One of the larger Christian objections to the validity of the Blood Moons was: “If they are so important, why didn’t they happen in the time of Christ.” Indeed, while there were Blood Moons in 32 AD on Passover and Sukkot, in Passover and Sukkot in 33 AD there were only partial lunar eclipses.
Partial Lunar Eclipse. (Photo: Wikicommons)
However, I want to tell you something I have never written before, and it connects directly to my interview with Lesley Richardson (published in this week’s newsletter). When Lesley’s writings helped me connect the idea of the “Four I Wills” to the “Four Blood Moons” I later recalled in my mind the comments by Jesus concerning the “cup” he took in the last supper.
Are there not four cups of wine at a standard Passover? And wan’t the cup of the new covenant of the Last Supper the third cup? In such a case, if the moons were connected to the cups AND the “Four I Wills” then prophetically speaking it could make very natural sense that TWO of the four moons were fully eclipsed in 32 AD, but the last two were partial eclipses.
Watch the video of my interview with Lesley, think about this idea, and tell me what you think! Maybe there is something we can learn here together.