Prayer Journey to Mount Hermon

On March 15th, seven women – three Arabs, three Jews and an English Gentile –  came together for a prayer journey to Mount Hermon in the North of Israel. Our purpose was to continue the journey to the seven mountains of Israel that had begun in 2019, following God’s prophetic word to Rania (7 Mountains Vision). The 5th and highest mountain, Mount Hermon was yet to be accomplished.
During this time of the global coronavirus (COVID-19), we felt it was important to visit the highest mountain in Israel. The name corona comes from the Latin for the word crown, thus we were led to go to the highest place in Israel and crown Jesus as King over the land of Israel and all the nations of the earth.
“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious oil upon the head, running down on the beard, the beard of Aaron, running down on the edge of his garments. It is like the dew of Hermon, descending upon the mountains of Zion; For there the Lord commanded the blessing— life forevermore.

Psalm 133

First we came together and broke bread. The Lord had told me to blow a shofar and to arrive before 2.22pm. So we prepared our hearts to reach the top of Mount Hermon about half an hour beforehand and then blew the shofar at 2.22pm. See video below.

[Since the beginning of the year, God had been speaking to me about the numbers 222. For example, Revelation 22:2 where the river of life flows. God had told me to blow the shofar and declare over the highest mountain that the Lord will release His dew and the waters of life to clean and heal our land.]

We also took with us the prophetic elements of water, oil, salt, bread and wine.

We stood and prayed and interceded. With the shofar blowing, we declared: 

“Lift up your heads, you gates; lift them up, you ancient doors, that the King of glory may come in. Who is He, this King of glory? The Lord Almighty—He is the King of glory.”

Psalm 24:9-10,

We repented for divisions in the church, unforgiveness and racism. As Arabs, Jews and Gentiles together, we began to ask the Lord to heal the land. We repented for lukewarmness in the church and declared our love for the land, pledging allegiance to the Lord. We repented for the evil alliances between governments which had allowed a plague to come. We prayed for a deeper unity and that the Lord would shake the evil thrones as He is now doing and instead establish His kingdom which will rule over these governments. We prayed for righteous alliances between nations, that God’s throne will be established in these governments and founded on righteousness, truth and justice.

“I was watching in the night visions, and behold, One like the Son of Man, coming with the clouds of heaven! He came to the Ancient of Days, and they brought Him near before Him. Then to Him was given dominion and glory and a kingdom, that all peoples, nations, and languages should serve Him. His dominion is an everlasting dominion, which shall not pass away, And His kingdom the one which shall not be destroyed.”

 Daniel 7:13 &14

In a prophetic act, we took the crown and crowned the LORD over the highest mountain and declared Daniel 7: 9-13 & 21-28. As we held up the crown, the clouds parted in the sky above us and the sun shone.

We prayed for the healing of the land, for a release of the river of healing over governments and over the coronavirus. God had spoken to me beforehand to bring a specific bottle of oil that had been given to me in 2019. So I took this oil which is in a glass bottle shaped like a crown that had been a gift from a Jewish sister and was made according to the recipe in Exodus 30. Then, to my amazement, one of the Jewish sisters there with me explained the meaning of the name of the giver of the oil – her name is Tal Aharoni. Aharoni comes from the name Aaron, from the priestly tribe and Tal means dew (Psalm 133).

We poured the oil and the wine on the ground and sprinkled the salt as preservation and a reminder of God’s covenant. We built an altar to the Lord.