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Pastor David Lankford & Steve Quayle: The Four Horsemen

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In the Book of Revelation, it was revealed that the Church would ultimately succumb to the pagan world and sink deep into apostasy. Today, we are seeing exactly that, a revelation written thousands of years ago.

According to the book of Revelation, the Lamb of God, Jesus Christ, opens the first four of the seven seals, summoning forth four beings that ride out on white, red, black, and pale horses. The fate of the Christian church and the followers of Jesus is revealed and represented in the four colors of the horses, each representing a different phase of the Church and its body. The first horse is white, followed by the second which is crimson, or blood-red, the third is black and the last is pale, the color of death.

What does this mean to us? What do we need to know and truly understand about what is to come?

You can find out. as we invite you to join us for perhaps the most important broadcast of this series - and our time on Sunday, July 7, 2013 beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET as Steve Quayle and Pastor David Lankford discuss the "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse." This will be our fifth show in a very special, spiritual series of Sunday broadcasts designed to prepare you for what we, as Christians, are facing and about to face in the time ahead.

Although we are not privy to the day or the hour, we do know that time is extremely short and our eternal salvation is at stake. The program will deal with this extremely serious and solemn subject, and will include the sacred sacrament of communion given by Pastor David Lankford. We ask that your full attention is given to this broadcast, and invite you to have your Bible, a notepad and pen or pencil nearby as you listen. To avoid unnecessary distractions from the Word, our phone lines and chat feature will be closed for this broadcast. It is that important.

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