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    These were written by me in reply to an article on another web site. The article claimed that the rider of the white horse in the Revelation was the antichrist. The antichrist does not come from heaven, but comes out of the sea ( that is the sea of humanity).


    Posted On: 09/03/09 03:45:50 PM Age 65, OH
    Thanks very much for your kind reply, dear friend. The Lord Jesus is God Almighty and he is omni-present. Who raised Jesus from the dead, it is written in the Holy Scriptures that Jesus Himself did. While other places it is written that God the Father did. This is not a contradiction for Jesus said, when you see me you see the Father. Isaiah 9:6 says that the child Jesus will be called by God, The Everlasting Father. There is One and Only One God as he says in Isaiah 43. When God became The Man, He did not leave the throne of heaven. He was both on the throne, in the human body of Jesus, and everywhere in this universe. The 24 elders were given crowns and they cast them at the feet of Jesus. We can look in the Book and see when did War, Famine, and disease (or death) first show up on this earth. It was in the garden, was it not. God spoke war, famine, and disease to Satan, Eve, and Adam. So there are the three horses but where was the 1st white horse in the garden. Can anyone deny that war, famine and disease came in the garden. But where is the 1st horse, the white horse. Well who spoke war, famine and disease. Was it not God. Surely the three being spoken to, were not the rider of the white horse. Surely it was not war, famine and disease. The Lord God was the only other One who was there. He was the rider on the white horse. Jesus has many names, Jesus is The Lamb but also The Lion of Judah. Jesus is the Rose of Sharon but also the rider on the white horse. So why does it say the Lamb handed The rider on the white horse the crown. Because the Lamb is the Only One who is worthy, or God says He is only worthy to judge us because he became The Man and died for us. But it is not as a Lamb that The rider on the white horse comes to earth. He cames to conquer and to judge the dead from life. So it is by The Lamb that God has the authority, but He is not returning as a Lamb but as The Judge. Grace to you. - Lou Newton

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    How can flesh enter heaven ?


    Posted On: 09/04/09 08:24:55 AM Age 65, OH

    Dear friend, I read your post but I have this question and hope that you can answer it for me. The Holy Scriptures say this,1 Corinthians 15:50 I declare to you, brothers, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God, nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable. - Jude 1:23 snatch others from the fire and save them; to others show mercy, mixed with fear—hating even the clothing stained by corrupted flesh. - We know that all flesh is corrupted except for the Lord Jesus who came in the flesh. The scriptures say that no flesh can enter heaven because of this corruption of the flesh, for no corruption will ever enter heaven. - Is not the Antichrist a man of flesh and blood. The Antichrist is never saved but is lead by the god of death and corruption, Satan. So my question is this, how could the Antichrist, being corrupted flesh, ever enter heaven to be crowned and ride out on a white horse. - Do you have any evidence from scripture that says this rider on the white horse is the Antichrist, or are you speaking totally from tradition. Grace to you. - Lou Newton
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    • #3
      The Antichrist gets his authority from Satan


      Posted On: 09/04/09 12:37:52 PM Age 65, OH

      Dear friend David, you and others have said that the rider on the white horse is the Antichrist. I wonder if you or others could answer a question that this causes for me. 1st I have to state some truths that we all have in common. What is sin? Is it not rebellion against The One and Only true God. Does God give any being the authority to sin ? Well of course not, for then it would not be rebellion. All sin is done without authority from God. God never tempts anyone to sin, yet alone give them authority to sin. Where does the Antichrist get his authority from heaven or Satan ? The Antichrist is called by the Holy Spirit through Paul, "the man of sin"(2 Thess 2). So we know from this that he is a man who walks in sin. Where does this Man of Sin get his authority to sin from. It can not come from God, for sin is rebellion against God. We are told in Rev 13: 4Men worshiped the DRAGON because HE HAD GIVEN AUTHORITY TO THE BEAST, and is not the beast from out of the sea of humanity, the Antichrist. The Antichrist, who is The Man of Sin, can not get his authority from God, but he gets his authority from the Dragon, or Satan. Satan is the original being to rebel and has no authority from God to sin, but his authority is illegitimate and not from God. So The Antichrist can not get his authority from heaven, but gets his authority from Satan, as the scriptures says. In The Rev 6 the four horsemen are given POWER, SWORDS, BOWS, AND CROWNS or AUTHORITY. How could this rider on the white horse be the Antichrist or The Man of Sin, when the rider on the white horse gets his authority from heaven and not Satan ? Grace to you. - Lou Newton
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      • #4
        Did not Jesus raise himself from the dead


        Posted On: 09/05/09 09:05:51 AM Age 65, OH

        Thanks for the kind reply, dear friend. 1st- it does NOT say that the Lamb handed the rider the crown but that the Lamb opened the seals. 2nd- Is it not written in the Holy Scriptures that Jesus raised Jesus from the dead. Surly if Jesus can raise Himself from the dead, He can hand Himself a crown. Jesus is on the throne in heaven and has never left that throne. He also came down to the earth to be born as a human. At the same time His Holy Spirit was everywhere in this universe. He is omnipresent. 3rd- How could the Antichrist receive authority in heaven. The Antichrist is The "Man of Sin" and God does not give anyone authority to sin does He. Sin is rebellion from God and if someone had authority to sin from God, it would not be sin. Rev 13 clearly tells us that The Antichrist gets his authority from Satan on this earth. Rev 13: And I saw a beast coming out of the sea. He had ten horns and seven heads, with ten crowns on his horns, and on each head a blasphemous name. 2The beast I saw resembled a leopard, but had feet like those of a bear and a mouth like that of a lion. The DRAGON GAVE THE BEAST HIS POWER AND HIS THRONE AND GREAT AUTHORITY. 3One of the heads of the beast seemed to have had a fatal wound, but the fatal wound had been healed. The whole world was astonished and followed the beast. 4Men worshiped the DRAGON BECAUSE HE HAD GIVEN AUTHORITY TO THE BEAST, and they also worshiped the beast and asked, "Who is like the beast? Who can make war against him?" - Is not the beast, who is out of the sea of humanity, the Antichrist. The Antichrist is NOT given authority from heaven but from Satan, who is the dragon. - Lou Newton
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        • #5
          How does God use the word white


          Posted On: 09/14/09 10:09:54 AM Age 65, OH

          How does God use the word WHITE in the book of The Revelation. The word WHITE is used by God 15 times in the Book of The Revelation (NIV trans). If we put aside the time in Rev 6 that the white horse is spoken of and take the other 14 times to consider, then the word WHITE is only used to speak of the righteousness of the Lord Jesus. Jesus is pictured on a white horse and he has white hair and white robe as a symbol of his righteousness. The saints are pictured in white robes because they are covered in the righteous blood of The Lord Jesus and these robes are a symbol of that covering. Every single time the word WHITE is used it is a sign of righteousness. If the WHITE horse in Rev 6 was the horse of the Antichrist it would be WHITEWASHED not white. Whitewashed is a covering to try to make something appear righteous when it is not. The horse in Rev 6 is called WHITE and it is a sign of righteousness, the same as every other time the word white is used in the book. There is no deception allowed in heaven, that is why Satan was thrown out when he rebelled against God. - Lou Newton
          NOTE: I could have added this question:

          Satan was thrown out of heaven for rebelling against God. So how does the rebel, the Antichrist get into heaven. And if the man of sin can be allowed into heaven, then can sinners get into heaven without being covered by the blood of Jesus; or are you making the ridiculous claim that the antichrist will be covered in His blood.
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