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All the qualified men of the Armies of Heaven , graduates of  the Academy of Heaven , are pictured in the 19th chapter of the Revelation as riding white horses to take over the global kingdom, establish their millennial dominion and resume duty at their respective stations. The apostle John wrote, “And the armies which were in heaven followed him upon white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean” (vs. 14). It is tempting to read the foregoing in the light of the horseback method of warfare at the time of John’s Patmos vision and settle for a literal interpretation. That might, however, require us to similarly literalize, for example, the “sharp sword” (see vs. 15) that goes out of the mouth of the lead Rider, the Lord Jesus Christ. Such a narrow, superficial reading of the Revelation can only create a freak show. We’ve learnt enough to realize that the book is indeed a very intelligent work of symbols and it wouldn’t be too much to allow for a symbolic significance of the ho


Having come this far in our examination of the promised earthly kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ, we have discovered how the saints’ joint rulership with Him would be effected through their taking over and dominating every facet of the global society of that time – the government, law enforcement, intelligence and security, arts and entertainment, commerce and industry, science and technology, education and human development, healthcare, religion, the mass media, and what else have we. As we saw in The Next Wave and Kings and Priests , this would be executed through their mediation of the promised explosion of the divine know-how in the kingdom – that is, through their specialized and distinguished practice of every human vocation of the world as we know it today. This envisioned scenario of the kingdom raises the question of how the saints, captured in the Revelation as the Armies of Heaven , acquire their diverse competences, especially considering that many of them belong to the