Apostle Jane Hamon recently shared a powerful message during a conference earlier this year.
In John 16, Jesus talks about the Holy Spirit and how he needs to go away to send him to us. But what’s interesting is the word that Jesus uses to describe the Holy Spirit – paraclete. This Greek word means “one that walks alongside,” but it also means someone who becomes our advocate and helper in times of trouble. Essentially, the Holy Spirit stands up for us and takes our side.
But here’s where it gets even more exciting. In the Aramaic language, the word for paraclete is “perata,” which is actually two words combined. The first part, “perak,” means “the one who removes or destroys,” and the second part, “letter,” means “the curse.” So when you put them together, “perata” means “the one who removes or destroys the curse.”
Wow, talk about powerful! The Holy Spirit isn’t just our helper, but he’s also the one who destroys curses and sets us free from the things that hold us back. And Apostle Jane Hamon believes that we’re going to see an incredible release of this yoke-breaking, curse-destroying anointing through God’s people this year.
It’s amazing to think about how the Holy Spirit works. He’s not just a comforting presence, but he also empowers us to overcome and conquer the things that try to bring us down. So if you haven’t already, be sure to check out Apostle Jane Hamon’s message and get ready for an incredible year ahead.