It has been approximately seven months since I reported on the upcoming 2014-15 lunar and solar eclipses, which amazingly fall in succession on Jewish feast days. Each time these very rare eclipses occur on Jewish feast days, something significant happens prophetically. Let's not forget to be on the lookout for what will happen in 2015-16, or thereabout.

Lunar eclipse "blood moon"

The Word of God makes several references to the appearance of "blood moons" before the return of the Lord.  Jewish rabbis have always known the Biblical meaning of "blood moon," which refers to a lunar eclipse.

"The sun shall be turned to darkness (solar eclipse) and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of the Lord come" Joel 2:31. 

"The sun shall be turned into darkness and the moon into blood before the great and notable day of the Lord come" Acts 2:20. 

"And I beheld when He had opened the sixth seal and, lo, there was a great earthquake, and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair and the moon became as blood" Revelation 6:12. 

Prophetic evangelist Perry Stone, author and host of the Manna Fest television program, wrote a book in 2009 titled Unusual Prophecies Being Fulfilled, wherein he points out that there were frequent eclipses during major Jewish feast days and important historical events that occurred in Israel throughout history.  I have noted some excerpts from his book as follows:

"Pastor Mark Blitz of El Shaddai Ministries in Bonney Lake, Washington, has done the following research on the link between the eclipses and the feasts:"

These blood moons were seen in 1493-94, after the Jews had been expelled from Spain and Columbus discovered new land:
April 2, 1493:                 Passover
September 25, 1493:    Tabernacles
March 22, 1494:            Passover
September 15, 1494:    Tabernacles

The same pattern of lunar eclipses occurred after Israel was reestablished as a nation in 1948:

April 13, 1949:                 Passover
October 7, 1949:             Tabernacles
April 2, 1950:                   Passover
September 26, 1950:      Tabernacles

More lunar eclipses occurred in the years 1967-68, surrounding the Six Day War between Israel and the Arab nations in 1967:

April 24, 1967:              First day of Passover
October 18, 1967:        First day of Tabernacles
April 13, 1968:              First day of Passover
October 6, 1968:           First day of Tabernacles

All of the following lunar eclipses occur on Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles, except for the solar eclipses included in the lineup.  It is noteworthy that the Word of God tells us that "the sun will turn to darkness and the moon into blood before the great and notable day of the Lord" (Joel 2:31; Acts 2:20).

April 15, 2014:
                First day of Passover (Lunar eclipse)
April 29, 2014:
                (Solar eclipse)
October 8, 2014:            First day of Tabernacles (Lunar eclipse)
October 23, 2014        (Solar eclipse)
March 20, 2015:         
(Solar eclipse)
April 4, 2015:
                  First day of Passover (Lunar eclipse)
September 13, 2015:   
(Solar eclipse)             
September 28, 2015:    First day of Tabernacles (Lunar eclipse)

Historically, when these seven sets of four lunar eclipses occurred on the Jewish feast days, something great and notable happened.  If this set of eclipses in 2014-15 is not indicative of the return of the Lord, it is certainly leading to a great prophetic event, such as the impending "Gog/Magog" war spoken of in Ezekiel 38-39, which is a description of the coming war between Russia and her allies against Israel.  The "catching up of the saints," described in 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18, is certain to be drawing very near, because right after Ezekiel prophesies of the Gog/Magog war in chapters 38-39, he goes on to write in chapters 40-42 of the rebuilding of the Temple of God, then in chapters 43-48, he describes the Millennial Reign of God's kingdom on earth for one thousand years.  We are very close!   

If you are interested in seeing just how infrequently these series of eclipses occur, you can visit the NASA page of lunar eclipses for the years 2011 - 2020.

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