Main reference: Rv 21
Jesus came according to the Old Testament, and God was with Jesus. Jesus fulfilled everything according to what was spoken in the Old Testament. He bore the sins of all men, and died.
Jesus, who came into the world as a light (Jn 12:46), said that when he leaves, night would come (Jn 9:4).
After Jesus, Catholicism was established, and then Protestantism was established to reform the corruption of the Catholic Church. However, Catholics outnumber the Protestants in the world right now.
If you examine the history of Christianity, the period of the Law of Moses was replaced by the period of the gospel of the kingdom of Jesus (spiritual Israel, the world of Christianity).
Jesus told his disciples to “be my witnesses to the end of the earth after receiving the Holy Spirit”(Acts 1:8), and also said that “the gospel of the kingdom of heaven will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come” (Mt 24:14). The end refers to the end of the first heaven and its church and the congregation members (spiritual Israel), and the new heaven refers to the new church and congregation members (new spiritual Israel) (refer to Rv 6, 7, Rv 21:1). This gospel of the kingdom of heaven was a prophecy to be fulfilled.
The promise God made through Abraham fulfilled at the time of Moses, and the promise God made through the Old Testament’s prophets fulfilled at the time of Jesus’ First Coming (Jn 19:30). The promise Jesus made in the New Testament will be fulfilled at the time of Jesus’ Second Coming (Rv 21:6). Jesus said, “I have told you now before it happens, so that when it does happen you will believe” (Jn 14:29). God’s will in the New Testament is contained in the book of Revelation, so the book of Revelation must be fulfilled in order for God’s will, as well as for the hope of the believers, to be achieved.
Catholicism focuses on Mass (service) and confession, while Protestantism focuses on worship services and repentance. Both Catholic and Protestant seminary schools do not teach how to unravel the Bible, but primarily how to lead worship services and regulate the church.
No one could know the true meaning of the sealed book of the Old Testament; thus, people could only teach and learn the teachings of men (Is 29:9-13). God opened the sealed book and gave it to Jesus (Ez 3), who in turn fulfilled and revealed it (refer to Mt 11:27).
Who opens the sealed book of the New Testament (Rv 5), and who receives it with the duty to fulfill it? Jesus opens the book, and gives it to the New John (the promise pastor, the one who overcomes) via the angel, so that it can be made known to the servants (the twelve tribes), and then to the world (Rv 1:1-3). Whether it is Jesus’ First or Second Coming, no one can know heaven, God, Jesus, or whom they have sent (at the First Coming: Jesus; at the Second Coming: the one who overcomes), except the one who receives the revelation (refer to Mt 11:27; Jn 17:3).
A lot of the pastors in the world claim, “We are saved, we are orthodox, and are doctors of divinity.” However, they have not received the revelation, so they are talking nonsense.
The commentaries they have made are “other gospels” completely (refer to Gal 1:8-9).
Right now is the period of the Revelation, and during this period, there must be fulfillment according to the book of Revelation (refer to Rv 1:1-3). Shincheonji is the only place that has received the promise through the revealed word (life and light), by overcoming the group of Satan in Revelation 2 and 3. In Shincheonji, people are trained with only the ‘new song’, which is the revealed word (Rv 14:1-3). It is time for believers who have had their hope in heaven, to repent and wake up. Whether one chooses to believe and act in accordance with the revealed word of the New Testament or not, this is what will lead one to heaven or hell.