A Bold Warning To Our Country: Rabbi Jonathan Cahn

It’s a rare thing in these days for a televangelist or preacher to boldly preach the unadulterated gospel with a gentle spirit of love in front of a national audience.


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Last night our church watched the video below of Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn’s speech delivered over two weeks ago at the Presidential Inaugural Prayer Breakfast. I have watched his Harbinger message in the form of DVD and interviews and our church is currently reading the best seller book. It’s a rare thing in these days for a televangelist or preacher to boldly preach the unadulterated gospel with a gentle spirit of love in front of a national audience: “Repent the kingdom is near, you must be born again(Matthew 3 and John 3)”. The closest comparison that I can think of is Billy Graham.

Whatever your theological background or eschatological stance is, all of the Body of Christ needs to be prepared with oil in their lamps(Matthew 25:1-13) to be the bride(Revelation 19:7-9) and behind all of our forms of evangelism from conferences to community service to music, must be a message to the world that we need to repent and be born again.

Harbinger and Jonathan Cahn Links:

-Zan

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2 thoughts on “A Bold Warning To Our Country: Rabbi Jonathan Cahn

  1. This is exactly what needs to be spoken to the United States, and especially our leadership. It is time stop apologizing for the truth of the Word of God. I especially love the parallel that he draws between Israel’s apostasy, and the apostasy that is taking place in the United States. Judgment lies at the door, and we are being given an opportunity to repent.

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