There are few books that alter the course of a nation. Rabbi Jonathan Cahn's The Harbinger is such a book. It burst onto the New York Times best-seller list in early 2012 and stayed there for more than one hundred weeks. Then Cahn did it again with The Mystery of the Shemitah, an instant bestseller in 2015.
Something profound was happening. Was it possible…
- That Americans were truly hungry for God's Word?
- That they were scared for America's future?
- That Rabbi Cahn was indeed a messenger for God's prophetic warnings?
- That America's downward spiral could still be reversed?
All of this came to the forefront for pastors, politicians, and a public growing anxious because of Cahn's prophetic books.
But what of the author himself? What do we really know about him?
What is the life story of Jonathan Cahn, known as "The Harbinger Man" and a Messianic Rabbi? How did Cahn rise from relative obscurity to worldwide prominence and acclaim? Raised a Reform Jew, and hardened as an atheist, why did Cahn beg God to reveal Himself by laying Cahn near death's door? Was it Cahn's wake up call to surrender to Christ? But why? For what purposes?
Now, for the first time ever in the biographical documentary, The Harbinger Man: The Jonathan Cahn Story, Rabbi Cahn reveals (in his own words) his journey from being God's enemy to becoming a close confidante.
“Before God judges a nation, He sends warnings,” Cahn has said. “But America, like Israel, has not responded with repentance, but with defiance.”
While an impending judgment hangs over America, Cahn leaves room for hope. He cites 2 Chronicles 7:14: “If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.”
Will there be judgment or revival? Is this the final warning? Find out in The Harbinger Man: The Jonathan Cahn Story.