‘The Harbinger Decoded’ gives a brief highlight of each of the Harbingers recorded in ‘The Harbinger’ book. It gives a brief explanation of how ancient Israel and the United States have taken parallel courses in history and how the judgements given to ancient Israel are now being given to the United States as well.
Jonathan Cahn is a messianic rabbi who was given a message for the United States. A warning that Christians need to hear and heed. Obviously, when God goes to the minute detail to get a warning out as He did in this case, it is very important that we get that warning out to as many as possible.
This video is good as a stand alone for those who get their information audibly rather than reading. My one concern is the background music is a bit too loud for anyone with hearing problems. It tends to mask the message a bit. Since the message is so important, I’d love to see the publisher come out with a version that tames the music some so even those with hearing issues could get God’s warning in full too.
My only other thought on the video is that since it is a warning to God’s people, it should be put into the public arena in a way that cost isn’t a limiting factor in getting the message out.
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The basic idea is that Gabriel the Archangel takes Mr. Ponders who is a successful business man to a meeting where he is part of a group of people who determines the survival or destruction of humanity. The group is a gathering of both well-known and not so well-known successful people from the history of mankind since Noah’s flood. The task put before them is to answer one question correctly. They have five opportunities to get it right.
Interesting book. Easy and fast to read. Even so, I have mixed thoughts about it. On the one hand I enjoyed the information Mr. Andrews shares about Eric Erickson’s story which isn’t told in any of the history books or programs I have read or watched about world war II. I found his story very interesting and I agree that more people should know about his heroic efforts. The author also showed how one or more events can change history decades further on in time. Such as the battle of Gettysburg. He brought out the thought of historians that if the South had won the battle, then the United States wouldn’t have been more than a group of individual countries later on and when world war II happened the United States wouldn’t have been around to help stop Hitler’s takeover of the world.
On the other hand I didn’t care for the idea that people who probably never gave their lives to Jesus and accepted His free gift of mercy, forgiveness, and pardon would be in Heaven.
As for the idea of time travel, we know from Revelations that God has at least on one occasion allowed a person to actually visit the future, but even then John didn’t interact with the humans of the future. He was only allowed to see what was taking place in the future. The idea of God allowing a human of any time period to go back in time and visit one-on-one with another person of the earlier era is mixing Star Trek type philosophy in with the storyline in my opinion.
I liked the fact that Mr. Andrews used some of the historical character’s own quotes as part of the storyline.
As for the conclusion, I can’t decide if I agree with it or not. Something in my spirit whispers that it sounds good to man’s human nature, but as Christians we aren’t called to be in step with the world, but rather with God and His word. Due to not being able to resolve the conflict in my spirit, I might ask others to read it to get their input on the conclusion, but I wouldn’t recommend it.
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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.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.