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A Prophecy for America by Prophetess Dr. Tracy Quintana

Jubilee for America🇺🇸
Prophetic Word Apr. 28, 2020

I heard the Lord say, it’s Jubilee for America!
& Freedom will ring once again says the Lord.

In Leviticus 25:10. A Prophet would blow a ram’s horn and it would indicate the start of the year of Jubilee.

A sound is now prophetically blasting forth and heralding in Jubilee! Indicating a time of Rest says God. A time of restoration of property, and a time of freeing my people from their debts and from slavery.

Marking the “Year of the Favor of the Lord”!

Luke‬ ‭4:18-19‬ ‭TPT‬‬
““The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, and he has anointed me to be hope for the poor, freedom for the brokenhearted, and new eyes for the blind, and to preach to prisoners, ‘You are set free!’ I have come to share the message of Jubilee, for the time of God’s great acceptance has begun.””

“to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.””

God says, -That which has been stolen, that which has been taken, that which has been embezzled, that which has been diverted that which has been hidden, that which has been covered up, that which has been intercepted, delayed, misappropriated and all that have been depleted, impoverished and illegally misused serving under this time of Duress-

2020 it will go down as a Year I will Bless!!

God says tell the people, there’s a mighty turnaround happening right now that will prophetically go down in history, and it will be known as Jubilee for America, and everything that belongs to this country will come back into the hands of America, its rightful owner! Freedom will ring once again says God and REST will come back into every city, every state, every region, every business, every family and every home across this great land!

A day of retribution,
justice
reckoning
recompense
redress
repayment
reward
satisfaction
restoration
healing
rebuilding
reclamation
recovery
reestablishment
reformation
rehabilitation
rejuvenation
remaking
remodeling
renewal
renovation
return
A day of revival

As there is now happening through this current circumstance of this pandemic, a monumental returning back to me says God, as in Zechariah 1:3 Return to me,’ declares the LORD Almighty, ‘and I will return to you,’ says the LORD Almighty. …. for this nation will return to me and declare from every home as in the times past, as they will be eye witnesses to this historic event, they shall announce it from their lips loud and clear once again,

“In God We Trust”!

For my hand is upon this nation because of the prayers of the righteous that have been ever so fervent for me says God. For even now listen close, the horn of My Spirit is blowing it in.

Jubilee, Jubilee, Jubilee says God!

~Prophetess DrTracy Quintana www.embassyinternationalglobalministries.com
A Word of Prophecy given to me April 28, 2020

K.I.S.H. Magazine Exclusive interview featuring Patrick Wellington

Interviewed by Albrean Wordsworth

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): Patrick, tell us a little bit about what you do.

Patrick Wellington: First, I am a hair stylist, I make sure that anyone who comes in the salon leaves looking a whole lot better than when they came in. You know, enhancing their beauty so they can feel as if they are on top of the world. In the salon, the whole atmosphere is created for a serene environment, particularly being in the heart of Chelsea which is very hectic and is busy. When you walk into the salon it is very relaxing; it is a calm serene environment. People want to stay there all day. Sometimes we have to put then out * Laughs*.

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): * Laughs* Yes, I get it. I can understand, a person’s hair style is what makes them, it is your personality. Do you have a special theme or motto that you go by, which helps you operate your everyday business?

Patrick Wellington: Not really, but it’s all about beauty and each day is different. Every day I approach the day in a different way. You can’t give everyone the same look or make everyone feel the same way. Each client has her own individuality.

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): Yes of course. Would you say hair styling is more like an Art?

Patrick Wellington: In a sense, yes. As hair stylists, we are called artists. We color different styles and shades. So yes, hair styling is a part of an art. This art is not on a canvas, it is on people.

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): Yes, definitely, I totally agree. What hair styles do you specialized in?

Patrick Wellington: My strong point is hair cutting. I worked with a gentleman in the past, who taught me the art of hair cutting. I keep practicing my craft and I am working on perfecting it. Though, I can’t really perfect it because then it will get boring.

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): Awesome, you are very blessed to have the skill and talent to style hair. How did you find your gift to be able to style hair?

Patrick Wellington: When I was a kid, the lady who raised me was a seamstress. I never knew from being around her, I would learn how to become the hair stylist that I am today. I was always around fabric my whole life, but I didn’t want to be a clothes designer. So, with clothes you can take it off but with hair, you cannot take it off. You got to wear it all the time. That is what I like about hair.

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): What would you say is one of your biggest challenges with owning a hair business?

Patrick Wellington: I wouldn’t say it’s challenging but it is a day to day operation. You know there is always something that might not go the way it is supposed to go. It’s mostly technical stuff, which might be a machine break down. You might have to call a mechanic, and still maintain your daily activities as a hair stylist. That’s the only thing but so far it has been great. Of course, there are some days that are more overwhelming than others, but I just keep it moving.

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): Yes, indeed. What advice do you have for any hair stylist that is looking to have their own hair business or beauty salon?

Patrick Wellington: I would say get the skills and get the clientele. Then put the pieces to the puzzle together because it is not just doing hair. You have to have assistance, you have to have managers, sometimes a receptionist and PR. It all depends where you want to start, but it is always good to start out simple and then grow it and get to know it.

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): Yes, I totally agree. So, Patrick, how can our readers connect with you on social media?

Patrick Wellington: We have Instagram, twitter and Facebook. On twitter it is @Patwell and Instagram and Facebook it is @WellingtonHairspa

Albrean Wordsworth (Interviewer): Awesome! On behalf of Dr. Kishma George and K.I.S.H. Magazine, we would like to thank you for taking the time out of your day to talk with us today!