In Astounding Best-Seller ‘The Oracle,’ Jonathan Cahn Introduces the Christians Throughout History Who Have Helped Israel in Significant Ways—1917 and 2017 Were Key

From General Edmund Allenby to Donald Trump, Cahn Reveals the Major Players, as Well as a Precise Mystery That Pinpoints the Timing of World Events

NEW YORKIn his mega-hit The Oracle: The Jubilean Mysteries Unveiled,” New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Cahn not only reveals an amazing, uncanny and eerily precise mystery that pinpoints the timing of world events, but introduces to readers the Christians throughout history who accomplished significant things for Israel.

Readers and reviewers alike can’t stop talking about “The Oracle,”which promises to reveal the “mystery of the ages”—and of Donald Trump, the White House and more. Cahn also opens up ancient mysteries that lie behind the current events and leaders of modern times.

Throughout the best-seller, Cahn introduces these men who played a part in Israel’s history:

General Edmund Allenby—British

Allenby was born into a devout Christian home. From childhood, he was immersed in the stories of the Bible and, in particular, the accounts of the Hebrew Scriptures that his father used to read to him each morning. He learned of the Promised Land and of its heroes, Joshua, David, Elijah. He would remain an avid student of the Bible his entire life. He ended up in the British army, and it was his army that took Jerusalem from the Ottoman Empire in 1917. The Bible student who never wanted a career as a soldier was the vessel through which the ancient prophecies would be brought to their fulfillment.

Arthur Balfour—British

Balfour was a man of deep Christian faith. His encounter with Chaim Weizmann left a lasting impression and a growing conviction concerning the return of the Jewish people to the land. He became the British Foreign Secretary under David Lloyd George and penned the Balfour Declaration in 1917,calling forthe establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.

David Lloyd George—British

George became the Prime Minister of Britain after the government of H.H. Asquith collapsed in December 1916. George’s knowledge of the Bible had predisposed him to the dream of a Jewish homeland in Israel. But it was Weizmann’s impact on George that would be critical in the events that followed.

John Henry Patterson—Irish

Born in Ireland to a Protestant father and a Catholic mother, Patterson grew up with the Bible, reading its accounts of the ancient heroes and warriors of the land. When he was 17, he joined the British Army and eventually formed the Jewish Legion in 1917.

Harry Truman—American

Truman was a student of the Bible, having read it several times through by the age of 14. He knew well the connection of Israel to the land, and he held a deep sympathy for the plight of the Jewish people and their need for a safe refuge. Just as King Cyrus was thrust to the pinnacle of world power to sanction the return of the Jewish people to their land and the nation’s rebirth, so too was Truman thrust to the pinnacle of world power at the exact moment that the second return of Israel was about to begin. Truman’s backing of the future Jewish state was fiercely opposed by his own State Department, which appeared resolved to thwart his will on the matter at every turn. Despite this, he persevered and would be pivotal in the passage of the UN resolution that would bring Israel back into existence. And then, at the moment of Israel’s resurrection, it was because of Truman that America would become the first nation to grant recognition. 

Donald Trump—American

While Truman had been a student of the Bible, you could hardly say that of Trump. In that way, Trump all the more fit the template of Cyrus. Cyrus hadn’t known God and yet was used to fulfill God’s purposes. In March 2017, Trump’s first year as president, he issued a statement from the White House on the occasion of Nowruz, the New Year’s Day of ancient Persia. In his statement, President Trump actually spoke of King Cyrus, saying “Cyrus the Great, a leader of the ancient Persian Empire, famously said that ‘freedom, dignity, and wealth together constitute the greatest happiness of humanity.’” It was not only that the president had issued a public statement in which he spoke of Cyrus, but that he spoke words that had been attributed to the ancient king. In other words, he wasn’t only speaking of Cyrus; he was now speaking as Cyrus.

Charles Warren—British

When Warren returned from England after measuring Jerusalem, he wrote a vision, foreseeing the return of the Jewish people from exile and that their return would lead to the birth of a nation. He envisioned the nation of Israel resurrected from the dead as a Jewish state, and he saw the great powers of Europe involved in its resurrection. He wrote of a future where the land could accommodate millions of Jewish people. And yet even with such numbers, he believed that the new Jewish nation could attain a standard of living equal to that of the most advanced nations. With the return of the Jewish people, he wrote, “and with the blessings of God, the land known to the world as Palestine could again become the ‘land flowing with milk and honey’ as in the days of the Bible.” Warren’s vision was amazingly prophetic—and it would come true. He knew about the biblical prophecies of Israel’s rebirth; it was those prophecies that gave him the confidence to envision what seemed otherwise unimaginable. He penned the first detailed vision and plan for the establishment of a Jewish state in the land of Israel, and it was written over 20 years before a similar vision and plan would be penned by a Jewish hand.

Though what’s revealed in “The Oracle” is real, as with Cahn’s other best-sellers, “The Harbinger” and “The Book of Mysteries,” everything is explained through a narrative, as Cahn takes readers on a journey to find the man called “the Oracle.” One by one, each of the Jubilean mysteries is revealed through the giving of a vision to a traveler. “The Oracle” uncovers the mysteries of The Stranger, The Lost City, The Land of Seven Wells, The Birds, The Number of the End, The Man in the Black Robe, The Prophet’s Song, The Man with the Measuring Line, The Matrix of Years, The Day of the Lions and many more.

Throughout “The Oracle,” readers are taken on a journey of angels and prophetic revelations waiting to be discovered behind each of the seven doors—the ancient secrets that lie behind the world-changing events of modern times—and events that are yet to come.

Jonathan Cahn caused a worldwide stir with the release of his explosive first book, “The Harbinger,” which became an instant New York Times best-seller and brought him to national and international prominence. His next three books were also New York Times best-sellers: “The Mystery of the Shemitah,” “The Book of Mysteries” and “The Paradigm.” He was named, along with Billy Graham and Keith Greene, one of the top 40 spiritual leaders of the past 40 years to have radically impacted the world. Called the prophetic voice of this generation, Cahn is a much-sought-after speaker and has been highlighted in the New York Times as well as in many national and international media. He has spoken on Capitol Hill, at the United Nations and to millions of people around the world. Cahn is known for opening the deep mysteries of Scripture and bringing forth messages of prophetic import. He leads Hope of the World ministry, an international outreach of teaching, evangelism and compassion projects for the world’s most needy. He also leads the Jerusalem Center/Beth Israel, a worship center made up of Jews and Gentiles, people of all backgrounds, just outside New York City in Wayne, New Jersey. His ministry can be contacted at and Jonathan Cahn Facebook.

Visit“The Oracle” is published by FrontLine, an imprint of Charisma House.