The claim of a blood moon being a sign of the beginning of the end times originates in the Book of Joel, where it is written "the sun will turn into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of the Lord comes."[4] This prophecy repeated by Peter during Pentecost, as stated in Acts,[5] though Peter says that the date of Pentecost, not a future date, was the fulfillment of Joel's prophecy. The blood moon also is prophesied in the Book of Revelation chapter 6 verses 11 – 13,[6] where verse 12 states, "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."
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.

“The dramatic and unprecedented planetary climate change is something on the level of the apocalyptic predictions of the Bible,” McGuire said. “We’re on the verge right now, because of climate change, of massive food and water shortages, which could affect tens of millions of people worldwide because of the droughts that have occurred. The intense heat and water shortages have dried up the crops, and we are going to see that play out in the near future because of all the freak weather.”
Here is a short description: The modern nations of Israel—primarily the United States, Britain and the tiny nation called Israel in the Middle East—along with the sinning saints of God, will suffer great evils during a horrifying 2½-year period—even being conquered by foreign invasion and brought into captivity (Revelation 6:9-11). You can read more about this in our article on page 22.
The red horse brings death (in which ¼ of the earth will be slaughtered) and global, nuclear war. This nuclear deal with Iran gives you a pretty good picture of what Revelation is talking about. Einstein predicted that in a full-scale nuclear exchange, 1/3 of the earth’s population would die. That is roughly 110 million people in America today. Think that’s an exaggeration? Keep reading.
Moses, who was raised as a royal prince, and son of the of Pharaoh’s daughter, gave up his life of luxury to be with his own people the Israelites. Why? Because he believed the Gospel of Jesus Christ who God prophesied would one day defeat Satan (as recorded in Genesis 3:15, which was written by Moses himself). The Messiah, from the first prophecy ever made, was never a political leader. He was the “seed of the woman” who would one day conquer Satan. And thus Moses, by faith in God’s Word, was willing to suffer hardship in the name of Christ than worry about worldly power and glory – the exact opposite of what Hagee claims a Messiah would be doing. This absurd heresy should be a clear sign that Hagee is a false teacher.

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.

In the 1970s, the Christian Zionists’ alliance with Israeli political figures solidified. Prime Minister Menachem Begin developed a close relationship with Jerry Falwell. He invited Falwell to Israel in a private jet and later made him the first non-Jew to receive the Jabotinsky medal, an award also given to the late Holocaust survivor and writer Elie Wiesel. The Begin-Falwell connection did not create the Christian Zionist movement, but it energized the movement’s bench of preachers and activists to organize in defense of Israel. Pastor Hagee’s view of Israel coalesced after his first visit in 1976, only one year after he was nearly ousted from his church for divorcing his first wife.
The Right to Resist Evil Leaders The Christian History – It’s always amusing when pretend Christians takes a whack at interpreting the Bible. Oddly enough, they almost always to try and discredit what the Bible says. This is another example of that taking place in one of the Corporate Media’s (Satan’s Mouthpiece) favorite games: Let’s try and discredit Romans 13 so we can rebel!

Hagee's answers to the questions above reveal a pattern of being undiscerning, which reveals he is wicked (Romans 1:31). Hagee is unable to discern that when a man does not believe in the six literal days of creation, that same man does not believe the Bible account of creation. Hagee is unable to discern the simplicity of Scripture on this accord (Genesis 1:31) and is confused calling these matters "complicated." Likewise, Hagee is unable to discern the plain teaching of Scripture regarding the literal 1000 year reign of Christ, stating that it has "not been made clear in the Bible," when in reality, it has (see Revelation 20). Hagee is unable to discern the psychological deceit of this age, as he refers to "low self-esteem" as a bad thing, when in reality, it is a good thing (Matthew 5:3; Philippians 2:3; Isaiah 5:20).
"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."
A church member gave him the two books — “Heather Has Two Mommies” and “Daddy’s Roommate” — and then Mr. Jeffress sent a $54 check to the library for the cost of the books. “We wanted to highlight the problem in our community,” Mr. Jeffress told The Associated Press in May 1998. “I really hope people will look at the book and see what their tax dollars are supporting.”
The book begins like a novel, describing a young Jewish law student who is zealous for the nation of Israel. This young man takes the life of Yitzhak Rabin, Prime Minister of Israel (1-2). Hagee tells his story of meeting Rabin, describes the regard that people throughout the world have for Rabin, and recalls the assassination itself. At this point we learn why Rabin is so important to this book on biblical prophecy. Hagee asserts that the violent death of Rabin will trigger prophetic events leading to the rise of the Antichrist and the rapture of the church. In other words, the death of Rabin means the prophetic clock is ticking fast (8-10).
Pastor Hagee has generated controversy in other areas as he has built Global Evangelism Inc., Global Evangelism Television (GETV), and Grace Church of San Antonio (the names that a few of his nonprofits bear). In 2008, Earth Salts International (ESI,) a company that supplied Dead Sea bath salts and minerals to GETV for online sale, sued Hagee’s related entities.
"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."
A massive, Hezbollah-inspired protest involving tens of thousands of Lebanese and Palestinians occurred in Beirut shortly after Trump announced he would move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. The protesters could be heard chanting that America was “the Great Satan” and Israel “the little Satan”. The Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah gave a speech at the rally […]
You don’t hear me (and part of that can be my level of frustration with teachers), you can’t hear Mark Biltz or Hagee either (I’m not saying that I agree with everything or even most of what they are saying) and I’m afraid that you might not hear Him as well as you think. You’re too busy hearing yourself and filtering His word through the idol of your own theology… Welcome to another one of the thousands of “Christian” denominations that got it right… in their heads! I am continually amazed how when people get religion in their heads, they swell up so much it takes Him out of their hearts.
John Charles Hagee (born April 12, 1940) is the founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Church, a megachurch in San Antonio, Texas.[1] Hagee is the founder and National Chairman of the Christian-Zionist organization Christians United for Israel. His televangelist message is broadcast nationally in the United States as well as elsewhere, via his non-profit corporation Global Evangelism Television and others.
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.
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.
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.
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)
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.”
The articles presented here are in order and presented as I have learned new things. Some of the conclusions drawn in older articles may not match the newer conclusions in recent articles. This is because I do not have an agenda and only want to present the truth, as best as possible, for the saving of souls for Jesus Christ. Write me at jbaptist777@gmail.com if you have questions, in Jesus Name.
I’d be angry to have that land taken away, particularly for the supposed purpose of protecting a tortoise that most city-dwellers will never see or care about once the media cycle has turned—a tortoise that was endangered enough to confiscate my land, but not so endangered that the government approved construction of a solar power facility nearby; a tortoise for which there is no scientific proof that cattle ranching is incompatible.
For the unbelievers out there, there are many false denominations and people who claim to be Christians that do not believe the Bible. The vast majority are very easy to identify to anyone who knows the Bible. For instance the Bible clearly teaches that whosoever shall call upon the name of the lord shall be saved (Rom. 10:13) meaning salvation is by faith alone. Most Christians do not believe this even when they say they do believe it… ask them if a person can live however they want and still be saved and most will say “of course not”… betraying the fact they are still trusting in their own righteousness to save them rather than the finished work of Jesus Christ. (The word ” repent” that gets thrown around so often comes from the same root word we get “pensive” from, thus “re-pent” means to “re-think”.)
MAP: Where offending a religion could get you executed – The article is low-grade propaganda.  The map shows Muslim countries naturally.  However, those who know their Bibles know that execution for offending the religion of the end times whore Church will be worldwide–and yes, that includes (especially?) the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave.  So, no country-by-country map will be needed.

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Isaiah prophesied of the spread of the gospel in the times of the Messiah’s mission. “They shall not hurt nor destroy in all My holy mountain, for the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea. (Isaiah 11:9). Note again, this prophecy is fulfilled during the times of the Gentiles seek the Lord, Isaiah 11:10. What we must note here is Paul’s citation of the text as being fulfilled in his first century mission to the Gentiles, (Romans 15:10). This is proof positive that the knowledge which belong to the time of the end was the gospel preached by the Apostles of Christ.
Chapters 3 and 4 set forth the standard premillennial interpretation of the Book of Daniel’s prophecy of the four kingdoms of the world that precede the Messiah’s establishment of His earthly kingdom with its capital in Jerusalem. The statue in Daniel with the head of gold, arms of silver, thighs of bronze, legs of iron, and feet of iron and clay refers respectively to the kingdoms of Babylon, Persia, Greece, Rome, and the final kingdom that is destroyed by the coming of the earthly kingdom of Messiah (33-37). Hagee then correctly identifies the dream of four beasts as a parallel to the dream of the statue (38-41). He avoids specific identification of the kingdoms of Europe (37), which some prophecy teachers have not avoided, usually to their embarrassment.
Do jewish rapists, murderers and financial criminals get to go to Heaven ‘automatically’ too? Just because they’re jewish? Sounds more like a trick that Satan would have devised to fool them all into doing his dirty work and acting to destroy the world out of a mistaken ‘religious’ fervor. Then when they do, God is so pissed they messed up his Jewel, he ends up giving them to Satan! (As planned…)
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.
I was somewhat disappointed with this book by Hagee. The majority of the book is not really spent discussing the four blood moons, but rather on a summation of end-time events and what is coming. Hagee would point out that you need that background to understand the significance of the four blood moons. While I understand his point, I would say only 35% of the book is spent on the four blood moons and that was my reason for buying the book. So, for me, the book was interesting and enjoyable when it talked about the four blood moons and great in that it points out another aspect of God's ultimate majesty, control, and awesomeness, but I could only rate it three stars as most of the book was an end time summary which I had already read in other books. So, it was enjoyable and disappointing all at the same time.
“Be fruitful and multiply” is both a blessing and a command. The union of one man with one woman is intended to produce children. This command is the antithesis of the pro-abortion and pro-homosexual agenda. It is not possible for two men or two women to produce a child. God created “male and female,” making marriage between two men or two women a clear violation of the law of God. God will only bless the union He created; therefore He blessed the union of marriage between a man and a woman with children,”
This passage details a very specific sequence of events culminating with the defense of Israel by God and their return to believing faith. This is emphasized as the final verse of the chapter stresses that whosoever calls on God’s name will be “delivered.” It is a time of salvation for the believing remnant of Israel. So why do we not see John Hagee or Mark Biltz mentioning the rest of the prophecies in Joel chapter 2? Why are they not talking about the mighty army that is going to ravage homes and destroy people in a manner never seen before? Why have they not mentioned these aspects and instead picking just one verse out of context? It is because they are not following Scripture but instead looking to the stars, NASA and Google for their prophetic interpretation.
Dr. John C. Hagee is the founder and Pastor of Cornerstone Church, a non-denominational, evangelical church, in San Antonio, Texas. Hagee took the helm of this church when it was the 25-member Church of Castle Hill, in San Antonio. That church–rebuilt to seat 5,000 and dedicated in October, 1987, as Cornerstone Church–now has a membership of over 17,000. Dr. Hagee is married to Diana Castro Hagee, and is blessed with five children: Tish, Christopher, Christina, Matthew and Sandy, and three granddaughters.
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