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Super Blood Wolf Moon

What is your opinion about the coming super blood wolf moon on January 20th, 2019?

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My own opinion is that apocalyptic signs in the sun or moon would be visible all over the world simultaneously.

Last night's lunar eclipse was visible only in North America.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 1/21/19


Steveng: What? Those peaceful Muslims attacked Jews? Maybe they attacked under the blood moon because they are bloody murderers and Allah is the ancient pagan MOON god of Arabia.


---jerry6593 on 1/21/19


Just to let you know that as soon as the lunar eclipse began Syria has bombarded Israel with missiles and now Israel is now retaliating with a barrage of missiles. I'm presently watching live videos from Damascus.

It's now 8pm California time.
---Steveng on 1/20/19


Samuel:

In agreement with you - as that's supposed to be our striving as Christians and as what THE LORD desires from all of HIS OWN: To share The Gospel to others and in accordance to HIS SPIRIT LEADING to those (many so close to ourselves and still spiritually lost) that are awaiting to hear THE WAY of Salvation that is only through our LORD JESUS CHRIST!

It's true that THE LORD prophesied many of those things that we are experiencing now, but it's better not to make our own assumptions about things and just remain firm and solid under our faith and commitment unto THE LORD and as HE leads us to use the time properly that we still have, to proclaim the Good News of Salvation - for in that - we are showing GOD'S LOVE to others!
---Melody on 1/20/19


No opinion since it means nothing.

We need to be telling everyone about Jesus and that he died and rose again. That he loves us and wants us to be Born Again. That is what we are supposed to be concentrating on.
---Samuelbb7 on 1/20/19




Anyone who claims they have never suffered as a Christian TODAY, have never been saved by GRACE through faith. It's clearly a telling sign they are not saved.

1 Peter 4:1-13. Is just one place out of so many many. Phil 3 ...the fellowship of His suffering. Another.

Those who today who have departed from these truths are lost as lost can be, no matter if they believe they are prepared to suffer through the great Tribulation but not now.
---kathr4453 on 1/20/19


I don't know which disgusts me more - Christians who fear the Second Coming of Christ because they fear His judgment, or Christians who eagerly yearn for World War III and the Apocalypse and the death of billions, just because that means Christ will return soon.---StrongAxe

StrongAxe
Thats why I wish the pretribulation rapture teachings were true, so I wouldnt be here for all that suffering. If we are still alive when it happens, we will die for Christ. And honor to be sure, but not something I look forward to.
---David on 1/20/19


Cluny asusualyouassumewaytoomuch
---Steveng on 1/19/19


I don't know which disgusts me more - Christians who fear the Second Coming of Christ because they fear His judgment, or Christians who eagerly yearn for World War III and the Apocalypse and the death of billions, just because that means Christ will return soon.

We are just told to make sure that we're diligently doing our work when he DOES come, whenever that happens to be.
---StrongAxe on 1/19/19


The return of Christ worries many Christians. The question is, Why are they worried about an event Christians should look forward to?

I wish the Rapture teachings were true, and not a Fable. But the Bible teaches there is much which must happen, before Christ returns.
---David on 1/19/19




I don't read the Bible for implied anything.

And I know Biblical Greek. You clearly do not.

Did you know that?

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 1/18/19


Steve: You got me. It is a solar eclipse. But this implied separation is just plain nuts, IMHO.



---jerry6593 on 1/18/19


Cluny, there are certain words and phrases that imply a separation.


Did you know that?
---Steveng on 1/17/19


\\By the way, there is no association between the sun and the moon in Act 2:20. They are two separate events separated by a comma.
---Steveng on 1/17/19\\

Steveng, there are no punctuation marks in Biblical Greek.

Did you know that?

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 1/17/19


Jerry, you need to know the difference between a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse.

The moon turns red during a lunar eclipse where the sun's light is refracted and all the color frequencies (remember the rainbow) are absorbed in the atmosphere except for the red frequency which continues through the atmosphere into space making the moon appear red. The moon cannot turn red without the sun's light.

During a solar eclipse, the moon is between the earth and the sun turning the day dark.

By the way, there is no association between the sun and the moon in Act 2:20. They are two separate events separated by a comma.
---Steveng on 1/17/19


jerry6593:

Acts 2:20 could easily describe both solar and lunar eclipses. These often occur two weeks apart. They were also fairly rare, and in primitive cultures without good knowledges of astronomy, rare astronomic phenomena were frequently interpreted as divine portents, and inspired great fear.

2:19: "And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath, blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke"

Signs in the heavens include eclipses, comets, meteors, novas, etc. Signs in the earth include earthquakes, volcanoes, etc.
---StrongAxe on 1/17/19


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The super blood moon is just an astronomical phenomenon associated with a lunar eclipse and the refractive properties of the earth's atmosphere - nothing more.

The scriptural reference below associates the sun's darkness with the blood moon.

Act 2:20 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable day of the Lord come:

Such an event happened in New England in 1780. Look up the "Dark Day".


---jerry6593 on 1/17/19


i have not formed an opinion concerning this
---Chria9396 on 1/17/19


\\ The orthodox church is a denomination based upon non-profit status of any country's legal system - any branch that is recognized as part of the christian faith.
---Steveng on 1/15/19\\

Prove it, please.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 1/16/19


When the Orthodox churches were formed, there was no such thing as non-profits. StevenG...You are so misinformed about church history. It's not about denomination or which church is right. IT'S ABOUT JESUS!!!
---KarenD on 1/16/19


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The orthodox church is a denomination based upon non-profit status of any country's legal system - any branch that is recognized as part of the christian faith.
---Steveng on 1/15/19


\\There isn't one in thought among all the denominations. Is Christ divided? \\

That's why I'm Orthodox. We're PRE-denominational.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 1/15/19


Melody said, " Discern entirely what's behind the question and as THE LORD admonish us: "Wait before you give your opinion in respect to the question, but don't judge for words that the other person has not said it yet - as from that, GOD'S Wisdom and Sensitivity comes from!"

WHERE is that quote in Scripture? BCV please!
---Monk_Brendan on 1/15/19


Steveng:

My point was, you always condemn everyone who is a member of a denominational church. Jesus didn't come to condemn. That wasn't his job then, and isn't ours now either.

He was shown a woman taken in adultery - a capital offense, yet despite the seriousness of her crime, he did not condemn her. His criteria for condemnation was, "Let he who is free of sin throw the first stone". Shouldn't that be our criteria as well? Too many people on these blogs have their itchy trigger fingers set to "condemn now, ask questions later".

As to the blog topic, I've stated my opinion, but since nobody has actually commented on that, I see nothing further to add yet.
---StrongAxe on 1/15/19


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KarenD wrote: "If Jesus was posting on these blogs I would give thanks to HIM for dying for me."

People on these blogs wouldn't recognize him among all the other opinions. He would just be another faceless poster.

KarenD wrote: "Sad that you would put yourself on same level as the Lord."

You assume way too much. It's becoming a habit with many posters. As I posted to cluny, No one is.
---Steveng on 1/15/19


Steveng...If Jesus was posting on these blogs I would give thanks to HIM for dying for me. Sad that you would put yourself on same level as the Lord.
---KarenD on 1/14/19


Cluny wrote: "...but I don't have enough faith to believe that you are on the same spiritual level as our Savior."

No one is.

Strongaxe wrote ".., accused all organized churches of being "false denominational churches","

The meaning of "church" is completely different today than in Jesus' time. Today it means a building or a denomination which both are built by man's hands. The world is filled with a whole lot more than 75,000 different denominations each having their own rituals, traditions, ways of living and interpretations of the bible. There isn't one in thought among all the denominations. Is Christ divided?
1 Corinthians 1:13

But let's get back to the topic.
---Steveng on 1/14/19


Steveng:

You don't merely ask questions and ask opinions. You have also repeatedly, on many many occasions, accused all organized churches of being "false denominational churches", and condemned everyone who is a member of such churches.

KarenD has given no indication that she would accuse Jesus of being a narcissist, yet you just accused her of doing something you just pulled out of your own head! Why are you so obsessed with accusing people that you feel compelled to do it so frequently, even to the point of making things up? (You're not the only one. There are several others on these blogs who do the same.)
---StrongAxe on 1/14/19


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I'm sorry, Steveng, but I don't have enough faith to believe that you are on the same spiritual level as our Savior.

Christ is baptized! In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/14/19


KarenD wrote: "Steveng is a narcissist who just likes to argue."

You would accuse Jesus the same thing if he were on these blogs.

You, and a few other people on these blogs, assume way too much. You would even accuse Jesus as being a "narcissist." Take a look at the many posts and you'll find that many of you constantly bicker among each other - even to the point of calling each other names. Is that christian-like?

As I posted a few times in the past that the reason I ask questions is because people, christian and non-christian, in my part of the world ask me questions and all I want to know is your opinions - and that is all I get on these blogs.
---Steveng on 1/14/19


There are blood moons (i.e. lunar eclipses) approximately twice a year. They happen twice as often as anniversaries. They have no spiritual significance per se. Yes, Revelation may mention one specific blood moon, but assuming that any specific blood moon is that particular one (without all the other signs being in place) is grasping at straws.

Doomsday prophets have been predicting the exact day of the Apocalypse for generations. All this does is to cause disappointment from their believers and ridicule from their unbelievers whenever they are proved wrong. The harmful end result is like that of The Boy Who Cried Wolf: people are so jaded about false predictions that when the REAL apocalypse happens, they will ignore the signs.
---StrongAxe on 1/14/19


I will show wonders in the heavens and on the earth, blood and fire and billows of smoke. The sun will be turned to darkness and the moon to blood before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD. (Joel 2:30-31, NIV)

The sun will be turned to darkness and the moon to blood before the coming of the great and glorious day of the Lord. (Acts 2:20, NIV)

I watched as he opened the sixth seal. There was a great earthquake. The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red, (Revelation 6:12, NIV)
---Robert on 1/14/19


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\\Is not honorable for anyone to make assumptions of something before you have heard the entire perspective of the person, \\

You mean like you do with me, Melody?

I looked up about blood moons. It's a mere astronomic phenomenon. The rumor that they have spiritual significance was started by John Hagee, so consider the source.

Christ is baptized? In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/13/19


Melody: Cluny: Is not honorable for anyone to make assumptions of something before you have heard the entire perspective of the person,//

& #129300,

REALLY?

WHAT?

SERIOUSLY?

Melody, MAKING ASSUMPTIONS is in your blood!

***Oh, yes! - and Nicole always striving to bring that religion higher over the true Christian denominations (call it what you want to call it) - it doesn't change what they have been and are under - separated from THE LORD because of their false/heretic idolatrous doctrines and of which is clearly you are a promoter: "Woe to her that is..She obeyed not the voice, she received not correction, she trusted not in THE LORD, she drew not near to GOD".
---Melody on 1/10/19
---Nicole_Lacey on 1/13/19


Karen:

I appreciate your message but the is this: That some others here are as well, not only giving their 'ego'the glory, but on top of that - they are constantly blaspheming GOD'S HOLINESS AND WORD with the uplifting their corrupt/idolatrous doctrines and why the true Christians keep quiet about it - didn't THE LORD say that we should be ready at all times to be Witnesses unto HIM and exposing the darkness as it is and that by sharing THE LIGHT OF THE GOSPEL to bind it and defeat it? - lets' strive for that!

I may not go along with Steve's own beliefs, but what I said it was right: Let him explain why his question is all about and then decide in our answer, right?
---Melody on 1/13/19


Melody...Some of us have seen so many of Steveng'd posts on here that we know where he is coming from. No need to assume anything with him. Cluny is right on. Steveng is a narcissist who just likes to argue.
---KarenD on 1/12/19


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Steven:

What's your concern about it? - probably in reference to the 'last days time' that we are living? - Please be welcome to share and may THE LORD'S BLESSINGS be upon us all, to be prepared for HIS CALLING upon us individually and be ready and blessed to be under HIS PRESENCE and Eternal Kingdom - for the truth is this: "This earthly life is so short - compared to The Eternal One" - and that assurance we all need in our hearts from THE LORD - THE ONLY WAY unto our redemption - now and forever: "Seek HIM, while the time permits". . . for tomorrow only THE LORD knows!
---Melody on 1/12/19


Cluny:

Is not honorable for anyone to make assumptions of something before you have heard the entire perspective of the person, and you are acting immaturely by doing that about the subject above, in Christian sensitivity: Discern entirely what's behind the question and as THE LORD admonish us: "Wait before you give your opinion in respect to the question, but don't judge for words that the other person has not said it yet - as from that, GOD'S Wisdom and Sensitivity comes from!

We all as imperfect sinners that we are - we fail- but of course under GOD'S PLAN for our lives - may those mistakes we make - be a lesson for in the future do the right thing!
---Melody on 1/12/19


Does the worldly denominational "church" of Steveng think it has any spiritual significance?

Christ is baptized! In the Jordan!
---Cluny on 1/12/19


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