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Isaiah 9:10 and Ecclesiastes 10:9
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6/22/2014 11:41:04 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
(For some reason I cannot post this as an 'Opinion')
From Jonathan Cahn"s Book "The Harbinger":
Theme Bible Verse for "The Harbinger" by Author Jonathan Cahn:
Isaiah 9:10 (NASB 95)
"The bricks have fallen down,
But we will rebuild with smooth stones;
The sycamores have been cut down,
But we will replace them with cedars."
Take a look at this verse which God revealed to me tonight (6/21/2014):
Ecclesiastes 10:9 (NASB 95)
"He who quarries stones may be hurt by them,
and he who splits logs may be endangered by them."
Isaiah 9:10 from the book "The Harbinger" and Ecclesiastes 10:9 are very similar in content and the chapters/verses are reversed across books.
Isaiah 9:10 is supposed to be in reference to America and the Judgment that befell the ancient kingdom of Israel when they ignored God's call for them to repent according to Author Jonathan Cahn of "The Harbinger".
What does all this mean? Ecclesiastes 10:9 seems to be a warning if Isaiah 9:10 is attempted which according to Jonathan Cahn in "The Harbinger" has already happened in America.
Was the Bible written by ancient goat herders and even though it was by some was it inspired by God?
Jikpamu: Conservative "Libertarian" Born-Again Bible-Believing Christian
I am against homosexuality, gay marriage, and abortion (particularly abortion).
I am for anything Jesus and the Bible : )