About Jesus Steve Sweetman
Four Blood Moons
by John Hagee
I admit that this is a controversial subject as I type these words, here on Passover, April 15, 2014, where athe world has just experienced the fisrst of four blood moons in the next two years.
If you want to understand the thinking behind those who are excited about this subject, this is a good book to read.
On a personal level, I'm not one hundred percent sure if I embrace the thinking of this book, but it does make me wonder. It does make me want to keep my eyes open. I certainly don't want to miss something that is important. In a couple of years we will see what had transpired in 2014 and 2015.
One thing I'd like to point out is Hagee's use of Joel 2 and Acts 2 where the text states that the moon will be turned into blood. He interprets this to be a blood moon, that is, the moon appears red during a lunar eclipse. Well, the text does not say that the moon will look like blood. It states that it will become blood. I'm not sure how Hagee would respond to this.