# The word \u201cbe hold\u201d in Greek means more than just behold. It means to leave your own bod y and go out and engulf whatever it is that you are looking upon and to take it in, in its entirety; to unde rstand it, in all its completeness.
#The Greek word for \u201cbow\u201d in this verse is \u201ctoxon\u201d, (5115 and 5088). It does not mean a bow like a bow and arrow, but rather a bow made of a sim-ple fabric. It. has the Greek base word (5088) which means to be able to bear seed. It ide ntifies Lucifer, the Kenite. right to the very last draw. This simple colored fabric is a counterfeit for the bow that sits round about the throne of God, which is spoken of in the 4th chapter. The false christ appe ars to be Christ by imitating the Messiah. He is not to be feared by you, as it is your Father who gives him his power. The false christ will promise you that all will be yours if you worship him, just as in Luke 4:6 Satan offered Jesus power and glory if He would
worship him. This has be en his theme do wn through the ages. He had b een a covering c herub that was
to guard the mercy seat. However, when he de- manded that the heavens and the angels worship him
instead of Yahveh, hate rather than love crept into his being. When you are approached by him, tell
him what C hrist told him, \u201cGet thee behind me, Satan\u201d. You have the power to do this. He cannot
\u201callos\u201d, (243) which means \u201cdifferent, yet of the same kind\u201d. In other words, it draws its power from the same place as the white horse. They have their king in common, who is Lucifer him- self. Who is the red horse? Many scholars will disagree with this, but reference it yourself. The answer lies in Genesis 27 in the story of Esau, whose nation was called Edom, meaning \u201cred\u201d. When he realized he had lost his birthright by selling it for a bowl of porridge, he was very grieved and asked God, do you take all this from me, can you give me a portion? His answer was that he would become a strong
but John describes a time of inflation when it required the entire day\u2019s wage to buy just one loa f. This indicates that there will be hardships to face, but it is not necessary for the elect to worry. Read the last sentence of this verse. It says not to hurt the oil and the wine. In Revelation 9:4 the locusts were
green vines and o live s which give oil grow on trees. This reiterates the fact that the oil and wine will not be hurt. The \u201coil and wine\u201d stand for the very elect of Israel. We are in the 3-1/2 years, and from our stud- ies in the book of Ezekiel, we know that the city (Jerusalem during the 6 day war) has been smitten and that we should be dumb no more. Therefore, these prophecies begin to speak to us with the simplicity of the teachings of Jesus C hrist and we realize our respo nsibilities. Then it is not
will not depart from us. This verse shows hardships and hurts coming for everyone except the elect. 7. And when He had opened the fourth seal. I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, Come and see. 8. And I looked, and beheld a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed
and other world governments. The death and famine described in this verse are the natural result of the inflation brought in by the black horse in verse 5. The four judgments in Ezekiel 14:21 are the same as the four in this verse.
11. And white robes were given unto every one of them; and it was said unto them, that they should rest yet for a little season, unt il their fellow servants also a nd their brethren, that should be killed a s they were, should be fulfilled.
their blood. This is to say that you, the elect, will be delivered up for refusing to accept the fa lse chr ist. Christ will speak through you at that time. Through your lips the truth will go out to all the world. It is God\u2019s plan. It is your destiny.
# Compare this verse to Matthew 24:29 about the moon not shining and the sun not giving off light.
Both verses speak of the return of the real Messi-ah; not the false messiah riding a white horse as verse
2 mentions. So, we see the false christ (in v.2 of this chapter and v. 2 of chapter 9 trying to fulfill the
bad figs. What does Matthew say about it? He says to pray that your flight be not in winter. When is the harvest time? It is in the summer and fall. When you are cast untimely, it means you are harvested out of season. So when the false christ appears first. (II Thessalonians 2:3), many will think he is the Christ come to \u201crapture\u201d or reign. They will be deceived. They will not wait for the true Christ\u2019s
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