Jonathan Cahn Says Believers Must Become ‘Radical’ for America to Survive

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Shawn Akers

Jonathan Cahn’s blockbuster movie “The Harbingers of Things to Come” comes to one realistic and sobering conclusion for America and its future: “If America falls, it’s going to accelerate everything you read about in the Bible.”

In a recent interview on Clay Clark’s Thrive Time Show, Cahn tells Clark: “We are living in prophetic times, so we have to be a prophetic people. We have to speak to the culture. We are not living in that ‘Christian culture’ anymore. We have to be radical. We have to be like the prophets.

“In many churches we sing, ‘These are the days of Elijah.’ That’s great, and I love the song. But if these are the days of Elijah, then we have to become the Elijahs of the day. God does raise up voices, but we’re all to be prophetic. We have to speak truth; we have to shine the light and we have to be very much like Elijah.

“Keep in mind that when we sing that song, the days of Elijah were actually times of persecution. We have to be the one who will stand. It’s like the candle in the daytime—you don’t see it. But the candle lights up the night. We are called to become the candle in the night. That’s why I believe these can be the greatest times for those who will stand like Elijah and be the prophets of this generation; to speak to the times when God will anoint them and lift us up. This will be our hour.”

The Harbingers of Things to Come was a blockbuster success, coming in as one of the top five films viewed across the nation, with the third-highest per-screen average for the two days it was featured in theaters. The first showing alone saw the film rank number 2 at the box office as the second-highest-grossing film nationally. In total, the explosive motion picture saw almost 100,000 people in just two nights and grossed more than $1 million.

After such a triumph at the box office, The Harbingers of Things to Come is now available for hosting at churches, communities, groups and organizations nationwide, through ticketed streaming events from May 13 to July 31, 2022, at The Faith Content Network. With a network of nearly 150,000 pastors and church leaders, the Faith Content Network is a collection of churches that present new, faith-driven theatrical events available in tandem with their exclusive theatrical releases. {eoa}

Shawn A. Akers is the online editor for Charisma Media.

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