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The next series of four blood moons occurs at Passover and Sukkot in 2014 and 2015. In this riveting book, Hagee explores what these blood moons mean and why Christians must understand these signs and what they bode both for Israel and the world. Joel 2 and Acts 2 both state: "And I will show wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood and fire and pillars of smoke. The sun shall be turned into darkness [eclipse] and the moon into blood [eclipse] before the great and terrible day of the Lord comes."
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By Debbie on 06-28-14
Great Study about Israel and Current Times
Our Sunday School classes is doing this study. It is eye-opening. As a Christian, I have been aware that Israel is God's chosen people, and that God is, indeed in control of the sun, stars, and moon that he set into motion. But this in depth study of God's timing and the four blood moons, really helped me to see that we are to be watching for the signs that the Lord sends to us. God does not "forget" his promises or his people. No one knows the time, not even the Son who sits at the right hand of God, but we are commanded to watch and wait. If you are serious about watching for the signs, and loving God's chosen people, the Jewish nation of Israel, you will gain much from this audio book. I would suggest buying the kindle book and audio book together for an additional savings.
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By Joel on 12-18-13
Dose not deliver the promised title
What would have made Four Blood Moons better?
Focusing on the four blood moons. I love sermons but I did not but this book to hear one.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment. I was hoping for a detailed work on this phenomenon but what I got was a sermon with a little information on the Blood moons added. The author did a good job when focusing on this subject but I did not need the four hour back drop to his life.
Any additional comments?
I did not disagree with what the author had to say, but he did not focus on the main issue that was plastered on the front cover of his book.
11 of 14 people found this review helpful