Main reference: 2 Thes 2:2-4
In Matthew 24, Jesus’ disciples asked him, “when will this happen, and what will be the sign of your coming and of the end of the age?” Jesus answered, saying that “Jerusalem of the chosen people will be destroyed; the destroyer will stand in the holy temple; and when the sun and the moon darken and the stars fall to the earth, the Son of Man will come together with the angels to harvest.” Also, he said that “at this time, there will be a faithful and wise servant, who gives food at the proper time, whom he will put in charge of all his possessions.” This person is the savior. It is stated in Revelation that the one who fights against and overcomes the enemy, Satan’s pastor, is the savior (Rv 2, 3). These are words regarding the Lord’s Second Coming, the signs of the end of the age, and the savior.
Noah was the savior when Adam’s generation was destroyed; Moses and Joshua were the saviors when Canaan (Noah’s generation) was destroyed; and Jesus was the savior when the physical Israelites were destroyed.
At the time of Revelation, the end of the age, who is the savior? According to the promise, it is the one who fights against and overcomes the pastor of Satan. Then who, when, where, with whom and with what did he fight and overcome? Also what is the reason they fought?
As seen in Revelation 13, the pastors of Satan (the group of the dragon) forcefully entered into the tabernacle of God’s chosen people and destroyed the congregation members there. That is why the male child (the one born of the woman clothed with the sun) and his brothers fought against the pastors of Satan (Rv 12). This took placein 1980. They fought at the tabernacle of the seven stars (messengers) located in Gwacheon. Each fought with their word of testimony, and as a result, the pastor of Satan was defeated and kicked out.
The male child in Revelation 12, the one who overcomes, like Jacob and Jesus, has become Israel and has established the twelve tribes of the new kingdom of heaven (Rv 12). This person is the promised savior. He receives the hidden manna in Revelation 2, and he is the one “who gives the food at the proper time” in Matthew 24. In Revelation 2 and 3, the chosen people, the seven stars, are deceived by Satan’s Nicolaitans. When this happens, as according to Jesus’ commands, he makes this truth known to them and sends them a letter calling for repentance. He also receives the white stone to judge and the iron scepter to rule all nations; he is the one on whom God, the holy city of the spiritual realm, and Jesus comes down. He is one who sits on Jesus’ throne and does the work of administration. He is also the one who harvests at the time of Revelation’s fulfillment, who seals and establishes the twelve tribes of God’s kingdom.
Revelation 6 is where the chosen people receive judgment and come to an end. Revelation 7, on the other hand, details the creation of God’s kingdom, the twelve tribes. In Revelation 13, the chosen people receive the mark from the devil’s gentile pastor and become one with him. In chapter 14, the harvested firstfruits learn the new song (the revealed word), are sealed, and become the twelve tribes of God’s kingdom. Revelation 17 and 18 show the church members of Babylon drinking the wine of adultery, given by the pastor of Satan, and marrying the devil. In chapter 19, there is now a marriage between the sealed congregation members and the Lamb.
Where the pastor of Satan guides to and what he feeds, are clearly different from where the pastor of salvation guides to and what he feeds. One’s spirit is dead if one sees the truth of this fulfillment and still does not perceive. Currently, the churches of Satan’s pastors, as well as their actions, are crumbling. If one sees this and still does not perceive, it is because he is dead.
The Lord said, “I have told you now before it happens so that when it does happen you will believe” (Jn 14:29). Paul explained in 2 Thessalonians 2 that the savior will come after the events of betrayal and destruction. In the events of Revelation there were the betrayers (chosen people) and the destroyers. Afterwards the savior appears, and this savior is the one who overcomes.
Truly, if one believes in Jesus and his words, then one must find out and know the location of the events, as well as the characters that appear. Persecuting those who merely do not belong to their organization is the action of Satan. A congregation member who believes in the Bible to attain salvation must confirm through the Bible the promised betrayer, destroyer, and savior. Jesus made sure that we know in detail the time and location of the event, the characters that appear, and their actions. He also made known how the world will end, in what way the new world will come, and the signs of those days.
Everyone must know that those who are not a part of the twelve tribes of Shincheonji, the promised new kingdom that appeared according to the order recorded in the Bible, will go to hell. No one will have an excuse at the judgment, because of whatShincheonji has done: we helped those who added and subtracted from Revelation tonot do so; we harvested those who have not been harvested; we sealed those who have not been sealed. What excuse will anyone have?
In 1984, the year the universe rotated around once, God opened a new era as the old passed away. He established the new kingdom (Shincheonji, Church of Jesus, the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony; abbreviated as “Shincheonji”). The promised pastor chosen by God circled the globe (May and July of 2012) to makeknown the fulfillment of the East to the West (“Dong SeongSeo Hang”). Through the Culture and Sports Celebration Event (September of 2012), he pleaded that throughthe culture of heaven, we bring about world peace and the restoration of light, and cessation of wars. The press from various countries reported this event.
We, Shincheonji, pray for the congregation members to perceive and be saved.