The judgements of God on America are coming–Isaiah 9:10 prophecy!

These two questions are asked all over our land. “Where is America in the bible”? and “Where is America during the end times”? These are questions that are guaranteed to come up in many biblical end times discussions. Isaiah 9:10 provides us with much of the answer. Isaiah 9:10 is about the judgements of God. Judgements in the old testament that are appearing today.

The verse explains, in so few words, why God rejected and destroyed Israel and why the United States may be facing the same fate. I highly recommend you don’t skip this teaching.

America, our protected and ever so blessed nation for over two hundred years, it seems, is about to receive the judgements of God. Unless, we as a nation repent. In fact, it may have already started.

Our nation has turned away from God and His ways. America is in rebellion to God. We are refusing to repent and turn to Him.

This short film, produced by WND, explains the answer to the question.  “Where is America in the bible during the end times”?

A little warning. This short film is so enlightening about America’s judgement during the end times, that you will not want to stop until it is done. If you don’t have an hour, you may want to wait until you have time.

Our leaders have determined God’s judgement. They have pronounced this counties fate.This once God fearing country has turned its back and embarassed many of the very sins He warned us about as accepted “standards of behavior”.

Thank-you to the creators of the Isaiah 9:10 film. It is based on the book “The Harbinger”. Written by Jonathan Cahn, a messianic Rabbi and president of Hope of the World prophetic ministry.

Can America still repent? I don’t know, but stay tuned! Please Pray for America. Pray for the promises of Psalm 91. Pray the blood of Jesus for protection and put your faith (trust) in Jesus Christ.

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Here is a shorter interview with Rabbi Jonathan Cahn ont he Sid Roth show.

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When we ask the Lord, in Jesus Christ’s name, He assures us with His peace and understanding. If for any reason you question your salvation, go to a quiet place, alone, and talk to Jesus. Repent of your sins and commit your life to Him. Then go to a bible believing church and get baptized.

He is faithful! He always listens and always responds!

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May God Bless You and keep you safe from the evil one!

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5 Responses to The judgements of God on America are coming–Isaiah 9:10 prophecy!

  1. ministry says:

    Lynn, Thank-you. I couldn’t have said it better and agree entirely. Don’t forget that the wrath will be coming upon all of these institutions and all those who are involved with and/or support them. There is where the true tragedy is going to be. All those souls just doing what they believe to be the right thing, financially supporting “the 501c3, purpose driven church”, getting caught up in the judgement! Simply because they were attached and were supporters.

    The call of God is clear today. “Come out of Her”!

    God Bless,
    Pastor Thomas

  2. Lynn says:

    All you have to do is read your Bible starting with a clean “non-denominational” slate and ask the Holy Spirit of Truth to reveal the obvious to you: That the United Corporate owned States of America are the “Babylon” spoken of in double prophecies by Jeremiah in Chpt 50 and 51 as well as Isaiah in Chpts 13 and 47 (double prophecies both for that time and a future time). Also Mystery Babylon is both religious Babylon (the Whore that rides the 501c3 Govt Beast “churches” in America) as well as economical and physical America in Revelation Chpts 17 & 18. I was able to ascertain this truth as a green as can be, still wet behind the ears, baby Christian with absolutely no previous knowledge, (certainly not from attending 501c3 “church), just from reading the book of Revelation nearly 20 years ago. Later on, reading the chapters mentioned above in Jeremiah and Isaiah confirmed what I already knew. This country will be completely destroyed by God in ONE HOUR as a well deserved judgment. Anyone who doesn’t see this is willfully blind and in denial. There is no other nation on earth other than the USA that can be the one described in Isaiah 47, Jeremiah 50, 51 and Revelation 18. The reason “pastors” don’t preach on end time subjects is because they are 501c3 hirelings taught by Rockefeller owned Bible seminaries. These are owned by the money changers just like our so called “media” which controls our minds if we watch their propaganda. God appoints shepherds as HE sees fit and few if any of them have a fancy theological degree on their wall. “Men of high degree are a lie.” Psalm 62:9 “You need NO MAN to teach you. The Holy Spirit will teach you.” 1 John 2:27

  3. Patrick Torres says:

    America’s Judgement?  I am not so sure I see it quite the same way. 

    Please forgive me if I am off base here.  I think I clearly understand the special relationship God, through His Son, has with christians. But it is different from His relationship with Israel.  In fact, Jesus claimed his mission on earth was not to the gentiles, but to the lost tribes of Israel. The Law was not given to the Gentiles.  That is crystal clear. We, as gentiles, were grafted in because of Jesus sacrifice, upon Israel’s refusal and Paul’s ministry.  Although we have our role and position in God through Christ, let’s not think of ourselves as higher that we ought. 

    The purpose of the tribulation is primarily for the salvation of Israel.  I also know that those who bless Israel will be blessed, and those who curse Israel will be cursed. Christians are not spiritual Israel. Our identity is flawed if we think so. We have a new and special relationship with the Father….through the Grace and Mercy afforded us through His Son….that, and only that.

     It is for this reason I cannot help but believe that the judgement on America is primarily because of our treatment of Israel.  America, and Christians live under a covering of Grace that is not necessarily the same as with Israel. God’s grace is the same, but the distribution is different. Our sin is disgusting to God of course.  But our judgement will be in relation to our treatment of God’s firstborn, Israel, first and foremost. Jesus will be our judge for all else. God alone will judge Israel.

    I have a problem relating bible passages that seem clearly for Israel, to Christianity.  There is a spiritual connection, but not a literal one.  But christians try to insert their identity into these verses and it just doesn’t seem to fit like it does towards Israel. Sometimes we are real busybodies.

    I fear a “spiritual pride” in inserting christianity into the affairs of God with Israel. He has a purpose….let’s not get in the way.  We live as believers in His Son…despite our shortcomings.  But the nation of Israel has rejected His Son.  America reenforces it with our behavior, but Israel is still held accountable separately. And America separately. Rectifying the issues God has with Israel is the real purpose of the tribulation and judgement.

    Let’s be sober minded and be aware of our correct place in the “grafted in” family of God. Jesus is our husband and will deal with us accordingly.  God will not get in His way.  The Father has business with Israel.  Let’s not get in God’s way.  We have our own issues….did we live according to the path of Jesus as we claim we do?  That is our only concern…it is a separate issue from the one God has with Israel.  God will not put up with Sin. That is clear. And neither will His Son. The sins of America is the true sin of pride and we will be dealt with because of it.  We obtained mercy and adoption and we abused it. We will answer to that.

    That is our issue.  Israel missed the Son altogether.  That is theirs.  Again, that is the purpose of the great tribulation.  We don’t have any place in that. Our judgement will come at the end of history in relation to the Son. America’s current judgement is a natural outcome of our sin and pride…a special judgement that cannot be identified as the same judgement of God specified in the bible towards Israel.

    Although I rambled with this thought, what think you?*

  4. J. Bourne says:

    Isaiah 9 pertains primarily to Ephraim. It will be worth your time to check out http://www.triumphpro.com/heraldic-emblems-of-us.pdf

  5. Nicole at Home says:

    My fiancee and I are convinced God’s judgements will be poured out r-e-a-l soon!

    But here’s my question and I hope a lot of you will jump in here.

    Why aren’t the pastors sounding the alarm? I don’t get it. We tried to talk to our pastor about this and He just stood there like a statue-speechless. We thought it was a good question top ask our pastor. Do most pastors have their head in the sand like ours?

    Gods Blessings to each of you.

    Nicole (soon to be Mrs. Simone

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