Hagee prognosticates that Rabin’s death will cause Israel to move more toward peace and eventually even the surrender of the Golan Heights (11). Moreover, he projects that Israel’s and the world’s reaction to the death of Rabin will force this peace process to escalate (13-14, 28-30), and predicts that Rabin’s successor as Prime Minister will be Shimon Peres (8-9). For this he relied on poll results that indicated that Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu trailed Peres by 31 percent (8). Of course, Netanyahu did win the election. If Hagee could be so wrong about an event so close at hand, we may well question his more far-reaching predictions.
And there’s another kind of Blood Moon in astronomy, unrelated to eclipses. In folklore, all the full moons have names. The names typically coincide with months of the year, or seasons. One of the most famous moon names is the Hunter’s Moon. It’s the full moon immediately following the Harvest Moon, which is the full moon occurring most closely to the autumnal equinox.

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.
Toledo’s Water supply has toxin?!?  Half-million residents affected – As the USA sinks further into the Third World, some residents want to revolt.  These rebels don’t stop to consider that the USA was artificially inflated economically after WWII (regardless of what propaganda has taught them) and the USA is now in the process of being artificially deflated before WWIII.
Indeed, the term “blood moon” was popularised in 2013 following the release of the book Four Blood Moons by Christian minister John Hagee. He promotes an apocalyptic belief known as the “blood moon prophecy” highlighting a lunar sequence of four total eclipses that occurred in 2014/15. Hagee notes that all four fell on Jewish holidays, which has only happened three times before—each apparently marked by bad events.

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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]
Dispensationalism appeared in the 1830s, so when looked at within the context of Church history, it hasn't been around long. It is characterised by a theology that talks of a secret ‘Rapture’ or 'snatching away' of the Church at any moment, followed by seven years of ‘tribulation’ - the last three and a half years being ‘The Great Tribulation’. Then comes Armageddon, the return of Jesus and his one thousand year reign on the earth, followed by eternity.

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]
Even now we can hear the thunderous hooves of the four horses storming across the stage of human history, bringing deception, wars, hunger and death on a scale so massive it staggers the mind! The Bible makes it perfectly clear that God’s judgment is certain. And it IS coming! Acts 17:31 tells us, “…because He has appointed a day on which He will judge the world in righteousness by the Man whom He has ordained. He has given assurance of this to all by raising Him from the dead.”

Thou art wearied in the multitude of thy counsels. Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, the monthly prognosticators, stand up, and save thee from these things that shall come upon thee. Behold, they shall be as stubble; the fire shall burn them; they shall not deliver themselves from the power of the flame: there shall not be a coal to warm at, nor fire to sit before it. – Isaiah 47:13-14.

“On the biblical Hebrew calendar, it was Elul 29, the Day of the Shemitah, to strike a nation’s financial realm,” Cahn said. “So the greatest crashes in American history, up to those days, each happened on the exact same biblical day, the day that just happened to be appointed to strike a nation’s financial realm, and exactly seven biblical years apart to the very day and the very hours.”

Some in the evangelical community have accused Hagee of heresy for not sticking to that story. In his 2007 book, In Defense of Israel, he argued that Jesus did not present himself as the Messiah to Jews, which means Jews cannot be held responsible for rejecting him as their savior. “It was Jesus who rejected the Jewish desire for him to be their Messiah,” he wrote. Hagee was accused of preaching the “dual covenant error”: the notion that Jews are saved through their own covenant with God and do not need Jesus to save them.
“It wasn’t a challenge to bring the message from the book to the screen because the message about the book is about the contribution the Jewish people have made to the world, and especially Christianity, and the hope that we have as believers that in this world of chaos, in a world that’s upside down, in a nation that is losing its sense of direction, that God almighty is still in charge,” said Hagee, adding, “He knows the end from the beginning and he’s told us when you see these signs in the heavens, don’t run to the cabinet and start swallowing Tylenol. Lift up your heads and rejoice; your redemption draweth nigh.”
In his book Blood Moons, Mark Biltz writes: “In March of [2008], I saw on the Internet an incredible total lunar eclipse over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. I had read all the Bible verses in Isaiah, Joel, the Gospels and Revelation where the text talks about the moon turning to blood and the sun to sackcloth. I began to ponder the possibilities of tying the eclipses mentioned in the Bible to the possible coming of the Messiah.
"The world as we have it at this very present time is a powder keg and the fuse is lit," he warned. "Every player is on the stage for the first time in history that fulfills all of thepropheciess of Daniel, Ezekiel, Jeremiah, Isaiah; they're all there. We're just waiting for the next domino to fall and when it does watch out! It's not going to stop."

Really it wasn’t a challenge to bring the message from the book to the screen because the message about the book is about the contribution the Jewish people have made to the world, and especially Christianity, and the hope that we have as believers that in this world of chaos, in a world that’s upside down, in a nation that is losing its sense of direction, that God almighty is still in charge. He knows the end from the beginning and he’s told us when you see these signs in the heavens, don’t run to the cabinet and start swallowing Tylenol. Lift up your heads and rejoice; your redemption draweth nigh.

“It wasn’t a challenge to bring the message from the book to the screen because the message about the book is about the contribution the Jewish people have made to the world, and especially Christianity, and the hope that we have as believers that in this world of chaos, in a world that’s upside down, in a nation that is losing its sense of direction, that God almighty is still in charge,” said Hagee, adding, “He knows the end from the beginning and he’s told us when you see these signs in the heavens, don’t run to the cabinet and start swallowing Tylenol. Lift up your heads and rejoice; your redemption draweth nigh.”

Tim LaHaye was recognised as one of the top 25 Christian leaders throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s. His Left Behind series is not his greatest contribution to the Church or his best writing. That honour, in my view, belongs to his 1976 book The Act of Marriage. It's a remarkable book about sex. It was ahead of its time, detailed, frank and even included diagrams! I think it should be read by all engaged and married couples.
Hagee often creates alliances with Jews who view Israel in theological, rather than political, terms. For example, he has found common cause with Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, an American who helped found the Israeli settlement of Efrat on the West Bank. Even after Hagee suggested that God permitted the Holocaust to happen in order for Jews to come back to Israel (find a detailed account here,) Riskin defended Hagee as “a true friend of Israel and the free world.”
I do not trust John Hagee for a second. He is a judiazer. He stated in his book In Defense of Israel, that Jews DO NOT NEED Jesus to be saved. John has a history of date setting. In Jerusalem countdown, (actually it was live on a speaker tour in support of that book) He stated that his secret contacts atthe pentegon told him we will be at war with Iran by March. Of 2007! Wrong.

“On the biblical Hebrew calendar, it was Elul 29, the Day of the Shemitah, to strike a nation’s financial realm,” Cahn said. “So the greatest crashes in American history, up to those days, each happened on the exact same biblical day, the day that just happened to be appointed to strike a nation’s financial realm, and exactly seven biblical years apart to the very day and the very hours.”
Well, guess what? Did you know John Hagee is divorced? He founded Cornerstone Church after divorcing his first wife, Martha Downing in 1975. The divorce was quite the scandal for congregants of Trinity Church, where he was minister at the time. He then remarried, getting hitched to Diana Castro, who was a congregant at Trinity and is still his current wife.  
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