One year after “The Harbinger” author Rabbi Jonathan Cahn warned that America was at a tipping point and that to defy God’s commandments and create “same-sex marriage” would be to “follow Baal and go to hell,” he returned to “Washington: A Man of Prayer” to ask the U.S. Supreme Court justices where they got the authority to overrule God.
“As ancient Israel turned away from her God and His ways, so, too, has America,” he thundered from the podium recently occupied by dozens of members of Congress who came to pray.
“The city on hill, founded for the purposes of God, drove God out of its government, out of its culture, out of its public square. It celebrated ungodliness and called evil good and good evil. It lifted up the most innocent and helpless of its inhabitants and slaughtered them on the altars of self-obsession.
“The last time we gathered, it was the day after the Supreme Court heard the case to decide the future of marriage,” he said. “Two months after we gathered here, America’s highest court struck down the order of God!
“It must be asked, this day, Supreme Court justices, where do you get the authority to overrule the rulings of the Most High? By what authority did you strike down the laws of the Almighty? … You are neither the highest court nor the final authority. There is a Supreme Justice that does not sleep forever.”
He then turned his attention to Barack Obama.
“Mr. President, did you not lay your hand on the Word of God and swear before Him, so help me God. … [On that day] that the Supreme Court struck down the order of God you issued the order that the White House be illuminated by the colors of the rainbow to celebrate that striking down. Mr. President, by what authority did you take the sacred colors of God’s covenant … and turn them against the purposes of God?”
He said the “city on a hill has grown darkened … it has forgotten God of its foundation … the temples of its culture have been expunged of his presence. It has forgotten the warning that was embedded in the vision of the city on a hill.”
“For it was also written … if our hearts shall turn away … we shall surely perish.”
He vowed, however, that Christians will not yield, will not lobby those who occupy high offices but will “beseech Him who occupies the office of The Most High.”
He said he was seeking revival across the land.
“We will stand against the night. If the dark grows darker, we will shine yet brighter,” he said. “Let Your power again be seen in the nation.”
A year ago, Cahn addressed the prayer event only a day after the Supreme Court heard arguments in the case in which it later ruled 5-4 to abandon millennia of Judeo-Christian precedent and impose “gay marriage” on America.
“Follow Baal and go to hell!” thundered Cahn in a fiery address warning the nation’s Supreme Court against defying God’s commandments.
The speech became an Internet sensation, with more than 11 million people viewing it on just one of the social media sites where it was posted. Millions more saw it elsewhere.
As demonstrate by the Supreme Court’s decision, Cahn’s warning was not heeded.
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