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  • Writer's pictureTerra Wagner


In October 2019 our Behold Conference in Palm Springs California took place. Over the weekend one of the main breakout sessions was focused around the prophetic significance of the new Hebraic year, 5780 and the new Gregorian year, 2020.

I have compiled a whole bunch of information, website links, and videos below for you to soak in as much information as you wish! Please email us if you have any questions. Blessings to you and yours in this AMAZING new year!

There is so much to be said for this new year 5780/2020 but let's start with a few facts. A new Hebrew decade began at sundown, Rosh HaShana, this past September 30, 2019. It's important to note that the Hebrew calendar did not end and begin again with the death of Christ so now the Jewish people have entered into the year 5780 instead of 2020. Both calendars, however, are entering a new decade.




The Hebrew language is more than mere markings but a richly intricate system of symbols and hidden mysteries. Jews have long believed the Hebrew language to be the hidden language of Heaven. Unlike the Phoenician alphabets we know today, Hebrew symbols contain within them prophetic pictures.

Every letter in the Hebrew alphabet is a phonic sound, numerical value, and a prophetic symbol.

Sheerah Ministries explains, "In their book, “A Time to Advance: Understanding the Significance of the Hebrew Tribes and Months,”Chuck Pierce and Robert & Linda Heidler outline the scriptural basis for why Christians today ought to consider such mysteries of faith and participate with their Jewish Master, Jesus, in the blessings and traditions of the Hebrew revelations on the times and seasons.

For example, this last decade from 2010 to 2019 has been all about “seeing” what God is saying about you, about your life, about the plans he has for you and for the world around us. It is not so coincidentally conjoined with the Hebrew Letter “Ayin” a picture symbol of an eye and characterized modernly in the number 70. Every year in the Ayin Decade coincides with another letter in the Hebrew Alphabet which was revealed in the early Jewish Talmud as having Heavenly significance, just as the instituted feasts (Rosh Chodesh, Yom Kippur, Passover, the Feast of Weeks. etc.) and appointed times of the Old Testament.

This coming year, 2020 in the Greco-Roman calendar, coincides with the Hebrew year 5780, 80 being part of the “Pey” (rhymes with “pay”) decade that will begin at Rosh HaShana this September 30, 2019. Just as 2019/5779 was a continuation of the last ten years in the “Ayin” decade of the seeing eye where God invited us to “see” what He is saying, this year and the nine years to follow will be an invitation to “speak” what God has shown us in the last decade. 

“Pey” is the Hebrew letter for the number 80, a picture symbol of a mouth. Discerning when to speak and when to be quiet will be a critical component during the next decade if we are to see the Kingdom of God growing in our lives and our world through our declarations of faith. “Ayin” gives insight, but it is the “Pey” (mouth) that gives insight expression. Wisdom is the key." (SOURCE: SHEERAH MINISTRIES)

We believe that as the people of God see what God sees and that as they declare what they see (with 20/20 vision) their words will have creative power, in the authority and power of the name and blood of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, to do the impossible! This is a year and a new decade of the impossible becoming POSSIBLE!



When I began researching this new year and the topic of creative power in our words and the sound waves that create them I came upon the Mantis Shrimp. Did you know that Mantis Shrimp create Sonoluminescence? Sonoluminescence is the emission of short bursts of light from imploding bubbles in a liquid when excited by sound. Sound with so much energy that it creates heat/plasma and creates a flash of light that scares, stuns, and even kills predators.

Scientist have figured out how to only create tiny versions of this phenomenon. But honestly, this shouldn't come as a shock to us. Really, God has been laying it out in scripture all this time for us to see and read.

"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light." Genesis 1:1-3

The meaning of the Hebrew word ruach is "breath," or "wind," or "spirit." In Scripture, the word is applied both to human beings and to God. Depending on the context, ruach can be talking about a person's emotional state of being, or their soul or spirit, and is sometimes used as an idiom, as in "a mere breath." When coupled with one of the names of God, ruach refers to the Holy Spirit. For example, Ruach Elohim is mentioned in the first few verses of Genesis to describe the Spirit of God hovering over the waters (Genesis 1:2). In the Old Testament, the translated phrase is always "Spirit of the Lord" or "Spirit of God."

The Ruach of God is the Creator of all other non-divine ruach. "God. . . gives breath [ruach] to all living things" (Numbers 27:16, NIV). When God created Adam, He breathed into Adam's nostrils and "man became a living creature" (Genesis 2:7). Job mentions the same breath of life as that which keeps him alive, saying "as long as my breath is in me, and the spirit [ruach] of God is in my nostrils" (Job 27:3). His friend Elihu affirmed the same: "The Spirit of God has made me, and the breath of the Almighty gives me life" (Job 33:4). It was the same Spirit that came to rest on Jesus Christ in the form of a dove, empowering and anointing Him as the Messiah (Matthew 3:16). This event was prophesied by Isaiah, who said, "And the Spirit of the Lord shall rest upon him, the Spirit of wisdom and understanding, the Spirit of counsel and might, the Spirit of knowledge and the fear of the Lord" (Isaiah 11:2). In both passages, the word for "Spirit" and "breath" is the Hebrew word ruach.

God's Ruach is often associated with His creative power. A very good of example of this comes from a conversation that Jesus had with a Pharisee called Nicodemus, who came to Jesus secretly in the night to ask Him questions. Jesus told Nicodemus that a person can only enter the kingdom of God if he or she has been "born of the Spirit" because "that which is born of the Spirit is spirit" (John 3:4–6). Then, He compares the Holy Spirit to the wind, saying "The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear its sound, but you do not know where it comes from or where it goes. So it is with everyone who is born of the Spirit" (John 3:8). Both the word "wind" in this passage and the word "Spirit" are the same word: pneuma, the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew word ruach.

God's breath, His creative power, His Holy Ruach is responsible for all that is created: the universe, the earth, and even the spirit of man. Even more amazing, the "new man" that is created when a person trusts in Christ for salvation, is also a creation of the Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 5:17; Ephesians 4:24), because it is "born" of God's Ruach. (SOURCE: COMPELLING TRUTH)

5780/2020 is going to be an exciting time to be alive and we hope and pray that you will seek out what God is saying to you this new year! Below is a video we would recommend you watch. A few of our favorites are on here to share with us some more information about this year that is upon us. Blessings!


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