the on going gallop



Horsemen at the Gallop!

Vision 3—Revelation 6:1-17​

And I saw, and, look! a white horse; and the one seated upon it had a bow; and a crown was given him, and he went forth conquering and to complete his conquest." (Revelation 6:2)

the one on the white horse is Jesus christ and he was given a crown . and here in DANIEL 7;13-14 he is being given great aurthority . it didnt take long for him to start his gallop. as soon as he was given kingship he was out to get the job done .:)
This scene harmonizes beautifully with Psalm 45:4-7, addressed to the King enthroned by Jehovah:

“And in your splendor go on to success; ride in the cause of truth and humility and righteousness, and your right hand will instruct you in fear-inspiring things. Your arrows are sharp—under you peoples keep falling—in the heart of the enemies of the king. God is your throne to time indefinite, even forever; the scepter of your kingship is a scepter of uprightness. You have loved righteousness and you hate wickedness. That is why God, your God, has anointed you with the oil of exultation more than your partners.”

yes Jesus is riding in the cause of truth and humility and righteousness :)

Why, though, must the newly crowned King ride forth to war? It is because his kingship is established in the face of bitter opposition from Jehovah’s chief adversary, Satan the Devil, and those on earth who—knowingly or unknowingly—serve Satan’s ends.

Jesus’ ride of conquest continues through the opening decades of the Lord’s day while sheeplike humans are being gathered.

Though the whole world still lies “in the power of the wicked one,” Jesus lovingly continues to shepherd his anointed brothers and their companions, helping each to achieve the conquest of faith.—1 John 5:19.