Common Sense, Prophecy and Blood Red Moons

Posted by on Apr 18, 2014 in Theology

While it may be popular to look for esoteric signs and wonders, Jesus had a very different attitude. He condemned the Pharisees for wanting dramatic signs and told His disciples to use their ability to observe and common sense to deduce what was about to happen. “You know how to interpret the weather signs in the sky but you don’t know how to interpret the signs of the times.” (Matt. 16:3).” …you can know without being told that summer is near. Just so, when you see the events I’ve described beginning to happen, you can know his return is very near……” (Matt 24:32,33).

Using one’s God given common sense it was not hard to predict that with exponential population implosion  because of abortion, the free market economy could not work and there would be economic confusion and hard times. With that now happening it isn’t hard to foresee that governments will coalesce and agree to have a cashless society run from a central source. It is also possible to guess that some European, Asian and Muslem nations will form an alliance to invade Israel opposed by English speaking nations. The ensuing nuclear bomb, rocket and gun fight will put so much dust into the air that the sun will be darkened and the moon go red then “not give her light” as written about in Isiah, Ezekiel, Acts and Revelation. But what will really shake people up is “the roaring seas (tsunamis) and strange tides. The courage of many people will falter because the fearful fate they see coming upon the earth because the stability of the very heavens will be broken up” (Luke 21:25,26) This could happen as the increased drag of the denser atmosphere further slows the rotations then the revolutions and so the earth’s orbit decays resulting in tectonic shifts with earth quakes, tidal waves etc. The essential question is, who then will turn humbly to God in repentance and who will continue to walk proudly and shake their fists at the Almighty.         –         The Christians. 17/4/2014