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Sivan - The Month of Zebulun (May, June)

BOOK: A Time to Advance

Understanding the Hebrew Tribes and Months

A Time to Advance, by Chuck Pierce with Robert & Linda Heidler, will help you learn to think like God thinks. As you study the Hebrew tribes and months, you will receive prophetic understanding of how the Lord orders your steps throughout the year. You will come to understand how God, from the past, develops His whole conquering army for today. You will also gain understanding on how each part moves together, as well as the redemptive quality of God's covenant plan for Israel.

SIVAN:30 days - May/June
Alphabet:ZAYIN - "Receiving mercy for completion"
Tribe:Zebulun - the "businessperson's" month
Characteristics:Sivan is the month of giving. It is also a month to receive your boundaries, be merciful, and to align properly. Sivan is also a month to talk your walk thereby making continuous, ongoing progress in order to move from one level of strength to the next.
Constellation:Gemini (2 tablets) - Torah given on Sinai
Color/Stone:White and Clear/Clear Quartz or White Moonstone

Sivan is the third of the twelve months of the Jewish calendar.

Sivan is the month of Pentecost, (Shavuot) which is the second of the three major feasts each year. Pentecost is a three-fold feast, celebrating God's provision. This feast commemorates the ingathering of the wheat harvest (God's physical provision), the giving of the Torah (God's provision of revelation, which took place at Mount Sinai at the time of Pentecost), and the provision of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2.

This month is important for connecting your talk to your walk (Prov. 10:9). What you are decreeing has to connecting with what you are walking. You start walking in what you decreed in the first month.

Giving is a key factor in this month. Three aspects of giving we need to enter into are: substance, time, and revelation. This month, review your giving process and receive new boundaries.