(KJV) And when he had opened the second seal, I heard the second beast say, Come and see. And there went out another horse that was red: and power was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another: and there was given unto him a great sword.
From Missing Links, Chapter VII:
Revelation 6 reveals the book with seven seals and only the Lamb of God is found worthy to open them. The first four seals opened are commonly called The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The four faces of the middle Pyramid at Giza (present Adam) are symbolic to the four horses and Satan is at the pinnacle of their control. Man is the rider of each horse, and the four corners are the foundation of his fall with three aspects per face. [Think of it as like a merry-go-round with the four slopes as the rein for each horse.] The format for their description will be: (horse number) – color – (color representation) – three historical aspects of man’s fall:
(1) white (pestilence) – innocence – disobedience – curse
(2) red (war) – violence -murder – rebellion
(3) black (famine) – natural disasters – food control – starvation
(4) pale (death) – curse – disobedience – innocence (original loss)
Envy, lust, and desire lead to man’s fall from the beginning of his original innocence, and by his disobedience through free moral agency (freedom of choice) he brought on himself the curse of death. (Gen. 3) The tree with the knowledge of good and evil looked good for food (envy), was pleasant to the eyes (lust), and desired (coveted). Choosing to disobey God caused the loss of their innocence and access to the tree of life or immortality. Later, Cain became jealous of Abel and spilled the first blood. (Gen. 4:1-10) The rest is like a merry–go–round of human history. As the end time draws nearer, the merry-go-round will begin to spin out of control. (Dan. 12:1) [See Appendix IV.]…
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