Rabbi Curt Landry shares a word regarding the Hebrew year of the “mouth, pey.” He shares that 5780/2020 is the “Year of the Mouth,” why it is crucial, and what it means.
In a time when we are meant to speak, it is interesting to discover that we are not always meant to speak more often or louder…but instead with intention and discernment.
Yes, there may be times in this year and others where God has us basically stand on a soap box and speak His will. After all, many of the prophets in the Word were given such tasks. However, this is not something God has us do in every season—not even in those where we are meant to speak!
There are times when God gives us a word and we ARE to speak it out, while other times it is only to one or two people, or even holding the word until God allows us to release it. When we know that we know that God has given us a big or exciting word, it can be easy to want to tell everyone…but not everyone is at the same season. Not everyone is meant to be a part of that word, or a part of it at the time we receive it. There is a time and season for everything and everyone, and sometimes, even in times of speaking, God will have us be silent about something to protect the word, or to protect others.