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A War of Israel's Survival (Four Blood Red Moon Prophecy)

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Submitted by Tom (United States), Jun 1, 2013 at 11:51

Israel's war of independence for its survival was in 1948. Two Passovers and two Sukkots for 1949-1950 equal four blood red moons following Israel's independence. Israel in 1967 had one blood red moon before the Six Day War and 3 blood red moons to follow representing two Passovers and two Sukkots.

2014-2015 there will be four blood red moons. Two on Passovers and two on Sukkots. The year before is 2013. This seems like the year Damascus (Isaiah 17:1) will be destroyed and Ephraim (Isaiah 17:3) will be in ruins also. People in these areas should believe God's word and move out of those areas before they are destroyed. The Jihadist state after Damascus is destroyed they will attack Israel. The Psalms 83:1-18 war will follow Assad's regimes end. Know about these wars. Knowledge will save lives.

This is just my opinion but since 1948 and 1967 were wars for Jewish survival people should take this prophecy seriously for the prophecy will be fulfilled sometime in the future if not 2013 then not much later.


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