Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Show drafts Crimson Rider: A Prophetic Vision of Judgment and Redemption

 A Crimson Revelation: Sin, Judgment, and the Blood of Christ

In this episode, we delve into a recent vision of a crimson horseman riding out of black clouds.  This imagery connects to the four horsemen of the apocalypse, but with a twist.  As we explore scripture, we unpack the meaning of the crimson color and how it relates to both judgment and redemption.

The Coming Storm and the Color Crimson

The vision begins with black clouds and a horseman cloaked in crimson.  Revelation 18 speaks of judgment coming, and the call for God's people to separate themselves from the world's sin system.  This aligns with the black clouds signifying a coming judgment.

The crimson color is key.  We travel to Jeremiah 4:28, where God's judgment is pronounced, and the people attempt to cover their sin with crimson – but it's a futile effort.  Their hearts remain unchanged.

Sin Stained Crimson, Washed White as Snow

Isaiah 1:18 offers a contrasting message.  While sin is described as crimson, God offers forgiveness: "though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow."  This speaks to the power of Christ's blood to cleanse us from sin.

The Double Meaning of Crimson

We then explore the Hebrew words for crimson in Isaiah and Jeremiah.  In Isaiah, the word refers to a scarlet worm, crushed to create the crimson dye.  This parallels the crushing of the Messiah for our sins.  

The Jeremiah passage uses a different word, referring to both the crimson color and the insect itself.  The dye wouldn't wash out – just as deep sin can stain us.

The Blood that Covers: Maggot or Messiah?

The double meaning of crimson compels us – whose blood will cover us?  The crimson stain of our own sin, or the blood of Christ, shed for our redemption? 

Call to Action

This revelation calls us to consider whose blood covers us.  Jesus is the only answer.  Through faith in Him, our sins can be washed clean.  

Let's continue this discussion in the comments below! Share your thoughts on this vision and the symbolism of crimson.

Please take heed this verse:

Rev 18:4 4  And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.

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