Why did you write The Book of Mysteries?

God is amazing and His amazingness is without end. The Bible is filled with wonder, mysteries and life-changing revelations. The Book of Mysteries is the opening up, decoding and revealing of many of these mysteries. There are many of them that, as far as we know, are opened up in the book for the first time.


With your first two books, The Harbinger and The Mystery of Shemitah, as New York Times best-sellers, do you feel pressure to perform?

I’ve been amazed by what has happened with The Harbinger and The Mystery of the Shemitah, but I never wrote them to be best-sellers. I wrote them to do God’s will and to share what He would have me share – so too with The Book of Mysteries. The Harbinger and The Mystery of the Shemitah are each the opening up of a mystery. The Book of Mysteries is the opening up of hundreds of mysteries. So there’s a definite connection between all of them. At the same time the mysteries opened up in The Book of Mysteries are of every realm and kind.


What kinds of mysteries are contained in The Book of Mysteries?

Mysteries of every kind . . . mysteries of the end times, mysteries of eternity, mysteries of the bride and the groom, mysteries of God’s love, mysteries of the holy days and the appointed times, the master plan behind history, mysteries of Eden, mysteries from ancient times that are affecting the world right now.


Give us a sample of some of the specific mysteries or titles in the book.

The Portal, The Seven Mysteries of Your Life, The Mystery of the Second Scroll, Entering the Heavenly Dimension, The Mystery of the Secret Angels, Living From the Future, Heaven’s Womb, How to Alter Your Past, The Fourth Creature, and much more. Many of the mysteries stand entirely on their own. Others are part of a stream of mysteries that grow and develop or come together as puzzle pieces through the course of the book.


Talk about the writing style of The Book of Mysteries.

In The Harbinger I was led to open up prophetic truths through a narrative, a story, to make it easier to receive the depth of what was being unveiled. In the same way, the revelations in The Book of Mysteries are opened through a narrative. A man journeys into the desert where he meets a man simply known as the teacher. The teacher takes the man on a one-year journey, through desert plains, mountains, caverns, tent villages and mystery-filled chambers. So the reader is, likewise, taken along the journey. Every day the teacher opens up a new mystery, a new lesson, a new revelation.


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About The Author

Jonathan Cahn leads Hope of the World, an outreach dedicated to spreading the word of God through television, radio, shortwave, and more, and through projects of compassion to the world’s poorest. Jonathan also leads the Jerusalem Center (& Beth Israel) a worship center made up of Jew and Gentile–people of all nations–in Wayne, New Jersey, outside New York City.