Hagee's predictions are very clear. Armageddon, the final battle, could begin, he wrote in his 2007 book "Jerusalem Countdown," "before this book gets published."
The Antichrist "will be the head of the European Union," he writes.
Using geographical calculations based on the Book of Revelation, he writes that Israel will be covered in "a sea of human blood" in the final battle.
The Jews, however, will survive the battle, Hagee says, long enough to have "the opportunity to receive Messiah, who is a rabbi known to the world as Jesus of Nazareth."
"They will be blessed beyond their wildest imagination," he writes.
Source:by Ben Smith. POLITICO. May 15, 2008.
Self-styled Fundamentalist, literalist, "End Times" people have been attempting to calculate the end for many, many centuries. They never get it right, because that's not how the real revelation unfolds to people. There are endless twists and turns associated with such calculations. There are endless ways of taking or interpreting the various words and numbers in combination.
The proper way to "know" is the way Jesus knew. He said that one is to read the signs of the times and to not mistake smaller events for the big one(s). He explained that the people in Israel and Judea were in for a major attack. Their temple would be leveled, which it was. It would end the age, which it did. He also explained that that wouldn't be the last of it. There is an age to come (which we are in) and an age to come after that and another and another. This age doesn't end with the end of time.
No one knows the exact hour of these things save God the Father, per Jesus Christ. Not even Jesus knew when he was here. He said so. Read it.
But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father. Mark 13:32
Tell the liars that you aren't listening to them anymore.
This shows that those who push the Triune God of the Nicene Creed have never really understood what they are talking about, because they've always wrongly insisted that Jesus knew everything as God the Father knows everything — something Jesus disputed when Jesus said he, Jesus, didn't know the exact hour when the temple would come down but that God the Father did know.
That is reconcilable with Jesus being God's son and sharing all with God the Father though. Wrap you mind around it, because it's true!
Understand though that the Nicene Creed was devised by those of greed. They were forced by the Roman Emperor, Constantine I, who usurped Christianity for militant, imperial ends (an abomination). Nothing right has come of that wrongly oriented church since. That's a fact. It's why they have never brought forth and aren't about to now, regardless of John Hagee sucking up to them and to the false-Zionists.
What makes John Hagee or his followers imagine they know anything?
Hagee has the revelation of Jesus wrong. Hagee doesn't teach the figurative aspects of the whole Biblical revelation. He takes it as literally as possible without understanding that doing that is a recipe for failure. It's a trap for the selfish hearted. He also preaches violence, while that's the exact wrong spirit. He will never be given the real prophecy.
Much of the prophecy of the Book of Revelation and of Daniel has already taken place. The point is that history repeats itself, because the people fail to learn lessons passed or of the past. The pattern repeats even though the circumstances or setting and the cast of characters "modernize."
Something people are failing to understand is the truth that there are many mansions in God's house. There are an infinite number of mansions. They are made and torn down. Only one is forever even the one Jesus went on ahead to make. You might think that's not possible; however, it's a completely reconcilable paradox.
I am contributing to that now. I am entering into the labors of Jesus Christ. Are you? Will you? John Hagee and John McCain aren't.
Who else is telling you these things? Tell me. Tell me where else you are hearing the truth. I want to know. Tell me who else has told you the truth that Jesus didn't know every detail of everything to come.
Look, you think I'm alone, but read what he said: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it. Matthew 7:14
Few! When billions receive it, it will be as lightening from one end of the sky to the other. There won't be any wondering about it. Everyone will know for sure — no doubting.
Do you think 800 million souls calling themselves Roman Catholics have found it? Where's their purely good harvest by which I may know the tree and root? Do you think millions of Southern Baptists have found it? Who's bringing forth? Who's even calling for it? Is the pope? He is not! Who's calling for the Christian Commons? Who's telling you that Jesus was a communist — not a Marxist, but a real communist? There are a few here and there telling some truths about Jesus and communism, but very few are saying join in bringing forth the Christian Commons, which Commons is/are completely consistent with Jesus's teachings.
The stark contrasts are there to see.
Those who know the truth are to conflate and bring forth. Those who don't, don't have the truth. That's the way of it.
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