David Reagan - Jonathan Cahn on America's Spiritual Condition
Is President Trump really going to be able “to make America great again?” Or, is he destined to frustration and defeat? Is it really possible for our nation to be great again, or have we passed the point of no return? These and other crucial questions about the destiny of America are going to be discussed today as we interview one of God’s prophetic voices to this nation, Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn. Stay tuned.
David Reagan: Greetings in the name of Jesus, our blessed Hope, and welcome to Christ in Prophecy. My colleague, Tim Moore, and I have a very special guest in the studio with us today. He is Jonathan Cahn, who is the author of the best-selling book, “The Harbinger” and a new wonderful book titled, “The Book of Mysteries.” Welcome to our program, Jonathan.
Jonathan Cahn: Glad to be back.
David Reagan: We are really glad to have you.
Jonathan Cahn: Great to be back, Dave.
Tim Moore: Jonathan is the spiritual leader of Beth Israel Worship Center in Wayne, New Jersey. In one of the issues of our magazine in 2013 we featured Jonathan on the cover as one of the prophetic voices God has anointed to warn our nation of impending judgment.
David Reagan: And Jonathan that is exactly what we want to do today. We want you to speak to our viewers prophetically about the future of our nation. About the spiritual condition and what lies in the future. But before we get that I want to first of all take a look at the legacy that Obama left us, the legacy that President Trump inherited. And I want to get into that by playing a brief video clip of you speaking at the Presidential Breakfast this year.
Jonathan Cahn: The Inaugural Prayer Breakfast.
David Reagan: Yes, the Inaugural Prayer Breakfast.
Jonathan Cahn: Yeah it was on the day of the inauguration in Washington, D.C.
David Reagan: Yes, ok, let’s take a look at that video.
Jonathan speech at Inaugural Prayer Breakfast
Jonathan Cahn: President Obama with all respect that is due, as you approach the last hour of the presidency you are shocked by the outcome of the election. And now it appears that your legacy will largely will be undone.
You came to the presidency claiming as a Christian you could not support the ending of marriage as it had been known. And then you did everything in your power to end that very thing. And then you sought to force Believers to take part in that very thing you said a Believer could not take part in. If one believes that God is real, how can one do such things?
You came to the presidency speaking of tolerance, and yet you showed no tolerance for the lives of the unborn. You zealously fought to defend the carrying out of their murder and expanded it around the world. And you went farther, you sought to force God’s people to fund their killing.
President Obama on the day when marriage as we know it ordained by God was with your help struck down in this land. You celebrated by lighting up the White House in the colors of the rainbow. Did you not know that the rainbow does not belong to man, or to any movement? The rainbow belongs to God. It is the sacred sign of God’s covenant, and the sacred colors of His throne. If you believe that God is real, how could you use the sign of God to celebrate the striking down of the Word of God? If you overturn the edicts of God should you be surprised that your own edicts will be overturned? And if you strike down the precepts of God will not your own precepts be struck down?
You launched accusations against the leader of Israel in a way you have never done to any leader of any enemy nation. You took part in isolating, condemning Israel before the world and advancing a resolution proclaiming Israel had no right to Jerusalem. If one has ever read the Bible, how can one foster such a thing? Did you miss what the Word of God says concerning Jerusalem? There is only One who has authority over Jerusalem. And it is not the United Nations. It is not the European Union. It is not you. There is only One and His name is the Lord God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the Holy One of Israel. Long before there was a United Nations, or United States or any of the nations that cast this vote, the Lord issued His own resolution concerning Jerusalem. And no law, no executive order, no UN vote will ever overturn it. And concerning that UN resolution the Almighty has issued His own response, He vetoes it.
Four thousand years ago God made a covenant with Abraham that states whatever you do to Israel shall be done to you. President Obama, you sought to intervene in an election held within the borders of a sovereign nation, Israel. Therefore should you now be surprised if God intervenes in the election of your own nation? You sought through Israel’s elections to nullify the stands and legacy of its leader Benjamin Netanyahu. So, should you now be surprised if God intervenes now to nullify your own legacy? Despite how you treated the name of God, the Word of God, and the ways of God the hand of God. This is the inconvenient truth: God is real, His Word is true, His ways are eternal, His hand is mighty, His kingdom is without end, and the darkness shall not overcome it. Mr. President I am here to report to you good news, the God of Israel is alive and well, and His arm is strong to the rising up and casting down of kings and kingdoms, and governments and administrations. If you don’t think He can, to paraphrase your own words, “Yes, He can!”
Tim Moore: Well, Jonathan thank you for a very powerful summary of the Obama legacy. But how would you summarize America’s condition today?
Jonathan Cahn: Ah, critical, dangerous, and yet with this little surprise right now. You know we have watched in the last eight years an acceleration of America’s fall. It didn’t start with Obama, but it’s accelerated. You know one of the things in the Bible that before judgment comes there is often an act of desecration. Like in Babylon when they took the cups of the Temple and they used it for the gods of Baal, of the nations, they put, the handwriting on the wall comes at the same time. So, the act of judgment and desecration. In America not so long ago, since I was last here we crossed the line, and you know this is right here.
David Reagan: Here it is.
Jonathan Cahn: That we–this was an act of desecration to strike down, strike down the order of God on marriage. And then the President does this, this is the rainbow, this is another desecration. This is the sign of God. It doesn’t belong to man, it belongs to God. And it made the White House a sign of desecration. So, that was a major thing. And one other thing about that because I know we are going to move from where we are. But another thing is that you know Dave, and there was a day on the Hebrew calendar called the 9th of Tammuz, on that day it is a day of judgment. It is when the Babylonians, they breached the protective walls of Jerusalem, they first did that and that opened the nation to judgment. Well, that has been a mourning day for 2,000 years, more than 2,000 years. And that is a day where the hedge is removed. Well that day fell on June 26, 2015 the day that the Supreme Court struck down the hedge of marriage.
David Reagan: Is that right? Wow.
Tim Moore: Amazing.
Jonathan Cahn: Was the 9th of Tammuz, the day of the removing the hedge. So this has been a dangerous thing. We have watched good be called evil, evil called good.
David Reagan: You mentioned the hedge there it reminds me of Romans chapter 1 where it says that when a nation sets its jaw against God and begins to rebel and shake its fist at God, God steps back and lowers the hedge of protection and allows evil to multiply, and it says a sexual revolution occurs.
Jonathan Cahn: That’s right.
David Reagan: And then it says if they refuse He steps back a second time, lowers the hedge, and perversion, sexual perversion.
Jonathan Cahn: That is right.
David Reagan: Homosexuality. And then the third time He steps back He delivers the nation to a depraved mind.
Jonathan Cahn: That is right.
David Reagan: I think that is where we are.
Jonathan Cahn: That is right. It is crazy what we are watching. We are seeing things we can never have imagined before. You know I mean and I’m not going to go into detail but even children’s programming Disney and other things pushing this, and destroying gender. And so, these are signs of apostasy. And also the last days of Israel, the template of the harbinger is that in the last days of Israel they turned away from God and then they went to they promoted immorality, and they worshipped Baal, they offered up their children. Well, we have done all those things. We have driven God out of our public squares. We have called good evil, and evil good. We have begun to persecute the Believers, Christians. And we have promoted immorality at the same time. And I’ll tell you something else, this is something that I don’t know if everybody knows this but a sign, you know what were they worshipping when judgment came? They were worshipping the God Ba’al or Baal. And could the sign of Baal actually have appeared in America? Well, it did. In this last September in New York City they erected the Arch of Baal. This is the arch that literally lead the worshippers of Baal to the Temple of Baal. I was there, Dave, I witnessed it firsthand. And they had this big unveiling, they played Middle Eastern music. They had the Deputy Mayor of New York proclaiming we are doing this as an act of defiance, just like the harbingers. You know the harbingers have not stopped. So here we have this sign of a nation that has known God, but has turned away from God. So, we have been seeing this rapidly happening. So it’s, and this is the template of the harbinger. But we have now had this kind of surprise. But even this surprise of what happened this election is also part of the template which we can get into.
David Reagan: Ah, boy. I tell you. It’s an amazing thing what has happened in this country. We’ve had the most ungodly presidency in the history of our nation for eight years, and yet, he left office with a 60% approval rating. His designated heir got 3 million more votes than Trump. And the millennials supported a socialist.
Jonathan Cahn: That’s right.
David Reagan: And when he didn’t get the nomination they supported Hillary overwhelmingly. The heart of the nation has shifted.
Jonathan Cahn: That’s right.
David Reagan: We no longer have a Christian consensus in this country.
Jonathan Cahn: That’s right. It’s not just, it’s not just the leader that is exactly right. The leader is representing the people. It’s the people as well. And if there is not revival we are heading rapidly. One of the templates in the harbinger, of the last days of Israel, people don’t realize God gave them reprieves. He gave them moments of grace to come back to Him.
Tim Moore: In spite of themselves.
Jonathan Cahn: What we are watching is, you know, I know we are going to get to it I believe is a reprieve, is a window of time. But the overall progression has not stopped. And if we don’t–we are not going to be saved by politics. Politics can open a window at best. But without revival, without the changing, and you said it the Millennials if that doesn’t change then our future is not going to change. And so the harbingers have not stopped. That template has not stopped. But we have a window right now, and I know we are going to talk about it what do we do with it?
David Reagan: I’ve been doing a lot of research recently into the writings of Francis Shaffer. And in his book the communist, I mean the communist, I mean “The Christian Manifesto” he makes an interesting observation it was written in 1981 right after the election of Ronald Reagan, and he said, “I believe God has given us a window of opportunity.” And he said, “If we don’t take full advantage of it this nation has really no hope left.” And he pointed out even prophetically he said, “You’ve got to understand that just because he won the election things are not over.”
Jonathan Cahn: That’s right.
David Reagan: He said the humanists are entrenched, they are entrenched.
Jonathan Cahn: That’s right.
David Reagan: They will fight and there is no toleration on their part. They only want surrender. And he said, “I would say that if we don’t take full advantage of this what’s going to happen is that this nation will continue to disintegrate through decisions by the courts. Isn’t that interesting?
Jonathan Cahn: That is exactly what happened.
Tim Moore: What a prophetic voice.
Jonathan Cahn: That is exactly what happened. I mean there, you know, we cannot put our trust in man, or in politics. But God will give windows. And now we are at an even more extreme point to that. I mean I remember that. Dave, I just came to the Lord when that happened, you know, and I remember, if you remember you know America was in big trouble. You know we had hostages in Iran. You had America falling apart. You had inflation. You had gas lines. Carter all that. And Believers gathered in Washington, I was there, it was called Washington for Jesus say, “If my people who are called by My name.” And we prayed if my people, could God release this and do this. Well what happened is that there then came this election that surprised everybody actually, I mean at that time it was still amazing. And the thing is that Reagan changed the place where he had the Inauguration. It was always was for over a century, moved it to the western terrace, which is facing, which is the same place where we prayed. And we all put our hands toward that terrace saying, “God put who you want in power.” Well, he came in power, and on that the day the hostages were released that was the other prayer. And on his, he had Bible, when everything changed he put a Bible in his hand and it was on the scripture, “If my people are call by My Name.” God still, His grace is bigger than our sins, but we cannot downplay the state of where we are right now. You are absolutely right.
David Reagan: OK, let’s come back and talk about the future.
Jonathan Cahn: Yes.
Tim Moore: Welcome back to Christ in Prophecy and our interview of Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn.
David Reagan: Jonathan, I’d like to start off this segment by going back to a question I posed at the very beginning and that is: Do you think President Trump can make America great again?
Jonathan Cahn: Oh, this is a great question. Let me tell you something that people don’t realize. I wrote “The Harbinger” a few years ago. Long before this. In “The Harbinger” I was lead to put in Donald Trump, he is in “The Harbinger.”
Tim Moore: Really?
Jonathan Cahn: Yes.
David Reagan: Really?
Jonathan Cahn: Yes, people don’t realize it.
Tim Moore: I missed that as well.
Jonathan Cahn: I won’t say where, I will say it is the chapter called, The Tower, he is in there. And the thing is so he is part of this mystery, people don’t realize it. But here’s the thing Dave, remember with the harbinger the people of Israel they had been chastised. They had been warned. And what did they respond? They said, “We will come back stronger. We will be greater than before. We will be greater than before.” Well, listen, it is fine to be greater than before, but not without God.
David Reagan: That’s right.
Jonathan Cahn: So the first thing is if Donald Trump, the thing about this is we are going to be great by our own power because we are America. Then we are going to be doing exactly what’s in the template of the harbinger. And again if you look in “The Harbinger” you will be a little shocked what is there about with Donald Trump. But, the thing is, that we cannot, the only way America can be great again is if America returns to the God who made America great in the first place.
Tim Moore: Amen.
Jonathan Cahn: If we don’t we are repeating that. So the big thing is here we have this window. And the question is what are we going to do with it as Believers? Are we going to just say, “OK, great, now we have a little relief?” If we don’t have revival in this land it’s finished. Revival. So we need to be praying for revival. The only way we’ll be great is by returning to God.
Tim Moore: It seems like a lot of people are waiting for Trump, or other leaders to lead us in a direction. But really you are saying it is our culture, and it is Christians who have to impact our society and drive the culture under God’s leadership.
Jonathan Cahn: Totally. Absolutely. We have to have revival. This could never have happened–you know Jesus said, “You are the salt of the earth. You are the light of the world.” Well, it could never have gotten this dark in America or this rotten in America if we were fully, if the Church was fully doing what it should have done.
Tim Moore: Here, here.
David Reagan: Now you’ve taken the position that one of the reasons you think God gave us this window of opportunity is because of the way in which Obama treated Israel and the Jewish people.
Jonathan Cahn: Oh, yes.
David Reagan: And he got back what he you know?
Jonathan Cahn: Yes, the Abrahamic Covenant it is an absolute thing and that is whatever you do to Israel gets done to you. Just a year before the elections, some people remember this, some people don’t Obama tried to defeat, he intervened in a sovereign election, he interrupted it. He tried to defeat Netanyahu. And if you remember everyone thought Netanyahu was finished. Everybody did. Everybody was celebrating. CNN was celebrating. And then they went dead, they blacked out, because they didn’t want to cover it. Finally Netanyahu said, “Well, if nobody is going to do it, I’m going to announce I just won.” It was like this election. And so, what happened is if you intervene in the election of Israel, God will intervene in your election and give you a surprise and end your legacy. So, absolutely.
David Reagan: Let me suggest to you another thing that I think is responsible for this window of opportunity, and I certainly agree with what you just said. But I think there is another reason that God gave us this window of opportunity and that is because Franklin Graham said, “We are going to go to every capital in the United States and get on our knees and pray for spiritual revival in this nation.” And the speech that he gave over and over was one in which he said, “We cannot be saved by Democrats. We cannot be saved by Republicans. Our only hope is Jesus Christ. And we either turn back to Him or this nation is gone.”
Tim Moore: It was a powerful speech, and prayer gathering in Frankfort, Kentucky, in our capital I can guarantee you that.
Jonathan Cahn: Absolutely. And Franklin Graham and also all over the nation there were Believers who took this very seriously. I mean we started, when “The Harbinger” came out we started getting things all over saying we are starting a prayer movement, we’ve got to pray for America. But they were all over. On the Capital lawn there has been a tent set up for over a year, I preach there, they have been praying all the time. It has been all over. So, even, well has it been the majority? No, it is a remnant. But even God is so gracious that He will take the prayers of His people, even if it is a partial revival He’ll give a partial answer. So yes, I agree with you.
David Reagan: You know I’m very concerned about President Trump in several regards. First of all his whole background concerns me. But, one thing that concerns me is that he is probably the most egotistical man that I have ever encountered in my entire life. And I know from reading the Word of God that two things that God really hates is idolatry, and pride. And anyone who is proud is going to be humbled by the Lord. And from the moment he announced it’s “I’m going to do this.” “I’m going to do that.” “I am going to do this.” “And look what I’ve done. I’m rich. I’m powerful. I’m famous. I’ve got big businesses.” Focus on self.
Jonathan Cahn: Yes.
David Reagan: This is very dangerous.
Jonathan Cahn: It is dangerous. And that is that thing here. You have on one hand you have two things–it is almost like we have a choice, are we going to go with self and pride, not just with him, but saying, you know “We’re going to do it.” Or are we going to go with repentance? And you got this kind of conflict over Donald Trump. You also at the same time I agree with you, same time you have God has put Believers around him.
Jonathan Cahn: A lot of Believers around Him.
David Reagan: People who have prayed with him.
Tim Moore: Robert Jeffress.
Jonathan Cahn: Now did he? They said he prayed to receive the Lord. We don’t know what is in his heart but so we go this–we are in the balance right now, Dave. We are in the balance. You know what? You want what I see in Donald Trump? I’ll give you something look at Jehu. Jehu was a man who was used to end Jezebel, end that whole thing, give a window, give a reprieve. Yet, Jehu was a crazy–we didn’t know–you now even the commentaries say the guy he was violent, he was full of himself, he boasted, he was even the word in Hebrew is “shugga” the way he drove he said he was crazy. The race was crazy. The race to the throne was crazy. And that was Trump. So you want to know something, but God is also sovereign that we know He uses even people who don’t know Him to do His will. So the question is again we are in the balance, Dave. This is exactly it. Not only with Trump, with our whole nation.
David Reagan: Yes. I just fear that many Americans have the same attitude that the people of Judah had when Jeremiah went and said, “If you don’t repent God is going to destroy this nation.” I mean he told them that in no uncertain terms. And there response always was, “The Temple. The Temple. The Temple. God will never touch that Temple.”
Jonathan Cahn: That’s right.
David Reagan: “He will never allow anybody. That is His Shekinah glory there. He will never allow. We are safe.” And I think there are many American Christians who think God sits on the throne wrapped in an American flag and he would never, ever allow anyone to touch this country.
Jonathan Cahn: That is right. And if we go with hey it is America and America first.
David Reagan: It is America, Brother.
Jonathan Cahn: Listen America has been used by God awesomely. We’ve got to pray for America with all our heart. But then it becomes an idol.
David Reagan: Yes.
Jonathan Cahn: And then you put God, and God will say, no, no I don’t need the flag. I don’t need that. This Temple. This Temple I don’t need that. That is exactly right.
Tim Moore: I think the culture is so important as we impact the whole world. And that is why I say even with the picture we have up, some people have blamed Obama. I have a friend who said, “Well, I am so horrified of what Obama did.” But I said, “Do you realize that the culture had already shifted.” For instance on the whole same-sex issue because look at our Fortune 500 companies they had already adopted policies to embrace this abomination long before it became the law of the land. Yeah, obamination. And yet, most Christian were unaware. And we need to be aware. We need to be interacting.
Jonathan Cahn: Yes, we do.
Tim Moore: And interceding.
Jonathan Cahn: I mean the President said, Obama said, “Oh, I am wrestling with this issue.” Well, everybody knew that he was already on one side of that issue. But, the thing is he didn’t announce it until 2012 when the polls shifted.
Tim Moore: Exactly.
Jonathan Cahn: That is when it became the majority, so you are exactly right. That is exactly the case.
Tim Moore: And Christian can impact that culture.
Jonathan Cahn: Revival or judgment.
David Reagan: You know many years ago when Billy Graham was still active he often would say, “If God doesn’t judge San Francisco soon He is going to have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah.”
Jonathan Cahn: Well actually, yeah, and the original thing was actually Ruth in the 1970’s said to him, “If God doesn’t judge America He owes an apology to Sodom and Gomorrah.”
David Reagan: Yes.
Jonathan Cahn: Well, Billy Graham about a year ago or so something came from his ministry from him saying, “Listen that was said in the 1970’s, look at where we are now.”
David Reagan: I know. I know. Yes.
Jonathan Cahn: Look at where we are now. So absolutely.
David Reagan: Well, it reminds me of this statement here in Nahum, “A jealous and avenging God is the Lord. The Lord is avenging and wrathful. The Lord takes vengeance on His adversaries. He reserves wrath for His enemies. The Lord is slow to anger, and great in power, but He will by no means leave the guilty unpunished.”
Jonathan Cahn: That’s right. And how, here we are and people sometimes say, “Well, hey Jonathan when you are comparing ancient Israel how can you? They offered up their children to Baal.” I said, “Yeah, they offered up thousands. We have offered up millions, 60 million.” And their blood is on our hands. How can we go forward without judgment?
Tim Moore: Lost out of choice.
David Reagan: This is what I keep saying to people: How can you expect America to become great again when we are murdering 4,000 babies a day? When we are the world’s greatest supplier of pornography? When everywhere I go in the world if I turn on the TV set I know I am going to see the most despicable American movies? We are the moral polluter of planet earth with our movies and television programs that are blasphemous, and violent, and evil. And we are the world’s number one user of illegal drugs. It just goes on and on.
Jonathan Cahn: You know this is, you know at the very beginning of America you know John Winthrop came over here and he’s the one who penned that famous thing. We got city on the hill from him.
David Reagan: That’s right.
Jonathan Cahn: He said, “If we follow God, the God of Israel, we will be a new Israel. We will become a city on a hill all nations are looking on.” But, but they ignore the next part, he gave a warning to them at the very beginning and he said, “But if we turn away from our God, and if we turn to our profits, the god of profits, and our lusts.” Which is exactly what we’ve done then the curses that came upon Israel, will come upon us. And the same because we have been so blessed, well to much is given, much is required. “The Harbinger” and all these things are saying that is exactly what is happening, and it is exactly the case. You cannot escape the laws of Israel, found in Exodus.
David Reagan: Well, I have discovered as I have spoken out on these issues I have gotten a lot of hate mail.
Jonathan Cahn: Of course.
David Reagan: From Christians, who say, “Oh, you know…” that kind of thing, on, and on, and on. I can begin to get a sense of what it must have been like with Jeremiah and how people–they even tried to kill him. Are you getting this kind of reaction significantly?
Jonathan Cahn: Yes. I’ve gotten quite a lot. And in fact when I started being called to Washington because the Lord opened the door in Washington to speak to leaders, I started to become they put me in the bull’s eye all these kind of left wing, hate, anything with conservatives or Christians. And from that moment on whatever I do, if I say anything–
David Reagan: You are a hate monger now.
Jonathan Cahn: Yeah, of course. Yeah, of course. If you say if you don’t agree with something. But its evil is good, and good is evil and we’ve got to be like Jeremiah. We’ve got to be Elijah. You know there is a song that is sung in the church, “These Are the Days of Elijah.” Well the days of Elijah were days of apostasy. And if these are the days of Elijah we have to start becoming the Elijah’s of the day.
David Reagan: Well, one of my heroes of the faith is Don Wildmon.
Jonathan Cahn: Yes, AFA.
David Reagan: A wonderful man of God. And he has often said over and over the biggest problem with America is 300,000 silent pulpits where people will not speak about the issues of this nation for fear they are going to step on somebodies toes.
Tim Moore: We tolerate everything but truth in our society today.
Jonathan Cahn: And then we cannot be timid. If we are timid we are giving up. If we are not–there was a time–that if the dark is getting darker it is time for the light to become brighter. I was on Capitol Hill and one of the famous candidate for president showed us a room in where they prayer, where the remnant on Capitol Hill pray for America. And you know what they pray for? He said, “We pray that the pastors will preach the Word of God.”
David Reagan: You do that in Kentucky don’t you?
Tim Moore: We do that in Kentucky on a regular basis. We have a prayer caucus and we are constantly looking for the Lord’s direction for our state, and for the nation as a whole.
Jonathan Cahn: Yeah, God looks for the remnant.
David Reagan: Yes, folks you might not know but Tim is a member of the Kentucky State Legislature and one of the most outstanding conservative spokesman there. We a very proud to have him associated with our ministry. And keep speaking out brother, because I know you get a lot of flak.
Tim Moore: It is a great blessing. Thank you. Yes, sir, I do get that. But speaking truth, there is no limit on doing that. That is what we are called to do.
Jonathan Cahn: This is our greatest hour. This is a biblical hour. And this is the time to rise. We always talked about it. Now we got it.
Tim Moore: Welcome back to Christ in Prophecy and our interview of Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn. You have heard of the wrath of Khan, today we have received the blessing of Cahn. And so Jonathan we have painted a pretty dire picture of America and our state today, but leave us with a blessing on a positive note of what we can look forward to and hope for as American Christians.
Jonathan Cahn: Yeah, it is dire, but that is the reality, but the bigger reality is God. And whenever there is God, there is always hope. God is never finished, ever, and His Gospel will go on forever. So we have to be lights to this generation. The thing we should ask, you know we have to pray for revival. But don’t just pray for revival start living in revival. When you start doing that the revival begins. Let’s go full blast. These are the days that God has put us in our mother’s womb to shine.
Tim Moore: Amen. So revival begins with me. Tell us Jonathan how would we get in touch with your ministry for a follow-up or information?
Jonathan Cahn: Yeah, the ministry is called Hope of the World, so just go on-line hopeoftheworld.org, we send free gifts, prophetic updates, you’ll be blessed. It is hopeoftheworld.org. And if you are Facebook, it is Facebook – Jonathan Cahn.
David Reagan: And folks, I want to strongly encourage you to get a copy of his latest book “The Book of Mysteries.” It is just absolutely profound. It will bless your socks off as we say in Texas. And you won’t be able to put it down. Well, folks, that’s our program for this week. I hope it’s been a blessing to you. And I hope the Lord willing you’ll be back with us next week. Until then this is Dave Reagan speaking for Lamb & Lion Ministries saying, “Look up, be watchful, for our redemption is drawing near.”