Jonathan Cahn Reminds Readers to Love Those Who Persecute Us

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New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Cahn releases The Paradigm, his latest book of explosive prophetic revelations. Known for opening the deep mysteries of Scripture and bringing forth messages of prophetic import, Cahn unveils his most controversial book yet, following his best-sellers The Mystery of the Shemitah, The Book of Mysteries and The Harbinger, which catapulted him to national and international prominence. Now, The Paradigm promises to shake America’s political establishment and shock the world.

The Paradigm reveals how today’s cultural and political events were foretold by the Bible nearly 3,000 years ago. Cahn cites passages from 1 and 2 Kings to draw parallels between modern-day political figures and ancient leaders of Israel. Cahn expounds on how Bill and Hillary Clinton are modern-day versions of Ahab and Jezebel, and how Donald Trump was foretold in the form of Jehu, the Israelite king whom God raised up to kill Jezebel.

Cahn writes in the first chapter, “In The Paradigm, people themselves become prophetic revelations—leaders on the modern world stage become the harbingers. We will see ancient monarchs and modern presidents merging together, the reigns and actions of ancient kings governing the reigns and actions of modern leaders, ancient scandals lying behind modern scandals, and the events of ancient times determining the course, the direction and the timing of the events of the modern world.”

Cahn writes on Baal worship, which involved the offering up of children and compares this with Hillary Clinton’s pro-choice advocacy. He acknowledges how even radical feminists would call abortion “sacred” and “pagan,” supporting the connection between Jezebel, who participated in Baal worship, and Hillary Clinton.

“That any culture could permit the sacrificing of children is hard to fathom. But that such a thing could be considered a sacred act stretches the limits of comprehension. But this is exactly what took place in the ancient apostasy. Could even this facet of the paradigm correspond to the present day?” Cahn says.

At the same time, while the paradigm reveals these shocking parallels and exposes our culture’s increasing apostasy, Cahn also reminds readers of what the Bible says about loving those who reject godly morality and persecute Christians.

“We must, on one hand, strongly stand against any agenda that wars against the will of God and yet, on the other, pray for those who advance and execute such agendas,” Cahn says.

Cahn sounds a message of hope and a call to action. He emphasizes how, although the Bible is unchangeable, people can change. In his book, Cahn urges readers to pray for leaders to step out of their predecessor’s paradigm and help restore the nation to godly morality. The Paradigm serves as a warning for everyone who is immersed in Western civilization’s radical metamorphosis of values. It not only proves God’s active involvement in present-day affairs, but it also acknowledges how we are progressing toward God’s judgement and must recognize the reality of His sovereignty over all things.

Cahn says, “His workings take place not only in the sacred realm but in the secular realm, the political realm, the economic realm, the cultural realm, the spiritual realm, the natural realm—in every realm and in all things.”

Cahn leads Hope of the World ministry and the Jerusalem Center / Beth Israel, just outside New York City in Wayne, New Jersey. He is a sought-after speaker, having addressed the United Nations on Capitol Hill and millions of people around the world. Cahn has been called the prophetic voice of our generation.

The Paradigm was released on Sept. 19, 2017 and is published by Frontline, an imprint of Charisma House. Learn more at

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