The Betrayer, Destroyer & Savior in Revelation

Main reference: Rv 21:1-8

At the end in the world of religion (Christianity) – the time of fulfillment of Revelation, who are the betrayers, destroyers and savior? When and where would they appear?

These three entities that appear when the world of Christianity comes to an end just as it was promised 2,000 years ago by revelation of Jesus to Apostle John (Book of Revelation). These three entities who appeared today when the words of prophecies became flesh. The betrayers recorded in scripture fulfill the prophecies concerning them, the destroyers recorded in scripture fulfill the prophecies concerning them, and the Savior recorded in scripture fulfills prophecies concerning him. Since these are prophecies promised by Jesus, Jesus makes three events to be fulfilled on these three entities.

1. Betrayer in the New Testament

In Matthew 24:14, Jesus said, “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” The “end” here is referring to the end of Spiritual Israel (the world of Christianity) who spread Jesus’ gospel of the kingdom of heaven, the end of churches (temple). At the end of age, Jesus first works through seven messengers (seven stars), the messengers who prepare the way (Rv1,2,3) just like at the first coming, John the Baptist carried out the work of the Lamp (Jn 5:35, Jn 1:6-8). However, no one who knows their reality (Rv1:20).

At the end of age, just before the second coming of Jesus, the tabernacle of the messengers who prepare the way must appear. They are the seven messengers (seven stars), the tabernacle of the seven golden lampstands (tabernacle of heaven, Rv13:6). They are the tabernacle of God that represent the entire world of Christianity.

Satan’s pastors, the Nicolaitans invade this tabernacle. The Nicolaitans deceive the seven messengers, enticing them to commit adultery, making them eat food sacrificed to idols (the maddening wine of adultery), having them hold to the teachings of Satan, the Nicolaitans (Rv2).

Above actions of the seven stars and their tabernacle was like the actions of the snake deceiving Adam and Eve and making them betray. Although Jesus sent letters to the seven messengers through the promised pastor (one who overcomes) in Rv 2 & 3, the seven messengers were deceived by Satan’s pastors – Nicolas (Nicolaitans) because they did not know about their act of betrayal (committing adultery, eating food sacrificed to idols, and holding to the teachings of Satan). [The three entities who appear in Rv 2 & 3 are the seven messengers, Satan’s pastor Nicolas (Nicolaitans), and the pastor who testifies on behalf of who sends the letters. These three entities appear in one location.]

The content of the letter includes what was seen, what is happening now, and what will take place later. However, the messengers who prepared the way, the seven messengers did not repent their deeds even after receiving Jesus’ letter, nor did they believe the reality of what was explained in the letter. The events of Revelation 13 and all of Revelation are also the events that occurred in the tabernacle of the seven stars. Judgment and punishment that occur in Revelation chapters 6, 8, 9 & 16 is the result of everything that happened, which occurs at this same location. The events of Matthew chapter 24 also explain the same events. This is just like at the first coming when the tabernacle of John the Baptist was captured by Satan’s pastors, the Pharisees (refer to Mt23). Now the world of Spiritual Israel (the world of Christianity) reached its end of age after 2,000 years.

2. Destroyer in the New Testament

The destroyers are Satan’s pastors, just like the Pharisees who controlled Jerusalem at the first coming. They are Satan, the Nicolaitans in Revelation 2, the “fallen star,” the pastors who are like the ‘locusts who came out from the Abyss’ in Revelation chapters 8 & 9, like the bound corrupted angels at the Great River Euphrates, and the pastors of the dragon, the beast in Revelation 13, 16 and 17.

They are not pastors or the congregation members of the tabernacle of heaven, but pastors who belong to Satan – from the sea, the world (refer to Dn 7:3, 17). They are those who controlled the world for 6,000 years since the time of Adam (Mt 4:8-9, Lk 4:5-6, Eph 2:2). They appeared again today as the work of God began. The reason they are called destroyers is that they brought destruction upon God’s chosen people in the every previous generations, as well as today at the time of Revelation, destroyed the God’s chosen people of the tabernacle of heaven as it is written in Revelation chapter 13 and Matthew 24.

In Revelation chapter 17, the beast with seven and ten horns that the prostitute sits on, are the pastors of the dragon – the seven heads and ten horns that come out from the sea in Revelation chapter 13. And this beast with seven heads and ten horns is the Satan’s pastors – the Nicolaitans seen in Revelation chapters 2 & 3. No one who knows the mystery of these Satan’s pastors, for this mystery was made known only to the promised pastor. The events of Revelation are the events of war between God and Satan, a war between the pastors of God and the pastors of Satan. All events occured generation after generation were events of war between God and Satan as well.

The destroyers will carry out actions as recorded (in Revelation). Jesus allows these Satan’s pastors to act according to the prophecies of Revelation, and as a result, these destroyers enter into their trap (refer to Jer 50:24). Let’s take a look and see what Satan’s organization used in bringing destruction upon God’s chosen people. First they used their power (authority), and their maddening wine of adultery. Power is the authority they received and gave each other, and the maddening wine of adultery is their ecclesiastical authority and doctrines.

Since the congregation members do not have much understanding of Scripture, they often just say “amen” to sermons even when a pastor of the world with prestige testifies his own way. To interpret and make one’s own commentaries to scriptures to gain more power and acknowledging such doctrine is like feeding the maddening wine of adultery having committed adultery with Satan. As seen in Deuteronomy 32:32-33, the maddening wine of adultery is the venom of serpents, the poison of cobras. These are the words of the dragon’s pastors – the words of the pastor who has the spirit of the snake. Maddening wine was fed to all nations, with the spirit of Satan entering in them, causing the fall of all the nations into destruction. The doctrines of the snake recorded in Revelation chapters 17 & 18 were fed using their power (authority), bringing destruction upon God’s chosen people, making them into Satan’s possession.

The congregation members ended in destruction and captivity as a result of the nation of Babylon. Revelation chapter 18 shows that the pastors fed the maddening wine of adulteries (commentary sermons) to the congregation members until they had gone drunk off it. Just like at the first coming, the chosen people Israel end up belonging to the spirit of gentile. Even today at the time of Revelation, the congregation members of first tabernacle of heaven received the ecclesiastical authority and the doctrines of the spirit of gentiles – which is their seed, their wine, thus belonging to the spirit of Satan. With their mouths they say they are God’s chosen people, just like it’s written in John chapter 8, and they call God the Father, but in reality, they now belong to Satan.

3. The Pastor of salvation who is promised in the New Testament (Rv chapters 2, 3, 10)

Jesus is the promised pastor born of a virgin promised in advance in the Old Testament (Is 7:14, Mt 1:21-23). As seen in Is9:6, it says this child born of a virgin is the mighty God, everlasting Father. The one who was born as this prophecy fulfilled was Jesus (Jn 5:39). Furthermore, Jesus said seeing him means having seen the Father (Jn 14:9). This is because God came down and became one with Christ (Mt 3:16-17, Jn 14:10-11). Jesus said God was His own Father. And Jesus making himself equal to God (Jn 5:17-18) testifies that Jesus was working the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies.

There is a promised pastor in the New Testament just like the Old Testament. Just like Jesus overcame (Jn 16:33), there is a one who overcomes as promised in Revelation chapters 2 & 3. The one who overcome in Revelation chapter 12 is the promised pastor. Who must he overcome? Just as promised in Revelation chapters 2 & 3, he must fight and overcome Satan the Nicolaitans, the beast with seven heads and ten horns in Revelation chapter 12. The pastors (the seven stars at the tabernacle of the seven golden lampstands) and the congregation members of the tabernacle of heaven in Revelation chapters 2, 3 and 13 fought the pastors of Satan (the seven heads), but have lost. However the male child born of the woman in Revelation chapter 12 fought the pastors of the dragon and overcame. With what? It is with the blood of Jesus and the word of testimony he overcame. As a result, all that became Satan’s possession is now returned to the one who overcomes. Furthermore, just as it is promised in Revelation chapters 2 & 3, he receives the blessings of the promised “fruit from the tree of life, the crown of life, will not be hurt at all by the second death, the hidden manna, the white stone to judge, the iron scepter to rule nations, the Morning Star, white clothes, will not be blotted out from the book of life, receives the holy city, New Jerusalem, the name of God, and the new name of Jesus, and the right to sit with Jesus on His throne, etc. Thus,, heaven, power and the bread of life, and God and Jesus will be with the one who overcomes. Salvation and blessings are only with the one who overcomes, as well as the food of life and heaven.

Jesus, who was victorious, works through the one who overcomes in Revelation chapter 12 as His horse (Rv6:2, 19:11-16). Furthermore, together with the one who overcomes are those who overcame who are worked as bowls in Revelation 16 to judge the betrayers and destroyers. And Jesus the Lord works through the one who overcomes as the seventh trumpet to seal those who are harvested, and create twelve tribes. The one who overcomes and the twelve tribes become the tree of life in Revelation chapter 22, where Jesus comes and dwells and unites as one with them (Rv3:12). Thus, Jesus works through the one who overcomes as his messenger, testifies on his behalf the reality of the fulfillment of Revelation to the churches (Rv22:16).

If there is no one who overcomes, there is no salvation, eternal life, hope, heaven nor God. Because the one who overcomes appeared, there is heaven, eternal life, and food that gives eternal life in Revelation chapters 2 & 3. The betrayed chosen people lost to Satan’s pastors, and Satan’s pastors lost to the male child in Revelation chapter 12. The one who overcomes possess all things just as it’s recorded in Deuteronomy chapter 28.

At the end of age, those who betray and became the possession of Satan must be born again through the one who overcomes to receive the food of eternal life and heaven recorded in Revelation chapters 2 & 3 – the one who never get blotted out from the book of life. I pray that one will perceive, repent and be born again to receive salvation.

Source: http://cafe.daum.net/scjschool/E4mY/271

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