(Reported by Jennifer Leclaire) You probably didn’t hear of it, but it could have caused an international incident, and it was a major sign of the times. Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and over 400 other believers were thrown off the Temple Mount a week before Thanksgiving for a shocking reason: mentioning the word “temple.” The Temple Mount is the center of Jerusalem, the center of Israel, the center of the world. It’s the center of the center of the center—biblically,

historically, and prophetically. In the Bible, it was the site of God’s House, the place where His glory rested. In the kingdom of God, it will be the place of His throne, from where Messiah will reign. That, says Cahn, author of The Book of Mysteries and The Harbinger, makes it the center of warfare, the most contested ground on earth, physically and spiritually. In that context, the sudden eviction is not all that surprising. CONTINUE