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Bush, too, followed Isaiah 9:10 pattern
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WASHINGTON – In the aftermath of 9/11, there were repeated calls by political leaders, businessmen and media personalities to respond to the terrorist attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center by building taller and grander – following in the footsteps of ancient Israel as recorded in Isaiah 9:10, as bestselling author Jonathan Cahn wrote in “The Harbinger.”
Most notably, the very next day, Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle delivered an address to a joint session of Congress in which he actually cited and quoted Isaiah 9:10 – explaining, “That is what we will do. We will rebuild.”
On the fourth anniversary of 9/11, Sen. John Edwards, a candidate for vice president at the time, delivered a speech to the Congressional Black Caucus, framing his entire address around Isaiah 9:10.
Later, in his first State of the Union Address, Barack Obama framed his speech around the theme: “We will rebuild. We will recover.”
Not mentioned in the book or the No. 1 faith movie of 2012 and 2013, “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” is that President George Bush also hit on the “We will rebuild” theme just none days after the attack in a joint session of Congress.
“As a symbol of America’s resolve, my administration will work with Congress and these two leaders to show the world that we will rebuild New York City,” he said.
It seems like a natural reaction of public officials.
But the point of the bestselling Christian book of 2012 and the bestselling faith movie is that America is re-enacting an ancient drama played out thousands of years ago when Israel’s leaders did not repent and turn back to God after a limited strike on the land. Instead, their words are recorded in Isaiah 9:10, proclaiming they would simply rebuild bigger and better. The result was eventually the destruction of the nation.
Cahn recalls the “We will rebuild” comments repeated “like a mantra after 9/11.”
“And the subsequent policies that embodied these words would end up leading to the second shaking, the economic collapse,” he added.
Both the book and the documentary present a series of remarkable parallels between the judgment of ancient Israel and events impacting America since 9/11.
“The fall of ancient Israel hung on an ancient vow made by its leaders in the wake of God’s first warning of national judgment which came in the form of an enemy strike,” explains Cahn. “The vow, found in Isaiah 9:10, is the key to the nine harbingers of judgment that foreshadowed the nation’s destruction. ‘The Harbinger’ reveals how these same nine harbingers of a nation under judgment are now reappearing on American soil. Key in this reappearance is the phenomenon of leaders uttering the ancient vow in one form or another. Sometimes the vow occurs in an eerily precise form, as in Tom Daschle’s public declaration before the U.S. Congress on the day after 9/11, when he recited the judgment vow word for word. Other times it appears in summary form – a voicing of the vow’s central phrase ‘We will rebuild.’ In the days after 9/11, one finds American leaders voicing these three central words, again and again and again, almost as a mantra. One of those who uttered them was the president of the United States, George Bush.”
Cahn continues: “The significance is that President Bush would lead the nation in attempting to undo the effects of 9/11. In itself, there would be nothing wrong with that. The problem is that a nation in defiance of God cannot solve its underlying spiritual problem with political or economic or military solutions. Israel tried to this in its first stages of judgment. But all its efforts to rebuild and come back stronger would backfire. So America’s campaign would involve two foreign wars, vast expenditures of money in the War on Terror, and several economic initiatives to lift the American economy. But all of these campaigns would also backfire in some way and ultimately lead up to the collapse of the American economy. It all began on the day after 9/11 with the full uttering of the ancient vow on Capitol Hill by Tom Daschle, which was then echoed by a host of American leaders – one of them, most significantly, was none other than the president of the United States.”
In January of last year, “The Harbinger” skyrocketed to the top of the New York Times bestsellers list and stayed there all year long by suggesting America is following in the defiant footsteps of ancient Israel as recorded in Isaiah 9:10 by insisting on rebuilding bigger and better without considering what God was trying to tell the country through the catastrophic events of Sept. 11, 2001.
Isaiah records that Israel had known God and yet turned away from Him. Following a devastating attack by Assyria, rather than returning to God, the leaders declared “with pride and arrogance of heart” a defiant pledge: “The bricks are fallen down, but we will build with hewn stones: the sycamores are cut down, but we will change them into cedars.” (Isaiah 9:10 KJV).
“The Harbinger” reveals the startling reality that beginning the day after 9/11, several American leaders began repeating that 2,500-year-old vow, word for word, in speeches in the Capitol. In the film, viewers get to see and hear the actual speeches.
“Having no idea what he was doing, the majority leader of the U.S. Senate [Tom Daschle] was declaring America as under the judgment of God,” Cahn gives as just one example. “It was the reenactment of an ancient mystery – and bore the most grave of consequences.”
In March, WND Films released “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment” as a documentary follow-up to Cahn’s stunning research revealing the eerie parallels between the reaction of ancient Israel and the national leaders in the U.S. It quickly became the No. 1 faith video in America and has remained in that spot for an unprecedented 35 weeks. It is back in the No. 1 position in 2013.
Now there are multiple ways you can help spread the word about “The Harbinger” and “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment” – both making an impact on changing hearts and minds in America:
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