Beside him, but a little in advance, rides Death on a Pale Horse.

Title: The Pale Horse (TV Movie 1997)

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The pale rider on his pale horse, heading toward the finish line

"I saw a pale horse whose rider is Death and Hell followed closely behind…" You have to watch any "holy day" that the Pale Horse sets up because it’s a mockery of The Holy One, because the Pale Horse cannot show respect for Divine.

You say, "But it’s just a little fun. It’s a little ‘white lie’"—just like that pale horse. It hurts children to learn that you lied to them. You call it "fun," but it is never fun to lie to your children! It is better that you tell your children, "I am the Santa Claus, baby. And me and your daddy worked hard all year to save up money to get you these gifts, and we hope you like them."

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"And I saw a pale horse whose rider was death and hell followed closely behind": Everywhere The Pale Man went he brought death and hell to the inhabitants of that part of the Earth. The areas of Tahiti and in the Isles of the Pacific were once called "Paradise," but they don’t call it that now. After he got there, it was "Paradise Lost" because he brought his way of rebellion; he brought death—and hell came right behind—so now death is over Africa, in The Caribbean, and in Central and South America, and Hell is there because the pale horse is there.

"I [saw] a pale horse": An intelligent creature who is "pale," but who is considered a member of The Family of Beasts—not "human," but who is the highest manifestation of beasts. Now, this "pale horse" represents the pale-faced people who are highly intelligent, but not intelligent enough to be "human" and "humane" in their actions toward self and the rest of The Human Family of the Earth. The pale horse whose rider—whose nature, whose governing principle—is rebellion to The Law of God, so that whatever God said "thou shalt do," White people say: "It’s alright. You don’t have to."