Dr. Hagee is the President and C.E.O. of Global Evangelism Television which telecasts his national radio and television ministry carried in America on 120 full power T.V. stations, 110 radio stations, three networks and can be seen weekly in over 92 million homes. John Hagee Ministries is also from coast to coast in Canada in prime time on the Vision Network, in most Third World nations, in Africa, and in Europe. (www.jhm.org/pastor.asp, hard copy on file)
The rider on the white horse is the Anti-Christ. He is a man, not a machine. He is Satan’s demonic messiah (Daniel 8:24). Some have said that the rider on the white horse is Jesus Christ. That is not so. The Greek text in Revelations 6 reveals that the crown worn by the rider on the white horse is called “stephanos,” a crown of victory worn by a military conqueror. The Greek word for the crown that Christ wears in Revelation 19 is “diadema” or a crown of royalty. The rider on the white horse in Revelation 6 is the great deceiver, not Jesus!

On a Sunday morning in late June, John Hagee took the stage in his palatial north San Antonio megachurch, his white hair slicked back and his imposing jowls obscuring the upper third of his shirt collar. A month earlier, he’d been one of two American pastors invited to bless the blood-soaked opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem. Now, for his audience of a few thousand congregants splayed out in decks like baseball fans, Hagee offered a simple homily: Jerusalem is the preordained capital of Christ’s 1,000-year empire, during which Christians and Jews (or at least some of them) shall live in peace after the unsaved have endured seven years of unspeakable horrors — a glorious end-times scenario for which Donald Trump paved the way by moving the embassy. Got it?


Around the time of Graham’s visit to Israel, Hagee was a student at Trinity University from Baytown, Texas who had descended from four generations of preachers. He was a lineman on the football team earning a degree in physical education. As a sophomore in 1962, Hagee was a starting guard in the “Bandito” unit. In November of that year, according to the school’s newspaper, he was nursing a separated shoulder in advance of Trinity’s homecoming game against Abilene Christian. A teammate took his place and the Tigers lost the game by a single point; it was the second to last game in a 1-8 season.
My own initial unwillingness to discuss my experiences with mental illness led to an intense feeling of isolation, as well as a deep misunderstanding of the resources available to me in a time of crisis. In order to educate the general public, reduce stigma, and even prevent tragedy, it is imperative that the voices of people with mental illness are heard.

Harold Camping, the Oakland, California-based preacher who wrongly prophesized the coming of the End Times is now gone, but there's no shortage of End Timers out there in America. Anne Lotz Graham, the daughter of the Rev. Billy Graham, recently wrote a column claiming that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could be a sign of the coming of The Rapture; a reboot of the Left Behind movie, based on Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins' mega-best-selling Left Behind series of apocalyptic novels, is due in theaters in early October; and now, Pastor John Hagee, the master of his multi-million-dollar domain in San Antonio, Texas, is peddling an End Times book directly linked to "blood moon" eclipses.
I Thess. 4:16-18 says "For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trumpet of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first:  Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the cloud, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.  Wherefore comfort one another with these words."   We believe that Jesus will literally descend from heaven; there literally will be the shout of an angel and the blast of a trumpet.  The dead will literally rise first, and those who are alive at the time of Christ's return and believe in Him for their salvation will literally be caught up together with Him to meet Him in the air, "and so shall we ever be with the Lord."

Pretribulational premillennialism (an eschatological position associated with the theological school known as dispensationalism) argues that there will be a tribulation period in which many individuals will be saved, including large numbers of Jewish people, though they will not be part of the church, since Christ will have already come for His church before the Tribulation. (Information about Hagee from other sources reveals he seriously differs with the vast majority of dispensational teachers because he believes that Jewish people do not need to be saved, since they are under a different covenant.) Following the seven-year Tribulation, Christ will return to execute judgment on the enemies of God, afterwards setting up His kingdom on earth, which will last a millennium. Hagee hopes that his book will provide guidance for these people left behind — first, to bring them to salvation and, second, to give them hope.
But the four horses from my latest sermon series, “The Four Horses of the Apocalypse” are beasts of a different nature…bringing the most vile, graphic form of justice the human mind can fathom throughout the book of Revelation. The four horses of the Apocalypse are the white horse, the red horse, the black horse and the pale horse. But what does each horse signify, and how will each affect us?
I have no problems with combativeness. Yashua was so combative the Babylonian trained theologians of the time made sure He hung on a tree. His tone was different. His choice of words was not self or other deprecating. I don’t have a lot of time for blogs anymore but today is His Sabbath and this is where I’m at. You sound angry. I wonder if is righteous anger or not? Been there, done that. It leads to the wrong place.
The blood moons of 2014-2015 would turn out to be highly unique in that they would also fall on the Jewish holy feast days of Passover and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) during both years, which is a very rare occurrence. Tetrads of blood moons falling on Jewish feast days have been previously correlated to major events in the history of Israel and the Jewish people. For instance, there was a blood moon tetrad during 1949-1950 that was associated with the first Arab-Israeli war after Israel became a nation in 1948. This tetrad thus accompanied the reestablishment of the Jews back to their homeland after the defeat of their Arab enemies. In addition, another rare tetrad occurred in 1967-1968 during the period when Israel regained control of Jerusalem during the Six-Day War. Incredibly, both of these earlier tetrads also had blood moons that fell on the same Jewish feast days, making this set of three tetrads which are separated by decades, extremely rare and worthy of notice. Could it be that God is causing these signs as a visible reference to Israel now that they have become a nation again in the last days?
Hagee’s star first rose alongside that of George W. Bush, the subject of the pastor’s 2000 hagiography, God’s Candidate for America. During Bush’s presidency, Hagee’s nonprofit Global Evangelism Television became a worldwide force, pulling in more than $10 million in 2004 — the last year before Hagee collapsed the venture into his church, John Hagee Ministries, shielding his finances from public view.
First of all, the groups you mentioned, all follow false doctrine. The Jehova’s witnesses, the Mormons the new age group that you said could “teach me”, all follow distorted or twisted doctrine that contradicts the word of God. The book of Mormon, and the new world translation of the Holy scriptures (Jehovas witnesses) are both contradicting to the Bible. Even Judaism teaches that Jesus Christ is not the Messiah, which is the only way to heaven (John 14:6, John 11:25-26, Acts 4:10-12, just to name a few. seek more for yourself). I do not think it is best to associate or get taught by people who follow false doctrines that contradict what God already said. The Bible tells us this will happen, and that they are doctrines of devils (1 Timothy 4:1, 2 Timothy 4:3). We are to preach only from the word of God and follow only Him (Deuteronomy 13:4, Galatians 1:6-12, 2 Corinthians 11:4). So yes to answer your question, any person who teaches against the Bible is a false teacher and should be accursed (Galatians 1:8). If you do not believe that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven, THEN YOU HAVE NO SALVATION. I know you said you didn’t like the fact that I referenced scripture earlier, but it is the only governing authority that abides over us all. So I urge you to please, look up these scriptures and try to really study God’s word. It will help you find truth brother. God’s word is truth (John 17:17). God bless. Please read this last scripture Louis, it goes perfectly with what were talking about!
If you care to understand what “I” believe, you can go back and read the articles I’ve published since January.  When you have a “brown dwarf” heading straight toward earth (albeit on an elliptical path) and imminent warnings of a possible “pole shift”, you have a tendency to “rethink” things a little.  Particularly when these events were prophesied in the 2nd Book of Esdras, Chapter 15, with verse 40 mentioning the “Horrible Star” and the events in Egypt reading like a “newspaper” in prior verses.
The truly bad “shepherds” are those that do not preach being “ready” and “sin free” at all.  The really frightening ones are those that preach “prosperity doctrine” and tell you if you “come to their church” you are “on the fast path” to salvation.  And indeed there is a mixture of all these “beliefs” throughout most of the “mega churches” out there.  Yes, probably even Pastor Hagee’s flock.  But we should be praying for the “sheep”.  Our hearts should “cry out” for the “sheep”.  We should be begging our Father to have mercy on those “sheep”.
If one strives for intellectual honesty it is nearly impossible to reconcile some of the passages in the Bible with the infantile, self-obsessed doctrines men have been manufacturing as of late. With each passing year it seems the focus on the self becomes all the more laser like, while the focus on Jesus is almost nonexistent. Jesus has become optional for many professing believers. He has become something to be taken or left depending upon the mood they happen to be in that day, or whether or not Jesus convicted the particular sin they are about to partake of.
The theology that links each of these concepts is dispensationalism: a belief that time and current events have an order that correspond to scripture’s narrative structure. In other words, every event occurs according to biblical prophecy. There is perhaps no better illustration of Hagee’s unshakable commitment to dispensationalism than his advocacy for the State of Israel. Over four decades, he has founded one of the most powerful Christian Zionist organizations, given millions to Israeli causes, and seen many key events in the Jewish State’s history coincide with his own life.
We have an obligation to teach our children and our grandchildren about the joy and peace that is found in our LORD and Savior Jesus Christ. We serve a God who is the Prince of Peace, and He delights in granting us favor. He will give you the best of things in the worst of times. And let me tell you, peace that surpasses all understanding is definitely a great thing to have during these uncertain times.
It’s not surprising that the establishment of modern-day Israel in 1948 and its capture of Jerusalem in 1967 energized this movement. The theology was popularized in the huge-selling Dispensationalist book “The Late Great Planet Earth” (1970) and “Left Behind” novels (1995-2007), with related movies. Important pro-Israel preachers include San Antonio’s John Hagee, whose Christians United for Israel reports a membership of 5 million. Numerous books have used the Dispensationalist scenario to falsely link current world events with the End Times.
Given the unprecedented demographic changes occuring in the U.S.—white Christians now account for fewer than half of the public—the links between the president and evangelical pastors are even more salient. As evangelicals increasingly see themselves as a beleaguered minority, they will likely generate more fervent support for the president and his allies that can defend the vision that their pastors pioneered.
In 2007, Hagee stated that he does not believe in global warming, and he also said that he sees the Kyoto Protocol as a conspiracy aimed at manipulating the U.S. economy.[12] Also, Hagee has condemned the Evangelical Climate Initiative, an initiative "signed by 86 evangelical leaders acknowledging the seriousness of global warming and pledging to press for legislation to limit carbon dioxide emissions."[13]
I am astounded that people STILL give this book five stars when all of Hagee's predictions have now failed to come true and and his "theories" disproven. It is not even debatable: he lied! A poorly-written book that exploits people's fears about the end times to make money. If you don't believe what I'm saying, I invite you to read this book: End of the World Propheteers: Exposing the Truth about Apocalyptic Predictions and the Blood Moon Scam
Despite garnering national attention often, Hagee’s local influence is often second to his international reach. According to the Rev. Ann Helmke, the City of San Antonio’s Community Faith-Based Liaison, Hagee is more well known in Israel than in San Antonio. “The most obvious was in introductions when I would go to some meeting [in Israel] and I say I’m from San Antonio, Texas. ‘That’s where Hagee is,’ they said every time. Israeli or Palestinian, every time.”
Another significant event during this recent tetrad was the signing on July 14, 2015 of an international agreement with Iran over their nuclear program. This agreement was fiercely opposed by Israel, because Iran has sworn to destroy the Jewish nation. However, the Bible predicts in Ezekiel 38-39 that in the Last Days a powerful nation will attack Israel from out of the north. These prophecies were discussed in the sections on World War III and correlated to the nation of Russia. Ezekiel predicts that one of the allies of Russia during this attack will be Persia, which is modern day Iran. Iran is moving to be a nuclear power and a strong ally of Russia, just as the prophecies predict. The signing of this agreement with Iran virtually assures that they will continue on this path until the final battles of the End Times occur.

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.
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.
Another significant event during this recent tetrad was the signing on July 14, 2015 of an international agreement with Iran over their nuclear program. This agreement was fiercely opposed by Israel, because Iran has sworn to destroy the Jewish nation. However, the Bible predicts in Ezekiel 38-39 that in the Last Days a powerful nation will attack Israel from out of the north. These prophecies were discussed in the sections on World War III and correlated to the nation of Russia. Ezekiel predicts that one of the allies of Russia during this attack will be Persia, which is modern day Iran. Iran is moving to be a nuclear power and a strong ally of Russia, just as the prophecies predict. The signing of this agreement with Iran virtually assures that they will continue on this path until the final battles of the End Times occur.
In 2007, Hagee stated that he does not believe in global warming, and he also said that he sees the Kyoto Protocol as a conspiracy aimed at manipulating the U.S. economy.[12] Also, Hagee has condemned the Evangelical Climate Initiative, an initiative "signed by 86 evangelical leaders acknowledging the seriousness of global warming and pledging to press for legislation to limit carbon dioxide emissions."[13]
Harold Camping, the Oakland, California-based preacher who wrongly prophesized the coming of the End Times is now gone, but there's no shortage of End Timers out there in America. Anne Lotz Graham, the daughter of the Rev. Billy Graham, recently wrote a column claiming that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could be a sign of the coming of The Rapture; a reboot of the Left Behind movie, based on Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins' mega-best-selling Left Behind series of apocalyptic novels, is due in theaters in early October; and now, Pastor John Hagee, the master of his multi-million-dollar domain in San Antonio, Texas, is peddling an End Times book directly linked to "blood moon" eclipses.
John Hagee is the author of four New York Times bestsellers, as well as Jerusalem Countdown, which itself has sold over 1 million copies. He is the founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, a nondenominational evangelical church with more than 20,000 active members, as well as the founder and president of John Hagee Ministries, which telecasts his radio and television teachings throughout America and in 249 nations worldwide. Hagee is also the founder and national chairman of Christians United for Israel, a grassroots national association with over 1 million members to date.
“The relationship, I believe, started in 1980 or 1981 when Pastor Hagee wanted to do a Night to Honor Israel. It was a time that was in reaction to either Israel’s involvement in Lebanon or the bombing of the nuclear reactor in Iraq. He felt there was a need to have a positive evening for Israel,” Rabbi Avraham Scheinberg said about the close friendship his father, Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg, has with Hagee. Scheinberg noted that his father was one of the only Rabbis to answer the call, likely because of the evangelical community’s history of proselytizing Jews.
In the 19th Century, liberal theology was habitually downgrading the Bible as scholars dismissed anything miraculous. The exponents of Dispensationalism, despite their faults, were all firm believers in the Bible as God's Word. As the liberal threat continued many people embraced the whole theological package as 'believing the Bible' became synonymous with 'holding to Dispensationalism'.
Several years ago, it was noticed that a tetrad or a series of four blood moons would occur from April of 2014 to September of 2015. Pastor Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries of Bonney Lake, Washington first spoke about this phenomenon in 2008 and eventually published a bestselling book in 2014, “Blood Moons: Decoding the Imminent Heavenly Signs”. The dates of the four blood moons Biltz wrote about are April 15 and October 8 of 2014 and April 4 and September 28 of 2015. As if that was not enough, the blood moons would be further punctuated by other significant astronomical events, including a full solar eclipse on March 20, 2014 and a partial solar eclipse on September 13, 2015.
It is important that we keep Christ central and our worship of Him unhindered in our observance of Christmas. However, we do not believe it is unbiblical to have a Christmas tree lighted and decorated in the home or the church. It has been suggested that the branches of the tree pointing upward can signify praise to God. The star at the top can represent the star of Bethlehem. Also, the green of the evergreens has been recognized as symbolic of eternal life, God's gift to us through our Lord Jesus Christ.
The New King James Version is clear and relatively straight-forward, if not quite as literal a translation as the NASB. As far as NKJV Study Bibles go, thus far this is the only one that is as equally outstanding as the now out-of-print "Believer's Study Bible" which is also a real gem - in my opinion the Prophecy Study Bible & the Believer's Study Bible are both "must-buys". Well worth looking for copies of each of them.
Pompeo obviously shares the widespread Christian affinity with Jews and the conviction that they have a right to gather in safety in the Holy Land (whatever the pros and cons of Israeli policy at the moment). He recently told the Christian Broadcasting Network that “I am confident that the Lord is at work” in Israel. But it’s unclear how much Pompeo strays from traditional Presbyterianism in favor of “Dispensationalism,” with its detailed and highly literal teaching about Bible prophecies and the End Times, including the rapture.
But not everyone agreed that the blm army should be the law. People wondered: Why did the blm send an army to confiscate some cows? Why did the rangers need attack dogs? More importantly, why do unelected, government-appointed bureaucrats have their own private militarized police force that supposedly supersedes the authority of local police? Why didn’t the blm solve this problem through regular law-enforcement channels?

Hagree graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio with a Bachelor of Science in History and Education in 1964. He was on a football scholarship and appeared on the academic dean's List. Hagee received a master's degree in educational administration from the University of North Texas in Denton in 1966 and completed his theological training at Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie.[2]
In the same sermon, Hagee argued that a “new world order is right now organizing riots in the streets of America,” and that same order is intent on flooding the United States with illegal immigrants. Immigration, he said, “will produce millions of welfare deadbeats demanding all of these free things. It will be a socialist chaos that will destroy America. It will lead to the destruction of our economy, and a dictatorship.”

Despite garnering national attention often, Hagee’s local influence is often second to his international reach. According to the Rev. Ann Helmke, the City of San Antonio’s Community Faith-Based Liaison, Hagee is more well known in Israel than in San Antonio. “The most obvious was in introductions when I would go to some meeting [in Israel] and I say I’m from San Antonio, Texas. ‘That’s where Hagee is,’ they said every time. Israeli or Palestinian, every time.”

So, by using the term “blood moon," we are combining superstition with science, just as the Hindu folktale of Rahu provides a legendary description of lunar orbital mechanics. The “blood moon” attracts interest in the sky and lunar eclipses, but rather than awaiting doom and destruction we can better view it along the lines of the Islamic interpretation—as a monumental illustration of the fascinating and real motions of our solar system.
You will enjoy this series by Pastor Matt as he explains the true meaning of the word “apocalypse” and how it affects us today. God is waiting to unveil a mystery in your life, the thing that concerns you most. Find out how close we are to the rapture and who will be deceived by the Antichrist. Consider the signs of the times in our current society. Our modern culture, economy, political structure and spiritual outlook could cause a chain reaction that would bring the world as we know it crashing down, setting the stage for the Antichrist. We may be closer than you think!
A blood moon is when the sun shines through the earth’s atmosphere onto the moon and it causes the moon to have a blood red appearance. Being in a direct alignment is something that only God can do. We have four blood moons that are appearing right now and according to NASA the last four blood moons that directly relate to the state of Israel. They relate to the state of Israel and the bible because each of these blood moons appears either on Passover or the feast of tabernacles. Starting the in year 2014, April 15, which was passover, the blood moon came. Then the feast of tabernacles, October the 8th 2014, the blood moons came. Now there is a solar eclipse, that’s March the 20th, which is this Friday, that’s about to appear. And then we have the last two blood moons which will be April the 4th, which will be passover and September the 28th which will be the feast of tabernacles. So you have the passover, feast of tabernacles, the solar eclipse, passover and feast of tabernacles. Those are on exact dates that God himself established in the old testament thousands of years ago. Only God can get the earth, the sun, and the moon in an alignment on a specific day that he predicted thousands of years ago. That is the unique mystery of this film and of this book.
You will enjoy this sermon by Pastor Matt that paints a picture of the Good Shepherd who wants only the best for his flock. Do you need an anointing in your life? The healing power of God, through the Holy Spirit, can anoint you and heal every wounded place in your life. God has been saying this since the beginning of time. “I am the God who heals.” If you are in need of a special touch today, or know someone who is…let the Psalms found within this sermon saturate and heal the broken pieces of your life.
“To illustrate the frequency of the coincidence of lunar eclipses with Passover and Sukkot, consider the 230 lunar eclipses of all types (total, partial, and penumbral) during the twentieth century (1901–2000). Table I lists the 37 lunar eclipses in the twentieth century that coincided with Passover or Sukkot (Passover always is in March or April, and Sukkot always is in September or October). Many of the dates of lunar eclipses exactly match the dates of the Passover or Sukkot. Others are off by one day, and a few are off by two days.”
That description, by the way, sounds like two different astronomical events: a total solar eclipse and total lunar eclipse. Sun turned to darkness = moon directly between the Earth and sun in a total solar eclipse. Moon turned to blood = Earth directly between the sun and moon, Earth’s shadow falling on the moon in a total lunar eclipse. Solar and lunar eclipses are very ordinary and frequent happenings that have occurred many times in our lifetimes. In fact, every year, there are four to seven eclipses, some lunar, some solar, some total, some partial.
Dr. Hagee graduated from Trinity University in 1964. He also attended North Texas State University where he received his Masters Degree in 1966. His theological training was received at Southwestern Bible Institute where he was President of his class and a member of the College Concert Choir. In 1989, Hagee received his Honorary Doctorate from Oral Roberts University and he has served on the Oral Roberts University Board of Regents since that time.
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