Romney and the White Horse Prophecy Romney and the White Horse Prophecy
Romney and the White Horse Prophecy

Romney and the White Horse Prophecy

Romney and the White Horse Prophecy
 
by Steve Eastman, Faith Issues
 
For the last several weeks, the mainstream news media has proclaimed Mitt Romney as the presumptive Republican nominee for President of the United States.  The religious issue is a big one but is usually glossed over.  2012 is in stark contrast to 1960, when John F. Kennedy’s Catholicism was widely promoted as a major issue, but as events played out, it was not the threat some perceived it to be.
 
Bill Keller is a man with a burden, one that comes from the Lord. Keller knows he has to sound his warning.  As the world’s leading Internet evangelist, his Daily Devotionals reach over three million people by email daily.  The full-time minister maintains he is not telling anyone who to vote for, just educating people on secrets people like Mitt Romney would prefer for you not to know.
 
The story of the “White Horse Prophecy” is far stranger than anything that Rod Serling, of The Twilight Zone, could have dreamed up.
 
It’s one of the key elements to interpreting the Romney drive for the presidency and is named after the white horse in the book of Revelation. It was reportedly given by Joseph Smith in the 1800s but not put into writing until many years after his death by Smith’s associate, Edwin Rushton.  The quote goes like this:
 
“Will the Constitution be destroyed?  No, it will be held inviolate by this people; and, as Joseph Smith said, ‘The time will come when the destiny of the nation will hang upon a single thread.  At that critical juncture, this people will step forth and save it from destruction.’  It will be so.  And when the Constitution of the United States hangs, as it were, upon a single thread, they will have to call for the ‘Mormon’ Elders to save it from utter destruction; and they will step forth and do it.”
 
The Mormon’s Doctrines and Covenants goes on to describe a theocratic state in which Latter Day Saints would willingly sign over their property to the LDS Church, which would redistribute the property, echoing Karl Marx’s idea of  "from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs."
 
The establishment of a Mormon theocracy has its roots in 1834, when Joseph Smith organized a small army to march on Independence, Missouri and “redeem Zion.”  That attempt failed, but the dream is still alive in a different form.
 
The question is: “Does Mitt Romney hope to fulfill the 'White Horse Prophecy?'”  At the very least, would his election victory win a level of respect to Mormonism, which has always been held by Bible believing Christians as a cult?  Would millions switch over to the new religion, abandoning the real Jesus Christ and his salvation in exchange for a Mormon-makeover Jesus?
 
To learn more, visit Bill Keller’s website, LivePrayer.com and sign up for his complimentary daily devotionals.

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