What they’re saying about ‘Isaiah 9:10 Judgment’

The accolades for the No. 1 faith movie in America for the last 30 weeks continue to pour in from members of Congress to movie stars to war heroes.

One of the latest endorsements for “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” the WND Film based on the discoveries of messianic rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of the New York Times bestseller “The Harbinger,” comes from the star of the new hit movie “Last Ounce of Courage.”

Marshall Teague, who plays the mayor of a town who fights back against religious intolerance in the movie, had this to say: “‘The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment’ is a chillingly compelling look into biblical history in the midst of repeating itself. Information presented to viewers eludes the most skeptical from ignoring a link between the past and present littered throughout our political chains. To falter in our faith and mockingly rise in the tide of self-importance will hasten the prophecy of Isaiah 9:10.”

Likewise, former U.S. Sen. Jeremiah Denton, a retired admiral and the author of “When Hell Was in Session,” which describes his ordeal as the Vietnam prisoner of war held captive longer than any other, had this to say about “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment”: “Isaiah’s historic efforts to curb the defection of the Hebrews from the dictates of the God of Abraham parallels what’s happening in America today – with the abandonment of fundamental principles upon which the United States was founded, including the principle stated in the Declaration of Independence, that our citizens are ‘endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights.’ Every time the Jews disobeyed God, they suffered. Disaster would be America’s punishment as well.”

“The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment” is the stunning documentary revealing the striking parallels between the fall of ancient Israel and God’s early judgments of America.

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