THIS SUNDAY’S FOURTH ‘BLOOD MOON’ —
WHAT IS GOD’S DIVINE BILLBOARD SAYING?
Pastor John Hagee, Author of NYT’s Bestseller ‘Four Blood Moons’
|SAN ANTONIO— A total lunar eclipse will occur this Sunday evening, resulting in the fourth and final “blood moon” of the 2014-2015 Tetrad (a series of four blood moons). A “blood moon,” occurs as red light passes through the earth’s atmosphere and is bent toward the moon during the eclipse, resulting in a reddish glow. And many sky watchers will view it with far more than astronomical interest.
Several Tetrads have occurred since NASA first recorded them, but Tetrads linked to the Feasts of the Lord and significant Jewish history have taken place only three times in more than 500 years. The Tetrad of 2014-2015 is the fourth and the last of this kind in the 21st century. Rarely do Scripture, science and historical events align; yet the current “four blood moons” have fallen on the Jewish holy days of Passover 2014, Sukkot 2014, Passover 2015 and now Sukkot 2015.
Pastor John Hagee of San Antonio is author of the current New York Times bestsellers “Four Blood Moons” (also a feature-length film) and “The Three Heavens.” Pastor Hagee believes this exceptional celestial alignment is consistent with biblical prophecy and with God’s unfolding message to humankind. Hagee echoes both Christian and Jewish scholars who believe that “God is trying to tell us something!”
For a theological perspective on Sunday’s night sky, Sept. 28 (overnight on the 27th and in the early morning hours of the 28th) blood moon eclipse—the fourth and final Blood Moon aligning with the Jewish Feasts in this century, go to GETV.ORG on September 27 at 8 p.m. Central. Pastor John Hagee releases a brand new program, “The Revelation of Four Blood Moons,” with more insight into how recent world events line up with this rare celestial event.
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