Rabbi Jonathan Cahn Sermon – The end of Hiding

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn Sermon - The end of Hiding

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn shared this new sermon titled “The end of Hiding” which is taken from “Power To End The Winter” and it is not a sermon or message you will want to miss. The Messianic Christian pastor and author who is best known for his book “The Harbinger” has changed many lives through his teachings and way of life.

To get Jonathan’s books The Harbinger II, The Oracle, The Paradigm, The Book of Mysteries, The Harbinger, & more just go online to wherever books are sold or offline to book stores.

Bearing the full name Jonathan David Cahn, the bible teacher is married to Renata Armingol.

Watch and learn from this sermon and message by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn – The end of Hiding – as we bring the latest sermons from pastors to you daily.

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  1. Jonathan Chan is revealing reincarnational patterns when he compares Trump to Jehu and Hilary to Jezebel, etc., a subject I understand and have studied much.

  2. Here’s another reincarnational pattern for you to contemplate. Saddam Hussein believed he was a reincarnation of Nebachudnezzar, likely true, in my view. I also had noticed that Saddam Hussein was very similar in appearance and action to Santa Anna, who fought that war with Texas in 1836. I believe that my two brothers and myself had died at the battle of the Alamo. I believe that my nephew who died over a year ago on my birthday, probably lived as Sam Houston, who defeated Santa Anna and kicked him out of Texas. My older brother, at the first Gulf War, fought against Saddam Hussein. My younger brother’s birthday just happens to be March 7, the day after the last day of the battle. After the first Gulf War, a Life magazine article came out, listing all the American troops, killed in that war. I went through that list meticulously and found out that there were more dead troops from Texas than any other state. Also, my ex-neighbor has a flooring business and often works with Mexican workers. I often worked with them too. And remember, Mexicans fought on both sides.

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