Messianic Rabbi’s Warning to America Goes Viral

Messianic Rabbi’s Warning To America Goes Viral

Western Journalism
by Randy Desoto  May 8, 2015

Jonathan Cahn issued a warning to the nation last week from the heart of the U.S. Capitol building. Video of Cahn’s short remarks has already been viewed over 5 million times online.

Cahn, speaking at the annual “Washington: Man of Prayer” event on April 29, delivered a message in the vein of Israel’s ancient prophet Jeremiah about what he believes the future of the nation holds, short of a major course correction.  Full article HERE.

“Quoting the prophet, he asked, “Has a nation ever exchanged its gods? Yet my nation has exchanged their glory for that which cannot help them.”

To the members of Congress and others gathered in the Capitol’s famed Statuary Hall, he first made the case that the United States was dedicated to God by the Founders.

Cahn pointed out that the very date they were meeting was the anniversary of the first settlers planting a cross at Cape Henry, Virginia, and dedicating the nation to God on April 29, 1607.The Washington: Man of Prayer event itself draws some of its inspiration from George Washington’s actions and words during his inauguration as the first president of the United States on April 30, 1789.

It was Washington who decided he would swear his oath of office on the Bible (which every president has done since) as recognition of who holds ultimate authority. He also added the words, “So help me God” to the oath.

Cahn noted that following Washington’s inauguration, the newly sworn-in president and the Congress went to nearby St. Paul’s Church in New York City and dedicated the nation to God.”


This is one of the most important messages delivered to our Washington DC hypocrites and the Potus since our country was founded.  It remains to be seen if it resonates in the hearts and minds of citizens who believe in more than this corrupt government and any left who may be called upon to stand up to fight for faith and our nation in the near future.  Hopefully our citizens will not choose to let it fall upon deaf ears.  It is a clear indictment and warning which we need to take to heart.  I feel sure many communists, socialists, and liberals would prefer to brand Cahn as crazy and dangerous like our Lord so long ago.  If we do nothing either from fear, apathy, or greed then we can not cry to heaven for couched in Cahn’s fervent words is a far more important truth for Christians.


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8 Responses to Messianic Rabbi’s Warning to America Goes Viral

  1. Grouchy says:

    America needs to take heed and comfort from the story of Jonah and the judgment of God against Nineveh, the citizens of which repented after Jonah’s warning~!

  2. Clyde says:

    The good Rabbi is right, BUT the asshats of D.C think THEY are the “Gods”.

  3. Kathy says:

    He should be up in O’s face with his message. O in all his genius said that ‘people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ’ during the crusades. Not only did he get that wrong (it was in the name of the church, not Christ) he left out that muslims committed terrible deeds in the name of allah and they still are!

    Kudos to the Rabbi for speaking the truth.

    • Uriel says:

      So true Kathy. People chose to interpret God’s will and in so doing aided Satan. Islam as written in their Quran is an antithesis and abomination of God’s commandments. They serve Satan and are his weapons of war. Typical human circumvention and corruption for power. It May have orginally started with fairly good intentions but it is factually written those intentions were nullified by later revisions.

  4. Hardnox says:

    The problem today is that the wizards of smart believe that man’s law trumps God’s law. In the next life those asshats will be sorry… just saying.

    Kudos to the Rabbi. Heads-up for the predator drone.

    • Uriel says:

      So true. I am so tired of the liberally self-appointed learned morons bending, trying to disprove and destroy God’s Word. All they really do in the end is strengthen my faith though. Ain’t no way I want to be aligned with those tools when I stand before God and Christs’s judgement.