Who is the rider on a white horse after the first seal is opened in Revelation 6?
Revelation 6:2 [And I saw a white horse, and he who was seated on it had a bow; and there was given to him a crown: and he went out with power to overcome.]
He is the Deceiver, the rider on a white horse. However is he anti-Christ? I don’t think so. Anti-Christ will appear in Revelation Chapter 13. (Please refer to the appendix for details). When Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009. His position on Revelation 6:2 is confirmed. After the 1st seal is opened. Mankind entered the beginning of birth pains.
Revelation Chapter 6 ---White Horse is the great Deceiver, but is not Anti-Christ or May or May not anti-Christ;
Revelation Chapter 13--- Anti-Christ reveals himself here;
Revelation Chapter 19---White Horse Jesus Christ
(In line with [ Luke 21:8 And he said, Take care that you are not tricked: for a number of people will come in my name, saying, I am he; and, The time is near: do not go after them.] and [Matthew 24:4-5 And Jesus said to them in answer, Take care that you are not tricked. For people will come in my name, saying, I am the Christ; and a number will be turned from the true way through them.]
When people mention “SECOND COMING”, we all know that it means Jesus Christ. However, there is another person named by NEWSWEEK as “THE SECOND COMING”, which refers to Obama.
He was elected president of the United States in 2008. And successfully re-elected in 2012. He received the Nobel Peace Prize from the Nobel Committee in Oct 9, 2009. This white horse had a crown of peace, holding a deceitful bow in his hand, he deceived the people of the earth with false peace.
No US president has ever bowed to a Saudi King. Obama never bowed to the Queen of England. Miss Manners “ Americans do not bow to foreign monarchs because that act signified the monarch’s power over his subjects. When Obama meet the Saudi King, he bow this king.
NEWSWEEK NOW SAYS THAT OBAMA IS ‘THE SECOND COMING’ Newsweek celebrated President Obama's upcoming inauguration with a "cover" that calls the event "the second coming," an apparent reference to the return of Jesus Christ...
Although it is now digital, Newsweek celebrated President Obama’s upcoming inauguration with a “cover” that calls the event “the second coming,” an apparent reference to the return of Jesus Christ, The Blaze reported Friday.
A post at Twitchy called the cover “creepy,” while The Blaze described it as “controversial” and “questionable.” The cover highlights an article by former editor Evan Thomas, who once compared Obama to God “Well, we were the good guys in 1984, it felt that way. It hasn’t felt that way in recent years. So Obama’s had, really, a different task We’re seen too often as the bad guys. And he – he has a very different job from – Reagan was all about America, and you talked about it. Obama is ‘we are above that now.’ We’re not just parochial, we’re not just chauvinistic, we’re not just provincial. We stand for something – I mean in a way Obama’s standing above the country, above – above the world, he’s sort of God,” he told Chris Matthews in 2009. This is not the first time Newsweek has used such a theme when portraying Obama.
A COVER IN 2010 CALLED HIM “GOD OF ALL THINGS” AND ANOTHER COVER USED RELIGIOUS IMAGERY WHEN PRAISING THE PRESIDENT FOR HIS LATEST STAND SUPPORTING GAY MARRIAGE.
After Obama won re-election, Newsweek portrayed him as a conqueror dressed in an 18th century uniform. Twitchy noted that a number of conservatives on Twitter were repulsed by the cover.
“I don’t tend to get indignantly offended that easily, but this Newsweek cover is makes me ill,”tweeted Ben Howe.
“The Second Coming? Really? You’ve got to be kidding me,” another person wrote.
Another Twitter user said the publication went “full Jim Jones,” a reference to the cult leader who led his followers to their death by drinking poison. Twitchy reminded readers that Newsweek was not as nice to George W. Bush when he was inaugurated in 2005. source – Examiner
OBAMA ADMINISTRATION REFUSES TO EXPLAIN TO CONGRESS DETAILS OF $1.3 BILLION PAYMENT TO IRAN
by Geoffrey Grider August 23, 2016
The $400 million was part of a $1.7 billion legal settlement reached with Iran earlier this year. Congressional inquiries into how this money reached Iran are failing to get answers. The State and Treasury Departments declined on Tuesday to answer a series of questions from the Free Beacon about the method in which U.S. taxpayer funds were paid to Iran.
HE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION IS WITHHOLDING FROM CONGRESS DETAILS ABOUT HOW $1.3 BILLION IN U.S. TAXPAYER FUNDS WAS DELIVERED TO IRAN, ACCORDING TO CONVERSATIONS WITH LAWMAKERS WHO SAID THAT THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOW STONEWALLING AN OFFICIAL INQUIRY INTO THE MATTER.
The Departments of State, Treasury, and Justice have all rebuffed a congressional probe into the circumstances surrounding the $1.3 billion payment to Iran, which is part of an additional $400 million cash payout that occurred just prior to the release of several U.S. hostages and led to accusations that the administration had paid Iran a ransom.
The Obama administration has admitted in recent days that the $400 million cash delivery to Iran was part of an effort to secure the release of these American hostages, raising further questions on Capitol Hill about White House efforts to suppress these details from the public. The $400 million was part of a $1.7 billion legal settlement reached with Iran earlier this year. Congressional inquiries into how this money reached Iran are failing to get answers. The State and Treasury Departments declined on Tuesday to answer a series of questions from the Free Beacon about the method in which U.S. taxpayer funds were paid to Iran.
The administration is also withholding key details about the payment from leading members of Congress, including Sens. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) and Mike Lee (R., Utah), who launched an inquiry into the matter earlier this month.
THE DEPARTMENTS OF STATE, TREASURY, AND JUSTICE ALL FAILED TO RESPOND TO THE INQUIRY BY MONDAY’S DEADLINE, ACCORDING TO CONGRESSIONAL SOURCES TRACKING THE MATTER.
“The already bizarre circumstances surrounding the $1.7 billion payment to the Islamic Republic have only gotten stranger in the weeks since we learned of the $400 million in cash that was sent to the Iranian regime last January 16th,” Cruz said to the Free Beacon. “If this payment was, as the Obama administration insists, a straightforward settlement of an old debt that it would have cost America more to contest, why all the secrecy?”
The State Department said it does not know how the remaining $1.3 billion was transferred or to whom it was transferred. Cruz described this disclosure as “confounding.”
“It is even more confounding that the State Department spokesman claimed Monday not to know how or to whom the residual $1.3 billion was transferred, although he does know the transaction happened,” Cruz said. “That kind of money doesn’t just transfer itself to a rogue regime still under heavy U.S. sanctions for its sponsorship of terrorism. Someone in our government must have the answers the American people deserve.”
CRUZ AND LEE ARE SEEKING TO DETERMINE IF THESE PAYMENTS VIOLATED U.S. LAW. THEY ALSO REQUESTED INFORMATION ABOUT THE U.S. OFFICIALS WHO NEGOTIATED AND CARRIED OUT THE PAYMENTS.
“While we are deeply concerned about the national security implications of the administration’s cash-for-hostages scheme, especially in light of reports that Iran has already arrested additional Americans, the purpose of this letter is to inquire about the legality of the payment,” the senators wrote in an Aug. 12 letter.
“It is imperative that the administration provide a full accounting of its conduct with respect to the $400 million cash payment to Iran,” they wrote. “If the administration violated the law, then Congress and the American people should be made aware of it so that they can hold the appropriate officials accountable and take whatever steps necessary to strengthen the law and prevent any reoccurrence.” While the administration has remained silent about the circumstances surrounding the payment, investigative reporter Claudia Rosett recently disclosed that the Treasury Department transferred just under $1.3 billion to the State Department in 13 “large identical sums.” The funds, allocated for “foreign claims,” could shine a light on how the administration moved taxpayer funds into the State Department’s purview in order to provide the additional payment to Iran.
In 13 individual payments of $99,999,999.99, the Treasury Department moved a total of 1,299,999,999.87, which roughly amounts to the remaining money owed to Iran.