Thursday, July 12, 2012

Hey, another blogger who gets it about The Harbinger

Don't know a thing about this blog, and the tone of it leaves something to be desired perhaps, so I'm not endorsing anything about it except a few quotes I found that I agree with about The Harbinger.

The people who GET IT zero in on the harbingers themselves and recognize that they occurred in reality, couldn't have been invented by Jonathan Cahn, are something he was led to. The ones who don't get it get all mired down in terminology and miss the point completely.

Just a few quotes from this blog:

The Biblical insight that is revealed in these 253 pages is jaw-droppingly amazing!

What happens is that one “coincidence” relating to Isaiah 9:10 and September 11th gets placed on top of another “coincidence”, and then another one on top of that. And then another one, and another one, and pretty soon the incredible “coincidences” just begin dog-piling on top of each other until it finally reaches the point that only a blind person (or a “pseudo-atheist”) could deny that what Jonathan Cahn has unveiled is an authentic, Divine prophetic warning from the Old Testament that relates every bit as much to contemporary America as it did to ancient Israel!

... So, didn’t surprise me to find ‘The Harbinger’ making the claim that 9/11 was a chastisement from God and a warning that even worse chastisement is coming unless this nation repents from its wickedness and turns toward God. [Overturning the concept of legal abortions is the VERY FIRST step I would recommend to you, America!]

But what did catch me by surprise in ‘The Harbinger’ was seeing how remarkably the Isaiah 9:10 & 11 verses apply to America’s 9/11 disaster and the subsequent events and prideful attitudes adopted by our so-called “leaders”. Even down to the smallest details in that Bible verse and the smallest details of those tragic events a decade ago – the how, when, and where of their unfolding – are captured in this truly mind-boggling book.

Regardless of how much or how little a reader currently knows about The Holy Bible and Biblical prophecy, ‘The Harbinger’ is going to snap his or her eyes wide open and shake their being to the very core.
Always nice to find someone who also GETS IT.


Stephen T. McCarthy said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog. I'm honored that you felt something I wrote was worth posting on your own blog.

Yes, that book, 'The Harbinger', is for everyone who doubts that history does indeed repeat itself and/or that the Old Testament is still relevant in today's world.

As for the tone of my blog... well, to quote the lyrics from a mid-1970s song: "I used to be disgusted; now I try to be amused."

But I'm afraid that most of the time what I am is just plain angry. Oh well.

~ D-FensDogg
'Loyal American Underground'

Faith aka Connie said...

Thank YOU, Stephen. You put it very well.

Being angry these days could be a full-time occupation. Understandable but hard on the soul. Anyway the Lord's coming back soon. Look up for your redemption draweth nigh.

Stephen T. McCarthy said...

>>...Anyway the Lord's coming back soon. Look up for your redemption draweth nigh.

I feel the same way, and I sure hope we're right, CONNIE, because I don't know how much longer I can hold on.

~ D-FensDogg
'Loyal American Underground'

Faith aka Connie said...

Yes, as in: Ooof, not another day of this destruction of everything good.

Don't leave us here much longer, Lord.

But blogging does take the edge off it, don't you find?