An apology to my email followers: the other day I erroneously reposted the blog of January 21. My old brain just seems to slip a cog every now and then, and it is too easy to click buttons on the computer. But once the reposting went to your email there was no way to retract it. This was the blog I intended to send.
Jonathan Cahn leads Hope of the World, a service to Gentiles and Jews examining issues of prophecy and end-time events. While somewhat flamboyant (his website is a little ‘busy’ for my tastes), he is impressive as a Bible teacher in that he does not go beyond what the scripture says; no predictions of dates or even seasons; no announcements of “Look here is the Christ in the inner room!” (Matthew 24:23). And he is very thorough and discreet in his exposition of what the Bible says about the second coming of Jesus.
If you have 35 minutes, you may want to check out his YouTube of the Inaugural Prayer Breakfast for Barack Obama on March 11, 2013. I suspect someone in the president’s staff thought, “Okay, here’s a Jewish rabbi who is also an evangelical Christian; we can kill two birds with one stone and have him speak, appealing to voters from both camps.” Boy, did he get an education! 😄
Joking aside, this is Rabbi Cahn’s recent message to our new president, who we must acknowledge is in the position because of God’s will. I, along with any other Christ-followers, am praying FOR President Biden that he will recognize Father’s voice when He speaks and respond appropriately to the grace of Jesus, winning for himself and our nation a reprieve from the disasters that the current divisions in our county portend.