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It is now nearly five years since we planted the (spiritual) Kingdom “tree” on May 14, 2017 at our Second Passover conference here in Minneapolis. Janette Strauss provided the leading revelation about cleansing the land of bloodshed to make it productive. We learned how to do this by allowing the land itself to partake in communion, according to the law found in Deuteronomy 21:8, 9,
8 “Forgive Your people Israel whom You have redeemed, O Lord, and do not place the guilt of innocent blood in the midst of Your people Israel.” And the bloodguiltiness shall be forgiven them. 9 So you shall remove the guilt of innocent blood from your midst, when you do what is right in the eyes of the Lord.
Under the Old Covenant, cleansing the land of innocent blood was done through the sacrifice of a heifer (Deuteronomy 21:3). Under the New Covenant, we know that the heifer represented Christ, whose blood “cleanses us from all sin” (1 John 1:7). The provision in Deuteronomy deals specifically with innocent blood that pollutes the land and makes it spiritually unproductive. Unproductive land loses its ability to bring forth fruit. Leviticus 26:20 says,
20 Your strength will be spent uselessly, for your land will not yield its produce and the trees of the land will not yield their fruit.
These curses of the law for disobedience even affect the people themselves (Deuteronomy 28:30, 31), because there is a close connection between the fruit of the land and the fruit of the womb.
The curse on the land started a long time ago, but it was greatly magnified by Roe v. Wade in 1973, which allowed people to kill their unborn babies. That was not abortion; it was aborticide. Millions of innocent babies have been slaughtered on the altar of Baal since then, and this Satanic practice was designed to prevent the earth from being productive—that is, to bring forth the fruits of the Kingdom. Ultimately, it was designed to hinder the birth of the sons of God.
The solution involved a heifer (female), and so this law pointed to Christ’s feminine role, as with the related law of the red heifer in Numbers 19.
At any rate, at our conference in May 2017, we recognized that we were approaching the expiration of Babylon’s authorization to rule the earth (Jeremiah 27:5, 6, 7). Therefore, we knew it was time to plant a Kingdom tree that would indeed bear fruit. We planted this tree by prophetic declaration and signed the document with the seal/sign/signature of God on May 14, 2017. I wrote about this two days later in my conference report here:
The Law of Fruit-Bearing Trees
The law of fruit-bearing trees is found in Leviticus 19:23, 24, 25,
23 When you enter the land and plant all kinds of trees for food, then you shall count their fruit as forbidden [uncircumcised]. Three years it shall be forbidden to you; it shall not be eaten. 24 But in the fourth year all its fruit shall be holy, an offering of praise to the Lord. 25 In the fifth year you are to eat of its fruit, that its yield may increase for you; I am the Lord your God.
We know that the law is prophetic because it reveals the divine plan. God’s laws reveal the structural principles (methods) by which He accomplishes His will upon the earth. So when we planted the tree on May 14, 2017, a five-year cycle began, leading to our ability to “eat of its fruit.” The first three years took us to May 14, 2020. The fourth year took us to May 14, 2021.
Toward the end of the fourth year, the Second Passover fell on April 26, 2021. On that day, we inspected the fruit of our Kingdom tree and prophetically declared that the fruit was GOOD. You can read my report here:
The Fifth Year Harvest
We then entered the fifth year. We are now at the end of the growing season of the fifth year and are ready to begin to eat the fruits of the land that has been prepared and cleansed. As we began to approach the end of the fifth year, I reminded you of this on April 1, 2022 in this report:
This weekend is April 23 and 24, and I explained the significance of these days in yesterday’s weblog.
It is time to secure our inheritance. We are the children of the New Jerusalem (“Sarah”), if indeed we have New Covenant faith and do not claim the Old Jerusalem (“Hagar”) as our mother. There are many prophets and teachers who see the Promised Land and some even understand, to some extent, the timing of what is coming. They expect to receive the inheritance without realizing that their faith is rooted in the Old Covenant, and their view of prophecy is rooted in the Old Jerusalem.
I think many will be disappointed. Or perhaps they will receive a lesser inheritance. Even Ishmael received an inheritance (Arabia). It just wasn’t the Promised Land. In the end, only God knows everyone’s heart, so I leave it to God to decide such matters.
Next Tuesday is the one-year anniversary of the end of the fourth year in 2021. We could see some event marking that anniversary. However, by the Hebrew calendar, the Second Passover is May 15 this year, so technically, this is when the fifth year ends. By the law of fruit-bearing trees, we are supposed to eat the fruit before May 15. In the fifth year you are to eat of its fruit. I take that as a prophetic declaration.