Buy Four Blood Moons: The Captivating Book on God’s Prophecy
Since the beginning of humankind until today there is not a single civilisation that has not tried to explain existence and death and link them to God. There is that inner need to feel connected to our maker and understand the essence of life. In times of trouble, when there seems to be no way out and we feel like we have ran out of possible solutions, we turn to God through our prayers. We feel relieved when we see our prayers have been answered, but it is just as important knowing how to be grateful and appreciate God even in the happiest of times. Nowadays, living in such a busy world, it is easy to be led astray and drift away from our faith.
When we try to get back on track, feeding the mind is essential to stay on the same wavelength with faith. Along with having the holy book, the Bible, as part of your home library, it is good to renew it with something that breaks from the usual norm and offers a more detailed insight. Whenever it comes to religion, we see science on the opposing side, but what if you could find the book that is the perfect blend of scripture and science as well as history and still spreads the word of God? As it happens, the New York Times best-selling author John Hagee has undertaken the task of gathering all the knowledge, scripture notes and facts and sharing them with the world in his Four Blood Moons book.
Whenever our faith is shaken, we search for proofs that would show us God is listening, but are we really as attentive as we think we are? Four Blood Moons delves into God’s connection with the elements of nature, and by controlling the sun and the moon, He is sending us the signals we long for. Author John Hagee, who is also a pastor and the founder of the San Antonio Cornerstone Church in Texas, has explained this through the occurrence of red moons and their significance in the Jewish history. The occurrence of the series of four lunar eclipses, also known as lunar tetrads, is connected to some important Jewish events, such as the beginning of persecution and expulsion of Jews from the Spanish Inquisition at 1492, the War of Independence in 1948, and the Six-Day War in 1967.
The reason for the reference of astronomical signs as prophetic ones is because of the way The Day of the Lord is mentioned in the Bible: “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the Lord comes.” Though it might seem like a book about the end of the world, it is much more about God’s prophecy through astronomy and the change in Christianity – rather than being considered separate parts of it as was the case in the past. Whether it is being labelled as Catholic, Orthodox or Anglican for instance, we all believe in the same God and we should be aware this is what unites us.