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Revelation 6:2 “And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.”
He IS what the white horse represents in Revelation 6, AN anti-Christ! He very well could be the anti-Christ himself! That man IS alive right now and hiding in plain sight, just waiting for the False Prophet of Catholic Church to introduce him, and for Lucifer to give him power. Revelation 13
1st John 2:18 “Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.”
Was Mitt Romney’s vote the fulfillment of a Mormon prophecy?
Rone Tempest | LA Times – Utahans reacted to Sen. Mitt Romney’s decision to break Republican ranks with a mixture of pride and dismay Wednesday, with some in this majority- Mormon state even suggesting that his vote to remove President Trump from office recalled a prophecy attributed to the church founder Joseph Smith.
Although generally debunked as apocryphal by modern historians, the so-called White Horse Prophecy dates to 1844 when Smith himself was a candidate for president of the United States. The Mormons — members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — have long regarded the U.S. Constitution as a divinely inspired document.
According to the legend, Smith predicted that someday the Constitution would be in extreme danger — hanging “like a thread as fine as silk fiber”— and that a member of the church would ride in on a white horse to save it.
“I think Mitt Romney is under the impression that he is going to be the white horse Republican who will save the country,” said Salt Lake City historian Will Bagley, a frequent critic of the church and its leaders. “Whether or not that would happen is a different matter, but I think if it came down to picking between Mitt Romney and Mike Pence, most people would go with Romney.”
Romney, a former Massachusetts governor and the Republican Party’s 2012 nominee for president, was only the second person in history to first be elected governor of one state and then represent another in the Senate. (Sam Houston was the other.)
Romney’s decision came only one day after a Utah poll showed that — despite the impeachment proceedings or perhaps because of them — Trump’s popularity in the state was at a new high.
The poll by the Utah Policy political site and Salt Lake City television KUTV Channel 2, reported that 46% of Utahans would vote for Trump’s reelection, compared with 41% when the last poll was taken in October. Another poll, conducted a week earlier by the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah and the Deseret News, a LDS-owned newspaper, showed the president’s approval rating at 53%, an all-time high.
“There are several aspects of what President Trump has done that Utahans very much approve of, such as his selection of Supreme Court nominees,” said Hinckley Institute director Jason Perry. “Utahans also care very much about the economy, about retirement and about their families. And the economy is going very well.”
The surge of Trump’s popularity in Utah may have made Romney’s decision even more difficult.
In his speech, Romney described himself as “profoundly religious” and noted that all senators had been asked to take an oath of impartiality before the impeachment trial. “My promise before God to apply impartial justice required that I put my personal feelings and biases aside,” Romney said. “Were I to ignore the evidence that has been presented, and disregard what I believe my oath and the Constitution demands of me for the sake of a partisan end, it would, I fear, expose my character to history’s rebuke and the censure of my own conscience.”
In an interview Wednesday with the Deseret News, Romney said he had agonized over his choice, calling it “the most difficult decision that I have faced.”
He told the newspaper: “I have never experienced as much sleeplessness, as much angst, and recognized the consequence for the country in a way that I have during this process.”
Perry said that Romney went into the decision with open eyes and that a good portion of the state’s solid Republican majority would be bitterly disappointed. “He knew that there would be negative ramifications, but he was not about to betray his conscience.”
Derek Brown, chairman of the Utah Republican Party, said in a statement: “As a party, we strongly disagree with the vote cast today by Senator Romney, and stand firmly behind our President, whose policies have created an unprecedented level of American prosperity. The impeachment effort has served only to distract America from the serious issues it faces, and this November voters will hold Democrats accountable for that distraction.”
In the end, Romney said it came down to a matter of faith. Read More here
What is the MORMON version and belief of the White Horse Prophecy?
The White Horse Prophecy is the popular name of an influential but disputed version of a statement on the future of the Latter Day Saints (popularly called Mormons) and the United States. It was given by Edwin Rushton, in about 1900, and supposedly made in 1843 by Joseph Smith, Jr., the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement.
The Latter Day Saints, according to Rushton’s version, would “go to the Rocky Mountains and… be a great and mighty people,” associated in the prophecy’s figurative language, with one of the biblical four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in the Book of Revelation.
Smith’s supposed original statement predicts that the US Constitution will one day “hang like a thread” but be saved by Latter-day Saints. The embellished version portrays it to be “by the efforts of the White Horse.”
On the basis of either Rushton’s version or Smith’s original statement, some critics of Mormonism and some Mormon folk doctrine enthusiasts hold that Mormons should expect that the US will eventually become a theocracy dominated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. However, some observers interpret the Mormon cultural artifact more blandly.
The idea that members of the LDS Church will at one or more times take action to save an imperiled US Constitution has been referenced by numerous LDS Church leaders, but as to the Rushton version of the Prophecy, the LDS Church has stated that “the so-called ‘White Horse Prophecy’… is not embraced as Church doctrine; while numerous Mormon fundamentalists continue to preach the doctrine.” Source: Wikipedia
What is the REAL meaning of the Rider on a White Horse – Revelation 6:2 vs. Revelation 19:11
The white horse in Revelation 6:2 signifies the peaceful intentions of the anti-Christ, which are far from peaceful. The rider on this white horse IS the anti-Christ himself. Note that the rider has a bow, but no arrows, because at this point he is proclaiming peace and not war.
This is confused with the rider in Revelation 19:11 who is the Lord Jesus Christ, and he returns on that white horse to destroy the anti-Christ and his minions!
Got Questions – In his vision of judgment upon the wicked, the apostle John tells us that Jesus is returning on a white horse: “Then I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse! The one sitting on it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he judges and makes war” (Revelation 19:11; see Psalm 45). Most Bible scholars are of the opinion that this passage is not referring to the Rapture, but rather to Jesus’ coming to earth with His saints at the end of the Tribulation.
The horse’s white color represents purity or victory (cf. Revelation 7:14-15), for this rider is holy and goes forth to be the triumphant conqueror. During ancient times, victorious Roman generals entered their conquered cities in chariots drawn by white horses. The entire setting of this verse implies victory over Christ’s enemies. As such, the word white indicates triumph, a successful war.
What a vivid contrast we see in Jesus’ return with all His angels (Matthew 25:31), as compared to His entry to Jerusalem upon a donkey (Matthew 21:7-9)! He is no longer riding a humble donkey. Jesus will return on a fiery white charger, bringing judgment, just as He had promised (Matthew 25:31-33).
Also by way of contrast, when He was on earth, Jesus was abandoned by His followers (Mark 14:50). Revelation 19 reveals the armies of heaven following Him in conquest. He is not returning to speak “gracious words” (Luke 4:22) but the words of righteous judgment (Isaiah 11:4). Jesus comes to rule with a rod of iron (Psalm 2:9). He is the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords (Revelation 17:14; Revelation 19:16). Source: Got Questions
Mitt Romney is NOT a savior by any means, nor are the Mormons. They are a Luciferian Cult who are more akin to the Muslims and Masons, two false religions.
BTW, Glenn Beck is a Mormon! He was also a “Never Trumpster” as was Ben Shapiro. Both saw their are turncoats and are just on the Trump Train for the ride! Glenn Beck: Traitor in America and Enemy of the True Gospel of Jesus Christ
If you go to the store to buy Meat, don't run to the Milk section or the Junk Food aisle looking for it!!
The Meat Section is the True Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Milk Section is likened to those who will not preach on sin and Hell, just a feel good message, the Social gospel.
The Junk Food Isle is the outright false doctrine AKA the prosperity gospel, name it and claim it, the Hebraic Roots movement and other false teachings!!
Feasting on just Milk and Junk will eventually cause you great harm, you can count on it!!
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