The Prophecy and the Fulfillment Believers Must Keep

The prophecy God had promised Abraham was fulfilled through God coming to Moses (Gn 15, Ex 12), and the people had kept the Law. Also, the prophecies God promised through the Old Testament prophets were fulfilled when God came and worked through Jesus (Lk 24:44, Jn 19:30). Spiritual Israel, which began from the time of Jesus, had been testifying about this until now. This is similar to Physical Israel testifying about Moses law.

Jesus said, “When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on the earth,” (Lk 18:8). How are the churches now? As it was in the days of the first coming, there is only an abundance of man’s commandments. The church members think they will receive salvation by attending church and offer their acts of service. If the Old Testament testified about Jesus (Jn 5:39), the New Testament testifies about the second coming of Jesus (Jn 14:1-3).

If this is God’s will, then today’s pastors and believers should tell people about the New Testament prophecies. The New and Old Testament testifies about Jesus. Jesus of the first coming, which was prophesied about in the Old Testament, had already come and gone and since Jesus of the second coming as promised in the New Testament will be coming again (Rv 1:7), it is only appropriate for pastors to tell others about the prophecies (promises) regarding the second coming and how the prophecies were fulfilled.   

Who is telling (testifying to) others about Jesus’ prophecies right now? Aren’t people only testifying about man’s commandments? Such commandments are being testified through sources like Christian television network. In this kind of state, will there be anyone who receives Jesus coming for the second time as promised in the New Testament? This is why Jesus asked if he would find faith on this earth when he returns.

The signs of the Lord’s return are recorded in the New Testament prophecies.  It is written at the time of the Lord’s return, all nations will have fallen, received Satan’s teachings, and married Satan (Rv 18). At that time, Jesus comes and captures the pastors, who sinned (betrayed), and Satan’s pastors.  After he judges them, he gathers believers from all directions and prepares the wedding banquet as recorded in Rv 16-19.

The signs of the end of the age as well as what will be fulfilled according to prophecy are recorded in Revelation, and it is written if anyone adds to or takes words away from Revelation, he would not be able to receive salvation (Rv 22:18-19).

Today, among the pastors and the congregation members who belong to them, is there anyone who understands Revelation and knows how it has been fulfilled? Moreover, are they testifying about it without adding to or taking words away from it? There is no one besides Shinchonji Church of Jesus (refer to Rv 5:1-3). If so, the teachings the pastors of this world are giving to their congregation members about them receiving salvation are detestable lies, right? Despite this, should they stop their congregation members from going to Shinchonji to learn about the Bible?

Like the Pharisees (Mt 23:13), in every generation, pastors and elders accused the prophets, apostles, Jesus, and his disciples of being a cult (refer to Jn 8, Acts 24:5). Were they really a cult? Why did the pastors and elders accuse them of being a cult? Isn’t it because they were afraid their wrongdoings would be revealed? Revelation is the revelation of Jesus Christ (Rv 1:1), and if a person does not receive Jesus’ revelation, like a beast (Pr 30:2-3) he will not be able to know the true God and the one whom he has sent, and therefore, he will not be able to receive salvation  (refer to Mt 11:27, Jn 17:3). 

Revelation is prophecy that will be fulfilled. By fulfilling what has been recorded from chapter 1 to 22 one by one, the actual entities that were prophesied about appear. Those actual entities are testified about through the words that prophesied about them. Have you ever heard and seen the actual entities that are testified about? We at Shinchonji Church of Jesus have mastered the Bible and are testifying according to the 5 w’s and 1 h (who, what, when, where, why, and how) about the actual entities that have appeared according to the prophecies of Revelation. Is this wrong? 

As it was in the days of Noah and Lot (Lk 17:26-30), the ones who do not believe in Revelation will be destroyed and the ones who believe will be saved in the ark (the place of salvation). Rather than speaking curses behind people’s backs like the Pharisees, we hope pastors would accept our request for a public debate and come to an understanding through the public debate and the word of revelation. 

The logic of the fulfillment of Revelation (summary)

1. Like the time of the first coming, the fulfillment begins with the messengers (messengers of the seven lamps) of the tabernacle, who prepare the way (Rv 1, 2, 3). Satan’s pastor (Nicolaitans) masquerades as an angel of light (2 Cor 11:13-15), enters into the tabernacle, receives his appointed task, and feeds the people inside the tabernacle his teachings. 

2. Satan’s pastor, the Nicolaitans, brings the seven pastors and ten elders of Satan’s denomination (Rv 8-9) into the tabernacle and destroys the tabernacle, which prepares the way and betrays (Rev 13). He stands in the holy place (pulpit). At that time, the seven pastors of the tabernacle (seven stars) lose in the battle against them and flee in seven ways (refer to Dt 28).

3. At that time, some from the tabernacle (the promised pastor, who is the one who overcomes, and his brothers) fight against Satan’s pastor, who is likened to a beast. They overcome by the blood of Jesus and the word of testimony (Rv 12). The seven pastors of Satan, who lose in the battle, flee in seven ways, and the one who overcomes becomes the new spiritual Israel and establishes the twelve tribes of God’s kingdom (Gn 7).

The seven messengers of the tabernacle that prepared the way and betrayed, the Nicolaitans and Satan’s seven pastors, and the one who came out from the tabernacle and overcame are the actual entities of the betrayers, destroyers, and savior mentioned by Paul  (2 Thes 2:1-4). Only those who belong to the group of the one who overcomes, the savior, are those who will receive salvation in the New Testament (Rv 7, 14:1-5, 14-16). 

For the past 29 years, Shinchonji has been testifying everything about the physical fulfillment of Revelation.