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The Four Horses in Torah

This video is part 1 of the Revelation Simplified video series, which is a simplified version of the book Revelation and the End Times. Have you ever wondered, “What are the four horses of the apocolypse described in the book of Revelation (Hitgalut)?” Did you know these same four horses appear in Genesis (B’reisheet)? This video will talk about the Four Horses in Torah. Below is a brief summary of the topics covered int this video.

Prophecy in Torah

First, we need to understand is that Scripture says Yahweh declares the end from the beginning. And the first 5 books of Moshe (the Torah), and particually, the book of B’reisheet (or Genesis) speaks of prophetic things to come.

Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 26:10
10 Declaring the end from the beginning,
And from ancient times
things that are not yet done…

4 Seals and 4 horses in Torah

We will talk about the descendants of Noah (Shem, Ham, and Yepheth), and where the descendants of Noah’s sons travelled across the earth. We will also talk about the meaning behind the names of each of Noah’s sons, and the prophetic significance. We will show how this relates to the four horses of Torah (or the four horses of the apocolypse).

White horse = descendants Joseph
Red horse = descendants of Esau (dwells in Rome)
Black horse = descendants of Judah
Green/pale horse = descendants of Ishmael

Horses in Torah: White

We will talk about how Jacob had two literal wives, Leah and Rachel (besides their handmaidens). And we will explain how this is prophetic of the two futurre houses of Israel. And how, contrary to common misconception today, there were two houses that made up the land of Israel (the northern house of Israel, or Joseph/Ephraim, and the southern house of Judah.)

Rachel gave birth to the patriarch Joseph who would be the head of the house of Joseph (or the house of Israel, or the house of Ephraim), which would later form the northern house of Israel. And Leah gave birth to Judah, the head of the house of Judah (or the black horse), which would later form the southern house of Judah.

We cover how Judah selling his brother Joseph into slavery is a prophetic foreshadowing of the chism that would grow between the northern house of Israel and the southern house of Judah, and how this would also foreshawow how Judah would later kill the Mashiach (Yeshua) and send His disciples out into the world (Egypt). And how this prophetic event was for the purpose of retrieving the lost tribes of the house of Israel, who had been dispersed into the nations.

We will talk about where Joseph’s sons (Ephraim and Manasseh) travelled geographically, the prophetic meaning behind each of their names, and how the United States and the United Kingdom each play their prophetic role.

Horses in Torah: Red

We will talk about how Esau and Jacob struggled in Recebbah’s whom, and how the fact that Esau came out red during birth corresponds to his spiritual character and his ‘red-hot’ anger/recentment toward his brother, Jacob. We will also cover how Esau hated his birthright and sold it to Jacob, (thus surrendering his right to rule to his younger brother). We will reveal the prophetic meaning behind Esau selling his birthright to Jacob (the house of Judah and the house of Israel, how it relates to Esau’s prophetic future as the Roman Catholic church in Vatican Rome, (or spiritually, the red horse, and what it means for where Esau will dwell geographically.

Horses in Torah: Black

Jacob’s other wife, Leah, gave birth to Judah, the head of the house of Judah. The southern house was the house of Judah, which consisted of two tribes, Judah and Benjamin. (Sometimes, the tribe of Levi is included in the house of Judah.) The capital of the southern house of Judah was Jerusalem.

Horses in Torah: Green/pale

We will talk about how Ishmael travelled to the wilderness of paran and how this corresponds to the prophet Muhammad and Mecca, the birthplace of Islam.

We talk about all this and more. Please join us for The four horses of Torah.

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