The Hebrew year 5780 is coming to a close
Rosh Hashanah 2020 begins in the evening of
Fri. Sept. 18 and ends in the evening of Sun. Sept. 20
The Lord is saying at this time:
Isaiah 43:18 “Do not remember the former things, nor consider the things of old. 19 Behold, I will do a new thing, now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness [and] rivers in the desert.
I have observed a major move of God over time, that started in March 1999. Even though it is specific to my country Hellas (Greece), it affects all of Europe and the world.
Then, in March 2006 a major event took place that put an end to a 70-year period that was the equivalent to the 70 years of the Jews that were captive in Babylon. That was 7 years after March 1999.
7 years later, the year 2013 was a turning point at the peak of the economic crisis that had started a few years earlier. At that time the Lord spoke to me that a gradual increase of His power would be poured out over the next 7 years, and that is how things turned out from my perspective.
Then in March of this year 2020, at the completion of 3 cycles of 7 years since March 1999, the coronavirus issue was declared a pandemic that has affected the globe.
In addition to the coronavirus pandemic, other sources of aggression, upheaval, rebellion and violence bear witness to the wrath of the forces of Darkness, in anticipation of the new major move of God, which is at hand.
This is a time to forget the former things, because God is making a new road in the desert, as we read in Is. 43:19.