• Clifton Channell

Who do you Ride with?

Why does Revelation have two accounts of a rider on a white horse?  (t)  The rider on this white horse appears to be different. In ch. 19 it is clearly Jesus. In ch. 6 it appears to be Satan. Which rider do we ride with? Can we be so deceived by the devil that we think we are riding with the Lord? One rider is faithful and true. The other is boastful and blasphemous. Again, I ask, which rider do we ride with? 

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