Pastor John Hagee says two billion people are doomed.
Pastor John Hagee continues to preach the Rapture will soon befall the Earth, because millions of people do not accept or believe in Jesus Christ.
Mr Hagee is founder of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, which has more than 20,000 members, and has been involved in the ministry more than 57 years.
He preaches at packed conferences across the globe and is planning to visit the UK this summer.
In his latest video, filmed on August 28, Mr Hagee claims our future can be predicted.
He said: “Can we know the future absolutely.
“The book of Revelation is the road map from today until eternity.
“Next comes the red horse, the horse of war.
“Revelation nine says there is going to come a day when God is going to have four angels and take the lives of a third of people on the Earth.
“There are about six billion people in a day, two billion people are going to die during this process. Don’t you want to miss that? I do.”
Pastor John Hagee
Mr Hagee claims after the Anti Christ descend onto Earth, there will be a global famine.
He said: “We are beggining to see global famine happening, but the Anti-Christ will control the world with food… the rich and powerful will have plenty while the middle class and poor will be scrambling to stay alive.
“This is where Russia and Iran, along with their Islamic hoards, will invade the nation of Israel.
“Israel will be attacked viciously in the future, but God almighty will defend her.
“Israel will go to a place called Petra in Jordan – it is a natural fortress.
“They will be there for three and a half years. God will supernaturally provide for them.
John Hagee maps out the rapture in his latest video.
“In the period of three and a half years, Russia, Iran, the Islamic hoard, Chine, Europe, and whatever is left of the US will be destroyed by the hand of God – before the resurrection of Jesus Christ.”
There are about six billion people in a day, two billion people are going to die during this process. Don’t you want to miss that? I do.
But Mr Hagee has come under fire over his predictions before.
For several years he said the Blood Moon lunar eclipse last September, the last of four Blood Moon eclipses, would signal an earthquake or devastating apocalypse before the second coming of Christ.
But nearly a year on and there is no sign of it happening anytime soon.
Mr Hagee published the book ‘Four Blood Moons in October 2013 and speculated mankind was “at the door” before Rapture.
It went on to become a bestseller with a documentary-style film to follow it up.
He explained how a ‘tetrad’ of blood moons, which began on April 15 2014, followed by another red-coloured lunar eclipse on October 8 that year, and a third on April 4 2015, would end on September 28 last year.
The incredible alignments, which had six full moons in between, had only happened a handful of times in the last 2,000 years.
In a sermon to hundreds in his Church on October 28 2012, Mr Hagee used powerful language about what the Blood Moon meant.
He said: “It is a big sign this is a massive demonstration from the heavens.
“It can happen in an instant.”
He assured those who were ready to meet God it would really be a time for rejoice.
He added: “When you see it don’t go out and take a bottle of Tylenol (painkillers).
“The trump of God shall sound in the heavens, Christ shall rise and we which remain and survive will be caught up in the twinkling of an eye, whoosh, we’re out of here.”
But speaking just days before the final event, he had a change of heart.
In an interview with Erick Stakelback on CBNnews.com, he insisted he meant the last Blood Moon would simply signal war between Iran and Israel starting at some point – an event that could be long before God steps in.
He said: “There will be major events for Israel. Iran is driving towards nuclear weapons. The US has done an agreement with Iran that is to guarantee war.”
Professor Gary Shogren, a former pastor who studied the New Testament at Aberdeen University, said: “You’ll never go broke predicting the apocalypse”.
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