We celebrate the birth of William and Kate’s newborn baby boy, Prince George Alexander Louis, but even more important is the prophetic symbol that this boy’s birth has presented to our future. The name, George, comes from the Greek language and means earth-worker or farmer. This name designates something about the young men and women who are currently being born, for the farmer (or the earth-worker) is the one who cares for the ground which hold the seeds that will grow into the future and bring us great prosperity and success. All of us know how important farmers are to the continued prosperity of planet earth, but the significance of this little boy’s birth and the name he’s been given designates the task now upon him and shows the significance of his birth at this point in time.
The importance of understanding the age:
For the last three years, 2011 – 2013, the whole earth has been in a time of judgment and transition. The significance of this time was emphasized by 2011, at the meeting held in Pasadena’s Rose Bowl that was called “A Line in the Sand”. At the meeting it was plainly told to the entire body of Christ that Heaven was drawing a line in the sand, which signified the end of something. We know of course that the Biblical significance of the number eleven means the end of something, and this event happened on 11/11/11. The great mystery that all of the prophets have been seeking answers to is what God is planning for the future. I have asked the prophets time after time what God is planning for 2014. The best answer I’ve been able to get is that it is going to be a wonderful year. I need to tell you that it has been clearly seen among the prophets that the last three years of transition would be difficult, tornado- infested, whirlwind-driven, and would simultaneously be a time of God preparing us for great blessing, which also means the removal of all of your personal debts. What is the future?
Along comes baby George:
Kate and William began their fairytale romance with their favorite song, a British pop hit called, “Anything Can Happen.” The world joined them in the humming of that tune, which rose up in all of our spirits, the spiritual reality of God’s ability to do anything including circumventing natural laws. All of us rejoice in the reality that Kate, a commoner in England and not of any royal lineage, was able to marry Prince William, who was born of the royal blue bloodline of Buckingham Palace. What an amazing “dream becoming a reality” move of faith this was to the young people of the world! Truly any young woman or man’s dream could come to pass in this new picture of the future. The poorest person could now see the dreams of living in a palace come to pass, but even though dreams are wonderful there also is a process necessary when turning them into reality. Dreams must be placed in good rich earth and cultivated to grow into the eventual reality, and I believe this is the message that God is giving us all in having William and Kate name their first son Prince George.
The processing of “naming” emphasizes the importance of the farmer’s role in these next few years because today in so many fields of science we are birthing so many new possibilities. The science of birthing inventions has grown so rapidly that publications are finding it necessary to update their accounts on daily basis. Even your most behemoth of a newspaper weighed down with its bureaucratic staff finds it necessary to update news articles hourly. The Lord prophesied in these days that knowledge would be increased, and this is definitely being fulfilled before our very eyes.
The Good News Is Farmers Have The Key:
The next few years may present many situations where you can become frustrated by the speed of the changes happening around you. Yes, God has drawn a line in the sand and many things that we used to do have already ended and should be stopped. At the same time, for the birthing of the new to be managed successfully in our lives, we must take on the mindset of a farmer tilling the ground, fertilizing the seed, and watering the plant so things can grow and be nurtured. At the same time we must pull out the roots of weeds that would suck the life from the fruitful produce that God is providing for us. We do not need to spend time discussing, or having legal debates or making laws made about weeds; just pull them out, throw them into the fire and get back to the tilling of the soil. We do not refer to a farmer as a “deweeder” but instead as a caretaker of fruitful plants. In any endeavor, whether in ministry or a computer science lab, pulling weeds is waste of time. Focus rather on the good and prosperous activities around you. Although a farmer has to deal with weeds, he certainly does not make it the focus of his life!
A time when Hollywood gave crops to the world:
The golden years of Hollywood were those between 1931-1949. Most of films produced in this time had their weeds removed by the Hayes Office, which regulated films’ contents and removed the weeds. It is amazing to watch movie after movie made in this period of time with moral strength that was undeniably golden. You never have to worry about any off-color or poisonous spirit emanating from their stories. These were truly the golden years and they demonstrated the reason why good farmers like the men that ran the studio during these golden years need to be re-birthed into leadership in modern mass media today.
I personally believe that God is ushering in a new wave of leadership throughout the earth that will project the anointing of Prince George, the farmer. This ability to till the ground and pull out the weeds is necessary for the proper nourishment of the future world. What an exciting time to be alive, to see such glorious promises grow into full manifestation before our eyes! When I saw William and Kate hold their little boy before the admiring masses, my heart welled up within me with such springtime joy, and it brought their theme song to mind again, “Anything Can Happen”.