Blood red moon during an eclipse (AP photo)

It’s 1:12am in Denver, and I’m awake with my wife, Lynn, our oldest son, Caleb, and my nephew, Luke. We’re watching the first total lunar eclipse — a startling blood red moon — during the Winter solstice since 1638. The next one like this doesn’t occur until December 21, 2094.

It’s particularly interesting in light of two Bible prophecies:

It’s also curious given the enormous number of natural disasters that have occured this year, including devastating earthquakes, volcanoes, blizzards and floods.


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