JUBILEE YEAR - WHAT IS ITS SIGNIFICANCE?

QUESTION: "WHAT IS THE YEAR OF JUBILEE?"

Answer: The word “jubilee”—literally, “ram’s horn” in Hebrew—is defined in Leviticus 25:9 as the sabbatical year after seven cycles of seven years (49 years). The fiftieth year was to be a time of celebration and rejoicing for the Israelites. The ram’s horn was blown on the tenth day of the seventh month to start the fiftieth year of universal redemption.

The Year of the Jubilee involved a year of release from indebtedness (Leviticus 25:23-38) and all types of bondage (vv. 39-55). All prisoners and captives were set free, all slaves were released, all debts were forgiven, and all property was returned to its original owners.

In addition, all labor was to cease for one year, and those bound by labour contracts were released from them. One of the benefits of the Jubilee was that both the land and the people were able to rest.

THE ORACLE, THE JUBILEAN MYSTERIES UNVEILED, by Johnathon Cahn.

 

Johnathon Cahn has also written several other books his most well known are The Harbinger and The Book of Mysteries.

 

The Oracle could be called, in most part, a historical novel based on incidents related to the timing and history of the years of Jubilee dating back to 70 AD.

 

 

“And so the Jubilee of 1967 would mark not only the return of Jerusalem but the beginning of an age of spiritual revival among the Jewish people. The return of Jerusalem would usher in a massive return of Jewish people to their Messiah, to Jesus, and the reappearance of Jewish believers and disciples in numbers not seen since the first century.

Many of these revivals and movements would trace their beginnings to the year 1967. Others were born of the Jesus Movement.

 

The Jesus Movement was birthed in the Summer of Love. And the Summer of Love began in 1967” The Oracle page 251

 

Referring to what he calls “the true remnant” of the Christian church according to the law of return referenced by the year of Jubilee he writes:

 

“It means the return to the Book of Acts...the return of true disciples, apostles, and messengers of God, the return of the radical revolutionary witness that once stood distinct from the world and shined in the darkness the light of God.

It means the return of the power that once broke down ancient walls, made the kingdoms shake, opened prison doors, set captives free, turned the world upside down, changed the course of human history, overcame all things.” The Oracle page 269

 

In the penultimate chapter of his book Jonathon Cahn gives a quite unique and very convincing message of salvation.

 

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