Shinchonji-Faith in the fulfillment of God’s promises

• I have told you now before it happens, so that when it happens you may believe. (Jn 14:29)

• I testify to the one who hears the words of the prophecy contained in this book: If anyone adds to them, God will add to him the plagues described in this book. And if anyone takes away from the words of this book of prophecy, God will take away his share in the tree of life and in the holy city that are described in this book. (Rev.22:18-19)

The light and pride of Shinchonji Church of Jesus, Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony

The one and only God and his son Jesus Christ have fulfilled the New Testament prophecies through the first and second tabernacles of the second coming. The congregation members of our temple are testifying about what they have seen and heard about how the true meaning of the prophecies has been revealed through the arrival of their fulfillment. Out of all the people of the world, only the people of Shinchonji have mastered God’s revealed teachings. Please verify for yourself here within Shinchonji whether this is true.

Roughly two thousand years ago, although the Physical Israelites and their priests had long awaited the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies, they refused to believe in Jesus, who was the fulfillment of those prophecies. The only people who believed in Jesus’ fulfillment of the prophecies were the disciples that spent so much time with him. The Bible clearly tells us why Physical Israel could not understand the fulfillment. The scroll of God was sealed such that the seers and prophets, whose eyes and heads were covered, were only able to preach the teachings of men instead of God’s revealed word (Isa 29:9-14; Hab 2:2-3; Eze 1-3). God absolutely astonished the seers and prophets (i.e. priests) when he opened the sealed scroll and taught the revealed word. This revelation had a time appointed for its fulfillment (Hab 2:2-3), which was, as recorded in Eze 1-3, when the chosen people were held captive by the gentiles. This was when God came, fed the open scroll to the Son of Man and appointed him to reveal the truth to the chosen people on God’s behalf. Jesus was the promised Son of Man (Mt 15:24), who came and fulfilled the Old Testament before preaching the open word of fulfillment.

The prophecies Jesus made and sealed in the New Testament will also be fulfilled in the same way. No one in heaven, on earth, or under the earth could open the scroll (Rev 5:1-4) except for Jesus because he overcame (Jn 16:33). Jesus takes the scroll (Rev 5), begins breaking its seals in Rev 6, and finishes by opening the final seal in Rev 8. One chosen person receives this open scroll from an angel and is told to prophesy to the people who have been captured by the gentile beasts, which are the group of the dragon (Rev 13:7; Rev 17:15). These are the prophecies and the will of God that must be fulfilled.

Although the world is full of pastors, the prophecies of the Bible tell us that there is only one God, one Jesus, one scroll and one person who receives that scroll after it is opened. Believers can only be saved by believing in the one who receives the open scroll, according to the will of God. Pastors who have been blinded, falling into a deep spiritual sleep, should wake up and be healed. They are the same as the seers and prophets of the Old Testament whose heads were covered. They should remove whatever is covering their heads by learning and holding to the truth (Rev 1:1-3; Rev 10).

Jesus prophesied in parables (Mt 13) because he had to fulfill the prophecy in Ps 78:2-4, which says that things hidden since the creation of the world will be uttered in parables to the next generation. What are these parables? Jesus used the people, places, and things of the world and of biblical history to prophesy about the future. When the time comes, however, the figurative language has to be opened and revealed in plain language (Jn 16:25). Today, we are testifying about the physical fulfillment of Jesus’ parables, which should not be understood literally.

Evidence that the New Testament is being fulfilled

Today, Mt 22, Mt 24, Mt 25 and Lk 13:24-30 are being fulfilled. Rev 2, Rev 3, and Rev 5-10 have been and are being fulfilled. Roughly 90 percent of the prophecies of the New Testament; everything except for Rev 20 has already been fulfilled. We are now in the process of fulfilling the work of sealing the God’s people, including the great multitude in white, according to Rev 7. Just as Jesus fulfilled the prophecies of the Old Testament and proclaimed that fulfillment to others (Jn 19:30), we are informing you that prophecies of the New Testament are being fulfilled today. Please do not follow in the footsteps of the priests of the first coming, who did nothing but slander Jesus without checking to see if what he said was true.