Four Blood Moons: Something is About to Change - Section 3, Chapter 15 – Section 3, Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

John Hagee
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Section 3, Chapter 15 – The third Tetrad occurs in 1967-68. 1967 is the year that the city of Jerusalem is reunited with Israel for the first time in nineteen hundred years. The blood moons occur on Passover, April 24, 1967; Tabernacles, October 18, 1967; Passover, April 13, 1968; and Tabernacles, October 6, 1968. Since is rebirth, Israel is constantly under attack, including right from the start when seven Arab nations attack Israel, and are defeated. In the 1950s, Egypt attacks Israel and loses the Sinai Peninsula. In 1967, Arab nations again go after Israel. Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon along with Iraq, Kuwait, Sudan, and Algeria stand by. Nearly half-a-million troops from Egypt, Jordan, and Syria prepare to invade Israel. The following war is a war of miracles, called the Six-Day War. Journalists around the world see Israel’s success in the war as divine intervention. Jerusalem, held under Jordanian control, is liberated...

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