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WASHINGTON – The newest teaching star in the evangelical world and among Hebrew Roots Christians has released the first three of an ongoing teaching series based on his sermons.
Jonathan Cahn, author of the No. 1 bestselling book "The Harbinger" and the inspiration for the No. 1 faith movie "The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment" has more spiritual insight to share than his most famous teaching.
- "The Masada Mystery": For 2,000 years, God kept a scroll hidden on top of Masada in the Israeli wilderness waiting for the Jewish people to come back to the land and uncover it. Discover this awesome prophecy of God and what it has to do with you.
- "The Sanhedrin Secret": Did Jesus (Yeshua) really rise from the dead? Or was his body stolen from the sealed tomb guarded by Roman soldiers as the Jewish Sanhedrin charged? The gospel record is clear on the risen Christ. But what about the charges of the Sanhedrin? Did they even believe their own cover story for the empty tomb? Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn looks at the evidence and finds historical confirmation for the Resurrection of Yeshua in an unlikely source – the rabbinical writings of the Sanhedrin itself.
- "The Hanukkah Endtime Mystery": Hanukkah contains one of the most amazingly detailed revelations of the end times – Jonathan Cahn opens up the endtime mysteries of Hanukkah, with stunning detail on what is yet to come, and what is already happening right now before our eyes! Most people are somewhat familiar with the Hanukkah story as related in the Book of Maccabees, an extrabiblical history of Israeli rebellion against a Greek tyrant who desecrated the Temple. They know the story of the lighting of the menorah and the miracle of the oil that burned beyond any reasonable expectation. But even Bible scholars and Christians knowledgeable about the Hebrew Roots of their faith don't know about the ancient endtime mystery revealed in the story of Hanukkah.
Enjoy the rich teachings of this messianic rabbi and share them with your friends and Bible study groups. Some of the sermons were delivered at Cahn’s own New Jersey congregation, the Beth Israel Worship Center. Others were delivered at conferences.