Supporting the Enemies of Christ!




​​ OF CHRIST!​​ 







 ​​ ​​​​ It is safe to say that the foremost supporters of the Zionist state, Israel, today seem to be the organization headed by Pastor John​​ Charles​​ Hagee, San Antonio, Texas.​​ His congregation meets in ‘Cornerstone Church’, San Antonio.

He and his supporters established the ‘Christians​​ United​​ for Israel’ organization​​ back in February 7, 2006 assisted by some 400 delegates. See details in this clip from Wikipedia​​ below, - which also informs us of Pastor Hagee being​​ a​​ heretical preacher, based on Pentecostal basic beliefs, added the heresy of Word of Faith movement with its ‘Prosperity Gospel’, - ​​ known also as one of many American Tele-evangelists broadcasting programs in Canada and USA.


From ‘Wikipedia’ -

John Charles Hagee​​ (born April 12, 1940) is an American​​ pastor​​ and​​ televangelist. He founded John Hagee Ministries, which telecasts to the United States and Canada. He is also the founder and chairman of the​​ Christian Zionist​​ organization​​ Christians United for Israel.​​ 

Hagee has attracted controversy over his comments on the​​ Catholic Church,​​ Jewish people​​ and​​ Islam, and promotion of the​​ blood moon prophecy.​​ 

 ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​​​ Early life

Hagee was born in​​ Baytown, Texas​​ on April 12, 1940.[1]​​ He studied at​​ Southwestern Assemblies of God University​​ in​​ Waxahachie, Texas, and received a​​ Bachelor of Science, and then studied at​​ Trinity University​​ and obtained a second​​ Bachelor of Science. He also studied at the University of North Texas in educational administration and received a master's degree in 1966.[2]​​ 

He has a son, Matt Hagee, who is also a pastor.[3]​​ 

 ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​​​ Career

Image:​​ Cornerstone Church​​ 

Hagee founded Trinity Church in​​ San Antonio, Texas​​ in 1966, a second Trinity Church in 1975, and Cornerstone Church in 1975.[4]​​ The church has adopted​​ Pentecostal​​ beliefs, including​​ biblical literalism,​​ speaking in tongues,​​ divine healing, the​​ prosperity gospel, and absolute opposition to abortion.[5]​​ Beginning in 1981 in San Antonio, following​​ Operation Opera, Hagee has organized "A Night to Honor Israel" events aiming to show support for the State of Israel.[6]​​ 

Hagee has been politically active. In 1968, he endorsed Democrat​​ George Wallace​​ in his​​ bid for president. His advocacy included organizing and mobilizing a youth movement called "Wallace Youth".[7][8][9]​​ 

In 1996, Hagee spoke on behalf of Republican presidential primary candidate​​ Alan Keyes, who in 2004 lost the​​ U.S. Senate​​ election in​​ Illinois​​ to​​ Barack Obama.[10]​​ In 2002, Hagee endorsed the conservative​​ State Representative​​ John Shields in the latter's unsuccessful bid for the​​ Republican​​ primary​​ for the​​ District 25​​ seat in the​​ Texas Senate. Hagee dubbed Shields's opponent, incumbent​​ Jeff Wentworth, "the most pro-abortion" of 181 legislators in both houses of the Texas legislature.[11]​​ 

On February 7, 2006, Hagee and some 400 leaders from across the Christian and Jewish communities formed​​ Christians United for Israel​​ (CUFI). This lobbies members of the​​ United States Congress, using a biblical stance for promoting​​ Christian Zionism. Around that time he received death threats for his activism on behalf of the State of Israel and hired bodyguards for protection.[12]​​ 

In 2008, Hagee endorsed Senator​​ John McCain​​ in the​​ presidential contest​​ against Barack Obama.[10]​​ After Hagee's endorsement of McCain, a furor arose over statements made by Hagee that were perceived by some as​​ anti-Catholic​​ and​​ antisemitic.[13][14][12][15][16]​​ Following Hagee's remarks, McCain publicly distanced himself from Hagee.[17][18]​​ 

Hagee was the primary funding source for the Israeli Zionist group​​ Im Tirtzu, until he cut ties with the organization in 2013.[19]​​ He is also​​ anti-abortion​​ and stopped giving money to Israel's​​ Hadassah Medical Center​​ when it began offering the procedure.[20]​​ 

In 2016, Hagee endorsed​​ Donald Trump​​ in the​​ 2016 presidential election.[21]


End of Wikipedia clip.​​ 



To this short intro on Pastor Hagee, belongs the fact that he is much like the ‘Tip of the Iceberg’ ​​ - for he is followed by hordes of infamous heretics, such as Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland,​​ even​​ Joel Osteen (largest​​ mega-church in USA). Even if Hagee has a Pentecostal basic belief, one will find lots of Baptist pastors​​ and pastors from other movements​​ supporting his fanaticism with Israel’s existential matters.

Hagee is regarded as a​​ heretic​​ by most denominations in USA, and also abroad.

The Internet is​​ full of​​ writings going against​​ this political/Christian manipulator of souls.​​ (See the article by Wayne Jackson below).

One of these sites is ​​ ​​​​  ​​​​ - with much material exposing Hagee.​​ This site has an article called ‘John Hagee removes all doubt – He’s a heretic!’. ​​ It can be seen also on YouTube.

I recently published two articles on the late Pastor J.R. Church, which brings up much of the​​ same views​​ on Israel and Zionism as we find with Pastor Hagee. They are in great error not only with Israel as a state, but many Biblical issues as well. Always taking the Bible out of proper context to propagate their fanatically views in many topics.





This issue is critical, for without staying with the​​ correct context​​ when reading Bible prophesies,​​ one would get things turned upside-down. Then we will erroneously get​​ ‘Israel is rescued by God, while the world gets punished’​​ ideas!

The Bible shows us that the ‘Great Tribulation’​​ told by Jesus in Mat. 24:21, 22, NASB, - is a warning​​ addressed to Israel, not the Gentile world,

«21​​ "For then there will be a​​ great tribulation, such as has not occurred since the beginning of the world until now, nor ever * will.​​ 


22​​ "Unless those days had been cut short, no * life would have been saved; but for the sake of the elect those days will be cut short.


Jesus spoke​​ with details, but it was based upon Jer. 30:4-9 – on Israel’s future tribulation, not the world’s, - in particular verse 7, NASB,


«4​​ Now these are the words which the LORD spoke​​ concerning​​ Israel​​ and concerning Judah:​​ 


5​​ "For thus says the LORD, 'I have heard a sound of terror, Of dread, and there is no peace.​​ 


6​​ 'Ask now, and see If a male can give birth. Why do I see every man With his hands on his loins, as a woman in childbirth? And why have all faces turned pale?​​ 


7​​ 'Alas! for that day is great, There is none like it; And it is the time of Jacob's distress, But he will be saved from it.​​ 


8​​ 'It shall come about on that day,' declares the LORD of hosts, 'that I will break his yoke from off their neck and will tear off their bonds; and strangers will no longer make them their slaves.​​ 


9​​ 'But they shall serve the LORD their God and David their king, whom I will raise up for them.​​ 


Editor’s emphasize.


Verse 7 is translated in many Bibles, using the word ​​ …the time of Jacob’s trouble.


The AMP Bible net version says,


​​ ‘Alas! for that day is great, There is none like it; It is the time of Jacob’s​​ [unequaled] trouble, But he will be saved from it.


This is in line with Jesus, Who​​ told that the tribulation to come, would be like no other (Mat. 24:21).


Jesus was warning Israel of the tribulation, and NOT the Gentile world.


The utter nonsense promoted by these heretical pastors and evangelists, mostly those in the USA, of a soon coming ‘Armageddon’ in the capacity​​ of a​​ Third World War (including nukes and what not) has its basis in this twisted and out of context Bible belief. They simply will not understand that the prophesied tribulation is only to hit Israel, due to the nation’s grave sin and blasphemies against Jesus Christ. The Lord shall be vindicating His holy name, the Bible says. The Lord shall send the ‘Great Tribulation’ upon Zionist Israel, the worst enemies of the Lord, ever!







Ez. 36:19-23, NASB, tells of the​​ Gentile​​ nations becoming witnesses to what God will do to Israel, as He shall vindicate His holy name (Jesus Christ),



«19​​ "Also I​​ scattered​​ them among the​​ nations​​ and they were​​ dispersed​​ throughout the​​ lands. According to their​​ ways​​ and their​​ deeds​​ I​​ judged​​ them.​​ 

20​​ "When they​​ came​​ to the​​ nations​​ where​​ *​​ they​​ went,​​ they​​ profaned​​ My​​ holy​​ name,​​ because it was​​ said​​ of them,​​ 'These​​ are the​​ people​​ of the​​ LORD; yet they have​​ come​​ out of His​​ land.'​​ 

21​​ "But I had​​ concern​​ for My​​ holy​​ name,​​ which​​ the​​ house​​ of​​ Israel​​ had​​ profaned​​ among the​​ nations​​ where​​ *​​ they​​ went.​​ 

22​​ "Therefore​​ say​​ to the​​ house​​ of​​ Israel,​​ 'Thus​​ says​​ the​​ Lord​​ GOD, "It is not for your​​ sake, O​​ house​​ of​​ Israel, that I am about to​​ act, but for My​​ holy​​ name,​​ which​​ you have​​ profaned​​ among the​​ nations​​ where​​ *​​ you​​ went.​​ 

23​​ "I will​​ vindicate​​ the​​ holiness​​ of My​​ great​​ name​​ which has been​​ profaned​​ among the​​ nations,​​ which​​ you have​​ profaned​​ in their​​ midst.​​ Then the​​ nations​​ will​​ know​​ that I am the​​ LORD,"​​ declares​​ the​​ Lord​​ GOD, "when I​​ prove​​ Myself​​ holy​​ among you in their​​ sight.

Editor’s emphasize.

Verse 19 pertains to the dispersion which happened in 70 CE as Rome destroyed Israel.

The passage tells of Israel BLASPHEMING the holy name of the Lord (Jesus Christ!) the entire timespan since 70 CE up until He sends the ‘Great Tribulation’. This tribulation is to restore His name in the sight of Israel first, then the Gentile world. Thus the nations will be witnessing (in awe) how God deals with the ungodly Zionist state Israel.​​ 

The Christian Zionists have gotten it​​ all​​ wrong, turning it upside-down. For the Bible clearly says that​​ God shall whip and torment Israel​​ – not the Gentile world​​ (ref. Rev. 11:10….the two witnesses tormented Israel in their ministry of 3 ½ years).

All the horror full and frightening disasters and signs of punishing character seen in Rev. 6 and on – the three ‘sevens’: Seven Seals, Seven Bowls of wrath, Seven Trumpets, plus the three Woes.​​ It falls on the land of Israel, in same manner as when Moses took them out of Egypt. Only Egypt was hit by the plagues.​​ Moses and Aaron went a one day trip into the dessert to stay safe, it says.​​ The two witnesses in Rev. 11 will prophesy to them and warn Israel before each disaster hits them. Just as when Moses warned Egypt, giving them 24 hours to take cover.

Christian Zionists,​​ whoever they might be, are a collective bunch of liars when they declare that ‘Armageddon’ will come to the whole world. It is pure rubbish and a blatant lie. Unlearned pastors and evangelists are proclaiming these lies all over the place.​​ 

They​​ have no idea of the Bible rightly divided. To them the Bible is a ​​ ‘Beefstew’ of confusion…a total mixture of verses taken out of context, creating their own ‘Bubble’ of Bible doctrine contradicting the Word of God.

After God has finished the ‘Great Tribulation’ He will have His Son Jesus Christ take the throne of David on Zion, the​​ Temple Mount, and He shall rein Israel for one thousand years (Rev. 20:4).


The Latest Hagee Heresy: “In Defense of Israel”


John Hagee’s new book,​​ In Defense of Israel, makes some astounding claims. But will they stand in the light of scripture?​​ 



 ​​ ​​​​ John Hagee, the Pentecostal “pastor” of the 18,000-member Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, has just issued a book titled,​​ In Defense of Israel. Doubtless it will turn out to be the most sensational volume produced by the controversial preacher whose pro-state-of-Israel political agenda is fairly well known. A video promotion of the radical book, via the internet, has Hagee making the following statements:

This book will expose the sins of the fathers and the vicious abuse of the Jewish people.​​ In Defense of Israel​​ will shake Christian theology. It scripturally proves that the Jewish people as a whole did not reject Jesus as Messiah. It will also prove that​​ Jesus did not come to earth to be the Messiah. It will prove that there was a Calvary conspiracy between Rome, the high priest, and Herod to execute Jesus as an insurrectionist too dangerous to live. Since​​ Jesus refused by word and deed to claim to be the Messiah, how can the Jews be blamed for rejecting what was never offered? Read this shocking expose,​​ In Defense of Israel​​ (emphasis added).

If this volume lives up to the promotion, namely that Jesus did not​​ claim to be, and​​ was not, the promised Messiah of Old Testament literature, it is heresy at its worst. If the promo is some sort of theological subterfuge designed to accelerate sales, it is duplicity in its vilest manifestation.

The term “Messiah” derives ultimately from a Hebrew verb, mashach, signifying “to anoint,” which occurs about seventy times in the Old Testament. Most commonly​​ it was employed of an act anointing or consecrating a man for a special office—such as a prophet (1 Kings 19:16), priest (Exodus 29:7), or king (1 Samuel 16:12). Each of these three sacred offices was combined uniquely in the person of Jesus (Acts 3:22-23; Hebrews 4:14-15; Revelation 19:16). Hence the Lord most appropriately was designated as the “anointed” of God, or the​​ Messiah. In the New Testament the term Christos (529 times), i.e., “the Anointed one,” is transliterated as “Christ,” because Jesus was God’s Christos (Messiah). Hagee’s position is so foreign to the truth that it requires little argument for refutation.

The fact is, the promotional blurb cited above contains an egregious contradiction. Mr. Hagee claims that Jesus did not come to earth “to be the Messiah,” and yet he contends that the Jewish people as a whole “did not reject Jesus as the Messiah.” The only conclusion one can draw from these premises is that the Jews mostly​​ did​​ accept Jesus as the one he​​ did not​​ come to be!

Biblical Evidence


 ​​ ​​​​ Note this brief survey of biblical evidence pertaining to the promises of the coming Messiah, and Jesus’ identification with this recognition.

(1) The prophet Daniel declared the coming of the “anointed one” (Daniel 9:24-27). He detailed the redemptive nature of the Messiah’s mission, the chronology culminating in his murder, the effect of his death (e.g., the end of animal sacrifices), and the devastation that ultimately would fall upon Jehovah’s “people” and the “holy city” as a consequence of repudiating the Anointed One.

Christ applied this prophecy to the Jewish nation’s rejection of himself, and the eventual invasion of the Roman army in A.D. 70 (Matthew 24:15; cf. 22:7). See also Psalm 2:2, and the reference to Jehovah’s “anointed,” who was his “son” (v. 7). The New Testament demonstrates this psalm to be fulfilled in Christ (Acts 4:26; 13:33; Hebrews 1:5; 5:5).

(2) In her conversation with Jesus at Jacob’s well, the Samaritan woman declared: “I know that Messiah is coming (he that is called the Christ): when he arrives, he will declare unto us all things.” The Lord responded: “I who am speaking to you am he” (John 4:25-26).

(3) When Peter confessed: “You are the Christ [Christos – Messiah], the Son of God,” Jesus blessed him, and declared that this truth derived its validity from the Father in heaven (Matthew 16:16-17).

(4) On the day of Pentecost Peter proclaimed:

Let all the house of Israel therefore know assuredly, that God has made both Lord and Christ [Messiah] this Jesus whom you crucified (Acts 2:36).

(5) John the apostle affirmed that the “signs” the Lord performed during his ministry established the reality that “Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (John 20:30-31). These signs confirmed, both in “word” and “deed,” the Savior’s identity as Messiah.

(6) The Lord’s plaintive cry regarding the rejection of the Messiah, as prophesied by Isaiah the prophet (chapter fifty-three), was specifically applied to the Jews (cf. “his generation” and “the transgression of my people” – v. 8). Their refusal to acknowledge Jesus’ messianic role, in spite of the many signs he did, was a result of a hardening of their hearts (see John 12:37-41).

Those Jews that​​ did​​ accept the Messiah were designated as a “remnant” (Romans 11:5; cf. “some,” vv. 14,17; a small number comparatively speaking; see Isaiah 6:13; Ezekiel 5:3; Zechariah 13:8). Paul’s discussion of the messianic rejection of his “kinsmen according to the flesh” (Romans 9:3) and his agony over them (chapters nine through eleven), is a devastating refutation of Hagee’s incredible theory that most of the Jews accepted him. ​​​​ END OF JACKSON’S ARTICLE.

To all of you Christians in USA, as well as other nations, I urge you to turn your backs on​​ Christian Zionism anywhere. It’s a total heresy, turning the Word of God upside-down, twisting and manipulating the Bible truths and thus casting false fear and worries upon an unsuspecting Christianity.



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