Hanukkah means "dedicate" or "re-dedicate". Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday that was started between the Old and New Testaments as a commemoration of a time when the Jewish people regained control of the Temple.

Hanukkah has been practiced in a secular fashion as the Jewish alternative to Christmas, but it actually has much more in common with Thanksgiving.

Hanukkah celebrates an event when God kept the lights going, when they should have gone out. The lights were fueled by oil, so oil is an important part of Hanukkah. Hanukkah is the feast of lights.

In times of scarcity and darkness, God will keep the lights going. I believe that food multiplication and miraculous longevity of material items will take place. I believe that God will miraculously win our battles to retake the temple, bringing many to a dedication of their faith in Christ, while providing oil that does not run out to keep the lamps burning.

Souls will be won by God and many people who's very temples of their bodies have been taken over by things other than God, will be given back to and re-dedicated to God. There will be many dedication and re-dedication celebrations in the days ahead.

I believe that there are testimonies that will be told of, "a great miracle happened here", as personal Hanukkah's happen in people's lives.