return to renewed covenant blessings and restoration. It reads: “‘The voice of joy and the voice of gladness, the voice of the Bridegroom and the voice of the Bride, the voice of those who will say: “Praise the Lord of hosts, for the Lord is good, for His mercy endures forever”—and of those who will bring the sacrifice of praise into the house of the Lord. For I will cause the captives of the land to return as at the first,’ says the Lord.”
This one verse alone mentions “the voice” five times as a precursor to a time of excellence and restoration!