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During a lunar eclipse, most of the light illuminating the moon passes through the stratosphere where it is reddened by scattering. By the time light finishes its trip to the moon, only longer wavelengths, like red, remain. This is why the moon turns red during an eclipse!

According to some Jewish Rabbis the moon represents Israel, and during a Tetrad of Blood Moons this represents war, plagues, famines, or other catastrophes in relationship to Israel and other Nations. History does seem to verify the above.

But, as you can see in this image, the rest of the spectrum of the rainbow is still present, a representation and reminder of an irrevocable Covenant with God, called the Noahic Covenant.

The early Christian Church said the moon represented the church, as a reflection of The Son’s light! And the red should remind us of the Everlasting Covenant of The Blood of Jesus!

Actually each color in the spectrum of sunlight represents certain truths as revealed in Holy Scripture! Can you think of some of the things that purple represents?

How about thinking of and confessing some of the Blood Promises like, ”He has made us to be kings and priests by His own blood”, Revelations 1:5-6. Purple represents royalty!

Regardless of the times, we can reign in righteousness! Romans 5:17

The promises of God never fail if you do your part which is to believe and confess the promises without wavering.

Learn as many covenant promises as you can and then ask The Holy Spirit to seal them in your heart and mind!​

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