This is unbelievable but true. Go purchase “The One Year Bible“, open it to the passage for September 11th, this has been read daily on September 11, since 1985, the release year in America of THE ONE YEAR BIBLE. Note Reference — Jonathan Cahn’s book– Harbinger 2, pg 196. Chapter 26, The Convergence.
‘The Lord sent a word against Jacob, and it has fallen on Israel. All the people will know—Ephraim and the inhabitant of Samaria— who say in pride and arrogance of heart: “The bricks have fallen down but we will rebuild with hewn stones; the sycamore are cut down, but we will replace them with cedars. ( Learn about the “Sycamore tree” cut down by “flying metal” from one of the crumbling Twin Towers in New York.) Also study about the reading of Isaiah 9:10, quoted in ceremonies following the Towers destruction.
What is very peculiar about the arrangement of the One Year Bible is this: The people that put this Bible together… “Had no idea what they were doing. They simply appointed the beginning of the Hebrew scriptures for the beginning of the year Genesis 1:1, the first verse of the Bible, for the first day of the year, January 1. The end of the Hebrew scriptures was appointed for the end of the year, Malachi 4 for the last day of the year December 31st. Going by that basic algorithm, it ended up that Isaiah 9:10 was the appointed scripture for September 11th … another manifestation of the dynamic working through the mystery ‘the convergence’ of all things to the exact time and place.” Note: Read J.Cahn’s — “Paradigm”, for the connection between prophecies applying to both Israel and America.
In conclusion — I quite frequently conduct studies with Jonathan Cahn and Mark Levin. Referencing their books and materials directly in my posts. I view both of these authors at the forefront of Biblical prophecy and end-time events. ( Eschatology) , Jonathan Cahn’s writing is both on a historical, modern, and future stage and platform. Mark Levin on a historical world and American theme. ie: (AMERICAN MARXISM ) It is an honor to add my experience to their scholarly work, my additions hopefully “bringing topics down”, for the common man and woman. I don’t use the word “common” disrespectfully or in a derogatory condescending sense. I consider myself a blessed commoner. Frankie The Earthman.