Patricia Kelley

Rookie - 36 Points (March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

Four Blood Moons, Signs From God - Poem by Patricia Kelley

God uses the sun moon and stars as signs and symbols.
It's His universal system.
It's His universe.
His signs are irreversible.
He used the eastern star to mark the spot of Jesus' birth.
The eastern star followed Jesus to the place where He was born.
Three Wise Men followed.
I'll try to stay in verse.
He used the four blood moons for tears and triumphs for Israel.
It was first in 1492.
It was again in 1948.
It was again in 1967.
In 1492 the Jewish people were forced to Catholicism or killed by Romans.
Some escaped to the Americas.
Some never forgot that moment.
In history, where Jews were slaughtered, it follows them still today.
In 1948 six million Jews were slaughtered in the holocaust.
Israel was reborn.
They rediscovered their worth,
Israel became a nation.
The world witnessed their restoration.
In 1967 Israel faced a six day war.
They won the return of Jerusalem.
Guided by Heavenly beings, they saw miracle after miracle.
Astronomical,
Biblical,
It was all prophesied by the prophets.

Maybe, if we followed God's signs we would know what to expect next.
What are God's plans for Israel?


Nassau now says that there will be two (2) more four (4) blood moons in April 2014, through September 2015.

Does this possibly mean more tears and triumph for Israel? Could this mean a revived Roman Empire?
Some predict the return of Jesus Christ.

Joel 3: 15 The sun and moon will be darkened, and the stars no longer shine. The Lord will roar from Zion and thunder from Jerusalem; the earth and the heavens will tremble.

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This pattern follows tears and triumph for Israel.
Joel 3: 15 The sun and moon will be darkened, and the stars no longer shine. The Lord will roar from Zion and thunder from Jerusalem; the earth and the heavens will tremble.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 8, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 14, 2013


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