How to Make the Most of 11/11/2020

Have you ever seen the same number over and over again as you went throughout the day? I was once told by a Christian naturopath that God loves to speak to us in numbers. From the creation story in Genesis to the divination of Revelation, it doesn't take in-depth research to see that God uses numerical patterns to denote significance all throughout the Bible.

Even though our calendar isn't exactly the same as the record of months, days, and years used in biblical times, we can still find messages and influences on a universal level with certain dates like today: November 11, 2020.

Significance of 11 and 1111 teaches that 11 represents chaos, disorder, and judgement. Given the pandemic and political mess, you could take this to mean that doom is either coming or going! What I would recommend, however, is looking at it from a more personal perspective. It's not so much about a world view, but introspection. states that 1111 represents karma, spiritual awakening, and spiritual transition. It's an offer to establish (or reestablish) a solid relationship with God.

As we know, grace has the power to defeat negative karmic energy when we align with the God from whom grace flows. This idea of making your relationship with God a priority can sync with chaos, disorder, and judgement as it pertains to your individual life and how placing him front and center can direct and clear your path.

Here are some ways to fully take advantage of today's energy:

1. Open your heart and mind to elevate spiritually.

Before I dive into this, I find it important to give a similar disclaimer to the one I gave when I first started writing about meditation – a practice that was once demonized by "the church" despite biblical instruction to make it an intricate part of our lives.

We have to remember that the enemy has limited power. In terms of creation, he can only

  1. misuse the gifts God gave him and allowed him to keep when he fell away and

  2. twist and contort that which God has already created to deceive people.

Examples of this can include meditation, music, sex, or anything else God designed that the enemy has perverted.

I became a believer 11 years ago (wow!) and I find it disturbing how quick Christians are to relinquish power and let the enemy use the very things that were meant for our enjoyment and growth against us. It's a quick way to end up in a perpetual cycle of bondage, but I digress.

While I'm slow to speak and very careful when I study these things, I'm also unapologetic about reclaiming my power and sharing biblical truths once I've uncovered them with those who, like me, know there's more to this life than meets the eye.

We serve a big God who's not to be contained by tradition, religious rhetoric, or church culture. Exploring his might and mysteries is part of the wonder