Mastering the Bible

The 66 books of the Bible, which are divided into the Old and New Testaments, contain four types of content: History (1Cor 10:11), instructions (2Th 3:16), prophecies (Jn 14:29), and fulfillment (Jer 33:2; Jn 19:30). The Bible is God’s book and it contains his will (2Ti 3:16).
The Bible prophesies about the people of the twelve tribes who master the word (Rv 7:3-4). There are also eastern prophecies that mention these people who maser
the way.
Through knowledge of the way or the path is a mastery of the Bible. The twelve tribes are God’s newly created kingdom and priests (Rv 1:5-6; Rv 5:9-10; Rv &:1-8). The great multitude clothed in white are the people who become a part of God’s kingdom when their sins are washed away (Rv &:9-14). We must strive to become these king-like priests who have mastered the way to enter the holy kingdom of God. This is God’s promise and God’s will. People who worship God with their lips, but who lack true knowledge of him cannot be part of his kingdom (Is 29:13; Mt 7:21). These people are superficial Christians who do not deserve to enter heaven because they have broken the promises they made with god just like Adam (Hos 6:7). If you believe heaven and hell lie before you, shouldn’t you try your best to make it to heaven? People who refuse to try to master the Bible are like Adam, who neither believed in nor feared hell.
The Bible points the way to heaven and steers us away from hell (Dt 30:19-20; Mt 4:17; Mt 23:33). It helps us distinguish the one and only true god from Satan (Jn 17:3; 2Thes 2:4). You cannot understand God properly unless you master the Bible. Then, in your ignorance, you may unknowingly curse God, Jesus, or their messenger as a heretic belonging to Satan just like the Physical Israelites did (Mt 22:29). They did this because they lacked biblical knowledge (Hos 4:6); they did not know God or His will, which is recorded in the Bible (Rom 10:2-3).
People who have been taught by mere men must come to God and to His worlds in the Bible. They must come to the twelve tribes that have been created according to the promises of the New Testament today so that can master the Bible and attain salvation.
The New Testament is being fulfilled today and the only place to attain salvation is the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony-the spiritual Mt. Zion (Rv 7; Rv 14; Rv 15). This si where god’s throne, His four living creatures, the 24 elders and their new song (i.e. the new word) can b found. It is the home of the twelve tribes who are sealed with God’s seal.