In the first half, historian and expert in ancient mysteries, Jonathan Cahn, presented his latest work which proposes that a master blueprint or paradigm from ancient times reveals the events and specific leaders of recent times in America. He believes that current events are mirroring biblical days of around 3,000 years ago in Israel. King Ahab and Queen Jezebel, were rulers in ancient Israel, and were said to fall away from the Judaic God, and worship Baal, the god of Jezebel's people, and according to Cahn, they were practitioners of child sacrifice.
Cahn sees this replayed with Bill and Hillary Clinton, who followed the paradigm of Ahab and Jezebel (he equates the Clinton's pro-abortion stand to child sacrifice). Like Ahab, Bill Clinton was embroiled in scandal, and like Jezebel, Hillary venerated female power, and both moved away from traditional values, he suggested. Cahn also spoke about how "The Warrior," King Jehu, who ousted Ahab, echoes the rise of Donald Trump-- both men were outsiders to the main power structure. The entire paradigm, he added, is a warning to a nation that is heading into judgment.
Dr. Mary Neal is a board-certified orthopedic spine surgeon who drowned while kayaking on a South American river. She experienced life-after-death, a heavenly realm, and God's all-encompassing love. In the second half, she discussed some of her perceptions and lessons she learned in the experience. Even more glorious than the deceased loved ones who greeted her, were the angels, she said-- they were wearing gowns almost woven with "fibers of love" and communicated via energy rather than normal conversation.
One of the interesting things about her near-death experience (NDE) was her vivid recall of every detail-- the events seemed to remain in her mind in a way that was much more indelible than a normal memory. Her sense of time was greatly extended during the NDE. "It's as though all of life is encapsulated into a single moment," she explained, "but similarly, a single moment expands to include all of time." One of the lessons she learned in her "life review" was that when you truly understand another person, forgiveness comes naturally and is not something you have to work at.