The Establishment of the Momentum of God

With the right biblical understanding of time, it is possible to assist in leading the respective saints who desire to walk in the center of God’s will in the people of God into the right moment of the Lord.
Based on 1 Chronicles 12:32, we can see that the right biblical understanding of time contributes to the saints being led into the right realization of things within the temporary time.
1 Chronicles 12:32:
… 32 from Issachar, men who understood the times and knew what Israel should do – 200 chiefs, with all their relatives under their command; …
This results in the right outcomes in accordance with the will of God.
The Biblical Understanding of the Momentum of God
The spiritual space of the biblical understanding of the right moment of God can be equated with the tent of meeting that Moses erected while the people of Israel were in the camp in their tents (cf. Exodus 33:7a).
Exodus 33:7a:
7a Now Moses used to take a tent and pitch it outside the camp some distance away, calling it the ‘tent of meeting’. …
This type of tent carried the spiritual character of the encounter with God. The Hebrew word used in this passage for ‘tent’ is ‘’ōhäl’, which means a ‘tent’ that is ‘clearly recognizable as such from a distance’. The Hebrew root word of ‘’ōhäl – tent’ is ‘’āhal’ and means ‘to pitch a tent, to tent’ or ‘to shine brightly’. (Note: part excerpt from the Elberfelder Study Bible on the Hebrew words ‘’ōhäl’ and ‘’āhal’ with the word key number: 171, 170, 169*).
Furthermore, the naming of the ‘’ōhäl – tent’ by Moses includes the time of the encounter with God. This is evident from the Hebrew word ‘mô’ēd’ for ‘meeting’, which also means ‘gathering, festival time, appointment, appointed time’.
In addition, it includes ‘meeting with the right people at the right time in the right place’. (Note: part excerpt from the Elberfelder Study Bible on the Hebrew words ‘mô’ēd’ with word key number: 4227).
This results in the state of receiving strategic revelation implemented into the life of a saint in order to implement the right thing, that is, the plan of God in the visible realm.
Since Moses pitched the tent outside the camp of Israel, it shows that he understood the timing of God that was in the future each year. It was his concern to position these in the future of the people of Israel in order to give them the opportunity to enter into the time that God had predestined for them and thereby receive revelatory strategy for their lives. In this way, the Israelites were on the way to implement the plan of God, which was in their future, in the present of their lives (cf. Exodus 33:7b).
Exodus 33:7b:
… 7b Anyone enquiring of the Lord would go to the tent of meeting (Note: area of the future) outside the camp (Note: area of the past and present).
The plans of God can be manifested by being aware of which feast time of God is coming within a biblical year and being prepared accordingly in order to celebrate the presence of God in its respective characteristic at the feast time. This includes bringing the promise of God, which is still in the future, into the present of the temporary time, so that there is an encounter with the promise in order to enjoy it and expand further in it.
By going to the Tent of Meeting, each and every one of the people of Israel who stayed there entered into the time established by God that was related to their promise.
Moreover, it can be said that as soon as a person went to the tent, he suddenly found himself under the cover of the dark firmament with the shining stars. From this it followed that ‘the voice’ from the realm of the sons of God, which encompasses the sphere of the angels, found resonance in his heart and gave him the firm confidence of being enveloped by the promise of God (cf. Job 38:7; Psalm 19:1 i.c.w. Genesis 15:5; Psalm 18:11a).
Job 38:7:
… 7 while the morning stars sang together and all the angels (Note: sons of God) shouted for joy?
Psalm 19:1:
1 The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
Genesis 15:5:
5 He took him (Note: Abram/Abraham) outside and said, ‘Look up at the sky and count the stars – if indeed you can count them.’ Then he said to him, ‘So shall your offspring be.’
Psalm 18:11a:
11 He made darkness his covering, his canopy around him – …
This is evident from the Hebrew word for ‘mô’ēd – encounter’, which is first mentioned in Genesis 1:14 in the context of the stars in the firmament in the form of ‘signs’.
Genesis 1:14:
14 And God said, ‘Let there be lights in the vault of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them serve as signs (hebr.‘mô’ēd’) to mark sacred times, and days and years, …’
Each biblical month bears a fruit, i.e. a capacity of God’s promise, which He has put into the respective months and which is to be developed for us according to His standard.
If we, as the righteous, are rooted in the realm of His Spirit of wisdom and revelation, which is like a riverbed with its two banks, we are able, through God’s guidance, to crystallize out of each month the promise for that particular period of time (cf. Jeremiah 17:7-8 i.c.w. Revelation 22:2).
Jeremiah 17:7-8:
7 ‘But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in him.
8 They will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruit.’
Revelation 22:2:
… 2 down the middle of the great street of the city. On each side of the river stood the tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, yielding its fruit every month. And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.
In order to understand the moment of God in its fullness and to enjoy the blessings from it, it is necessary that we, as His people, become acquainted with the biblical months as well as recognize the three biblical feasts ordered by God and celebrate them in the freedom of faith.
The Three God-Appointed Biblical Feasts
These three feasts are:
  1. Passover (Note: celebrates the blood of the Lamb; cf. Leviticus 23:4-8).
  2. Shavuot/Pentecost (Note: celebrates God’s physical provision => giving of wheat; cf. Leviticus 23:15-17; God’s revelatory provision => giving of the Torah – teaching of God on Mt. Sinai; cf. Exodus 19:1ff.) and the provision of the Holy Spirit => Pentecost/power from on high; cf. Acts 2:1ff.)
  3. Sukkot/Feast of Tabernacles (Note: celebrating the glory of God; cf. Leviticus 23:33-36.39-43).
At these three feasts, according to God’s command, the men of the people of Israel (Note: symbol of authority and responsibility) were never to appear before Him empty-handed (cf. Exodus 23:14-17; Exodus 34:23-24; Deuteronomy 16:16-17).
Exodus 23:14-17:
14 ‘Three times a year you are to celebrate a festival to me.
15 ‘Celebrate the Festival of Unleavened Bread; for seven days eat bread made without yeast, as I commanded you. Do this at the appointed time in the month of Aviv, for in that month you came out of Egypt. ‘No-one is to appear before me empty-handed.
16 ‘Celebrate the Festival of Harvest with the firstfruits of the crops you sow in your field. ‘Celebrate the Festival of Ingathering at the end of the year, when you gather in your crops from the field.
17 ‘Three times a year all the men are to appear before the Sovereign Lord.

Exodus 34:23-24:
23 Three times a year all your men are to appear before the Sovereign Lord, the God of Israel.
24 I will drive out nations before you and enlarge your territory, and no-one will covet your land when you go up three times each year to appear before the Lord your God.

Deuteronomy 16:16-17:
16 Three times a year all your men must appear before the Lord your God at the place he will choose: at the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the Festival of Weeks and the Festival of Tabernacles. No-one should appear before the Lord empty-handed: 17 each of you must bring a gift in proportion to the way the Lord your God has blessed you.
This is why we are supposed to understand as God’s people that God has provided time frames in the spiritual as well as the natural realm that carry the potential to give new life, thus receiving new life in Jesus Christ in secret to be brought forth at the right time through ‘birth’.

In order to live in the blessings of God and the expansion of territory for this time (cf. Exodus 34:23-24), it is advisable to correctly understand the established biblical time frames of the Feasts of God and the biblical months.
By properly understanding the biblical feasts, as well as recognizing these time frames and the respective biblical months within each year, we create a realm of promise based on faith and faithfulness.

Celebrating the biblical feasts shouldn’t be done out of religious legalism, but out of our undivided hearts and our faith (Note: true relationship with God through Jesus Christ under the guidance of the Holy Spirit).

However, before we, as God’s people, celebrate the biblical feasts Spirit-filled or in faith, it is crucial that we personally spend time with Heavenly Father throughout the year in order to bring potential spiritual seed into the time frame of celebrating together with God so that God the Father can bestow spiritual or true life upon us.
This is the reason why men should not appear empty-handed before God at the three biblical feasts mentioned above (Note: Passover, Shavuot, Sukkot), because this time carries a ‘feminine character’ of fruitfulness.
Moreover, the sphere of God’s promise is like a canopy that stretches over our lives and in which the dark firmament with its shining stars is located. This realm is the sphere into which our forefather of faith Abraham also looked and heard the promise of God (cf. Genesis 15:15).
Genesis 15:5:
5 He took him (Note: Abram/Abraham) outside and said, ‘Look up at the sky and count the stars – if indeed you can count them.’ Then he said to him, ‘So shall your offspring be.’
Therefore, let us enter with confidence into the tent of God’s promise, understanding its times and feasts in order to go forward with a greater capacity of His promise by His grace.
Amen and Amen.
In His Wisdom,
Daniel Glimm