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Three, 120 and Divine Completeness
120: The Mark
The Shofar and 120
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Vision of 120 for Houston, Texas!

On Wednesday, September 3, 2014, I was invited to participate in a strategic prayer event hosted by the Union Baptist Association in Houston, Texas. Pastors and Intercessors from across the Houston metro-plex had been invited to hear aprayer vision for Houstonthat the Lord had given to Dr. John R. Bisagno, former pastor of First Baptist Church Houston and senior church father to the Houston area. When the prayer vision was explained by Bro. John, as we affectionately call him, the Lord released a very strong flow of the anointing upon me confirming that what Bro.

Three, 120 and Divine Completeness

The number three is symbolicof a cube, since at least three dimensions are necessary to mathematicallyrepresent or to describe asolidform, i.e.; (x).Therefore, the number three represents “that which issolid, real,substantial, complete, andentire. . . . All things that areespeciallycompleteare stamped with this number . . .”* Since only Godis entirely solid, real, substantial, and complete, the number three uniquelyrepresents Divine Perfection or Completion. Theentire universe is held together by God alone.

120: The Mark

InFebruary 2007, the Lord told me that “120is the number that marks thegenerations that witness the Mighty Works of God.” “120”is the numericalmark or sign that God has consistently put upon the generations that witnessedHis mighty works in Scripture. There were approximately120saints in the upperroom in Jerusalemwaiting for the Holy Spirit to be released at the first Pentecost following theresurrection of Messiah. The generations of that day witnessed the Mighty Worksof God at the hands of Yeshua the Messiah

The Shofar and 120

 
The120years of Moses’ life not only marked the generations that witnessed the MightyWorks of God while Moses was still alive, but it marked the generations who witnessedthe Mighty Works of GodafterMoses died andafterJoshua crossed into the Promised Land. The Moses generations from Egypt and theWilderness journey gave birth, literally and spiritually, to the Joshuagenerations that possessed the Promised Land and are thus marked, as theirparents were, with the number120: the number that marks thegenerations that witness the Mighty Works of God.

ELUL, Shofar and 120

 
 
Elul is the twelfth and final month in the Jewish calendar. It is a month that connects the past year with the coming year—a time when we reflect on where we stand and where we should be going.
 
It is called “the month of repentance,” “the month of mercy” and “the month of forgiveness.” Elul follows the two previous months of Tammuz and Av—months of tragedies,which were brought upon us through our sins. In Tammuz the Jews sinned with the golden calf; on Rosh Chodesh Elul, Moses ascended to Mt.
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