2021 Omer Season

2021 Omer Season

Hi, this is Dr. Audrey Drummonds again with you. What I'd like to give a little bit of insights that I've been studying for several weeks now, counting the Omer during this 20/20 year of hindsight, of seeing clearly. I've shared in some of my other previous videos, as we count the Omer, the season between Passover resurrection that we would refer to maybe as Easter, to Pentecost or Shavuot, which is 50 days later, this 50 days is a blessing period. It's called the Feast of Weeks. And this is the time that the Lord had said in the Old Testament, you don't have to count the Omer. It's a daily, daily encounter with the Lord. But if you do, you will be blessed. It's not going to make the difference of whether not you are fully come through Passover, but it does make a difference of how you understand and the relationship with the Holy Spirit that is received as the corporate body church at Pentecost.

So, we're just about at Pentecost of where the season we're in right now. Lot's been going on with this coronavirus. A lot has happened of the shaking around the world, of isolation, churches closing, synagogues closing, social distancing. So it's a whole different thing that, yes, the Lord is doing a mighty, mighty move. Something we all know is the definition for insanity is if we keep doing the same thing over and over again, and yet we expect a different result. Well, we've got to wake up and realize that God is trying to shake us all out of our insanity of how we've been praying, how we've been in a relationship with Him, of what we're calling ourselves as Christians, of what we're calling ourself as His church.

He is trying to do a new thing. What is that new thing? Well, in counting the Omer, I've got a lot of great, great nuggets that I want to share with you. I hope you'll take some notes, because I'm going to move a little fast, keeping the video limited. I'm hoping to do more and more videos, but when the Lord gives so much wisdom and knowledge and revelation, I end up just wanting to pass it off. But at the same time, anxious of getting more.

So, as I am passing this on, please grab it, grab hold of it. Do your own research. Basically, if you've ever been in in-depth Bible study, you've been in a mature Christian for a long time, some of familiarness is, "What season are we in?" And you'll hear terminologies of, "Oh, we're in the Elijah movement," or "We're in the Joshua generation," or, "We're in the kingdom now movement," or "The third generation unveiling," or, "The movement of the Holy Spirit."

In the past, it became denominations of Baptist movement out of the Martin Luther, the Lutheran movement, the Catholic movement, the Pentecostal movements. So what movement are we in now? Well, this one, it's off the charts, because what the Lord has shown me is this is the movement of Dinah, D-I-N-A-H. Dinah Generation. And I know for many theologians that have studied and studied, they don't even know that that name's in the Bible because women were not recognized very much. But I say that because when we go to the Old Testament and hear some of the nuggets I want to give you real quick, we will all agree as theologians, as Bible scholars, that the first five books of the Old Testament were written by Moses. We agree on that. We agree that Genesis was inspired by the Holy Spirit given to Moses.

If we stop and really start asking why questions, when we think about this, instead of just, "Yeah, Moses wrote it," recognize that Moses was writing everything that Christians are believing, what Bible scholars are believing, coming out of Genesis. And yet Moses wasn't there. Moses didn't even come on the scene. So everything he's coming through of showing us, there's a purpose and a reason of why that particular amount of information was given to us and other things were left out.

Why did Moses only write this? Why did we need to know this in the book of Genesis? But then he didn't write about this. Obviously in the book of Genesis, we have many, many millions of people that are taking place, because we had many, many generations. So we had many, many men and women. Yet in Genesis, we're only given names of certain particular men or particular women in Genesis. For it's not that the other people were not important or significant in what God was doing, but this is what Moses was told by God to give to us of what we needed to know for such a time as now.

Well, where I am going is in the book of Genesis, there is a woman named Dinah. This woman is Jacob's daughter. If you recall, Jacob had 12 sons, but he also had one daughter. Where's the daughter? Why, when Moses, now that he has brought all the children 430 years later out of Egyptian bondage, crossed over the Red Sea, they're in the wilderness, and he's being given all this revelation about the inheritance for the tribes. If we tried to write down what we know of about 10 or 11 generations ago of just your own family life, what would you write down? We're talking about the great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great kind of thing of your relatives, of your ancestors.

So, these children that are in bondage in Egypt, everything is just being trickled down of oral communication. Moses at the same time is being inspired by God to give us thousands of years later in the beginning. What does that mean? What is he really trying to pull together of our inheritance and what we're following now?

Moses is giving a land inheritance of a promised land to 12 tribes. He's told 11 of these tribes will have certain literal land locations. The Levitical tribes would have refuge cities within those locations, and that would be their place of domain.

But wait a second. What about Dinah? Was she not a child of Jacob? Where was her inheritance? And of course, theologians have come across and said, "Well, she was a woman and women didn't inherit anything." Hmm. Let's go, and if we look in Numbers, and let me see, I think I ... Where did I write it down? In Numbers 28, and we find that one of the lineages of the son of Manasseh, which is a son of Joseph, this gentlemen, he didn't have any sons. He only had daughters.

They go to Moses, and they say, "Our father did not have any sons, but should not our father's name be remembered? Do not the daughters deserve an inheritance?" Moses took it before the Lord. And the Lord said, "Yes, they do."

The hang-up is that is the end. We're not told where this inheritance is at. We're not told a plot of land of where that existed. It's just, yep, they deserve an inheritance and everything gets moved on. So it leaves the what's happening? Where does all this go back?

I believe the land inheritance is the land, not of the literal land, as the 12 sons were taking place in, but the inheritance that the bride of Christ, the glory that is filled in this earth, is the inheritance. It's the inheritance of the bigger picture that is being unveiled.

Where I pull all that from, stay with me, because it is in Genesis. Moses could not have decreed that these women in Numbers, according to the Lord, had rightful rights to have an inheritance by their father's name, and then turn around and give us the understanding of Jacob having a daughter named Dinah. And where was her inheritance? Where was the inheritance that was prophesied? The prophetic vision that Moses was given to write Genesis.

These are the kind of questions that I hope I can stir up in you to look back and find out, and to find out also that the inheritance that the women received did not just come from their own father, but it went all the way back to the promised inheritance of all their fathers' ancestors, including Manasseh's inheritance and Joseph's inheritance.

Stay tuned, and I will see you next time. But open your Bible and look, because this is your promise for this season of this new move that's taking place. God bless you.