Wicked Commentary


As ancient Israel turns it back on God the prophet Ezekiel has visions of what will lead to the nation’s demise.  He sees all kind of abominations that are unpleasing to God. Self love and dark deeds. Women “weeping for Tammuz” and engaged in sorceresses, lewdness, and participating in rites of an idol later identified as Adonis.

Ezekiel saw men worshiping the sun which was the god of eastern idolaters and worst of all worship of the creature over God’s creation.

Ezekiel then witnessed the final affront to God. Violence in the land, defiance of God and the celebration of Bacchus. The Israelite had been constantly warned by the prophets that God would not have pity on them or hear their cries. Judgment was due and it was delivered.

The watchmen on the wall sounded the warning, but it went unheeded. The northern kingdom consisting of  10 tribes; Reuben; Simeon; Zebulon; Issachar; Dan; Asher; Gad; Naphtali; Ephraim and Manasseh,  became captives of the Syrians who were chosen as the rod of judgment. Instead of heeding the warning, they were defiant and arrogant of heart.

Four times in Isaiah 9:8-10, Israel was accused, and four times they received the judgments for not heeding the warnings.

The Israelite’ leaders continued to speak in defiance and arrogance of heart: “We will build and we will replace” inferring that they would be larger and stronger. (No mention of turning to God). As a result devastation fell upon the southern kingdom consisting of Judah and Benjamin and the scattering of the nation began.

Part I

Isaiah 9:10 “The bricks have fallen down, but we will build with hewn stones: the sycamores are cut down, but we will change them into cedars.”

As we saw in our prelude the consequences of Israel’s disobedience and rebellion were severe, God lifted his protective covering over their nation. America is heading down the same path.

In July of 2005, a Messianic Jewish Rabbi, Jonathan Cahn was given an understanding of what Isaiah  the prophet was trying to convey in Chapter 9. His message before his Messianic Congregation contained parts which could only be understood from the prospective of the near future events.

Tuesday, September 11, 2001’s attack on the Twin Towers was surreal made worse by the medium of television. Who can ever forget seeing the people jumping from the buildings?

Rabbi Cahn describes the 9 harbingers of judgment that America is experiencing and how they are comparable to Israel’s demise.  His insights are scary to say the least and should serve as a warning to our nation.

 1. The Ashes of Bricks

 The news media had a field day with every descriptive adjective available trying to portray the extent of the tragedy.

Fire, smoke, dust, ashes and the smell of death permeated the area of mass destruction. This event surpassed the death toll of the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941.

All of the cities destroyed in WWII reveal little of the devastation inflicted upon them, their fallen bricks. The bricks of Ground Zero were reduced to ash and there was little more than dust and metal to recover. Is there a hidden message for America in these fallen bricks?

2. The Woe of the Wills

One day after September 11,2001, the nation waited for a response from out leadership. Senate Majority Leader, Tom Daschle, delivered the following:

“Recorded in the Federal Register, the words of Senator Daschle for the Joint Resolution of Condemnation for the attacks the morning of September 12th, 2001 can be read as they had been spoken:

Tom Daschle

“Mr. President, it is with pain, sorrow, anger, and resolve that I stand before this Senate, a symbol for 212 years of the strength of our democracy, and say that America will emerge from this tragedy, as we have emerged from all adversity, united and strong…

…The world should know that the Members of both parties in both Houses stand united. The full resources of our Government will be brought to bear in aiding the search and rescue and in hunting down those responsible and those who may have aided or harbored them.

Nothing, nothing can replace the losses that were suffered. I know there is only the smallest measure of inspiration that can be taken from this devastation. But there is a passage in the Bible, from Isaiah, that I think speaks to all of us at times such as this:

The bricks have fallen down, but we will rebuild with dressed stone; the fig trees have been felled, but we will replace them with cedars.

That is what we will do. We will rebuild and we will recover. The people of America will stand strong together because the people of America have always stood together. And those of us privileged to serve this great Nation will stand with you.”

(No mention of God)

3. The Arrogance of Defiance

Mayor of NYC, Rudy Giuliani stated “We will rebuild: We’re going to come out of this stronger than before. The whole skyline will be whole again.”

(No mention of God)

The Freedom Tower

“Rising from its square base — which will be constructed of impermeable concrete and steel — the redesigned Freedom Tower will taper into eight tall isosceles triangles, forming a perfect octagon at its center. An observation deck will be located 1,362 feet above ground and there will be a square glass parapet at 1,368 feet, the heights of the original Twin Towers. From these, an illuminated spire containing a television antenna will rise to a last height of 1,776 feet.”

  4. Quarried Not, Brick The Freedom Stone

The first stone to be used in the construction of the 1,176 ft. Freedom Tower was hew from New York granite and lowered by crane in a ceremony on July 4, 2004. Governor George Pataki of New York presided:

“Today is indeed, a momentous day. Today we take 20 tons of Adirondack granite – the bedrock of our State – and place it as the foundation, the bedrock of a new symbol of American strength and confidence. Today, we lay the cornerstone for a new symbol of this city and this country and of our resolve in the face of terror. Today we build the Freedom Tower.”

The stone was going to be used for the cornerstone, but was removed on June 23, 2006 purportedly for  design defects. It’s sitting on a lot on Long Island.

References:  http://www.etpv.org/2009/911-8h.html


Ezekiel 33:1-6

…To be continued with Part II












Comments on: "America’s Destiny- 9 Harbingers of Judgement Part I by Willibeaux, Contributor" (33)

  1. Beaux,

    Very good! Now you’ve got me anxious to read the rest of what’s to come!


  2. Willibeaux my compliments on your post. Pepp and goshawk, my compliments on having this posted on your site. This is important to think about and reflect upon.

    As to the substance – wouldn’t you think that humanoids would learn from history? Even if one is not a Believer, the Word is a great historical document. To say it is sad is an understatement.


    • Mrs.Al,

      Even though millions of human beings have died by the hands of Dictators. “Humanoids” in general, never seem to learn. There always seems to remain a segment of humans that “insist” that societies should exist and operate as a “collective” using an Ant Colony as it’s model. Which is the only true and working form of Communism!

      Of course the people who have this distorted view of Humankind, picture themselves as the head and leaders of the Colony, collecting huge rewards from the peoples labor and by taking and controlling the Natural resources of a country, and eventually the world.


      • Hawk,
        I don’t remember who coined the phrase but the following is absolutely true:

        “at the end of ever leftist’s rainbow is a mass grave”


        • Hardnox,

          I’ve not heard that phrase before. But I think that it is very true, because in every single case where people have become mesmerized by a smooth talking leader, that believes in Communism, and have pursued that “Dream” of a perfect “Utopia.” Has always ended in complete destruction and millions put to death.


    • willibeaux said:

      Thank you Mrs. Al! I saw this Rabbi on TV and he really caught my attention. He goes into more detail.


  3. privbullright said:


    Very good. Excellent insight. A lot to think about. And now events around Damascus are concerning. When I heard the mayor talking about banning clergy prayers from the anniversary, it sent chills up my back. One thing we see today is a lot of arrogance. And it seems anyone who mentions the parallels is mocked.


  4. Willibeaux,
    Nicely done! I look forward to part II.


  5. My heart is actually pounding!! When I opened up my email this a.m. & saw this post! The last month I have actually just learned about the 9 Harbingers, have been taking notes as I have been watching Rabbi Cahn doing specials on this topic on TV !! It makes you get up off your chair it is so chilling! I’m going to get his book also!! Willibeaux, what a fantastic article you have written here. I am indeed a Believer so all of it is believable to me as I know God does give warnings. Thank you so much for posting & a big “Welcome” !


    • willibeaux said:

      Thank you for your kind words Lambchop. Rabbi Cahn really lays it on the line with his TV presentations. I made a DVD of it. I’d be pleased to send you a copy. Give your address to Mrs.Pepper’awk if you would like to have a copy.
      Thanks again.


  6. privbullright said:


    Great article. This is definately not “sugar plums dancing in your head”. Very thought provoking.


    • willibeaux said:

      Thanks Bull! I know I’m preaching to the choir.


      • Not necessarily … never know who might pop by to read this and begin to ask themselves some questions. That’s the beauty of the blogosphere.


        • Mrs. AL,

          How right you are. I get emails from people who are reading some of my stuff on here, but they don’t comment. It’s amazing to think you have people in the background who are reading your blog you didn’t even know about. So lots of people could be reading this article we don’t even know. That is the beauty of blogging as you put it.


      • privbullright said:

        Willi, I did it again. [Dummy, strike 2] I wouldn’t say its just preaching to the chorus thouh, either. If more people paid atention, or listened, we would be a lot better off. I’ve been watchg what is happening in Damascus. We shouldn’t overlook the obvious parallels. Even the Pharoah was disturbed enough to have his dream interpreted. (which ended up helping the peopele) I just wonder how many are thinking about and payng attention to what is going on.


  7. Willibeaux

    Great post. I can’t wait for part 2 to come.

    I found part 1 by Jonathan Cann on line, I hope it’s the same as the one you watched on TV.


  8. Davetherave said:


    Excellent post! Indeed very informative. God has blessed our nation for so long, because our nation was founded upon Christianity. To look upon our nation today, it looks to me like it now follows Satan and his evil ways. One has to ask, “Why would God continue to bless and protect our country now that we are headed down a path with our back turned to God?”


    • willibeaux said:

      Thanks Dave! You are so right about the blessings that we have received from God. If the Bible believing churches don’t wake up and exhort their members to start heeding God’s admonishments in 2 Chronicles 7:14, we are heading for the ash heap of history.

      Wake up up America before it’s too late.


  9. Damn good post,Willi. No matter what had happened,the unspeakable tragedy of that attack on our nation,and citizens,not ONE of these cowardly schmucks who pass as “leaders” would dare invoke the name of God. Quite telling.


  10. willibeaux said:

    There is a minor correction in Daschle’s comments.

    The bricks have fallen down, but we will rebuild with dressed stone; (should be the fir trees instead of the fig trees) have been felled, but we will replace them with cedars.


  11. Willibeaux,

    Great article of course and I welcome you as one of our new contributors. It is an honor to have you submit this article.


    • willibeaux said:

      Thanks Mrs. Pepper’awk! Coming from you means a lot to me.

      ‘ooRah! 😉


      • Willibeaux,

        You are most welcome. And besides that you are one my best and dearest friends who helped me through your kindness and understanding while I cried on your shoulder and you gave me hope and prayer to keep going on from day to day after Jeff’s death. It’s an honor to know you Beaux.



  12. Some might want to watch this video as it shows how Obama had planned a long time ago to take Christianity out of our country. Since Christians are under so many attacks now, I thought this video would be appropriate as a friend sent this to me today.


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    • Kant Chandler

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