You are technically right, but what a shame that you don’t hear preaching like this in most Sabbath-keeping churches. People need a warning and this satisfies a real need. The theology can get sorted out later if people will read teh Bible and not follow a man which is too easy to do. We should be like the Bereans who “searched the Scriptures whether those things were so,” Acts 17:11.
In, The Revelation of Truth, Dr. Hagee unveils the pictures that God has painted–not on paper or canvas–but in the Bible and the annals of human history. “In the beginning, God knew that Satan and sin would color His creation black, and that only blood red could restore mankind. Still, He dipped His finger in the blue of an ocean and painted a sky, then nudged His thumb into clay from which He formed a man. Knowing everything that would be required of man and Himself, God continued to create”out of love for His creation” (Revelation of Truth).
And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood; And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind. And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places. And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains; And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb: For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand? – Revelation 6:12-17.
Scientists: Build 100-mile wall across Texas to end Tornadoes – Over the years, the Media has carefully built the authority of government, politicians, doctors, lawyers and scientists while attacking the authority of the Bible.  NOW, the media will just as carefully strip the authority from government, politicians, doctors, lawyers and scientists. Who then will the people turn to in times of trouble that they can trust?
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!
From Daniel to Doomsday is a poignant account of prophecy from the writings of Daniel until the end is foretold in Revelation. Among the questions answered in this book are: Are we coming to the end of the world? What will happen on January 1, 2000? Will there be a germ warfare attack on America? Dr. Hagee deals with current issues such as China’s stolen American military secrets, Saddam Hussein’s rapid positioning for another attack on Jerusalem, Israel’s new prime minister, and more.
A lunar eclipse occurs when the earth is directly in alignment between the moon and the sun, “blocking” the sun’s rays from reflecting off of the moon. However some sunlight filters through the Earth’s atmosphere and hits the moon, giving it a reddish color, hence the name “blood moon.” Hagee credits NASA for confirming that a sequence of four lunar eclipses, or a tetrad will occur in April 2014, on Passover, and then again in September 2014 during the Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkoth.  The timing is the same for 2015 — a total of four blood moons, all appearing on Jewish feast days.
Dr. Hagee has been honored so frequently by the Jewish community because he holds a deep passion for the Jewish people. He has been to Israel at least 20 times and has met with every Prime Minister since Menechim Begin. John Hagee Ministries has given more than $3.7 million to bring Soviet Jews from the former Soviet Union to Israel. Hagee has also written many books dealing with Jewish issues as they pertain to prophecy fulfillment.

Though I agree with most of what Hagee says concerning Tribulational events, his confusion of passages that concern the rapture of the church with passages that speak of the Tribulation and revelation of Christ mars chapters 6 and 7 (101-30). He quotes 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18 right alongside Matthew 24, not recognizing they are speaking of different events. 1 Thessalonians 4 explains the nature of Jesus’ coming for His church and the translation of the church into His presence. On the other hand, Matthew 24 tells of events that transpire prior to the coming of the “Son of Man . . . with power and great glory” (Matt. 24:30). The 1 Thessalonians 4 passage speaks of the church meeting Christ in the clouds in their resurrection bodies. The coming of Christ in Matthew (24:27) is a very visible coming in judgment, and we know from elsewhere in Scripture, to the earth.

From Daniel to Doomsday is a poignant account of prophecy from the writings of Daniel until the end is foretold in Revelation. Among the questions answered in this book are: Are we coming to the end of the world? What will happen on January 1, 2000? Will there be a germ warfare attack on America? Dr. Hagee deals with current issues such as China’s stolen American military secrets, Saddam Hussein’s rapid positioning for another attack on Jerusalem, Israel’s new prime minister, and more.
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Religion scholar Faydra Shapiro noted that Hagee likely did not mean to deny the universal Messiahship of Christ, but instead to correct centuries of anti-Semitism in the Church. His effort backfired. To be accused of preaching the “dual covenant error” is “no doubt the most serious accusation that can be made within the evangelical movement against the activist Zionists in their midst,” Shapiro explained in 2011.
"The truth is Biltz had thoroughly researched and presented the blood moons, and Hagee brought nothing new to the subject—treating it, comparatively, in the most superficial way in his own book. But now Hagee has crossed a bridge too far by claiming in his movie that he is actually the discoverer of the blood moons phenomenon. This is one of the definitions of plagiarism—misrepresenting the work of someone else as your own."
It is clear from Hagee's answer, he does not believe the Bible. If he did believe Scripture, he would not say it is complicated, nor would he allow for other views. The Bible clearly teaches that the world was created in six days (Genesis 1:1-31; Exodus 20:11; 31:17). There is absolutely no question, Biblically, that this is what Scripture teaches. But, deceivers, like the Serpent of old (Genesis 3:4), deny God's word and speak of "age days" (etc.). Instead of calling such men liars, Hagee says they "believe the Bible account" (see the beginning of his second paragraph). So, according to Hagee, you can reject the word of God (Genesis 1:1-31; Exodus 20:11; 31:17) and yet "believe the Bible." This is foolishness (Proverbs 12:23; Isaiah 32:6) and a rejection of 2 John 9.

“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.’”

Tribulation-Now does not encourage people to post their feelings about other churches or pastors for any reason. The point of this article was that MANY churches and pastors are warning people about the forthcoming rapture of the Bride of Christ. That being said, you have some good points that I agree with, but for the RECORD it is "wise" to remain humble and be careful about judging ANYONE at this time.

Of course, Satan’s Mouthpiece has much to say about that very clear verse.  But there are plenty of other Bible verses which essentially tell the Christian the same thing: God puts who he wishes into power for whatever end He determines. We are not to rebel or resist the powers that God has installed. That includes authorities with which we don’t agree.  Here’s a few other verses which the Romans 13 attackers don’t bring up.
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.
In this devotional study guide, Pastor Hagee challenges readers to further explore the meaning behind blood moons, understand why Christians must recognize these signs that God refers to in Scripture, and absorb their prophetic significance. Ideal for individuals and groups, this devotional study guide combines questions and reflective journaling for deeper meaning and life application.

So you don’t believe haSatan is out there teaching G-d’s Word? Ask any Jehova’s Witness, Mormon, ohyper-Charismatic, Jesuit, New Age guru, any of the splinters of Messianic Judaism or even Judaism, they’ll all teach you. You don’t think it is a good idea to warn seekers with a broken heart to beware of human teachers accusing everyone else who does not share their Theological understanding of His Word a false teacher?
U.S. policy consistently opposed the continued construction of Israeli settlements in the Occupied Territories on the grounds that such actions would hinder a future peace accord. In one of its last international actions, the Obama administration declined to exercise its veto of a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements. Although Israel was dismayed as the resolution passed, they were placated by the next administration which had tried to prevent the resolution from coming up for a vote. Yet, President Trump told Yisrael Hayom in Feb. 2018 that settlements would “complicate” a deal between Israelis and Palestinians.
My son, Matt, has recently written a book that masterfully touches on what is happening in our world and how it plays out in a prophetic road map. The pieces laid out in his new book, “Your Guide to the Apocalypse” contain insights and instructions from the Word of God, and from decades of teachings. Matt has done extensive research, and made this book something that I consider to be essential reading for each and every Believer. I wanted to give you an encouraging look with the following excerpt from the pages of his book: