This morning, just after 5:00 a.m., we watched the second of the four blood moons. It was beautiful and different than the one that we observed this past February. As I write now, the sun is about to rise, and the moon has fallen below the treeline. I can just see the top sliver out the kitchen window. It was so beautiful, so coppery red, then so very dark, then coppery again around the edges and finally the sun's brilliant light began to illuminate the edges brightly. I have no doubt some of my west coast readers will see it all illuminate before their sunrise. My little camera just didn't take good photos. We made a memory as we bundled up and sat outside watching in the dark. I prayed and worshiped our Creator God.
Are you curious about the four blood moons and Bible prophecy? The interesting part about these blood moons is that they are on Jewish feast days.
Passover April 15, 2014,
Sukkot Oct 8, 2014,
(a solar eclypse) Nisan March 20, 2015
Passover 2015 and
Sukkot Septemeber 28, 2015.
I've read two books about it this year. The viewpoints are a bit different. They are Blood Moons Rising by Mark Hitchcock and Four Blood Moons by John Hagee. I invite you to take a look.
Mark Hitchcock's website.
All I can tell you for sure is that it's time to get serious about our relationship with Jesus, repent of our sins, turn from our wicked ways and pray for our nation and for Israel and for our unsaved loved ones.
Blessings to you,
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