We met three mothers of Caleb/Kaleb in a row.
As we travel, we first met Courtney Goodwin at the Nations Church, Orlando, FL. She and her family came to Orlando for a vacation and we had a great lunch together. She has a son named Caleb, 12 years old. It was June 27th, 2021.
Then we moved to Atlanta to meet Sandy Bates on July 6th. We met her and her family on July 7th. She has a son named Kaleb, 17 years old, although he was not at home at that time.
When we moved to Kentucky on July 15th, Lakisha Toussant picked us up from a Greyhound bus station and took care of us all throughout our stay in Kentucky.
We stayed in the same room with Kisha, and when she talked about her son Caleb, 23 years old, I suddenly realized that all three women’s sons are named Caleb/Kaleb.
These three women are from the School of Revival, and I met three of them in a row.
This cannot be coincidence.
Then we went to LA to meet another friend, Gabby. When we were in her hotel room, she joined a zoom prayer meeting for Writing in the Glory, and all three Caleb/Kaleb’s mothers showed up! I felt as if God was putting a “.” for our US travel by showing all three women. Actually we were close to the end of our travel at that time.
So, what did God want to tell us through these three Caleb’s moms? Someone said we’re going to “promised land”, and I agree.
Sandy Bates provided a profound insights, so I introduce her writing here.
My interpretation of Seya’s post concerning the first 3 SOR members they met in U.S – Courtney, Sandy, and Kisha – and the fact we all have sons named Caleb with ages 12, 17, and 23:
I actually had fun and a quick flow researching this. I love all the symbolism that numbers in the Bible represent – so I had a really good time with this! Anyway, when Seya first posted this, we thought that Courtney’s Caleb was 11, but now we see he is actually 12. I first researched the number 11, and since I saw significance in that number for Seya and Hacksun, plus all of us, I will still start with 11, but with also adding the number 12 to this research. Here is what I have and it is quite long, but I believe I found a lot of nuggets of truth in here:
I looked up the meaning of the numbers in biblestudy.org and they said 11 can mean disorder, chaos, and judgment and one of their reasons was that the rebellion against God in the tower of Babel was in Genesis 11. However, in my own study, I saw 11 as a good thing in the New Testament. I see it as the 11th hour generation that walks in the most blessings and favor. In Matthew 20, we read of the story of the landowner (who represents God) going out to hire laborers for His vineyard (the Kingdom of God). Those who came to work last at the 11th hour received the same as those who had worked all day, which of course caused some of the first workers to complain! Also, the other significant 11 that I see in the New Testament is there were 11 disciples left after Judas had betrayed Jesus. So 11 could also represent the remnant and the ones who remained faithful.
Now that we know that Courtney’s Caleb is actually 12, we all know that 12 represents the Church and the Body of Christ. There were 12 disciples. There were 12 sons of Jacob which became the 12 tribes of Israel. There were 12 spies sent to the promised land. In 1 Corinthians 12, the 9 gifts of the Holy Spirit that was given to the Church to operate in is explained. Then in 1 Corinthians 12:12, God talks about the Body of Christ and how even though there are many of us, there is ONE body.
I knew that “17” is the number of victory in the Bible, and biblestudy.org also confirmed that. They said that 17 represents “overcoming the enemy” and “complete victory”. They mentioned that the rain in Noah’s Ark began in the 2nd month on 17th day and that the Ark rested on Mount Ararat on the 7th month, on the 17th day. Also, they said that Jesus was resurrected on Nissan 17. (Later as I was typing what I thought 17 meant for Hacksun and Seya, the scripture came to my mind – no weapon formed against you shall prosper… – and then I quickly remembered that was Isaiah 54:17. So there is another 17 that represents victory and overcoming!
As far as 23, there were many things mentioned in biblestudy.org, however for our purposes, I want to highlight Psalm 23 because that would best represent God bringing us into green pastures, into His promised land, and complete victory! Also, I noticed that if you add 2 + 3, you get 5 which is the number of grace. Psalm 23 is a psalm in which you feel the grace and love of the Shepherd as He cares and leads all of us in life.
As far as the name, Caleb, we know that Caleb in the Bible was one of the only two people (Caleb and Joshua) of all that generation that got to enter into the promised land because they believed God was more powerful than the enemy. When I was in the process of giving birth to my Kaleb, the midwife proclaimed – Kaleb Joshua, taking the land! (Jim and I had decided to spell our Kaleb with a “K” for the Kingdom of God, and also because we had a hamster that we had named Caleb and spelled with a “C” and we didn’t want them to have the same name LOL – seriously!) Also, in Numbers 14 – God compliments Caleb as having a different spirit and had fully followed Him. Therefore, we can see that Caleb would represent taking the promised land, but also the fact he represented those who had a different spirit and fully followed the Lord. They were “all in” as we say in SOR!
The fact that there were 3 Calebs in the first 3 people you met in SOR. We know that 3 represents resurrection in the Bible. Jesus was resurrected on the third day and the Church will be raptured in the third day (third millennium).
MY INTERPRETATION FOR HACKSUN AND SEYA:
God is taking you into the promised land that He has for you. You two personally represent the 11th hour workers in the sense that you have not been born again as long as many in the Body of Christ (12 represents the Body), yet God is giving you wisdom and anointing at accelerated speeds in which it puts you in the category of “receiving the same pay” as the others – even though you were in a later group! So, if you end up having any of the “old timers” with a bondwoman mentality make you feel less than or that you shouldn’t know as much, just ignore them because the bondwoman always persecutes the free woman! (Galatians 4)
The number 17 represents the victory and overcoming power God has for you. No weapon formed against you shall prosper…. Isaiah 54:17 – and this is another victory verse for the number 17 – that God just showed me as I am typing – praise God!
Then we have the number 23. Psalm 23 is a fulfillment of His promises to you. He wants to be your Shepherd and lead you step by step into your promised land. It is a place of rest and trust for you guys. Don’t feel like you have to accomplish all this by your own strength. Jesus, your Shepherd, makes you to lie down in green pastures and leads you into your paths of righteousness. He prepares a table before you in the presence of your enemies. In other words, God will take up for you when people mistreat you! Lean on your intimacy and love for Jesus to guide you every step of the way. He has a good plan for you and surely mercy and goodness will follow you all the days of your life!
Then if you add the three “Calebs” ages, 12, 17 and 23, you get 52. Isaiah 52:7, “How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, who proclaims peace, who brings glad tidings of good things, who proclaims salvation, who says to Zion, “Your God reigns!” Well, this scripture is a definite confirmation of the call of God that you both have to be missionaries. You will bring the good news of Jesus to the multitudes!!!
INTERPRETATION FOR SOR FAMILY AND REMNANT BODY OF CHRIST:
I totally believe that we, the body of Christ (12, Courtney’s Caleb) is an 11th hour generation of believers. We will go much farther in less time than those who went before us. We are a generation of Christians that have been given rich teaching on the love and grace of God. We have been given much revelation on the love of our heavenly father and the fact we are His sons and daughters. We have an understanding that we are a family of believers all over the world. Technology has been a gift to connect many of us around the world in a spirit of unity in which we may not have been able to meet each other in the natural otherwise.
We are a remnant of believers that are understanding our authority in God. We are learning the importance of decrees and declarations. God is teaching us that we are supposed to be the head and not the tail. We have rich teaching that we are supposed to rule on top of the 7 mountains of culture. We are learning to take dominion and take our places of leadership in God’s Kingdom!
We are a generation that will enter our promised land. We are a Psalm 23 generation that is understanding that goodness and mercy will follow us all the days of our lives. No good thing will God withhold from us! We will be given great influence and authority in this present world to expand the Kingdom of God on this earth. (And the cool part is – it will be in front of our enemies that God will promote us! Psalm 23:5)
If you add the ages of the three “Calebs” – 12, 17, and 23, you get 52. Here is a scripture for us:
Put on your strength, O Zion;
Put on your beautiful garments,
O Jerusalem, the holy city!
For the uncircumcised and the unclean
Shall no longer come to you.
Shake yourself from the dust, arise;
Sit down, O Jerusalem!
Loose yourself from the bonds of your neck,
O captive daughter of Zion!
It is time for us to shake ourselves and arise into the destinies that God has for us! We must lose ourselves from all bondages because God has made us free – and whom the Son has set free is free indeed!!!