It’s Caleb’s Time

Recently I had a dream where one breakthrough and miracle was happening for people I knew one after another. From healing and deliverance from cancer, to the healing of spiritual blindness, to what looked like spiritual heart transplants (hearts of stone becoming a hearts of flesh), and it went on and on. The dream was moving at such a pace I couldn’t keep up to remember all the supernatural breakthroughs and miracles that were happening. It literally felt like Amos 9:13 message translation.
“Yes indeed, it won’t be long now.” God’s Decree. “Things are going to happen so fast your head will swim, one thing fast on the heels of the other. You won’t be able to keep up. Everything will be happening at once—and everywhere you look, blessings! Blessings like wine pouring off the mountains and hills. I’ll make everything right again for my people Israel: “They’ll rebuild their ruined cities. They’ll plant vineyards and drink good wine. They’ll work their gardens and eat fresh vegetables. And I’ll plant them, plant them on their own land. They’ll never again be uprooted from the land I’ve given them.” God, your God, says so.”
I also love the amplified classic translation that depicts everything “barren and unfruitful” overflowing with blessing.
In my dream it literally was one thing after another at such a fast pace.
Then the dream shifted and I was standing in front of Neil Diamond. I prophesied over him that he had a long unfulfilled desire of his heart that God was going to bring to pass and fulfil in this season.
I felt the interpretation to this prophesy was found in the meaning of Neil Diamonds name.
Neil means “champion”, “victory” and diamonds are forged under intense heat and pressure.
Therefore God is saying in this dream that those “champions” of God that have been forged in the fire are about to step into long awaited promises and desires fulfilled.
In the natural Neil Diamond is 81 years old. Caleb was 85 when He asked Joshua to “give him” Hebron.
Obviously it doesn’t mean you have to be over 80 to be a champion but this to me really pointed to the Calebs – meaning those who have stood faithful, through the fire, through the wilderness, through the battles, those who God has made to be champions who can take down giants and establish an inheritance in the earth.
It’s Caleb’s time! The champions of God are inheriting their portion.
Anita Alexander