I noticed on YouTube an excerpt from The Return on September 26th of Jonathan Cahn’s call for revival as a prophetic word to America. If you watch it, look for what he does with the pottery, notice the response of thunder and embrace the urgency of his appeal.

Jonathan Cahn, Prophetic Word to America

What I found impressive was Rabbi Cahn’s concern for lives that should matter, but lives that we have thrown away through our misguided, toxic self-righteousness.

And if you say, ‘black lives matter’, we agree, surely they do, but how do you say, ‘black lives matter’, and say nothing of all the black lives killed in this land before they could even breathe their first breath. How can you be silent before the shed blood of millions of black sons and daughters? How do you not protest all the abortion clinics strategically placed in black neighborhoods for the purpose of destroying black lives? None of these ones can speak the words, ‘black lives matter’, because their lives did not, but if they could, if they could speak, they would ask, ‘Why did our black lives not matter?”

Jonathan Cahn, The Return, September 26, 2020. Starting about 12:30 in the video linked above.
BLM and cross out – graffiti found in the forest preserve near Northbrook, Illinois.

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

2 thoughts on “Revival”

  1. Do you live in or around Northbrook? I spent my high school and college years in Northfield, right around the corner.

    So many lives lost because people didn’t want to face the consequences of their actions.

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