War Horse

JUNE 23RD, 2021      |    In Revelation 19 we see the triumphant return of the King of kings and Lord of lords. He returns on a white horse, a triumphant war horse. A white horse was never ridden into battle; it was only ridden after the battle had been won. We see King Jesus riding into the battle, already the victor. His first coming was as a baby born in a manger, and His second is as a conquering King. He rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, and He rides into heaven on a white stallion. The world placed a crown of thorns on Him at the cross, in Heaven He has many crowns of honor. The second coming will be amazing indeed.

His eyes are as flames of fire, and His weapon is the two edged sword that comes from His mouth. With those eyes He sees all the secrets of our hearts, nothing is hidden. He can read us as easily as we read a page in a book. The sword is of course the Word, for Jesus was the word from the beginning. “It is written,” should be our battle cry. He is our war horse, and in Him we are safe. He is our victory!

War Horse

I saw Heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose rider is called Faithful and True. With justice He judges and wages war. His eyes are like blazing fire, and on His head are many crowns.

–Revelation 19:11-12 NIV

I saw Heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose rider is called Faithful and True. With justice He judges and wages war. His eyes are like blazing fire, and on His head are many crowns.

–Revelation 19:11-12 NIV

In Revelation 19 we see the triumphant return of the King of kings and Lord of lords. He returns on a white horse, a triumphant war horse. A white horse was never ridden into battle; it was only ridden after the battle had been won. We see King Jesus riding into the battle, already the victor. His first coming was as a baby born in a manger, and His second is as a conquering King. He rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, and He rides into heaven on a white stallion. The world placed a crown of thorns on Him at the cross, in Heaven He has many crowns of honor. The second coming will be amazing indeed.

His eyes are as flames of fire, and His weapon is the two edged sword that comes from His mouth. With those eyes He sees all the secrets of our hearts, nothing is hidden. He can read us as easily as we read a page in a book. The sword is of course the Word, for Jesus was the word from the beginning. “It is written,” should be our battle cry. He is our war horse, and in Him we are safe. He is our victory!

Read Revelation 19 and pray to visualize your triumphant King. 

As you read Revelation 19, ask the Father to open your eyes to see His truth. He gives wisdom to all who ask.

Brenda Beattie
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