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  1. One final post: Both the discoverer of the astronomical sign of tetrads falling on the Biblical feast days, Mark Biltz, and the one who popularized it, John Hagee, are in grave doctrinal error. Biltz, because of his vile heresy of Kabbalah which greatly dishonors the Lord Jesus Christ, and Hagee because of his dual salvation heresy, one for the Jews and another for others. However, the errors of these two false teachers do not change the fact that the tetrads falling on the feasts are a valid Biblical end time sign. The tetrads and other prophetic truths not known to true Baptists
  2. Well, well, well, HappyChristian: I have moderated groups for many, many years. Warm greetings when new members come in are appropriate and I am fair when giving warnings. Brother Alan tells me that Jim is a good man, and that is what I thought when he appoligized, but him liking the above Nicolaitan reprimand makes me wonder about his sincerity. Is this the way you treat new members of your churches?! Please remove me from Online Baptist. When applying somehow I came in both as JohnHenry and JohnBaptistHenry@yahoo.com. I asked a moderator to remove JohnBaptistHenry@yahoo.c
  3. Brother Jim, I accept your apology my brother, but it most certainly sounded like a dress down to me. About 1/3 of the Bible is prophetic, and it is a very wonderful subject. I love it! We need to study the whole Bible, but it seems that most preachers neglect this important subject. Thanks again for the apology. Your friend, John Henry
  4. But it's ok for others to do it to a newbie!? You guys are either not reading the thread before you pop off, or you're just piling on. The moderator spoke inappropriately, but he apologized and I accept his apology. Are you a Moderator? There are things I don't tolerate also, my friend.
  5. No, these tetrads and the other signs from heaven that occurred on set Feasts days were not revealed until modern times. You are, therefore, right about hindsight. However, during the period of the 795 / 796, 842 / 843 & 860 / 861 tetrads God raised up kings to keep the Moslems at bay, and out of Europe. If not we would all be speaking Arabic now. You are also likely right about the tetrads being on a cycle, but that does not change anything. God knows all and He knew when Israel would return to their Homeland, when they would regain the Capital, and when the UN would be
  6. Jim, Thank you for the not so warm welcome and the unwarranted dress down, Jim! We are in a Bible prophecy forum, are we not? The tetrads and other astronomical phenomenon falling on the feast days are Biblical prophecy and Biblical signs. You put me in a class with unbelievers and suggest that I am not interested in preaching the Gospel. You need to get off of your high horse, my friend. What wrong with you? And you are a Moderator?! And yes, this is a simple subject. John Henry
  7. Greetings, The Gregorian Calendar is the most widely used and easily understood calendar today. Hebrew calendars can be found at these links: Biblical Date Calendar, HebCal Conversion, Hebrew Date Converter . The Bible did not say that there would be eclipses when Israel was reestablished as a nation. It did, however, say there would be signs in heaven and they did coincide with Israel's founding. Luke 21:10-11, 25, 29-32: "Then said he unto them, Nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: 11 And great earthquakes shall be in
  8. Wow! You come up with some wild off the wall ideas! Where did I set a date? I have never set dates. Not a Rosenthal fan. Never studied anything of his. Briefly my end time beliefs are Pre-Tribulation Rapture, and no one knows the day or hour (Matt. 24:36), but we do know the generation (Matt 24:32-34). We are now in the last days. I've been trying to show you simple truth, but you come up with nutty false accusations.
  9. SEASONS & SIGNS SEASONS: What I am doing is comparing Scripture with Scripture to define the meaning of "SEASONS" in Genesis 1:14 and Leviticus 23:4 and to show that the "lights in the firmament of the heaven" are for the purpose of giving the "time appointed" for "the feasts of the LORD ... in their seasons." It can also be deduced from this that "moade" does not merely mean "time," but rather means "a time appointed" (Dan. 11:35, cf. 8:19, 11:27, 29) or "appointed times" (Jer. 8:7). Leviticus 23:4: "These are the feasts [Hebrew: moade] of the LORD, even holy convocati
  10. My work on the subject of astronomical phenomena falling on the Biblical feast days come from my own research from 1) the word of God, 2) Hebrew calendars, 3) NASA's web site, and 4) historical research. There is no need to be dismayed at the signs of heaven. God foretold of them and it cannot be denied that tetrads have occurred on Biblical feasts days, and that significant things have occurred during those periods. Again, this is a Scripturally valid issue for serious study. 1. Knowledge has increased, both Biblical and scientific, in these last days: Daniel 12:4
  11. LET US CUT THEM OFF FROM BEING A NATION Psalm 83:1-8, 13-18: "Keep not thou silence, O God: hold not thy peace, and be not still, O God. 2 For, lo, THINE ENEMIES make a tumult: and they that hate thee have lifted up the head. 3 They have taken crafty counsel against thy people, and consulted against thy hidden ones. 4 THEY HAVE SAID, COME, AND LET US CUT THEM OFF FROM BEING A NATION; THAT THE NAME OF ISRAEL MAY BE NO MORE IN REMEMBRANCE. 5 For they have consulted together with one consent: they are confederate against thee: 6 The tabernacles of Edom, and the Ishmaelites; of Moab,
  12. Oh, so Invicta is talking about John Nelson Darby of the original Plymouth Brethren? OK I get it now. I thought he was talking about Baptist brethren. No, Invicta, I have never read behind Darby, but am aware he was a Dispensationalist. He also taught on astronomical signs in heaven? If not what does a Protestant offshoot denomination have to do with the subject at hand?
  13. No, Christ's prophecies of Matthew 24, Mark 13 and Luke 21, all spoken by the Lord during His last week before His crucifixion, were end time prophesies, with the exception of the destruction of the Temple (Matt 24:1-2; Mk. 13:1-2; Lk 21:4-5) which was fulfilled by the Roman General Titus in 70 AD. In Matthew 24 the Lord answered similarly to the apostles question, "... Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?" (Matt. 24:3) That is, 1) when will the Temple be destroyed and 2) what would be the sign of His return. The
  14. If you don't believe the Protestant doctrines of Preterism, why did you say, "Luke 21:25, 28 refers to the time before the Roman conquest?" That is Preterism, my friend.
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