When Moses went up to Mount Sinai to meet with God, he was given instructions regarding specific days, times, and seasons which were to be consecrated and set apart as holy days. Each of these appointed days was very important to God and had a specific purpose. The observance of these days were foreshadows of God’s plan of redemption through Christ and revealed His desire to pour out the fullness of His blessings upon His people.
Among these special observances was the Year of Jubilee. It was not just a man-made tradition or ceremony, but it was God-ordained! God planned for Israel to observe it throughout the generations as a testimony of God’s faithfulness and supernatural provision.
The word “jubilee” is taken from the Hebrew word “yovel,” and over the years, it became known as a year of liberty, freedom, and victory! It means “to cause to bring back.”
In Leviticus 25, God established five essential features which characterized Jubilee (FINANCIAL YOVEL) in ancient Israel:
- Release: Liberty was proclaimed to all who were in bondage — those enslaved were set free.
- Restoration: Lost possessions were returned — property lost through debt or poverty reverted to its original owner.
- Debt cancellation: All debts were canceled.
- Protection: The people would dwell in the land in safety because the enemy — who came to rob, steal, and destroy — would be defeated.
- Increase: There would be divine sufficiency, a supernatural cycle of God’s provision.
As New Testament Israel, God wants you to experience financial jubilee — continual provision, total supply — as did His people, Israel.
Make this declaration:
I am entering into a financial jubilee of continual provision and total supply.