This thing I want to explain why I left Dispensationalism and went for Classical Premillennial is the four blood moons. And I'm also avoiding the consideration of reformed theology or replacement theology where those teachings deny that there is coming for a one world government and they will just say that Jesus will come back at any moment and the world would eventually end, and they imply that the physical martyrdom in the first century is already happening in our christian lifestyle, in other words a spiritual martyrdom or remaining faithful until the end of time. We do have to remain in the faith, but Revelation 2:10 we also have to die as martyrs for Christ.
The Christians from first century through the time of the pilgrimage to America, the execution of Japanese Christians (Christianity was introduced to Japan, banned by the Emperor, and the resurfaced at the end of World War II) and the Holocaust, the Communist regime of Russia when it was the Soviet Union and China. These Christians have suffered and died as martyrs for hundreds of years.
Why do we have to suffer for Christ when the New world order happens?
The Four Blood Moons that were taught by John Hagee and Mark Blitz claims that the first four set of blood moons occurred in 1948, 1967, and 1972. Those dates are not correct, NASA said that the set of blood moons occurred n 1949-1950.
The Book of Revelation teaches that there's only one blood moon (not four) and it's going to be either supernatural or probably referring to World War III. I'm guessing that World War III is the blood moon of Revelation. The Four Blood Moons is an error of Dispensationalism to prove that Jesus will come before the tribulation. 1 Corinthians 15:52 makes it clear that Jesus will come at the end of the Tribulation. Furthermore, it make a bad excuse why we as Christians must die as martyrs for Christ, and why the Church must suffer during the Tribulation.
Friday, April 4, 2014
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