Four Blood Moons: Something is About to Change - Section 3, Chapter 12 – Section 3, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

John Hagee
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Section 3, Chapter 12 – Pastor Hagee recalls Pastor Mark’s question about the study of the stars, moon, and sun. Lunar signs could be messages for Israel, Hagee explains recalling, since God is the defender of Israel. Feasts of the Lord are intended to bring the hearts and minds of people toward God, and there are seven such Feasts. Each Feasts involves a glimpse of God’s prophetic plan. Passover, which begins on the fifteenth day of the Jewish month Nissan, is the first of two major festivals with significance in the Tetrad. Agriculturally, Passover is the beginning of harvest season in Israel, but historically, it is related to Exodus. Passover is a time of redemption. The Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) occurs beginning on the fifteenth day of the Jewish month of Tishri. It commemorates the forty years of desert wandering. Agriculturally, it...

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