Hail, Fire, and Blood (Revelation 8:7)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, June 19, 2016
Part of the Revelation series, preached at a Sermon service

This sermon deals with the amazing fulfillment of the hail, fire, and blood that fell from heaven in AD 66. It also describes the horrific events that these portents gave warning of. This sermon also tentatively suggests that the modern "blood rains" that have fallen since 2001 may indicate warnings from God. While the pastor is not dogmatic on the significance of the modern phenomena, he does show how the first century signs were immediately followed by a first wave of death and destruction under Cestius, the Legate of Syria who commanded Rome's 12th Legion.

Tags: Agrippa, blood, Eleazar, fire, Gessius Florus, hail, Menahem, rebellion, Sicarri, trumpets, zealots

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