As Christians, we use the term prophet cautiously because of how many false prophets there are and have been. Prophecy is not necessarily about predicting the future, but about speaking from God to national leaders and to the people of the nations. In my opinion, if you have to label yourself a prophet then you are not a prophet. Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Amos, Zechariah, Jonah, Samuel and all of the other prophets of God from Israel did not choose to be prophets; instead God called them to speak on His behalf.
In the days of the Old Testament, God’s prophets bravely proclaimed the Word of God to the lands in which they lived, calling for repentance and a return to God. In the crazy world we live in, and in America where the war against God is gaining momentum, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn was invited to speak on Capitol Hill as well as the United Nations this past week. He is the author of The Harbinger and The Mystery of the Shemitah. I believe that this man has the anointing of the Holy Spirit as a prophet for our nation and our world. Pray as you watch, test his message by the Scriptures (John 1:1) and open your heart to the working of the Holy Spirit.
4/17/15: Jonathan Cahn at the UN
4/29/15: Jonathan Cahn on Capitol Hill
And one of the best Presidential Inaugural Breakfast speeches I have ever heard: