Regardless of whether you believe this is a signs from God or just a really cool rare event, it is so unique it will be worth watching. It happens Sunday September 27th between 9:00pm and 12:30pm ET. The moon is expected to take on the red tone around 10:00pm. This is a perfect time, as it will be dark enough to fully enjoy it, but not too late for those who have to get up for work Monday morning.
Tom Steele [09/26/2015 8:31 PM]
I have to see how it goes, in my Church, which is truly Pentecostal (World Harvest, Pastor Rod Parsley), I think they are planning some type of thing where we will be able to watch it after service together. Of course, Pastor Rod has been addressing this a lot this year, setting the record straight to all the doom and gloom messages surrounding it. Since the “worst case” scenario would be the rapture of the Church (technically, I guess that would be the best case for those of us who put our faith in God), a good place to be would be in the middle of a Holy Ghost service when it happens. I don’t foresee that happening tomorrow night though. The Bible says that Messiah will come as a thief in the night, and nobody will know the day or hour. It also tells us that the moon will turn to blood BEFORE the day of the Lord, not ON the day of the Lord.
John Kissinger [09/26/2015 10:54 PM]
John Kissinger [09/28/2015 12:47 AM]
it came, we saw it, now what?
Tom Steele [09/28/2015 8:20 AM]
We see what God does!
John Kissinger [09/28/2015 9:46 AM]
true Alan N Carla Smith
Alan N Carla Smith [09/28/2015 9:54 AM]
lol… I didn’t actually see it, too many clouds. now what, you ask… we keep occupying until Christ comes back to get us. That could be TODAY!!! HE comes in an hour that you aren’t expecting HIM.
John Kissinger [09/28/2015 10:21 AM]
slept through the whole thing 🙂
Tom Steele [09/28/2015 10:23 AM]
I was thinking about that this morning, today would be a good day, because all of the people who made this out to be some type of rapture thing would be in a state of ‘let down’ and nobody would be expecting Him today since He didn’t come back last night during the eclipse.