The next part of the chapter (. V 11-12) shows the appearance of the Divine Bridegroom Himself - the Word of God - His struggle is with the Beast and his army, and the final victory over him. St. John saw heaven opened, from which came in the form of a rider on a white horse, the Lord Jesus Christ, followed by white horses also the host of heaven. 'The White Horse', in the words of St. Andrew 'is lordship saints, seated on which to judge the people, emitting from his ardent and fiery eyes, that is, from the all-seeing power of his, a fiery flame, righteous, however, does not burn, but enlightening, but sinners, on the contrary, devouring, but not enlightening. " He appears as King, with many crowns on his head, is signified that He was given all authority in heaven and on earth (Matt. 28:18), and over all the kingdoms of the world. 'Imy name is written, no one is a hedgehog news tokmo Himself' - unknown name indicates nanepostizhimost His divine Being. . Further, in the 13th century, this name is called The Word of God. Name it is really incomprehensible to the people, because it relates to the nature and origin of the divine nature of Jesus Christ, which no mortal can comprehend. Because it is in the Old Testament Scriptures called miraculous (Judges 13:18; Isaiah 9: 6.; Proverbs 30: 4.). 'And clothed in a robe of scarlet blood' - 'Clothing Word of God', says St. Andrew, 'was most pure and incorruptible flesh of him, rolled in his blood at the time of free of suffering. " "And the armies of heaven idyahu to trace him to Conejo white, clothed in fine linen white and clean '-' is the celestial powers, other than the subtlety of nature, intelligence and height and respectable virtues Grace indissolubility strong and intimate union with Christ" (the St Andrew). 'From the lips of his arms begone sharply, but the izbiet languages: That and I upaset a rod of iron: and That Peret winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God "- is the sword of Christ, in this case, not so much as a teacher (cf. 1:16). and more like the King, to make their courts as a weapon to punish the wicked (Isaiah 11: 4.). They will cross from a rod of iron - an expression taken from (Ps 2: 9; Isaiah 63: 4-5..), And explained in (Rev. 2:27; 12: 5.). 'And hath on chasuble and Stegne His name written: King of King and Lord of lords' - the name, indicating the divine dignity of his vehicle, was written on the thigh, that is, the royal cloak, around the part of the body, in which, as usual, the eastern nations, hung his sword belt (Art. 11 -16).