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Friendship to show ‘Harbinger II’

Friendship Baptist Church of Hartfield will show the powerful and timely message given by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn at the Messiah ’09 Conference held on July 1.

Rabbi Cahn’s message will be shown this Sunday, September 6, at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary on its large screen. “Everyone who is concerned about our nation’s direction should view this DVD,” said a church spokesperson. All are invited.

The title of Rabbi Cahn’s message is “Harbinger II,” and is about 90 minutes long. “His observations surrounding events in America beginning with the September 11, 2001 strike on the twin towers in New York are astounding when compared to events that preceded the fall of the Northern Kingdom in ancient Israel,” said the spokesperson. “He bases his comparisons on the nine warnings or harbingers found in Isaiah 9:8-10.

“Rabbi Cahn explores what happens to a nation that refuses to repent of its sin,” continued the spokesperson. “What happens if a nation ignores the initial warnings of judgment? Look at what happened to ancient Israel’s Northern Kingdom. The people were warned, but they refused to repent. The first calamity came when Assyria invaded their land. They still refused to repent, but were determined to rebuild. The first calamity brought the second stage of judgment, which culminated in the complete destruction of that kingdom 10 years later by the same Assyrians.

“Rabbi Cahn sees the 9/11 attack on our nation as the first calamity and events transpiring since then as harbingers or warnings to us to repent or face God’s judgment. The comparisons are amazing. Come see for yourself,” said the spokesperson.

Rabbi Cahn is a Messianic Jew and President of Hope of the World ministries, as well as Senior Pastor and Rabbi of the Beth Israel Worship Center in Garfield, New Jersey. 

For more information, call Rev. Walt McKibbon at 693-5503 or 804-832-2836, or email .

posted 09.02.2009

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