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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn: Inaugural Prayer Breakfast 2013

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn (no known relation), author of the Harbinger, spoke at the Inaugural Prayer Breakfast at last month's immaculation in Washington D.C; he didn't hold back:



Highlights:
  • How do we Pray for America?!?
    • "If a man has a terminal disease, you pray for healing, not riches."
    • "If a city lies in danger of destruction, we don't pray in flowery words, we sound the alarm."
  • The Truth Must be Spoken.
  • Without Truth there is no Love.
  • "The people of [ancient] Israel made a fatal mistake; in the midst of their blessings, they turned away from their God."
    • "They would still invoke His name from time to time, but it rang increasingly hollow and meaningless."
    • What they once knew to be immoral, they now celebrated.
    • It was a civilization at war with its foundation.
    • The righteous are vilified and labeled intolerant.
    • Spiritual amnesia overtook the kingdom.
  • From the beginning, the United States was modeled after Ancient Israel.
    • Dedicated to God.
    • A Holy Commonwealth.
    • "In as much as America would follow the ways of God, America would prosper."
    • We've committed the same fatal error as Ancient Israel.
  • "The nation that was established to bring the Word of God and the Light of God to the world now fills the earth with Pornography."
    • A new America where profanity is treated as Holy and the Holy is profane.
  • We have undertaken unspeakable sins as well.
    • 55 million unborn babies have been murdered in the past 40 years.
    • Israel, by contrast, only killed thousands.
  • "Without repentance, there is no revival."
  • "The voice of God is calling America to return."
  •  Humble Ourselves, Confess Our National Sins, Pray for Forgiveness.
Cahn also gives a presentation of the events behind the Harbinger, which is helpful if you've not yet read the book.

Author's Note: Some of the incidents Cahn describes sound incredible, but they're extensively footnoted in the book.

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