I am sorry if I have in any way offended you, it is not my intention. It is not an act of love to allow someone to remain in error and I see you believe you are on the right path. Don’t ask me brother, ask HIm. I believe you’re headed for a door with a Heaven sign on it and a surprise you’re not expecting if you go through it. Been there, done that. I’m not smart or good enough to figure it out on my own.
Dispensationalism also believes the rapture will occur “pre-tribulation” and at “any moment,” combined with “premillennialism” (Jesus will return before a literal 1,000-year reign). The scenario was formulated largely by John Nelson Darby (1800-1882), a Church of England pastor in Ireland who left to join what became the “Plymouth Brethren.” Notably, Darby emphasized that the Bible predicted the restoration of Jews to their homeland long before Jewish Zionism arose.
Mr. Armstrong explained, “And now I want you to realize a most important fact, bearing on our problem, which most of you never realized before. Haven’t you supposed, along with nearly everyone else, that Jesus spoke in parables in order to make His meaning clearer—as a sort of illustration, so that people would better understand His meaning? Well, you have supposed wrong! On the contrary, believe it or not, Jesus spoke in parables to cover up, to hide the true meaning from the crowds that constantly followed Him! This knowledge puts in our hands the key that will unlock these symbols of the book of Revelation” (ibid). Study Matthew 13:1-13 to prove what Mr. Armstrong teaches here. Pay particular attention to verse 11.
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And ye shall know that I am in the midst of Israel, and that I am the LORD your God, and none else: and my people shall never be ashamed. And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions: And also upon the servants and upon the handmaids in those days will I pour out my spirit. – Joel 2:22-29.

Israel’s armored forces fired a warning shot at the Syrian military operating near the Golan Heights for violating the 1974 ceasefire agreement, a source from the country’s defense forces has claimed. During the current crisis in Syria, the Russian-backed Syrian military forces have repeatedly attempted to encroach upon Israeli territory. As tensions rise throughout the […]
Books like Hagee’s can be interesting, but we must be careful when reading them, as they don’t have a specific prophecy within the Word of God as their foundation, so they may not turn out to be relevant to End Times events at all. Jesus did say that “there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars” before He returns (Luke 21:25), so the blood moon tetrads may fall into this category of signs.  However, someone making a specific prophecy related to these events is something entirely different. The Bible has actually given us an important test of a prophet to see if someone claiming to be one is real or not. The Lord tells us that if what a prophet says comes true in its entirety, then the prophecy was from God, because only God can predict the future; however, if what the prophet says does not come true to the very last detail, then the person is a false prophet and should not be listened to. This is very serious, because extra-Biblical prophecy dealing with the End Times could potentially lead people astray. In addition, if false prophecy that captures a lot of attention does not come true, it could cause people to be frustrated and think that everything dealing with the End Times is false.
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.

“I believe that the heavens are God’s billboard – that he has been sending signals to planet Earth and we just haven’t been picking them up,” Hagee told his San Antonio, Texas, congregation. “Today, with the help of God’s word and some very astute scientists, I’m going to walk you through 500 years (of four blood moons on Jewish feast days) and show you how God is literally screaming at the world: ‘I am coming soon.’”
Hagee's interpretation of the historical role of Hitler and the Holocaust in relation to the foundation of the state of Israel has stirred controversy. Hagee interprets a reference in Jeremiah 16:16 to "fishers" and "hunters" as symbols of positive motivation (Herzl and Zionism) and negative motivation (Hitler and Nazism) respectively, both sent by God for the purpose of having Jews return to the land of Israel, even suggesting that the Holocaust was willed by God because most Jews ignored Herzl's Zionist call.[27] Following the broadcast of Hagee's remarks in late May 2008, some orthodox and conservative Jews came forward to defend Hagee against charges of antisemitism, although other Jews applauded McCain for distancing himself from Hagee.[28][29]
Furthermore, there have been 62 tetrads since the first century AD, though only eight of them have coincided with both feasts. Additionally, three of the four eclipses in the tetrad were not even visible in the biblical homeland of Israel, casting further doubt on Hagee and Biltz's interpretation; even then, only the very end of the last eclipse was visible in Israel.[1]

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They carry a significant message for those who have an ear to hear. Jesus foretold that powerful prophecies would smite a clueless and unprepared world. There is a timeline and an exact order of prophetic events before “the Battle of Armageddon” and Christ’s Return. But understand. When these final events arrive, it will already be too late for you to heed Yahshua Messiah’s words.
Chapter 5 to the end of the book provides some of the most interesting material. Unfortunately, in this portion several questionable speculations are also presented. It is all too common for speakers and writers about prophecy to associate current events and persons with statements from the Scripture that are less than clear or definite. Hagee falls into this trap, as he lists many signs that indicate the coming of Christ (85-100). He believes that we are able to discern the prophesied signs before the end of the age, giving us indication that the world as we now know it will soon end.
Dispensationalism also believes the rapture will occur “pre-tribulation” and at “any moment,” combined with “premillennialism” (Jesus will return before a literal 1,000-year reign). The scenario was formulated largely by John Nelson Darby (1800-1882), a Church of England pastor in Ireland who left to join what became the “Plymouth Brethren.” Notably, Darby emphasized that the Bible predicted the restoration of Jews to their homeland long before Jewish Zionism arose.
The San Antonio B'nai B'rith Council awarded Hagee with its "Humanitarian of the Year" award. It was the first time this award was given to a non-Jew.[14] Hagee was presented with the Zionist Organization of America's Israel Award by former U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick. This award was given by the Jewish Community of Dallas, Texas.[15] He also received the ZOA Service Award.[16]

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Almost all futurist Bible prophecy students will agree that there are three end time wars involving Israel. However, we disagree somewhat on the timing of first two wars. Those wars being the Ezekiel Chapter 38 and 39 war where Gog comes down with a host of nations and the Psalm 83 war where a confederacy of nations attempts to cut Israel off from being a nation. In the mix somewhere is the destruction of Damascus since the prophecy has never been fulfilled yet.

I applaud Hagee for not trying to pinpoint the year or time when Christ will come for His people. The day and hour will be hidden, but those living during the Tribulation will have a fairly good idea when He will return in judgment for they will have a seven year time span to work within. In discussing Mark 13:32, he speaks of millions vanishing (104), which will not happen during the Tribulation.

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.
I don’t think so, although it's possible. It took me three years to work through the issues and eventually leave Rapture theology behind. So if there is a decline, it may take a while. There are plenty of Rapture theology adherents such as John Hagee (of Blood Moon infamy) who will carry on flying the Rapture flag. The films will probably carry on circulating as their ‘Sci-Fi’-esque premise will continue to fascinate!
Our world is plagued by fraud, theft and deceit. And if you believe your Bible, you know it will get worse before it gets better. As the Apostle Paul warned, “But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived” (2 Timothy 3:13). He prophesied exactly the sort of conditions that prevail in these “last days”: “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God” (verses 1-4).

The previous dates correspond with the Jews’ expulsion from Spain and Christopher Columbus’ discovery of America (a sanctuary for the Jewish people), the creation of Israel, the Six-Day War and what Hagee and other Bible prophecy scholars believe could be the Middle East “War of Gog and Magog” predicted by the prophet Ezekiel 2,700 years ago. This war, according to Bible prophecy scholars, involves an attack on Israel by a coalition of nations led by Russia and Iran.
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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?
Furthermore, Hagee is unable to discern the sufficiency of Christ (Colossians 2:8-10) and therefore recommends psychological therapy. Hagee is unable to discern the error of both Christmas and Halloween, and gives absolutely no good guidance to those who might go to him for answers about these pagan holidays. Finally, Hagee is so undiscerning that he can not tell a false Christian from a real one (1 John 2:4), as he believes a pervert (Deuteronomy 22:5) might even know Christ.
For many ancient civilizations, the “blood moon” came with evil intent. The ancient Inca people interpreted the deep red colouring as a jaguar attacking and eating the moon. They believed that the jaguar might then turn its attention to Earth, so the people would shout, shake their spears and make their dogs bark and howl, hoping to make enough noise to drive the jaguar away.
We also should be aware, however, that some of the sensational claims made by authors with regard to blood moon tetrads may be false or misleading. Each claim or statement should be carefully verified to be sure they are accurate. For instance, the author Rivkah Lambert Adler writing for breakingisraelnews.com said with reference to these blood moons:
Jesus said: “When you see these signs, lift up your head and rejoice. Your redemption draweth nigh.” Simply stated: The King is coming! Get ready! Planet earth is about to become the playground for the Anti-Christ and his New World Order. The church will be raptured before the Anti-Christ appears; and I believe he could be introduced in Europe at any time. Pray up! Pack up! We’re going up…and very soon. I’ll chat with you next week!