America’s Growing Apostasy :: By Greg May

A recent article in the ORLANDO SENTINEL explained how Christian private schools in the state of Florida who believe the Word of God and condemn homosexuality receive grants from the state. Leave it to the ORLANDO SENTINEL to bring this to the public’s attention – now LGBTQ activists are screaming discrimination.

Warning comes before judgment but our nation doesn’t seem to be turning back to God.

According to Jonathan Cahn, there is a biblical pattern to the fall and judgment of a nation or civilization.  In the case of Israel’s northern kingdom, the initial warning came in the form of an enemy strike on the land, which was the Assyrian attack in 732 BC. Then came the window – the period of grace for the nation to turn back to God. But the nation never turned back, and then judgment came. In his book, THE HARBINGER, Cahn reveals that this biblical template is now replaying on American soil beginning with the 9/11 attack. Since then, America has not turned closer to God, and its spiritual and moral fall has accelerated into brazen defiance, following the footsteps of Israel.

At the same time, we’ve been living through another window – Donald Trump’s presidency, which mirrors the biblical template of Jehu, the unlikely and questionable warrior who came to power for the ultimate purpose of slowing down and holding back Israel’s apostasy. This window was also temporary and without revival, giving way to national destruction.

The period of 400 years is of great significance in the Bible. 2020 marks four hundred years from the arrival of the Mayflower at Plymouth Rock and the initial covenant made by those who founded American civilization. Another time period that could also be significant in an ominous way is that of nineteen years: in 605 BC the armies of Babylon invaded Israel. Although this was a temporary and limited invasion or wake-up call, the nation didn’t turn back to God. The full force of judgment came in 586 BC when Israel saw national destruction. The time between the first strike and judgment was nineteen years. Nineteen years from September 11, 2001, is 2020.

Whether or not 2020 proves to be eventful or uneventful, we need to be aware that we are living on borrowed time. As explained in his books, THE HARBINGER and THE PARADIGM, Cahn points out that every biblical template that warns that any nation that so brazenly abandons the God of its foundation is heading toward calamity.

Will we see judgment or revival or both in 2020? Or will this year be the year of that blessed moment that every believer is longing for?

Borders and Boundaries :: by Greg May

A number of years ago I was attending a church service when the visiting evangelist said, “God will punish the state of Florida for not protecting its border.”  Since then Florida has been ravaged by wildfires burning out of control, not to mention an onslaught of hurricanes – including Hurricane Andrew (which devastated Homestead) – the most destructive hurricane ever to hit the state.

God honors the concept of borders and boundaries; He holds us personally accountable for the maintenance of those ‘borders.’  Consider the following examples of biblical border responsibilities:  We are instructed to guard the boundaries of our minds and spirits (Romans 12:1), our bodies (1 Corinthians 6:19-20), the womb (Psalm 139:13), childhood (Matthew 18:6), marriage (Matthew 19:4-6), sexuality (1 Corinthians 6:18), and our allegiance of worship (John 4:24).

Failure to revere these borders brings consequences.

When a nation consistently violates these borders, the Lord brings a curse upon that nation, which manifests itself in the degradation of another important boundary – national border security.  The Lord is God of national and geographic borders.  God not only originated the concept but He declares blessings and curses concerning the matter.

“When the Most High gave nations as their inheritance, when He separated the human race, He set boundaries for the people according to the number of the children of God” (Deuteronomy 32:8).

The ‘separation of the human race’ occurred at the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11).  This was humankind’s first attempt to have a purely globalistic community – a one-world relationship seeking to “reach the gods.” However, God forbade it.  He divided the peoples into nations, each with distinct national borders.

God gave the Children of Israel the Promised Land, and He spelled out the border markers in the passages of Numbers 34:1-15 and Ezekiel 47:13-23.

Walter Cronkite was known as ‘The Most Trusted Man in America’ as he anchored the CBS Evening News for nearly 20 years.  In 1999, Cronkite spoke before the United Nations as he accepted the Norman Cousins Global Governance Award from the World Federalists Association. Cronkite told his audience that the first step toward achieving the goal of a one-world government was to strengthen the United Nations, saying:

“Pat Robertson has written in a book a few years ago that we should have a world government, but only when the Messiah arrives.  He wrote, literally, any attempt to achieve world order before that time must be the work of the devil.  Well, join me.  I’m glad to sit here at the right hand of Satan.”

As our world spirals out of control and our nation turns from God, globalists and world leaders believe they will accomplish their goal.  However, God is the same today as He was when He first set forth His laws and boundaries; and very soon the consequences will be meted out upon an unrepentant world.


Saboteurs. Thomas Horn. Defender Publishing. 2017.