Is it possible that there exists an ancient mystery that holds the secret of America's future? That this mystery lies behind everything from 9/11 to the collapse of the global economy? That ancient harbingers of judgment are now manifesting in America? That God is sending America a prophetic message of what is yet to come? Before its end as a nation, there appeared in ancient Israel nine specific warnings and omens of national destruction - these same Nine Harbingers are now manifesting in America with profound ramifications for America’s future and end-time prophecy.
Hidden in an ancient biblical prophecy from Isaiah, the mysteries revealed in The Harbinger are so precise that they foretell recent American events down to the exact days: the 3,000-year-old mystery that revealed the exact date of the stock market collapse of 2008… the ancient prophecy that was proclaimed from the floor of the US Senate and then came true…and more. The revelations are so specific that even the most hardened skeptic will find it hard to put down. Though it sounds like the plot of a Hollywood thriller - IT’S REAL.
The prophetic mysteries are factual but revealed through a riveting narrative the reader will find hard to put down. The Harbinger opens with the appearance of a man burdened with a message he has received from a mysterious figure called The Prophet. The Prophet has given him nine seals, each containing a message about America's future. As he tells of his encounters with the Prophet, from a skyscraper in New York City to a rural mountaintop to Capitol Hill to Ground Zero, the mystery behind each seal is revealed. As the story unfolds, each revelation becomes another piece in a larger and larger puzzle, the ramifications of which are, even now, altering the course of America and the world.
©2012 Jonathan Cahn (P)2012 Charisma House
They should be identical as it is the unabridged version I listened to. The story is almost always better when told by the author, though.
The truth of God's Word.
He made the story personal. Experience always trumps mere acting in my estimation.
From Blessings to Curses
The truth speaks through this book. A must-hear to anyone of faith or wondering about the direction of our nation and why it is on the course it currently is travelling.
A pro-life conservative.
Not this kind of book.
Just because you wrote it rarely means you should narrate it. Narration is an art and you need acting training on how to use language and embody character. The author needs more of this kind of training or should give the job to a professional. Don't try to save money on something so important to the success of an audiobook.
Now, I'm curious about how this book came to my attention and the digital marketing strategies that went into it. So, the one aspect that the book did well - marketing.
This one makes me want my book credit back.
The Harbinger is a great book which will really make you think about how close we are to the end of time (not that we can't see that already) the only thing I had against the book was the writer of the book should have paid someone else to read the book. Without expression and change in the characters its hard to keep up with the story.
When I first started this book, I was not really sure about what I was getting myself into. I believe everyone is looking to eternity and I don't care for scare tactics. With that being said, I listened with an open mind. I thought the story was pretty good. Not over dramatic like a "Left Behind" series. My only problem is I felt some of the things mentioned could have been easily sculpted to fit. Sometimes it was difficult to make the same connection the author was making. If you enjoy this sort of ancient mystery that speaks a lot about Christian beliefs and values , not a bad read. If you are already a skeptic...this is not the book for you.
WOW, what a great "read"! If you are a believer, even if this is all fiction, it makes you see how God can work in the lives of man. If you aren't it's a really fun story full of interesting twists and turns.
"And the words of the profits are written on the subway walls..."
This is an interesting call to examine our faith, as individuals and as a nation. How do we as a people establish a moral code if not through God. Does our society ignore God while promoting the "religon" of atheism? This book calls for us to examine our believe in God and the benifits of our faith in him.
Listening to something else
He spoke as if it was not fiction.
I can't emphasize enough that this is a book of half truths and a stretching of the truth. It is fiction. The interest of the author is to sell his product at any cost.
The fact that it is a story about someone telling a story, which violates the first rule of story telling of show, not tell. If I was listening to a sermon or someone teaching about prophetic parallels with Israel and America it would have been ok, but instead this is trying to pass off as fiction and as such is not compelling.
I wasn't sure if he was trying for sorkin-eske dialogue with his repetition or if he just felt the need to repeat almost every idea. If he didn't repeat so much, the time I spent on this book could have been cut in half.
Found another word to use instead of calamity. Just told the story as it was happening, instead of telling the story of someone telling a story. Not repeat EVERYTHING.
Soothing. Interesting. The best part of the experience.
Anger. I found myself yelling in the car... I GET IT ALREADY, MOVE ON!
I purchased this because ancient mysteries are normally very interesting to me and provoke thought. I listened to this while driving across the country and literally had to turn it off every 45 mins because it was so dull. All the points are repeated, for effect I'm sure, but gets old really fast. I liked the concept behind the story and I think that it could have been presented in a different matter (more documentative style). I didn't agree with some of the first presented facts, as well, therefore making me question the rest of what was "fact". I wouldn't recommend this book.
The facts and issues deserved a more fully developed story line. I would rather have seen this written as non fiction. The way he decided to present his knowledge comes close to insulting your intelligence. I guess he wrote it so that even a fool would not err in understanding it.
This could have been a fantastic book. Instead, I found it boring and practically silly.
Sort of like "Grasshopper" and "Master" stuff.
Not without checking it out more thoroughly. He is a sensitive, intelligent, aware and insightful man, I was disappointed.
The facts remain, thankfully. The facts are the redeeming qualities.
Could have Googled a YouTube on Harbinger and watched an interview and gotten as much information in 30 minutes.
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