Standing on House of Cards-Jonathan Cahn

Sunday, September 25, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Greg Hunter
September 25, 2016

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, a Messianic Jew, is out with a third best-seller in a row called “The Book of Mysteries.” In the “Harbinger,” he has said things like the attack on America on 9/11 was a warning. Now, Cahn is out with some new warnings. On the economy, Cahn says, “We are still on a house of cards, standing on a house of cards. There’s debt, and all the propping up, and actually, since the Shemitah of 2008, the world economy has never recovered. It’s been paralyzed. The growth has been paralyzed since 2008, and that’s with all the lowering of rates, which means we have no room for anything . . . . We are in the most dangerous months of the stock markets. . . . We are right now . . . in the period following the seventh Shemitah, which is the Jubilee period. It doesn’t have to happen, but it means the same dynamics (market crash) can happen as well into this period. There is a principle in the Bible that is linked to this . . . it says that if a nation follows God, it’s going to be lending to many nations and not borrowing. That is a sign of God’s favor. America has been the greatest creditor nation in history, but that changed as America has been falling away from God. This goes with the harbingers, and that has not stopped either. . . . As America continues to rapidly accelerate away from God, at the same time, America turned from the greatest creditor nation to the greatest debtor nation.”

On Donald Trump running for President, Cahn says, “On one hand, we have a party and candidate who has said ‘deep seated religious beliefs must be changed.’ Why? So, abortion can expand. That is from Hillary Clinton. The Democratic platform . . . has been the most brazen anti-Biblical platform this year. The Republican platform has been the strongest for these things (pro-Bible). Whether for Israel, or for life, or for religious liberty, so, I don’t see any choice on but one party. I don’t see any hope on the Democratic side, and do see there can be hope on the Republican side. . . . Donald Trump is a fascinating situation here. You cannot say he is living in any way shape or form an exemplary religious life; however, he has pledged on issues on the Supreme Court which will affect us for the next 30 years. We have to be careful about Trump because he has made statements very much like in Isaiah 9:10. Things like ‘America is going to be greater than ever,’ and that’s fine, but America can only be great by returning to the God who made America great in the first place. So, there’s hope there . . . He’s surrounded by believers, and so there is hope. There is also a warning. You cannot become great without returning to God. The hope for America is return and revival.”

On Cahn’s latest best-seller “The Book of Mysteries,” Cahn says, “The Book of Mysteries is literally opening up hundreds of the mysteries of God. Everything from the mysteries of the end times, mysteries behind history, mysteries of Heaven and mysteries of finding your own destiny, as well. The reason I was led to do this book is I believe we are going to have very challenging times ahead, especially for believers, very challenging times. God wants people to be strong. People say how do I stand? How do I flourish? You can flourish in the days ahead, and you can actually prosper in the days ahead, and I am not just talking about financially. I am talking about in the most important ways. So, I wrote “The Book of Mysteries” to give strength to everybody. It’s not only for believers, but it is for non-believers because people are reading it, and they are coming to the Lord.”

On the Middle, East Cahn says, “Every single nation that has blessed Israel has been blessed, and every single nation that has cursed Israel has been cursed. It’s not just that, but whatever you do to Jewish people gets done back to you. We are at a dangerous point, we have been blessed, but as we turn from Israel, watch out because it’s a perfect storm. . . . There is no peace for the Middle East. It is always a tinder box. . . . Do I see peace? Absolutely not, until as with America, the reconciliation comes with God. . . . If you don’t have peace with God, this is how you get it. This is the whole point of the book.”

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of the best-seller “The Book of Mysteries.”

(There is much more in the video interview.)

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