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"The Harbinger" by Jonathan Cahn [message #9320] Sat, 02 February 2013 13:15 Go to next message
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I don't know if you have read the new book called "the Harbinger" but I have many concerns about this book. It appears from other web sites that most Christians claim this book is a word from the Lord.

I received the book from someone who was claiming it was a great book and they along with others thought it was from the Lord.

Reading the book I had concerns with this prophet who came across as being mystical. The book was very repetitious repeating the prophecy in Isaiah over and over driving home the point that this was a hidden prophecy concerning America.

Here is a short video showing Glenn Beck a professed Mormon interviewing the author a Jewish Rabbi, and he is seen to be agreeing and promoting the book as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dARmF4oRMus

I just wanted to share this with everyone. I have concerns about this book going through Christian circles and being accepted as from the Lord.

Gary



Re: "The Harbinger" by Jonathan Cahn [message #9321 is a reply to message #9320 ] Sun, 03 February 2013 07:59 Go to previous message
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For the most part I agree that some form of judgement is coming to America. But I wonder about all this patriotism and everyone fighting for a cause.

Take for instance abortion. We know its wrong and murder of small babies. But as Christians is this the message that we are to proclaim?

In the NT Paul dealt with matters within the church but social issues was not the thrust of his ministry.

I think the church appears to be preaching laws to the world rather then the grace and mercy of God.

The good news is Jesus died for the sins of the world and all men can freely receive salvation.

Maybe I am not seeing this clearly here and there is more to the picture then what meets the eye.

For some reason certain sins are mentioned quite frequently while others are overlooked. Everyone is worked up about gay marriages but never mention all the men and woman living together in fornication.

I was at a wedding last summer and they were going to throw the flowers to all the young gals. None of them wanted to go over to catch the flowers. Someone said; Come on and catch the bouquet while we get pictures, one young gal finally spoke up and said, Who wants to get married anyway?

This is the mindset of the youth, marriage is looked down upon, while in the gay community its sought after.

For all its worth patriotism has a stronghold in the church as being part of God's plan. Certain sins are taboo, while everyone looks the other way when accepted social sins are being practiced.

Paul was accused of turning the world upside down, it looks to me that the world is upside down all along.

Gary

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