Thursday, August 20, 2015

Could a Shemitah Judgment Involve a Shaking of the U.S. Supreme Court?

U. S. Supreme Court Building with facade
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Remember that author Jonathan Cahn wrote his book, The Mystery of the Shemitah, in or prior to 2014. The book was published in 2014 and I know that the publishing process takes a while.

Remember also the things that have transpired in America and the world since then.

The twentieth item (page 242) on Jonathan Cahn's list of manifestations America can expect should a Shemitah judgment take place is this:

"The judgment will cast down the objects of America's pride and glory."

What are objects of America's pride and glory? (Tweet that!

When I read this, I think of: Gay pride.

Since the book has come out, Gay pride is on the rise. The Supreme Court of the United States effectively legalized same-sex marriage across the nation on June 26, 2015.

It was also the Supreme Court of the Untied States that legalized abortion on January 22, 1973.

America has proudly called abortion "a women's right to choose."

But everyone with a brain and a willingness to think even a little knows this is the killing of a human baby. For those who were not willing to think, the recent disclosures via videos of Planned Parenthood officials harvesting, selling, and profiting from human body parts from dismembered babies clearly shows the hideousness of what is going on in the abortion clinics of America and the world.

When a shaking from a Shemitah judgment comes – and don't forget that one of the meanings of the word "shemitah" is "shaking" -- I would not be surprised if it shakes the building of the United States Supreme Court. (Tweet that!) Besides a physical shaking of the actual building, I can imagine a more symbolic shaking as in a "shake up" of  those Justices who sit on the U.S. Supreme Court.

Would not turnabout be fair play? The judgments of the U.S. Supreme Court has certainly shaken America. (Tweet that!

Around the top of the building of the U.S. Supreme Court, etched in its stone, is a mural of Moses holding the tablets of the Ten Commandments which where etched by the finger of God.

If you know the story, when Moses returned from the top of the mountain where God gave him the Ten Commandments written in stone, Moses found the people of Israel engaging in every sinful indulgence. They were breaking God's Law is so many ways. In his complete frustration with unrepentant sinners, Moses threw the tablets down, literally breaking to pieces the stone tables of God's Law.

Perhaps God will throw down the United States Supreme Court Building, or its etched facade, since it has made a mockery of God's Law and allowed the people of the United States to "legally" by man's law, engage in every sinful indulgence. (Tweet that!

Is not America's "freedom" and justice system an object of America's pride and glory? (Tweet that!) I put the word "freedom" in quotation marks because our freedom is not, as many people seem to think today, an ability to do whatever we please. Instead, American freedom was intended to allow people to do whatever is RIGHT – and the standard of "right" is what is right in God's sight, that is, the One True God of the Bible. (Tweet that!)

Finally, if a Shemitah judgment will cast down the objects of America’s pride and glory, do we not call America’s flag "Old Glory"?  (Tweet that!

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