Protestant Church of America                        Blood Moons & the Feasts of Israel When the Feasts of Israel and blood moons are tied to together there have been significant prophetic events occur against Israel during that year. These blood moon ties predict bad events for Israel. Listed below are past events that occurred on blood moons & the feast day occurrences during that year. en *162-163 A.D. Worst early Christian Persecutions *795-796 A.D. 1st Islamic invasion & murder of Christians (the white horse rides) *842-843 A.D. 2nd Islamic invasion & murder of Christians *860-861 A.D Further Islamic invasions & murder of Christians *1493-1494 A.D. Anti Christ tares spread to the Americas 9 September: Battle of Krbava Field muslims kill 10,000 Christian Soldiers and takes the Kingdom of Croatia. 3 May: First Battle of Acentejo savages kill 1,000 of the forces of the Christian Conquistadores.   * These are scientific estimations* No more blood moons occur until 1949 1949 28 April:  The Anglo-Israel Christian Empire of Britain ends with the London Declaration. 29 August:  USSR detonates “Joe 1” 23 September: President Truman announces USSR’s bomb & ends Christian America’s monopoly on nuclear weapons.  01 October: Christian China falls to the Anti-Christ communists. 1950 31 January: Last Pro-USA troops in China surrender. 11 February: Anti-Christ communists attack French in Vietnam. 12 February: Anti-Christ communists riot in Paris France. 25 June: North Korean commies attack South Korea 15 August: 8.6 earthquake in Tibet. 17 August: U.S. Prisoners of war massacred by North Korean communists. 12 September: Anti-Christ communists riot in Berlin Germany. 19 October: Chinese communist invade Korea. 1967 *Communist race riots & the San Francisco summer of perversions and the defiling of the children of Israel (also call the summer of love) last all year. The sodomization of America. 14 April: 10,000 Communists in San Francisco march against freedom in Vietnam. 08 June: Modern Israel attacks the USS Liberty for several hours killing 37 American soldiers. 14 June: Communist China detonates H-bomb. 04 July: The United Kingdom turns against God’s laws and decriminalizes sodomy. 18 July: The United Kingdom announces the closure of their Malaysia- Singapore bases. 29 July: The U.S.S. Forestall disaster kills 134. 7 August: Red China announces support for communist in Vietnam. 21 August: PRC announces the shoot down of U.S. planes. 1968 **Abomination of desolation begins after the Edomites take Jerusalem & the temple. *Communist Khmer rouge formed this year and later kills millions; 1/3rd of their country. January: Tet offensive begins in Vietnam 11 April: The communists Civil Rights act passes 22 May: The U.S.S. scorpion sinks killing 99 sailors. 21 August: Warsaw Pact countries invade Czechoslovakia. 22-30 August: Communist riot outside the democratic convention. 16 October: Communist Americans give black power salute at the Olympics. 22 October: Communistic Gun Control act passes. 22 November: The luciferian hybridization plan for the creation of the North American brown man begins with a psychological attack. The sociological mind control event was instituted with the first interracial kiss on T.V.: In an episode of star trek. our messiah Jesus Christ and the Feasts of Israel  The Feasts of Israel are tied to significant prophetic events of our Messiah Jesus Christ. Listed below are events on the Feasts of Israel and the relationship of the Old Testament and the New Testament. 1. The Passover- The 14th day of Abib.        Old Testament: For remembrance for freedom from Egyptian bondage and to remind Israel that if they do what God tells them to he will save them. On this day in particular by the blood of the sacrificed Lamb being placed on the door posts of the Hebrews for salvation from the destroyer. The Destroyer Passed over and did not kill their first born.         New Testament: Jesus was crucified on the cross for the sacrifice for our sin, so that we can have freedom from the bondage of sin. The Lamb of God gave his life blood to save us from sin and death, if we will do what he has told us to. Repent, be baptized, keep the commandments of God and have the testimony of Jesus Christ.  2. The Feast of Unleavened Bread:        15th day of Abib.            Old Testament: Commemorates the hardships of the people of Israel, during their flight to escape the bondage of Egypt.            New Testament: The body of Jesus Christ is placed into the tomb.                                                                       3. The Feast of First Fruits: 16th day of Abib.             Old Testament: This day is to dedicate the First Fruits of the Barley harvest to God Almighty.             New Testament: Jesus Christ is resurrected on this day.  Jesus is the first of the first fruits showing us the way to resurrection. 4. The Feast of Pentecost:                            On the day after the 7th Sabbath              Old Testament: 3,000 are slain for turning away from God, after Mosses returns from mountains with the Commandments of God. Dedicated to the first fruits of the wheat harvest.              New Testament: 3,000 are saved when the Holy Spirit comes upon them, during St. Peters sermon of the Pentecost. They repent, and are Baptized in the name of Jesus Christ. They are led to God, through Jesus Christ.               Today: it is most likely the day when the major events of tribulation will begin. 5. The Feast of Trumpets :              Old Testament: A day to proclaim Liberty and ushers in the Sabbatical month.             New Testament: This is the day of the rapture. A day to proclaim Liberty. The day of the last trump when the mystery of God is revealed. The day the dead rise and Jesus sends his angels to gather us up, just before he sends down fire to destroy the unrepentant.  6. The Day of Atonement:                          10th day of the 7th month.              Old Testament: This is the day  for the atonement of sins. This is done by giving sacrifices at the Temple.              New Testament:  This is the day Jesus will intercede for us to the Father on judgement day, because Jesus has atoned for our sin. Jesus is our perfect sacrifice for our sin. 7. The Feast of Tabernacles:               Old Testament: This is done to remember God’s protection and shelter, during the Hebrews years of wandering in the wilderness and to rejoice for the completion of harvest.                New Testament: Jesus brings the Kingdom of Heaven and rules for 1,000 years. Thus, giving us protection and shelter. This completes the harvest for God’s Kingdom.                                                       Repent now and be Baptised! Months of the Hebrew Calendar The Jewish use two different calendars one for the sacred feasts and one for the civil year. The names of these months are unclear due to the Babylonian corruption. Only the names of four Hebrew months are found in the old Testament. The sacred year begins with the spring equinox and follows with these month: 1st month- March/ April 2nd month- April/ May 3rd month- May/ June 4th Month- June/ July 5th Month- July/ August 6th Month- August/ September 7th Month- September/ October 8th Month- October/ November 9th Month- November/ December 10th Month- December/ January 11th Month- January/ February 12th Month- February/ March Become a true Christian:  * Love the Lord thy God (Mat.22 v. 37) * Believe in and on the Lord, Saviour and Redeemer Jesus Christ (John 3:16) * Repent and be Baptised. (Acts 2:38, 22:16, 1 Peter 3:21, Mark 6:12) * Confess (Romans 10:9) * Keep the commandments of God and have faith in and testimony of the Lord, Saviour and Messiah Jesus Christ. (Rev. 12:17, Deut. 30:16, Rev.14:12) * Have a sword. (Luke 22:36) * Have a shelter to enter into. (Isaiah 26:20,21) * Have supplies to last to the end. (Mark 13:13 Matt. 25:1-12) * Come out of Babylon. 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