Righteous leaders should not do their jobs with bias for their opinions or allegiances.
Why are political leaders saying they will not even review the president’s Supreme Court nomination for a replacement when it is his job to nominate a justice and it is their job to review it?
A righteous government is not run by politics, but by impartial logic and wisdom.
This guidance is about United States currency printed in the 1990’s and guidance given to Jonathan Cahn about the 9-11 attacks, which he shared in his 2011 book, The Harbinger.
It shows again the great amount of control God has over our world. I’ve seen this minute detail in God’s control over things many, many times. He even wove it into our languages (see The Meaning Of Numbers).
Here, we see it in bills when they are folded into the structure of common paper airplanes. The pictures revealed on the folded bills give exact prophetic images of the airliner terror attacks on both the Twin Towers of New York and the Pentagon in Washington D.C. These bills were printed and designed many years before 9-11 in 2001, and the level of control is stunning as can be seen by the progression of images from small bill denominations to large. Some bills even have prophetic images on both sides as you can see in the photos below.
Some people thought there must have been a government conspiracy to produce the bills like that and carry out the 9-11 attacks, but there is no government conspiracy, and I don’t believe any humans have the skill to pull off such level of detail in the folded images. They correspond with actual photographs of the 9-11 attacks perfectly as you can see below.
Why would God do this? People could not understand why God allowed the 9-11 attacks to occur and the church often denied that a loving God would bring judgment, but the church often does not see God’s wholeness of character and forgets He is Judge of all. He brings both the good and the bad and created the light and the dark (1 Samuel 2:6-7; Isaiah 45:7; Lamentations 3:38; Job 12:23; Jeremiah 31:28).
The 9-11 terror attacks and the financial disasters afterward were judgments on our nation, as well as warnings to turn around from sin and from denying God in our lives. That was revealed in Jonathan Cahn’s book, The Harbinger. It contained a lot of factual evidence of the truth with appropriate references. The evidence was presented in a fictional story, but we must look past that and see God’s fingerprint in the real world events and physical objects that were weaved in fine detail to tell us that our nation’s divine protection and blessings, like Israel’s, have come to an end because of its support for sin, like legalizing abortion and supporting homosexual civil unions, as well as our wrong focuses in life, like having too much of the wrong kinds of pride, idolizing money and other material things.
The reality of this state of affairs is disheartening, but Jonathan Cahn talked about further judgment being averted. These disasters were meant to wake up the nation and world, so that they would change their ways. If we can turn back unrighteous laws and bring back God and His ways into our lives as well as government, then this nation as well as others could avoid further judgment. May that be. Amen.
Update 3/11/2016 – I noticed Ezekiel 4:9 bread from Food For Life Baking Company, Inc. is for sale in major grocery stores. After seeing what that Scripture is about, I knew it connected to the guidance here about national judgment and warning for our country and others all over the world.
Like the many signs shared by Johnathan Cahn in his book, I’m sure the makers of this bread do not realize their part in confirming prophecy of warning and judgment. Ezekiel 4:9 is where the prophet is told to symbolically siege Jerusalem and then lay on his side and eat the grain bread as a sign to the people that their nation would fall to Babylon.
When I saw this bread was a sign from God of coming judgment, I wept like Jesus did as He approached Jerusalem and saw the city, saying, “If you, even you, had only known on this day what would bring you peace…” (Luke 19:41).
Know now the time of warning is ending, and nations and the church everywhere must turn from sin and go back to God’s true ways to have peace for their lives, families and countries. A righteous walk of moving towards the Pure Bride by removing sin from ourselves, the church and our nations will help us avoid the judgment of peoples in this age of the Tribulation. The church is not correct that the Rapture will save believers from that since the Rapture is actually post-Tribulation (see 3/3/2009 for details).
go?v=MARCHINGDon’t believe God gives people dreams? Here’s one given to John Dau from his biography God Grew Tired Of Us. It’s meaning is apparent if you know the deeper things about God and His Kingdom… http://3rdcompass.org/core/go?v=MARCHING#d20160127
A common misused myth of the church: “God is not the author of confusion” (1 Corinthians 14:33 KJV). It should be translated, “God is not a God of disorder” (NIV), which goes with the proper context of the Scripture there – of keeping order in the church. The verse does not mean God never gives or makes confusing or misleading things, which many people have referenced it for.
God does create and speak in very confusing ways. His host includes lying spirits who He sends for various reasons (1 Kings 22:19-23; 2 Chronicles 18:18-22). His whole creation was made very confusingly to test faith in man, to see if we trust Him or what we see with our eyes. Note how He made the universe and our world to appear ancient. And what appears to be “evolution” without God and its evidence in fossil records and DNA is not as straightforward as the world thinks. God hid the details very well. I wrote about the science of these things in my first book, 3rd Compass Book, Chapter 1 – http://3rdcompass.org/core/go?v=BOOK-CH1
God hides the truth to test us. He hides many other things for other reasons. God’s Spoken Guidance, Scripture, and many of His parables and prophecies are deliberately confusing. Jesus’ disciples were even confused by things He said. God obscures things because it is His Will, it tests us, and some people are cursed to be blind to the truth (Isaiah 6:10; Matthew 13:15; Mark 4:12; John 9:39; Acts 28:27; Romans 11:7-10; Galatians 1:8-9). Other times, the full truth is hidden so that people who consider themselves wise and prudent are proved wrong. Having pride in our own thinking is bad, while leaning on and completely trusting what the Lord says is true is very important. We must not think or act with gut reactions, but look deeper to understand the world, God and His Kingdom as they truly are.