The Harbinger: The Ancient Mystery That Holds The Secret Of America’s Future by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn

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An ancient mystery involving a series of prophetic signs, harbingers, once given to a nation on the verge of destruction…has reappeared in modern times.

Written in an engaging narrative style, the book opens in an executive office with the appearance of a man burdened with a message he has received from a mysterious figure he calls “the prophet.” He tells the story of his encounters with the prophet and as the narrative unfolds, each revelation becomes a puzzle piece in a still greater mystery, the ramifications of which keep growing larger and larger. In the final scene, with the unlocking of the last seal, the man, for the first time, realizes the reason for it all – and the book comes full circle. Although written in a fictional narrative framework, The Harbinger contains actual biblical prophecy and facts combined with historical American events that began with the destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The ancient harbingers that were given to the nation of Israel are again manifested but this time on American soil—in the same precise progression, containing the same prophetic warning, and holding the key to the nation’s future. The book unveils biblical prophecy so real and so specific that even the most hardened skeptic will find it difficult to dismiss and though it sounds like the plot of a Hollywood thriller—it’s real.

I found this book to quite riveting. Almost could not put it down! It was a rather fast read finishing the book in about 3 days, breaks at work and at home. Very interesting and compelling; however, my only problem with the book was that it was written in a dialogue format. Other than that it was awesome!!

Godspeed & Good Reads!

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