Shinchonji-Betrayal and persecution

Since the scriptures cannot be broken (Jn 10:35), trees (i.e. people) can be recognized by their fruit (i.e. actions) (Mt 7:15-20). The very words that Jesus spoke will condemn people at the time of judgment (Jn 12:48).
According to the Bible, Satan was an angel who betrayed God (Rev 9; Isa 14; Eze 28). Satan deceive Adam and Eve, and he also entered Judas and deceived him into betraying his teacher, Jesus (Ge 3; Jn 13:21-27). Spirits and flesh that betray God (e.g. Cain and Balaam) end up belonging to the evil one (1Jn 3:12). For this reason they will be treated like dogs and pigs (2Pe 2). They have forsaken what is good and have become a branch of the wicked tree (Jer 2:21). This is why they deceive and persecute God’s chosen people.
In the second coming, according to 2Th 2:9-12, the arrival of the lawless one will occur according to Satan’s normal way of doing things – meaning it will include all kinds of false miracles, signs, and wonders. Many people, including some leaders, have deserted the 12 tribes of Shinchonji out of greed and a desire for authority. They failed to “keep within their proper domain but abandoned their own place of residence,” (Jude 1:6). They formed a sect because they belonged to the evil one like Cain and Balaam. They are the ones carrying out the work of deception and persecution. In acting this way they have become the physical fulfillment of the prophecies about the antichrists (1Jn 2:18-19; Jude 1:6, 11, 17-19; Mt 24:24-25). The true will of God and Jesus is to love our enemies and forgive their sins. We must feed them if they are hungry. Instead of obeying these commandments, those who have left us are judging, criticizing, persecuting, cursing, murdering, lying, and even imprisoning people. Don’t these deeds stem from wickedness?
This is our faith: “I have been crucified with Christ, and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. So the life I now live in the body, I live because of the faithfulness of the son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me,” (Gal 2:20). If the spirit of Christ were really within the people who have betrayed God by leaving us, would they be persecuting and cursing others in contradiction of Christ’s command to love our enemies?
I pray that those who have betrayed God and are now carrying out the work of persecution will repent of their deeds and return to obey the Lord’s commands.