Jonathan Cahn’s Newest Book ‘The Oracle’ Opens an Epic Odyssey to Unlock the Greatest Mysteries of Our Time

Jonathan Cahn’s Newest Book ‘The Oracle’ Opens an Epic Odyssey to Unlock the Greatest Mysteries of Our Time

‘The Oracle’ Provides These Answers, Unlocks the Ancient Mysteries Behind Life, World History, Current Events—and Even Donald Trump!—in Cahn’s Exciting New Book Releasing Sept. 3

NEW YORKThroughout his much-anticipated, soon-to-be-released book, The Oracle: The Jubilean Mysteries Unveiled,” New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Cahn tells the story of a traveler who is searching for answers on his way to a man known as “the Oracle.”

Through a unique, conversational style of storytelling, Cahn allows readers to be part of the dialogue between the traveler and “the Oracle,” who seeks to open up the ancient Jubilean mysteries that lie behind the events of our world, the leaders of our times and the course of our lives.

In fact, “The Oracle” opens a mystery to the traveler that is so big, it has determined everything from the rise and fall of world empires and two world wars to current events, end-time prophecy and much more. Cahn, also the author of the wildly successful best-sellers “The Harbinger,” “The Paradigm” and “The Book of Mysteries,” is preparing to release this newest, groundbreaking book on Sept. 3.

“Ultimately, in addition to the mysteries that are revealed that have significant impact on our world today, the traveler discovers that this world is not our home forever—because it isn’t home,” Cahn said. “No matter how long we live in it, and no matter how familiar it becomes, ours heart can never be fully at peace within it. How can we feel at home in a world of sorrows and pains and fears and rejections and broken dreams and tears and heartbreaks and losses and failures and sins and shame and evil and emptiness? We can never feel at home in this world or this life because it’s not our inheritance. It’s not our land. And it’s not what we were created for. That’s why we sense that there’s always something missing—because it is. That’s why we’re always longing for something more and searching for something better—for the good, the perfect, the pure, the right, the true, and the beautiful. And at the center of the mystery is redemption.”

As with “The Harbinger” and “The Book of Mysteries,” Cahn reveals the mysteries through a narrative; a traveler is given seven keys, each opening one of seven doors. Readers are taken on a journey through each door to uncover the ancient secrets that lie behind the world‐changing events of modern times, as the traveler discovers “The Mysteries of the Stranger,” “The Lost City,” “The Man with the Measuring Line,” “The Day of the Lions” and more behind each door and down the seven streams of the Jubilean mysteries.

“Who is it that the Jubilee is for?” Cahn continued. “It’s for the exiled, the separated, the broken, the fallen, the one who was lost. So to a world separated from God, a world of fallen lives and broken people, what is the Jubilee? It’s the ending of the separation. It’s the love of God reaching out to those in exile—to restore the broken, to raise up the fallen, to bring back the lost. Redemption is the missing piece.”

Jonathan Cahn caused a worldwide stir with the release of the New York Times best-seller, “The Harbinger” and then “The Mystery of the Shemitah,” “The Book of Mysteries” and “The Paradigm.” He has addressed members of Congress, spoken at the United Nations and was named, along with Billy Graham and Keith Greene, one of the top 40 spiritual leaders of the past 40 years “who radically changed our world.” He is known as a prophetic voice in this generation and for the opening up of the deep mysteries of God. Cahn leads Hope of the World, bringing God’s Word to the nations and help to the world’s most needy, and his worship center, Beth Israel/the Jerusalem Center in Wayne, New Jersey. His ministry can be contacted at HopeoftheWorld.org and Jonathan Cahn Facebook.

For more information on “The Oracle,” visit TheOracleIsComing.com. “The Oracle” is published by FrontLine, an imprint of Charisma House.

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