The Blood Moons are a sign but not THE sign

2 Responses to “The Blood Moons are a sign but not THE sign”

  1. ian vincent Says:

    Jesus said that signs in the heavens will herald His coming. The issue is over how people interpret the significance of the present tetrad. As far as im aware the present tetrad coinciding with 4 feast days is the first time it’s ever happened. It’s up to the individual how they interpret the prophetic significance. The probability that the present tetrad lining up is merely a coincidence would be very low. If that’s the case, then it’s not unreasonable to consider it a supernatural sign. God said He will give signs in the heavens. People can either interpret the signs either rightly or wrongly.

    A simple interpretation of it would be simply as a reminder who is in control of the destiny of the human race, that He holds the earth, planets, moon, stars in perfect synchronization, and man should fear this God and repent.

    But specifically, i think we should interpret the fact that the 4 lunar eclipses coincide with Jewish feast days as a warning to Israel, the Jewish people.

    And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring;
    (Luke 21:25)

    There will be signs (plural) and then there will be the final sign (singular). The current blood moons are signs but not “the sign” of His coming.

  2. ian vincent Says:

    If any one has seen the video i added it as an example of how not to approach a subject: not to use strawman arguments. This is a classic strawman. Just bcos people interpret something wrongly or draw wrong conclusions that does not prove there is no significance to the subject. That’s a wrong assumption to begin with.

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