Morning Rundown: Did Jonathan Cahn’s 2023 Predictions Come True?

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Did Jonathan Cahn’s 2023 Predictions Come True?

At the beginning of 2023, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn gave a message that recapped the previous year and brought hope for the year to come. Now as we look back a year later, we can see that what he had to say was more than just mere words on paper—they were biblical prophecies come to life.

“In 2022 just recently, Benjamin Netanyahu came back into office as the nation’s prime minister,” Cahn said. “Now prophetically that could mean that Israel will take more steps with regard to the Jewish people being able to pray on the Temple Mount and steps in the direction that will ultimately lead to the building of the second temple as the Bible says,” Cahn said.


Part of Netanyahu’s importance in this sequence of events is that he had been prophesied over about the importance of the position God had placed him in.

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7 Typical Prophetic Buzzwords Given to Hype Crowds

Every year, many prophetic words are given to start the new year. Many prophetic words are just repetitive rewordings of previously hyped-up words. However, are they really prophetic words? With all the prophetic lunacy in much of the charismatic church over the last few years, we need to revisit the prophetic standards statement as a guide for church movements and Christ followers.


Also, I encourage you to check out the 2023 review of prophetic words given last year by Remnant Radio.

To aid the body of Christ in developing discernment, the following is a summary of some of the standard generic words or phrases that appeal to many despite the fact they rarely come to pass.

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The Rise of Blasphemous ‘Atheist Churches’


In an age where we see more people continuing to leave the church, it’s no surprise that “atheist churches” are on the rise.

Yes, that’s right. Christians aren’t the only ones going to church these days. While varying religious groups all over the world have always gathered to worship, what’s interesting is that more non-religious groups today are getting together to have testimony nights and services centered on external factors other than God.

As The Conversation reported, “secular congregations often mimic religious organizations by using the language structure of a ‘church,’ such as meeting on Sundays or hearing a member’s ‘testimony,’ or by adapting religious language or practices in other ways.”

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