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.
One major event that already occurred after the start of the blood moon tetrads in 2014, was Israel’s war with Hamas in the Gaza Strip in July-August 2014. Israel engaged in a major operation to eliminate the threat from this terrorist group and destroy their missiles and underground tunnel networks entering Israel from the west. Hundreds of missiles were launched at Israeli cities during this war, but the Israel Defense Forces responded with overwhelming military power. As a result, the Gaza region home to millions of Palestinians was significantly affected and much of it was destroyed by air strikes upon known Hamas arms and missile locations.
The Word of G-d is clear: Don’t mix the clean with the unclean. The Word of G-d is not only clean it is separate.The book about the tetrads is a theory, it is interesting, it takes the focus out of the greco-roman worldview the Church was infected with and brings us to consider the Word of G-din its original Hebraic context. Sadly, the Hebraic Roots flavor of Bible interpretation immediately became infected by Babylonian Talmudic Judaism. The Torah tells us we need two witnesses. I’ll give you the ones I trust. His Word and His Spirit. I take everything else with a grain of salt. Whenever I doubt, I know Whom to ask. He always leads me to the right pasture. Blessed b He.
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.
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.

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]
John Hagee is a false teacher who denies the Lord who bought him, because John Hagee denies His word. He denies Genesis 1:1-31; Exodus 20:11; 31:17; Matthew 5:3; Philippians 2:3; 2 John 9; Jude 3; 1 Timothy 6:3-5; Revelation 20; etc.. Anyone who denies God's Word, denies Jesus Christ, because Jesus is the Word (John 1:1), the very word of God (Hebrews 4:12-13; Revelation 19:13).
Be not afraid, ye beasts of the field: for the pastures of the wilderness do spring, for the tree beareth her fruit, the fig tree and the vine do yield their strength. Be glad then, ye children of Zion, and rejoice in the LORD your God: for he hath given you the former rain moderately, and he will cause to come down for you the rain, the former rain, and the latter rain in the first month. And the floors shall be full of wheat, and the vats shall overflow with wine and oil.  And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpiller, and the palmerworm, my great army which I sent among you. And ye shall eat in plenty, and be satisfied, and praise the name of the LORD your God, that hath dealt wondrously with you: and my people shall never be ashamed.
Reid’s comments went viral. It became a rallying cry for the right. Protesters mused: So we are domestic terrorists for protesting a heavy-handed government that is taking away constitutional freedoms—but when Maj. Nidal Hasan actually murdered 13 people at Fort Hood army base, that was just “workplace violence”? To many protesters, Reid’s comments seemed to confirm their worst suspicions.
In his confusion of these two events, Hagee speaks of signs of Christ’s imminent coming. If the Rapture could have actually occurred at any moment since the first century, there really can be no signs leading up to the event. If something must precede an event, the event cannot occur at any moment. He says on page 106 that the snatching away of Christians “could happen at any time.” Hagee needs to revisit the Scriptures and work out a more logically and biblically satisfying sequence of events.
That surprised us when we first heard it. A few years ago, when the expression Blood Moon first gained widespread popularity, it didn’t refer to just any lunar eclipse, but to a special series of eclipses, four totally eclipsed moons in a row. Such a series is called a lunar tetrad. In 2013, two Christian pastors popularized the term Blood Moon in their book, in which they discussed an upcoming lunar tetrad in apocalyptic terms.
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.
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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.
Did Christ reveal the literal meaning of these strange symbols from Revelation elsewhere in the New Testament? “He did!” Mr. Armstrong answered. “When His disciples came to Him on Mt. Olivet—when they to whom He revealed His parables—they to whom it was given to know these mysteries—came to Him privately, and asked Him: ‘Tell us, when shall these things be and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and the end of the world?’ Jesus gave in plain language, a startling prophecy of these very world conditions of today, and our immediate future!” (ibid).
The eclipse that took place on October 8, 2014 and the blood moon of April 4, 2015 was also not visible in Jerusalem, Africa or Europe! Even on September 28, 2015, which was touted as Jerusalem's last chance to be warned of its impending doom, only part of the eclipse was seen from the city. One must ask whether a sign that few people notice is much of a sign.
Passover, which ended last Monday evening with another High Sabbath is not a Jewish or a Christian feast. If you go to the Torah, which is YHWHs Word, portions of it are not only inspired but also writing by His Hand you will see that they are YHWH’s feasts. He is my G-d, I keep his perpetual feasts. Perpetual did not end at Golgotha, The problem with the YHWH’s feasts is that a Roman emperor who worshiped Apollo needed to change them so he could incorporate the pagan feasts of the empire he was rebuilding. In the council of Nicea, celebrating the Resurrection of YHWH,s only begotten Son at YHWH’s Passover became a capital offense. Don’t believe me, check it out for yourself. The problem I have been dealing with Passover is that is being celebrated with the Rabbinic leaven that was added after the Babylonian captivity. Haggadahs, which are orders of service have very little to do with the Spirit of His Word and what He wants to do in your heart every season with His High Days to bring you closer to Him, now that He opened a door for you to do that at a price that was just outrageous. I stopped listening to human teachers some time ago. When I have something that He is putting on my heart, I check it out against His Word and I take it to Him. He answers His email much better than I or anyone else with alphabet soup after his or her name.
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.
I just got this bible and I am just starting to read it. I find it very informitive. I have an NIV study bible that is literally falling apart as I have used it so much. This Bible explains subjects that my NIV doesn't so I feel that I am learning something new again! (I still like my NIV) I absolutely love this bible. Like I said, I am just starting it and there is alot more to explore. I was in Matthew and at the beginning of the Book of Matthew, it has scriptures in the old Testament that are prophecy that are mentioned in Matthew. It has a concordance that is easier to use than my NIV so I am excited to get into other parts of this Bible. It tells you how to interpret prophecy, covers the end times, encouragement for living, gives you scripture on prophecy that has already been fulfilled, gives you outlines of the Books, history time lines and much more. Red lettering of Jesus's words. So much more to understand, learn and explore. I am excited to have this bible!
“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,” Hagee added, speaking of the last four blood moons. “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.”
Hagee: God has sole control of His time clock. I do not believe the moving of the U.S. Embassy was necessarily part of a prophetic plan. I do believe that President Trump's decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem put America on the right side of history. Jerusalem has been Israel's capital since King David established it over 3,000 years ago. The president's decision recognized that fact.
But critics say the move, which broke from almost seven decades of United States policy, could risk peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians, who both claim Jerusalem as their capital. Mass protests broke out along the border fence with Gaza in the hours before the embassy opening on Monday, and Israeli soldiers shot and killed more than 50 Palestinians, the Health Ministry reported.
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When I said that haSatan was “teaching” Eve, he was and she did learn his ways and he used YHWH’s Words to beguile her. He still uses thousands upon thousands of of “teachers” in denominations and cults, or whatever you want to call them, to “teach” YHWH’s Word to beguile Christians to think they are saved when they are not. He also beguiles people into being believers and not followers. The demons believe He is who He is but they surely are not His followers. They are following the doctrines of human “teachers”, beguiled themselves by a religious spirit.
Brother, I don’t judge you for following these feasts. But is only belief in Jesus Christ that gives you salvation (John 14:6, John 10:7-11, John 3:16, 1 John 5:11-13, Acts 4:12, Ephesians 2:4-9, please seek more!). My point is, that you might be struggling because you are not looking to Christ who did everything perfectly, remember he said “it is finished” for a reason (John 19:28-30). Everything thing was finished on Calvsry’s Cross, Amen and Amen! Jesus finished every feast, every Jewish tradition, every ounce of the law in his life, ministry, death and ressurection. If you follow Christ, you will in turn follow every feast mentioned in this comment. Again Louis, I will keep praying for you brother, that God will help you through all you struggles. May grace, peace and mercy be multiplied unto you from God our Father and Jesus Christ our Lord! Amen and God bless.

He is the Anti-Christ, the chief son of Satan who will come promising world peace, but will bring a global blood bath. He will force every person to take his number or mark in their right hand or on their forehead. If you refuse, you will have your head cut off. The Bible calls him the lawless one. He will set up his image in Jerusalem and demand that the world worship him or face certain death in the most brutal fashion.
Some scientists who believe the Bible account of God's creation think that it can fit with some aspects of evolutionary theory. They use terms like "progressive" or "continuous" creation. For example, some suggest that the days of creation in chapter one of Genesis might be "age days," that is, long periods of time in which God created and then helped things develop. It is important to note that there can be no real conflict between the facts of the Bible and the facts of science, since God was the Author of both. The problems arise when we begin to interpret those facts. Since Christians hold various views, it is important to keep an attitude of humility and charity toward others in these complicated areas. One fact is absolutely clear from the Bible--God is the Creator! (hard copy on file)
Most of the book is taken up with a presentation of the premillennialist end times eschatology as popularized by Hal Lindsey and more recently by Tim LaHay. Most of the information on the four blood moons is toward the end of the book. I would have also preferred to see more detail on the four blood moons as this part of the book seems rather thin to me. One part I enjoyed was a recounting of some of the miraculous events that occurred during the Six Days war, which was one of the events that occurred during one of the blood moon sequences.
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.

Bundy and his family ranched in Nevada’s Gold Butte for almost 70 years before the blm even existed. The Bundys, like many other ranchers, were induced to settle the area with the promise of free grazing land with no fees or limitations. It was part of the government’s plan to develop the West—and the Bundys did their part. It was a win-win situation.
Trying to predict the date of a future event has been a continual trap that many people have fallen into when writing about the End Times. We all want to know when the major events of the last days will occur. It would be fantastic if we were able to calculate them through cleaver mathematical schemes or to figure them out through looking at astronomical signs like blood moon tetrads. Unfortunately, the Bible does not give us the dates of End Times events in advance, and the timing of events in the last days can not be calculated except after the start of Daniel’s Seventieth Week. Jesus said that only the Father knows the absolute timing of all events (Matt. 24:36).
Hagee, like any savvy preacher depending on his flock for ongoing financial largesse, always hedges his bets. Not wanting to be associated with the false prophesies, nasty publicity, and outright zaniness of someone like Harold Camping, Hagee is careful to couch his apocalyptic warnings in more nuanced "someday the end of days will come" rhetoric. This way, he gets to spout End Times warnings and still retain plausible deniability.
“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.”
Many Christians believe they have a relationship with YHVH but they don’t. As far as “who’s in” and “who is not in” when it comes to a relationship with YHVH I have the same answer. That is above my pay grade! Who am I to say who has a relationship with YHVH and who doesn’t? I am not the door keeper. I don’t know people’s hearts and who am I to say to YHVH who is allowed in the Olam Haba (the age of the Messiah) and who is not. Sorry but that authority was not given to me neither would I want it.
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.
Many Christians become troubled when they read the creation account in the Bible and then listen to the ideas of evolutionists. The Bible, of course, asserts that God created the universe and everything in it. Evolutionists, on the other hand, usually leave God completely out and assume that everything "just happened." In addition, evolutionists describe life developing over vast periods of time as a scientific fact, though it is really only a theory.
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.
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