You folks doing the name calling demonstrate clearly what kind of person you are. I’d bet my a$$, to a person, none of you have even met Hagee, let alone know the man intimately enough to pass public judgement. But, that’s the kind of folks you are apparently. Nothing better to do than try to muddy up the waters for others. Or, maybe thats your job, huh?
While I haven't been able to confirm Hagee's facts, this book has an interesting premise. I had not heard of the upcoming four blood moons and their significance to the nation of Israel. Essentially, the premise is that when there have been four blood moons that corresponded to significant Jewish holiday and with a full eclipse of the moon somewhere within the sequence of the blood moons, there has been some event of great significance to Israel that has occurred. This particular combination of events is apparently quite rare.
“America stands at the crossroads. Our destiny as a nation hangs in the balance. America’s hope for survival is the anointed preaching of the gospel with such force that the chains of drug addiction, AIDS, Satanism, homosexuality, pornography, divorce and drunkenness are broken” explained Dr. Hagee. He believes that the most effective way to reach America and the world is through the most powerful communications weapon ever known to man … television.

Beginning of the End shows surprising restraint, avoiding extreme speculation and date-setting. Nonetheless, it does feed the fire of a popular but problematic style of newspaper eschatology that often distracts Christians from a more serious and profitable study of God’s Word. The biggest concern that this book raises for the body of Christ, however, is that it adds to the popularity of a man who in other places espouses such seriously errant views as positive confession, guaranteed prosperity, salvation for the Jews apart from faith in Christ, and utter condemnation for those who disagree with his dispensational view of the relationship between Israel and the church.

The difference between astrology and astronomy is that astrology is a false science. Astrology leads to the worship of the stars. Astronomy is the study of the stars by which sailors have been crossing the ocean for centuries. It is a specific science that has great value to the planet. The bible says, God speaking, that he calls the stars by name. So there’s a difference between worshiping the stars and worshiping the god who created the stars. An entirely different thing.
Over the last 500 years, blood-red moons have fallen on the first day of Passover three separate times. These occurrences were connected to some of the most significant days in Jewish history: 1492 (the final year of the Spanish Inquisition when Jews were expelled from Spain), 1948 (statehood for Israel and the War of Independence) and 1967 (the Six-Day War). The next series of four blood moons occurs at Passover and Sukkot in 2014 and 2015.
QUESTION: Is the Dollar set to collapse on July 1, 2014?  Collapsing Currency – Snopes.com is not a very reliable source, Many times, Snopes reinforces whatever the government/Corporate Media line is– but they usually have a good overview of the situation.  Will H.R 2847 eventually be used to collapse the dollar?  It very likely could be.  But when it happens, there will be no warning.  Readers won’t be getting emails about it happening in order to sell something.
I find it interesting there were three huge events that took place BEFORE each of the tetrad of blood moons. Therefore, maybe we should be paying attention that something very significant could take place before the completion of these blood moons as well.(You have admitted something very significant took place Before these four blood moons were completed in the past.)
Hagee is a compelling writer (far more than Biltz's Blood Moons book), and at times his enthusiasm is contagious. But despite his insistence that this work is based on Scripture, he has two glaring errors: (1) the Scriptures he notes have additional signs as well (such as the stars going dark) for which he does not account, and (2) nowhere does Scripture say that four consecutive lunar eclipses is significant--this is an occurrence he has decided must have importance due to its rarity. Furthermore, the Joel 2 and Revelation 6 prophecies seem to be speaking of a singular event, not a recurring event.
Answer these three questions and the reader will go a long way to figuring out who the coming first and second beast systems of Revelation 13 are.  More importantly, they will go a long way to putting the puzzle together of the relationship between the first and second beast systems, the whore of Babylon Church, Babylon the Great, what the Bible declares will happen, events which are currently taking place and events in the past.

Born April 12, 1940, in Baytown, Texas to Rev. and Mrs. B. Hagee, John C. Hagee distinguished himself academically as a member of the National Honor Society. He was the winner of the American Legion Award given to the most outstanding student in his graduating class. Pastor Hagee was also a four-sport letterman from the seventh grade until High School graduation. At the age of seventeen, John Hagee gave his life to the Lord and surrendered to the call to preach the gospel. His personal desire to be an attorney ended when he felt and headed the call of God to the ministry and followed in the tradition of his father and grandfathers.
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