Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Shalom! Here's today's airing of Jonathan Cahn's NEWEST interview on the Jewish Voice (TBN) show with Jonathan Bernis. God bless!
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Thursday, May 8, 2014

Shalom! Here's here's a clip of Jonthan Cahn's speech from the May 7th Washington: Man of Prayer 2014. Mike Huckabee introduces.

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Challenges D.C. leaders with prophetic warning of George Washington
WASHINGTON – The prophetic words delivered in 1789 by President George Washington in his first inaugural speech echoed loud and clear Wednesday evening in the chamber of the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall — this time in the voice of Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of the best selling “The Harbinger.”

The venue was a one-of-a-kind prayer meeting called “Washington: A Man of Prayer, 2014,” commemorating the events of April 30, 1789, when, after being sworn in at Federal Hall, Washington, accompanied by Congress, proceeded to St. Paul’s Chapel where, as one of his first official acts, he offered a prayer of dedication to God on America’s behalf.

The hall was filled with government officials, members of Congress, justices and other invited guests. The event — hosted by Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn. and emceed by Mike Huckabee — was televised and live-streamed by WND.

Cahn wove his challenge to the attendees by referencing Washington’s address and his warning that the new nation could not expect to prosper if it forgot God: “The propitious smile of heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which heaven itself hath ordained.” Cahn continued: “We stand tonight on Capitol Hill, in the city named after the one who gave that prophetic warning, to ask, can a nation drive out the name of God from its public square, and the Word of God from its schools and the ways of God from its culture and still expect the smiles of God to shine upon it?

“Can the blood of 50 million unborn children cry out to heaven from this land and the smiles of heaven still remain?

“Members of Congress, can a government call evil good and good evil and forge laws that war against the laws of the Almighty and the smiles of heaven still remain?“

"Supreme Court justices, can you strike down the statutes of the Almighty and overturn the judgments of the Most High and still expect the smiles of heaven to remain?

“Mr. President, can you place your left hand on the Word of God to assume your office and with your right hand sign laws which break the very Word upon which you swore and still expect the smiles of heaven to remain?

“The voice of our first president cries out to us tonight and answers, no you cannot do so and still expect the smiles of heaven to remain on this land.”

Christian leaders participating include the program director for the event, Dr. Jim Garlow, as well as Bishop Harry Jackson Jr., Dr. Robert Jeffress, Phyllis Schlafly, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, Star Parker, Penny Nance, Dr. Peter Lillback, Bill Federer, Bishop Angel Nunez, Rosemary Schindler Garlow, Charmaine Yoest, Sergio De La Mora, Tony Perkins, Samuel Rodriguez and Rafael Cruz (father of Sen. Ted Cruz.)

Monday, May 5, 2014

Shalom! Here's a clip of Jonathan Cahn's opening of the National Day of Prayer 2014 from Washington D.C. with a prophetic word warning of judgment and calling the nation back to God.


WASHINGTON – At the National Day of Prayer event held on Capitol Hill Thursday, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn issued a dire warning to America: The nation “stands in danger of impending judgment, and we all know it.”
“Too much of the church has lost its saltiness to do anything about it,” he declared. “And now the same biblical signs of national judgment that appeared in the last days of ancient Israel are reappearing on American soil.”
At the beginning of his commanding speech, Cahn, author of runaway bestseller, “The Harbinger,”and its movie companion “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment” from WND films, warned that his address would not be politically correct. He urged the nation to “come before the Lord and seek His face, and His purposes, and His will for this land and to pray for America.”
While Cahn said America has been blessed as no other nation has been blessed, he added, “To whom much is given, much is required.”
“America, as did Israel in its blessing, has been turning away from God, driving Him out of its public squares, bringing in idols in His place and calling what is evil good and what is good evil,” he declared. “And as Israel sacrificed thousands of its children on the altars of Moloch and Baal, so America has also lifted up millions of its children on the altar of pleasure and self-indulgence, and their blood is on our hands.”
Warning of impending judgment, the rabbi told the story of how, 3,000 years ago, King Solomon stood in another sacred assembly in his nation’s capital.
“There he dedicated a temple and the nation’s future to God,” Cahn said. “There he interceded and prayed that if his nation would ever turn away from God and calamity came upon it, if the people turned back to God in repentance that God would have mercy on them.”
God told Solomon, “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
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As Cahn explained, 400 years later, the calamity of judgment fell upon the land – and the Temple Mount, where Solomon prayed, was destroyed.
“God was saying, ‘Return, Israel,’” he explained, adding that America came into existence 225 years ago this week.
On that day in America’s capital, George Washington placed his hand on the Bible and gave the new nation a prophetic warning: “[T]he propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained.”
Cahn said, “The warning was this: America was blessed because of God alone. If America ever turned away from God, then the blessings of heaven would be removed from the land.”
Today, that warning is coming true, he said.
“After giving that word, Washington and the entire first government of this nation proceeded on foot to the place specially appointed to dedicate America’s future to God,” Cahn explained. “It was America’s consecration ground. Where was it? It was in the nation’s capital.”
However, he added, the nation’s capital was not in Washington, D.C.
Washington bowed his head to pray that day in New York City.
“Where exactly was it?” he asked. “The place at which they dedicated America to God on its first day as a nation – America’s consecration ground – is Ground Zero.”
Cahn revealed the message of that sacred ground.
“God is crying out to this nation, ‘Return! Return! Return!’” he implored. “The forefathers gathered in the capital city that day to consecrate America to God, so we have gathered this day in the capital city to do likewise, to rededicate this nation into the hands of God and to re-consecrate our hearts and lives to the will of God.”
The hope of America does not lie in the White House, he said. You won’t find it under the Capitol dome, on Wall Street or any place else.
“America’s hope lies in the name of Yeshua Hamashia, Jesus the Messiah, the Light of the World,” he said. “It was for Him this nation came into existence. It is in Him alone that hope lies. And we come together this day in this city named after the one who gave that warning and who bowed his head and prayed that this nation be dedicated to God with a holy and crucial purpose. It is time to humble ourselves. It is time to pray. It’s time to seek the face of God. It’s time to turn from our evil ways that He might hear our prayers, forgive our sins and heal our land.”
Cahn prayed that – whatever it takes – there will be a widespread repentance, awakening and revival in America.
“Let the will of God be done,” he prayed. “Let the name of God be lifted up. Let the City on a Hill, America, shine again. Let God’s grace shine upon here, and let the glory of the Lord be revealed in the name of Yeshua Hamashia, Jesus the Messiah, the Light of the World and the Lion of the tribe of Judah. Amen and amen.”
Cahn brought the National Day of Prayer gathering to its feet, clapping and cheering.
The rabbi further detailed his belief that America is at a critical crossroads in an interview with WND immediately after the event concluded:
As WND reported, Dr. James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, made big news when he blasted Barack Obama as “the abortion president,” and there were plenty of other broadsides launched against modern-American society.
Anne Graham Lotz, daughter of Rev. Billy Graham, was the keynote speaker for what turned out to be the largest National Day of Prayer in history, broadcast and live-streamed around the world. She, too, warned that America has strayed so far from the ways of God that time is running out and judgment is coming soon.Other speakers were also sharply critical of the state of the nation, and almost all stuck to one theme: America is on the wrong track wrong and heading for disaster if it does not change course, repent and return to the ways of God.
Lotz said God is urgently warning America to repent right now through a series of calamities, including:
  • Natural disasters, including a series of record-breaking storms
  • Social disasters, such as rampant abortions and pornography
  • Mass shootings
  • Financial disasters and nearly $18 trillion in national debt
  • Unchecked growth of government
  • Pervasive secularism
  • Spiritual malaiseLotz said, while God is sending severe and scary warnings, the solution is still within our reach. If America would turn back to prayer, then, she said, God will forgive the nation’s wicked ways and heal our land.
“It is time to wake up and cry out to God,” she declared.
However, Lotz also called this a time of great hope, “unparalleled in human history,” primarily for two reasons. One, the rebirth of Israel after 2,000 years seemed nothing short of a miracle. And, two, for the first time in history, the gospel is being preached to the entire world, thanks to modern mass communications, including the Internet.
Although the official theme of the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer was the optimistic “One Voice, United in Prayer,” most speakers echoed the warning that America is heading for disaster.
He asked the gathering and people around the world to pray for the soul of America. Noel said our message for God should be a simple one: “We repent.”“We recognize the only thing that can turn the tide of this nation” is God, said Jeff Noel, national coordinator at the National Prayer Committee and pastor at Grace Heartland Church in Louisville, Kentucky.
He implored America to repent for “putting our faith in our economy, our government, our own ideas,” which “always come up short.”
Noel also urged America to repent for:
  • “Sacrificing our children on the altar of convenience, selfishness and pleasure”
  • “Allowing marriage to be redefined on our watch”
  • And “allowing our culture to advance the agenda of the enemy”
Also speaking at the bipartisan event was U.S. Tax Court Judge Maurice Foley, appointed by President Bill Clinton.
Foley emphasized that, while he has great respect for the legal system, his sense of justice comes from God.
“If I trust in the Lord, He will direct my thoughts, and He does.”
Foley insisted it is the “awe of His majesty and powers that enables a judge to be fair, just and patient” and quoted King Solomon in saying “Fear of God is the beginning of wisdom.”
The judge’s advice? “Be humble, or God will humble you.”
Democratic lawmaker Mike McIntyre, D-N.C., said the good news is the House of Representatives and the Senate both have prayer breakfasts every week and hold Bible study.
He also noted that, every week, lawmakers in the National Prayer Caucus ask God for guidance in their making their votes.
And, when people complain to him about the state of affairs in Washington, D.C., he asks them to pray for lawmakers, their staff and families.
When they returned, they began with a prayer and finished their work. Ever since, McEwen noted, every session of Congress has begun with a prayer.Former Rep. Bob McEwen, R-Ohio, related how, when delegates to the Second Continental Congress got hopelessly bogged-down while trying to formulate the Constitution, they followed the advice of Benjamin Franklin and fasted and prayed upon it for three days.
U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen Joseph S. Ward shocked the crowd by informing them that 22 services members a day now commit suicide, and stressed one thing that could help – allowing men and women in uniform the ability to express their faith freely.
The 63rd annual National Day of Prayer was hosted by Rep. Robert Aderholt, R-Ala.

SPECIAL EVENT~ On Wednesday May 7th, Pastor Jonathan will be speaking at Washington Man of Prayer in Washington DC. Washington – A Man of Prayer will be available via Daystar Television Network and webcast to homes and churches all across America for the first time. (See link)

Friday, May 2, 2014

Jonathan Cahn opened the National Day of Prayer 2014 from Washington D.C. with a prophetic word warning of judgment and calling the nation back to God.
‘Harbinger’ rabbi warns America of ‘impending judgment’

Thursday, May 1, 2014

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Shalom! Check out this 4 Part interview of Jonathan Cahn on TESTIMONY WITH JENSINE BARD
Just click Part 1 thru 4 on the upper right hand corner of the website.  God bless!


Dear Friend,
One of the most common of words and yet filled with revelation.
Word for the Month & for Thursday, May 1
Scripture: Luke 11:13
See Message: Ruach
There are many ideas of what the Spirit-filled life is.  For many, it is to speak in tongues or manifest the supernatural gifts of the Spirit.  For others it means being exuberant in worship.  For others, it tends to mean acting strange.  But to live by the Spirit is something much deeper than any of these things.
The Word of God tells us to live in the Spirit.  But what does this mean?  In Hebrew the word for the Spirit is “Ruach.”   Ruach can mean ‘the Wind.’  Thus the Holy Spirit is the Holy Wind.   And thus on the day of Pentecost, the Spirit came with the sound of a mighty rushing wind.   But Ruach also means ‘the breath.’  And so it is written:
         “And when He said this, He breathed on them and said to them:  Receive the Holy Spirit.”   
John 20:22
In Hebrew, it’s already joined together.  The Spirit is linked to breath. What is the Holy Spirit? It is the Holy Breath. And what is the Spirit of God – it is as the Breath of God.
What is breath?  Breath is the most basic and intimate phenomenon linked to life.  If you stop breathing, you stop living.  The most apparent sign that someone is alive is that they’re still breathing.  The Spirit of God is as the breath of God.  It is His life.   As you in our physical beings live by breath, God lives by Spirit.  
But the Bible goes farther than that.  It is not just that God is linked to the Spirit, but that God gives His Spirit to us.   In other words, as God lives by His Spirit, you are to now live by that same Spirit – you are to live by the breath of God.  What does that mean?    It means that your relationship with God is the most intimate relationship possible – you are to breathe with His breath – to live His life – to be living in His living.
The Bible speaks of God as the Bridegroom.  In Hebrew, the word for bridegroom is khatan.  Khatan means ‘the one who joins himself.’  God is the One who joins Himself to us, totally and absolutely.  When the apostle Paul speaks of the mystery of Messiah and His people, He uses the picture of man and woman joined together – the two becoming one.  The key of life in God is the same – the two become one in Spirit.  The two become one in breath.
The key to breakthrough in your life with God is not simply trying to follow Him and be like Him – but becoming one with Him.  Not simply trying to live a godly life, but letting God live His godly life in you, through His Spirit, and through you breathing His breath, the holy breath.  
The Spirit of God is the Breath of God.  Therefore you have the power now to live in His living, move in His moving, be in His being, and overcome in His overcoming.
This month, learn the secret of breathing His breath and doing all things in the doing of God.   And may the Lord greatly bless you as you do!
Your brother and co-laborer
in His love and service,