Modern-Day Prophet Issues Stern Warning To America’s Leadership
WARNING FROM ‘AMERICA’S PROPHET’ GOES GLOBAL
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn’s passionate warning to the United States Supreme Court at the 2015 “Washington: A Man of Prayer” service has gone viral, garnering over 2.3 million views just on one website hosting the video.
And the media organization garnering the most views resides in an unlikely place – the African nation of Nigeria.
The Nigerian website NigeriaCamera posted Cahn’s address from last Wednesday, “God’s Warning to America,” on its Facebook page, where it has been attracting viewers at a staggering rate.
“Just heard that the ‘Follow Baal and go to hell!’ speech from the Capitol has gone viral … In less than a week, over 3 million, and much from around the world,” Cahn said.
During the speech, the author of the New York Times bestseller “The Harbinger” and the inspiration behind the “Isaiah 9:10 Judgment” movie prophesied God would deliver judgment on both the Supreme Court and the nation if it dared to meddle with the definition of marriage.
Drawing a parallel with Israel’s worship of the pagan god Baal, Cahn intoned, “We are exchanging our light for darkness.”
The speech was livestreamed on WND, and Cahn’s video message was posted as a video shortly after.
Cahn’s was a message people around the world evidently are anxious to hear, as the video continues to draw attention.
As of this writing, it had been seen 2,318,702 times and was drawing an additional 10,000 views about every 10 minutes. It had also been “liked” by 21,849 people and had been shared by a staggering 110,478 people on their Facebook profile.
The founder of the “Washington: A Man of Prayer Event” says the spread of Cahn’s message was predictable.
In an exclusive interview with WND, Rev. Dan Cummins explained, “It does not surprise me that Cahn’s message from America’s Capitol in Statuary Hall last Wednesday night, April 29, has gone viral. The event, ‘Washington: A Man of Prayer 2015′ and Cahn’s message to the nation which was based upon President’s George Washington’s first inaugural address are inseparably linked.
“Cahn’s message and last Wednesday’s Capitol event have been in the making for over four years. Cahn is America’s prophet and he spoke from America’s Capitol[‘s] most sacred room – Statuary Hall, the original chamber for the House of Representatives.”
Cummins told WND the success of the event was nothing short of an example of Providence at work. And he believes the success of Cahn’s address is partly due because of its connection to the deep-seated Christian roots of the both the United States and to the specific building where Cahn made his powerful warning.
“Statuary Hall is one of the most sacred rooms in the U.S. Capitol reserved only for the most official of events. You cannot rent Statuary Hall. You must get permission from the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. It is not for private citizens to use. Only a miracle could allow private citizens to hold our event in Statuary Hall.
“From 1800-1869 weekly Christian worship services were held every Sunday in the old House Chamber attended by most every president from Jefferson to Garfield. The American Christian church has deep spiritual roots and historic ties to Statuary Hall. So the place as well as the message speaks volumes, I believe, for the timing and place of the message.”
Cahn is also the author of “The Mystery of the Shemitah,” which decodes the multiyear cycles mandated by the Torah necessary to fully understanding prophecy and scripture. Cummins says the success of Cahn’s speech and its worldwide spread is just another example of the Shemitah cycle in action.
“April 30, 2015, is right in the middle of the Shemitah cycle that we are in and the subject of his latest book. Last week’s event was not coincidental. There can be no doubts – God has spoken to America!”
More than that, Cummins credits Cahn’s work with the inspiration to create the event in the first place.
“Four years ago, before ‘The Harbinger’ was published, I saw Rabbi Cahn on television. I knew his prophetic words were the most important prophetic warning I had heard in my 40 plus years of ministry.
“After much prayer asking God what my response should be, I felt the Holy Spirit impressed upon me these words, ‘If the place of a nation’s dedication was the place of its judgment, the place of its judgment could become the place of its rededication.’ I immediately knew what this meant as far as what I needed to do.
“I called my U.S. Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), a good friend who had also seen Cahn on television. After sharing what I felt the Spirit had spoken, I said to Louie, ‘I believe we need to gather as many elected members of Congress at St. Paul’s Chapel in NYC on April 30, and rededicate America to God.’ I believe God honors elected governmental authority. We needed to gather America’s top legislators and ask God’s forgiveness and restoration.”
And just as Rabbi Cahn has called on Christians to return to the roots of their religion, so has the “Washington: A Man of Prayer” event symbolized a return to America’s Christian beginnings.
Cummins observed, “April 30, 1789, at St. Paul’s Chapel was the date and place of America’s dedication. We were not able to secure St. Paul’s Chapel, so our time of dedicatory prayers ended up in Washington, D.C., and in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall. That was four years ago.
“Last week over 20 members of the US Congress gathered in the nation’s Capital to ask God’s forgiveness, direction and restored blessings. We can only now pray that America will turn from her wicked ways allowing God to heal our land.”
WND reported the night of the speech how Cahn smacked down the Supreme Court’s assumption that it has the authority to redefine marriage.
His warning followed by only about 24 hours the hearing in the august courtroom where the justices heard arguments on whether or not the U.S. government would mandate recognition of homosexual “marriage” across the country.
“The justices of the Supreme Court took up their seats [in a hearing] on whether they should strike down the biblical and historic definition of marriage,” he said. “That the event should even take place is a sign this is America of [George] Washington’s warning … a nation at war against its own foundation.”
Here’s where to get “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” “The Harbinger,” “The Mystery of the Shemitah,” all by Jonathan Cahn, as well as all of his Bible teachings including “The Hanukkah Endtime Mystery,” “The Sanhredrin Secret” and “The Mystery of the Rains.”
Washington warned the smiles of heaven can never be expected on a nation “that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which heaven itself hath ordained.”
Cahn noted the Supreme Court opens sessions with the words, “God save the United States and this honorable court.”
“If this court should overrule the word of God and strike down the eternal rules of order and right that heaven itself ordained, how then will God save it?” he asked. “Justices, can you judge the ways of God? There is another court and there another judge, where all men and all judges will give account.
“If a nation’s high court should pass judgment on the Almighty, should you then be surprised God will pass judgment on the court and that nation? We are doing that which Israel did on the altars of Baal,” he said.
He also confronted President Obama, whose pro-abortion and pro-homosexual agenda has been unparalleled in American history, questioning what happens when a leader places his left hand on the Bible to assume to highest office in the land but with his right hand “enacts laws that violate the laws of God.”
“Mr. President, when you address the House, look up above the senators and the representatives, above the Supreme Court justices, you’ll see a face, the only full visage in that wall. It is the face of Moses. … It would say this, ‘No man can overrule the laws of God. No judgment of man can stand against the judgment of God’.”
America, he warned, is faced with a critical decision, “Choose you this day whom you will serve … if the Lord be God, then follow Him. If Baal, then follow him and go to hell.”
Believers, he said, will “not bow down our knees to Baal,” the politically correct or anything other than God.
“Jesus the Messiah,” he said, “is the only answer, the only chance that America has that it might once again shine with the presence of the living God … and not go to hell.”