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How then shall we live: an interview with Jonathan Cahn about The Oracle

End Times teacher Jonathan Cahn speaks with PneumaReview.com about his life and ministry and his newly released book, The Oracle: The Jubilean Mysteries Unveiled.

PneumaReview.com: Please tell us about your story. Where do you come from? What has your spiritual journey looked like? What has God called you to be doing in this season of life? 

Jonathan Cahn: I’m Jewish, was raised in the synagogue. I became an atheist at the age of 8, when I was 12, I started seeking the truth. I picked up a book on biblical end-time prophecy and it changed by worldview. But I only received the Lord and began following him at the age of 20 after I was hit by a locomotive train.

He’s called me to teach the word of God, proclaim His prophetic word to our generation, write books, lead a congregation, lead an outreach ministry of compassion to the world, and more.

 

PneumaReview.com:  You have been teaching and writing about End Times for many years. Please tell us why you came to see the importance of this topic and your own growth in understanding what God has planned.

Jonathan Cahn: It was end-time prophecy that led me to the Lord. And as we live in the end-times we must be aware of it, the signs, the urgency, and the calling. As for growth, I can only say that revelations were given me concerning America and the world that I wrote down in the books – The Harbinger and The Paradigm.

 

PneumaReview.com: Preaching about Last Days always seems to draw a crowd, but what can church leaders do today to speak on this topic in ways that lift up God’s truth and not tickle ears?

What does it mean to our lives now? How can we apply it?

Jonathan Cahn: It should never just be about what is going on in the world. It should always be brought home to the person’s life. What does it mean to our lives now? How can we apply it? How can it make us stronger, more passionate, more serious, and on fire for God – and how then shall we live?

 

PneumaReview.com: Why did you choose to write The Oracle as a dialog? Could you explain who is having this conversation and why?

Jonathan Cahn: The Oracle is overwhelmingly non-fiction overflowing with connections, mysteries, revelations, facts, and reality. As with The Harbinger, the story (in this case of a man called ‘the Oracle’ on a mountaintop, who reveals the mysteries of God) through seven doors of revelation – is only the delivery system. It makes it easier to receive and takes the reader on an adventure.

 

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Category: Fall 2019, Living the Faith

About the Author: Jonathan Cahn caused a worldwide stir with the release of the New York Times Best Seller, The Harbinger and then The Mystery of the Shemitah, The Book of Mysteries, and The Paradigm. He has addressed Members of Congress and spoken at the United Nations and was named, along with Billy Graham and Keith Greene, as one of the top forty spiritual leaders of the last forty years “who radically changed our world.” He is known as a prophetic voice in this generation and for the opening up of the deep mysteries of God. Jonathan leads Hope of the World, bringing God’s word to the nations and help to the world’s most needy—and his worship center—Beth Israel/The Jerusalem Center in Wayne, New Jersey. His newest book to be released is The Oracle. His ministry can be contacted at HopeoftheWorld.org and Jonathan Cahn Facebook.

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