The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn is a very interesting and thought-provoking book.
One interesting point is that Mr. Cahn puts a disclaimer at the beginning of ‘The Harbinger’ stating it is written as a fictional piece, but that it is really true.
Something else I found interesting was the way it was written. It is basically all dialog between two main characters (Nouriel and the prophet), a main character and a minor character (Nouriel and the publisher) and two minor characters (the publisher and her secretary). The ‘prophet’ leads Nouriel Kaplan through a series of mysteries and hidden truths. The secretary is a very minor character who the publisher talks with two or three times to make time for Nouriel to tell her (the publisher) what he has come to share. The rest of the book is Nouriel telling the publisher what the prophet showed him.
So what did the prophet show Nouriel? Well all I can say is that it is both ancient and modern. Warnings given thousands of years ago that are once again being called out to deaf ears and stony hearts. To find out the rest you will have to read the book yourself.
I recommend this book and its message to all of us. Whether or not the storyline is factual, or the warnings are really being sounded for us as a country today, I believe there are two basic messages in this book that we as a country and each of us as individuals must take to heart. Both messages stem from God’s nature. Read the book and let the messages change your life.