What Month is it?

Along with the Gregorian calendar, we also follow the Hebraic calendar, which contains the original timing that was followed in biblical times. Here, you can learn about the current month and gain an understanding of its significance in your everyday life.

The Month of Shevat

Summary of Shevat

Shevat is the eleventh of the twelve months of the Jewish calendar. This month is linked with the tribe of Asher, which pictures pleasure, happiness, delicious, and fatness. During this month, you should beware of the delicacies of the king. You might want to do a Daniel fast this month. 
This month is a time to develop a plan to sustain the generations. The best question to ask yourself this month is: “How does your olive tree blossom?” Read and meditate on Psalm 1 this month.

Characteristics of Shevat

  • Timeframe:
    30 days – January, February
  • Hebraic Alphabet Symbol:
    TZADIK — symbolizes the “righteous one”
  • Tribe:
    Asher – pleasure, happiness, delicious, fatness; beware of the delicacies of the king
  • Constellation:
    Aquarius (the water carrier) — your roots awaken to the water of life
  • Color/Stone
    Light Olive Green and Yellow/Citrine Quartz or Peridot

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A Time to Advance

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.