There’s a 5-alarm fire. The United States of America is burning to the ground. Spiritually, that is. Soon, the principles upon which we were founded will be an ash heap — unless God intervenes.
I’ve read a great book that drives me to my knees each day and usually to tears. The book is about our formerly blessed nation now ravaged by secularism. It’s the tale of a fictitious reporter to whom a mysterious source reveals the divine connection between an ancient prophecy and today’s America.
It’s about how God feels about being an outcast — and that part is NON-fiction!
I hope you’ve read — or will soon read — “The Harbinger,”by Jonathan Cahn, a Messianic Jewish Rabbi.
I can reveal something to pique your interest, but if you’re going to read the book, don’t go any further into this email. It’s better if this information comes in the sequence unfolded masterfully by the Rabbi.
My hope is that you’ll stop and go read “The Harbinger.”
If you’re still here, transport your mind to April 30, 1789 and the inauguration of a man we asked to be king and begged to run for President. And listen carefully to the message from George Washington:
“No people can be bound to acknowledge and adore the Invisible Hand which conducts the affairs of men more than those of the United States. Every step by which they have advanced to the character of an independent nation seems to have been distinguished by some token of providential agency.”
These sentiments are important because they ushered our nation into existence. And later Washington added:
“The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself hath ordained.”
America was dedicated to the Lord, it seems to me. After his address, Washington led his founding brothers and every member of Congress on a procession to a nearby stone-walled church, where they fervently prayed for the blessing and protection of this country. This chapel sat on a plot of land that opened out onto a bay across an open field.Save & Add To LibrarySave & Exit
That field, property owned by the church, would gain notoriety centuries later. You’re probably thinking of famous monuments in Washington D.C., but that city did not even yet exist. Washington was inaugurated at Federal Hall in New York City, which was our nation’s capital for two years. The chapel into which our country’s first leaders retreated was St. Paul’s Chapel and the adjacent open field would one day be the site of — the World Trade Center.
Yes, this is the St. Paul Chapel that served as refuge for victims and rescue workers of 9/11. Wikipedia points out something much more interesting than they realize:
“The church survived without even a broken window. Church history declares it was spared by a miracle sycamore on the northwest corner of the property that was hit by debris. The tree’s root has been preserved in a bronze memorial by sculptor Steve Tobin . “
Saved by a sycamore. That such a tree was involved in 9/11 has a profound meaning:
“The bricks have fallen down,
But we will rebuild with smooth stones;
The sycamores have been cut down,
But we will replace them with cedars.”
This ancient prophecy concerned the Assyrians pillaging the nation of Israel. Those who’ve studied the Old Testament recognize the cycles of blessing and chastening as Jehovah God dealt with His Chosen People.
I think it was Ruth Graham, wife of Billy Graham who said sometime back, “If God doesn’t chasten America soon He’ll have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah.”
Elected officials in our government have quoted the Isaiah passage in trying to inspire not realizing that the Scripture is actually a prideful boast, a defiance. And, there is now a cedar in place of the sycamore and a Gezit stone was laid as a memorial — fulfillment of the Isaiah prophecy.
You’ll see from Rabbi Cahn’s book that 9/11 was a warning — and there’s been another since. And most of us haven’t a clue.
For the sake of our country please read “The Harbinger,” and ask everyone you know to do so also. Forward this email, if so inclined.
And hear President Washington clearly: