Today’s faith check-up

Since the scriptures cannot be broken (Jn 10:35), everyone’s deeds will be judged according to what is written in the book (Rev 20:12).

Catholicism emerged from Judaism, and Protestantism emerged from Catholicism. Now Protestants have splintered into hundreds if not thousands of denominations that each claim to be orthodox and to have received the holy spirit. Can this be true?

Jesus asked whether or not he would find faith on earth when he returns (Lk 18:8). The Bible says that all nations have been deceived and have married the devil (Rev 18:23). It says the sun, moon and stars will darken and fall (Mt 24:29; Rev 6:12-13), Jerusalem will be destroyed (Mt24), and that the second coming will be like the time of Lot and the time of Noah (Mt 24:37-39). Can anyone say that they the only orthodox people who are saved after reading these passages? It is written in the Bible that no one who adds to or subtracts from the prophecies of Revelation can enter the kingdom of heaven (Rev 22:18-19). I would like to ask one question to everyone who claims to be saved. Do you truly know and understand Revelation without adding to it or subtracting from it? If you do not, how can you claim to be saved or to be orthodox? Jesus said in Rev 10 and Rev 22:16 that he sends his messenger to testify about these things for the churches. Who else, apart from this messenger of Jesus, can testify about Revelation?

If you met Jesus’ messenger, would you listen to him? Would you persecute him as a heretic? You can hide from men, but you cannot hide from God. Let us become honest believers. Let us repent, understand the truth, believe, and be saved. People who have learned only the teachings of men cannot understand the word of revelation that is taught by the holy spirit. Just as Jesus and his disciples were persecuted in the time of the first coming, these people persecute the messenger sent by Jesus by calling him a cult leader. Today, this one messenger sent by Jesus has come into the world (Rev 10; Eze 2-3).

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