Whistleblower - Renewal
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VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER: For a limited time, renew your Whistleblower subscription for one year and you'll get $25 off (pay $24.95 instead of the usual $49.95), plus you'll receive two extraordinary free gifts:
First, you'll get the mysterious and inspiring new film documentary, “The Rabbi Who Found Messiah,” released by WND Films.
A prediction of a world leader's death, a vision of the Messiah, a religious legacy overturned … make for an unmatched true-life thriller.
See the shocking story that a confounded media have ignored and covered up.
In the fall of 2005, the most famous Rabbi in Israel's modern history, 108-year-old Yitzhak Kaduri, announced on Yom Kippur that he had seen the Messiah of Israel in a vision. He insisted that the Messiah would not come until a prominent Israeli figurehead was dead. But why?
To add to the intrigue, Rabbi Kaduri wrote down the Messiah's name and ordered the note to be sealed and secured and not to be opened until one year after his death. Within a few short weeks the Israeli leader had a stroke and lapsed into a coma. A few weeks after that Rabbi Kaduri died.
A year passed. The note was opened. Kaduri's revelation of the name of the Messiah shook the religious world. Israel’s most venerated Rabbi declared that Yehoshua (Jesus) is the name of the true Messiah.
Why would Rabbi Kaduri put his lifelong reputation and legacy in jeopardy? Why would he proclaim that Messiah would not come until a certain renowned leader of Israel was dead? What does all this mean for the Jewish nation today? What does this mean for you?
Find out in this WND Films documentary, “The Rabbi Who Found Messiah: The Story of Yitzhak Kaduri and His Prophecies of the Endtimes,” base on the book of the same name by author Carl Gallups.
Renowned messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, New York Times No. 1 bestselling author of “The Harbinger,” appears in this movie giving amazing insight into the Jewish mind, Hebrew messianic expectations and the profound nature of Rabbi Kaduri's amazing pronouncement.
Did the elderly, revered Rabbi actually have a vision from God? Did he really see the Messiah who is soon to come?
The story is shocking, it's true – and it is still unfolding today. (A $19.99 value, yours FREE when you subscribe to Whistleblower!)
Second, you'll also receive one of our best Whistleblower special reports ever: "FINDING TRUE HAPPINESS IN AN INSANE WORLD."
Long the freest, wealthiest and happiest nation on earth, America has become the scene of wall-to-wall conflict and polarization, anxiety and depression, anger and violence, and – if you go to Washington, D.C. – subversion and tyranny.
This special Whistleblower edition not only explores these questions in-depth, but manages to shine a bright light on some life-changing answers.
"FINDING TRUE HAPPINESS IN AN INSANE WORLD" is an inspiring, challenging and cutting-edge exploration of what brings true happiness, wholeness and even holiness in a world that seems to be racing in the opposite direction.
"Faith, joy, hope, happiness – many of us have grown so doubtful and cynical in this godless era that we question whether these wonderful things even exist, let alone whether we can have them ourselves," says WND Managing Editor David Kupelian. "This issue of Whistleblower explores these issues in a refreshing and helpful way." (A $7.50 value – FREE when you subscribe!)
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