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Dec 17, 2014 Jonathan Cahn and the Harbinger, the Mystery of the Shemitah review and links

The key to understanding the events that are moving peoples, nations and economies is to understand and see the hand of God working to bring about His will at His set times.

Messianic Jew Jonathan Cahn has brought to light, uncovered, rendered visibly the power and timing of God’s changes to the nations, the economies and the balance of earthly power, specially the United States.

In the Harbinger he discovered that Isaiah 9:10 that was a prophetic warning to the nation of Israel before the Assyrians destroyed them was being sent again this time to the United States of America at ground zero of the twin towers collapse. With this revelation of events, harbingers, he begins to manifest openly and palpably God’s will, strong hand and timing of events. This book led Jonathan on the discovery of a very potent law given by God to Israel, the law of the Shemitah.

The Mystery of the Shemitah is the book that chronologically and timely records the exact days and years when these major changes occur.

To say these two books will alter the way you look at reality, the supernatural and the spiritual laws of god is an understatement.


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  1. I always had a good Christian world view and that was the way the Holy Spirit worked in the lives of others as well as myself I got to see the hand of God manifest in this way but it was a
    Seeking that allowed me to find such evidence.
    After reading both books the harbinger and the shemitah I have evidence of God the Father’s hand at work in the world through not just through personal experiences but corperate ones and mysterious ones these two books reveal God sovernty and power at work today as like in biblical times (past stories in the bible) because these books prove biblical times are upon us.


    December 19, 2014 at 10:43 am

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