New Book Asks "Is the Biblical Red Horse to be Feared or Praised?"

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Connie Anderson unlocks the meanings and prophecies in biblical symbols

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I taught seven children a majority of these symbols in a single day.

Ellen G. White is cited as having predicted the events of 9/11, but she did so all the way back in the early 1900’s. How was this possible? By examining the meanings behind the prophecies of the Book of Revelations.

Author Connie Anderson was stunned to see that such a prediction was discovered so far back. As she continued to study these prophecies she came across the works of C. Mervyn Maxwell and Ron Wyatt as well. Anderson began examining the works of these three dead prophets along side her own biblical studies.

The common trend between them all was the importance of symbols, which are the focus of Anderson’s new book, “The Red Horse: War Against God’s Government.” She hopes to help teach people, and children more specifically, to better understand biblical symbols in the modern world.

“I taught seven children a majority of these symbols in a single day,” Anderson said. “They were able to identify them in real life settings and realized the importance of these prophecies.”

As modern evils continue to prevail, “The Red Horse” hopes to help us better understand what is happening and bring readers back to God.

“The Red Horse: War Against God’s Government”
By: Connie Anderson
SC-ISBN: 978-1-4908-2488-8
SC-Retail price: $9.95
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About the author
Connie Anderson is a fifth generation homesteader, bird watcher, retired dental hygienist, professional artist, Red Hat Lady and most importantly biblical teacher. She is very involved in the lives of her sons and has traveled the world to discover and share here learnings.


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