Four Blood Moons: Something is About to Change by John HageeI have made the statement before that I dont read enough nonfiction, and when I do, it is rarely prophecy books. This one sounded very intriguing, so when I got the chance to review it, I decided to go for it.
Ive never read anything by John Hagee before, but its obvious that he knows his stuff. This is a fascinating book, and thought he did a great job of laying out the information he had, I cant put it into my own words to explain it, so youll have to read the book to understand it for yourself. :-)
He makes a great case for something big happening to Israel some time in 2014-2015. As I said, I cant explain it, but it has to do with four blood moons appearing in relation to the Jewish calendar. He shows times in history when the same phenomenon happened and what was going on with Israel at the time, and it was always something major. I am admittedly a bit of a skeptic with this kind of thing, but Hagee made a believer out of me, and thats not easy.
In addition to laying out his case for something happening in the next two years with Israel, Hagee also gave a lot of history of the persecution of the Jews. Maybe I have just been out of school for too long, but there was a lot of information that I dont remember, such as how much the Jews were persecuted and tortured in Spain, how much the British helped Hitlers cause, and more. I was again reminded that the Jews are Gods chosen people, and Hagee helped cement my belief that God will bless those who are good to His chosen people.
I dont often read a book like this in one sitting. That happens with suspense novels, but this book reeled me in and I read through it in one evening, and found it to be a very fascinating and enjoyable read, and one Id recommend for anyone interested in end time events, and Israels place in the world and end time events.
Why aren't evangelicals denouncing Pastor John Hagee?
Alan E. Kurschner, PhD, is dedicated to teaching biblical prophecy from a futurist, premillennial, prewrath perspective. Last week pretribulational pastor Robert Jeffress delivered an opening prayer at the Jerusalem embassy dedication. In addition, pretribulational pastor John Hagee gave the closing benediction. Many pretrib teachers are abuzz over the recent event of moving the US embassy to Jerusalem. They believe they hear the prophetic furniture shuffle behind the curtain.
If you listen closely, you can hear the hoof beats of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse, racing toward the battle. Hagee spends much of the book engaging in a favorite past-time of conservatives: war-mongering against Iran. Based on a WorldNetDaily article by Paul Williams, Hagee lists the seven cities that will supposedly be wiped off the map in the near future, and excitedly details what the actual explosions will be like:. Williams also states that seven cities in America have been targeted by terrorist [sic] as prime targets. The attacks are designed to occur simultaneously in these seven cities.
Forgot your password? For decades you have heard me teach on end times and how all Bible prophecy has been fulfilled that needs to take place before the rapture of the Church. Make no doubt about it, Church… The King is coming! No man knows the day or the hour, but it is up to each of us to be prepared. We have an obligation to teach our children and our grandchildren about the joy and peace that is found in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We serve a God who is the Prince of Peace, and He delights in granting us favor. He will give you the best of things in the worst of times.
The rapture is an eschatological concept of certain Christians, particularly within branches of American evangelicalism , consisting of an end time event when all Christian believers who are alive, along with the resurrected dead believers, will rise "in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air". This theory grew out of the translations of the Bible that John Nelson Darby edited to fit his doctrines in It was promulgated by the cult followers of Darbyism , a doctrine that has been deemed heretical by most mainstream Christians. Though it has been used differently in the past, the term is now often used by certain believers to distinguish this particular event from the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to Earth, mentioned in Second Thessalonians , Gospel of Matthew , First Corinthians , and Revelation , often viewing it as preceding the Second Coming and followed by a 1, year millennial kingdom. The term "rapture" is especially useful in discussing or disputing the exact timing or the scope of the event, particularly when asserting the "pre-tribulation" view that the rapture will occur before, not during, the Second Coming, with or without an extended Tribulation period. There are differing views among Christians regarding the timing of Christ's return, such as whether it will occur in one event or two, and the meaning of the aerial gathering described in 1 Thessalonians 4. Most Christians do not subscribe to rapture-oriented theological views.
John C. Hagee, a televangelist who founded Christians United for Israel and leads a San Antonio megachurch, gave the closing benediction. Despite their comments about Jewish people, the two pastors are among the leading pro-Israel voices in the evangelical Christian world. Some evangelicals believe that American foreign policy should support Israel to help fulfill biblical prophecies about the second coming of Christ. The decision by Mr. 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.
All tax exempt charities and organizations are prohibited from directly supporting or opposing a political organization or political party. The EIN is The IRS has a very poor track record for penalizing these violations. In fact I was only able to find 1 story online about a church getting its tax exemption removed. You should watch his sermons on TV.