The Winds of Pentecost

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God gave Jaeson Psalm 4:4: “Be angry, and do not sin. Meditate within your heart on your bed, and be still. Selah. Offer the sacrifices of righteousness, and put your trust in the Lord.”

After the earthquake on March 16, Jaeson wrote in his prayer letter, “It just so happens [that] this year Easter lands on 4/4. God is warning us—waking us and urging us to wash ourselves clean of all sin and unrighteousness to prepare for a great glory that is about to be revealed in our land, but it will not come without impending shaking and possible judgment.”

He went on to share that he had spoken about this in a prayer gathering in Hollywood for people in the arts and entertainment industry. Jaeson touched on the significance of 4-4. One leader pointed out how important “4s” are in music. Music is often notated in 4/4, 4/8 or 4/32 time signatures. He felt that the “4s” that are rocking the city of Los Angeles are significant.

Another earthquake rocked Los Angeles on Easter— 4/4. I encourage you to look to the areas where all these earthquakes were felt and ask God to shake the things that need to be shaken to reveal His glory. It is time for His glory to be revealed so all can see it!

As I prayed about these signs the Holy Spirit spoke to me once again and said, “Winds of Pentecost.” I immediately thought about what I had prophesied at the memorial service for Freda Lindsay, the former president of Christ for the Nations Bible Institute in Dallas: “The winds of Pentecost are blowing, and they are going to take the seeds that she has sown and blow them across the face of the earth. There are mantles falling if you want them.”

On April 5, the Lord said to me: “Cindy, Pentecost. Check out the dates for this year’s Pentecost and call my people to cry out on that date.”

Pentecost this year is May 23, and it will be somewhat unusual because the eastern and western traditions will be converging, with the celebrations being held on the same date. This does happen, but rarely. In addition, the last Global Day of Prayer event (these prayer meetings have been going on for 10 years and this is the last one), will be held on Pentecost Sunday in Capetown, South Africa.

God wants His winds of Pentecost to blow at Pentecost. The Lord says: “I want My people to pray in a new Pentecost that will sweep the face of the earth, for I am coming with divine visitation that will touch heaven and earth. Many will be swept into the kingdom of God, and My glory will pour out with signs and wonders both in heaven and [on] the earth!”

In the Russian Orthodox tradition, the night of Pentecost calls for a special “kneeling prayer” service in which everyone makes a full prostration, touching their foreheads to the floor. We may not be called to a similar demonstration, but let’s all participate in a day of fasting and prayer as the Holy Spirit has directed so that a Pentecost of wind, fire, and glory will break out across the earth in unusual ways. 

About the author: Cindy Jacobs is co-founder with her husband, Mike, of Generals of Intercession ( and host of God Knows, a weekly television program on which she interviews leaders, teaches, prophesies and prays for the sick. Also founder of the United States Reformation Prayer Network (USRPN), Cindy is inviting individuals and leaders across the nation to join the Jacobs' ministry in a national prayer initiative for 2010 named "Root 52"—a 52-week prayer strategy to bring the United States back to its covenant roots. For more information, go to

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