You might know Jonathan Cahn from the failed predictions in his best-selling book, The Harbinger, which seeks to draw parallels between Israel’s past and America’s present. Or you might know Jonathan Cahn from the failed predictions of “The Mystery of the Shemitah,” another best-selling book that claimed a “shaking” was going to take place between 2015 and 2016 that would economically rock the world. Or, you might know Cahn from any number of his different prophecies in which he takes obscure Old Testament passages, extrapolates a distorted message, and claims that it’s an omen for the present day.
Now, the failed prophet – who is still popular on the charismatic speaking circuit, where they typically care more about the novelty of the prophecy than its accuracy – claims that the prophecy of Donald Trump was foretold in the Bible. Of course, it would have been nice had he told us this long before Trump became president. A little heads-up would have been nice.
The video is of Michael Brown hosting Sid Roth’s Program, It’s Supernatural! For clarity’s sake, this is not a new video and was filmed about 10 months ago. It was, however, just recently uploaded by Charisma Mag and promoted on their website just today. Michael Brown seemed to find the Donald Trump prophecy fascinating, without offering critique or rebuke.
You can watch the video below.
Michael Brown appeared on Iron Sharpens Iron with Reformed Baptist apologist, James White, yesterday.
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