The creation of the spiritual realm & the physical realm

Main reference: Mt 6:10

What is the creation of the spiritual realm and the physical realm that is recorded in the Bible?

The spiritual realm is the world of the spirits where there is no flesh, and the physical realm is where the flesh lives. There are two types of spiritual realm: one is the world that belongs to the holy spirits of God and the other belongs to the evil spirits of the devil.

There are also two types of physical realm just like the spiritual realm. One is the world of people belonging to the holy spirits of God and the other is the world of people belonging to the evil spirits of the devil. There is also the world of non-believers where there are no spirits. The world of believers is like a house that is occupied and the world of non-believers is like an empty house.

The spirit is able to eat using its ears, eyes, and nose. The flesh is able to eat using its ears, eyes, nose, and mouth. What is similar in the way spirit and flesh eat is that they both use their ears to listen and to eat. There is a difference between the ways spirit and flesh eat with their eyes, noses, and mouths.

God made known to Moses the summary of the creation of heaven and earth since the world of Adam, and this is what Moses recorded (Genesis).

God, who is spirit, together with the spirits created male and female in His image. He told them to be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it (Gn 1:26-28). Since Adam and Eve sinned, God drove them out of Eden and placed cherubim (four living creatures) and a flaming sword flashing back and forth to guard the way (Gn 3).

Not only did Adam sin, but afterwards the sons of God also married the daughters of men and became mortal like them. Since sin and evil was abundant, God destroyed the world of Adam (Gn 6:1-7).

After this, God who left the world of Adam came to Noah to be with him. But again, Canaan of the world of Noah sinned, so God left them and came to be with Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Moses. God came to be with Moses and had him create what was fulfilled in heaven here on earth. Moses created the tabernacle and all its furnishings exactly like the pattern that God showed him (Ex 25). Of the things that Moses created, the priests’ garments (“ephod” and “breast piece”) were adorned with stones on the two shoulders and the breast piece. God told him to engrave the names of the sons of Israel (the 12 tribes) on the stones, and to make each engraving like a seal with the name of one of the twelve tribes (Ex 28:1-30).

Like this, God put an end to physical Israel that He created because of their sins and sent Jesus to create the twelve tribes of spiritual Israel through the twelve disciples (Mt 11:12-13, Lk 16:16, Jn 1:9-13). The seed of God was sown throughout the world through Jesus and his twelve disciples (Acts 1:8). Jesus and his twelve disciples suffered martyrdom and became a part of the Holy City, New Jerusalem, and the foundation of the city. Just as the twelve tribes of physical Israel were represented by twelve stones, this foundation is also made of twelve stones (Rv 21).

In the same way, Moses created the tabernacle and all its furnishings in the exact pattern of heaven he had seen (Ex 25). Jesus did things according to the exact pattern of heaven he had seen (Jn 5). Today the promised kingdom Shinchonji has been created on this earth according to the pattern of the New Jerusalem created in heaven. This is like the saying in Matthew 6:10 that His will is done on earth as it is in heaven.

The twelve tribes of Shinchonji Church of Jesus are the twelve precious stones created on earth as recorded in Revelation 21. Just as Jesus was the living stone (1 Pt 2:4), his disciples also were like stones (precious stones); today, the one who overcomes is the living stone (refer to Rv 2:17) and the twelve tribes that appear also become stones (precious stones).

The twelve tribes of Shinchonji Church of Jesus are the tree of life created on earth as it is in heaven. There is eternal life by eating the fruit of life, the firstfruits (refer to Rv 22:1-5), from this tree. This tree bears twelve crops of fruit, yielding its fruit every month. Come and see for yourself! The leaves of this tree have the power to heal all nations (Rv 22:2). Without the twelve tribes of Shinchonji the world of humankind cannot be healed. People curse and persecute the healing tree of life of the twelve tribes of Shinchonji because the devil is with them.

Our Shinchonji culture of heaven will heal the world that has been corrupted for the past 6,000 years and make it so that there is no longer any war on this earth. Through the culture of heaven found in Shinchonji the peace and restoration of light will come to this world and God will reign. The reason that Shinchonji is the only place for sinners to receive salvation is because Jesus and his blood (revealed word) are at Shinchonji (refer to Rv 1:5-6, 5:9-10, 7:9-14), and God is with Shinchonji.

Shinchonji will embrace anyone from the global community, washing the tears from their eyes, and allowing them to be reborn as new creation. Up until now, creation has been yearning for empty hopes but now the sons of the one who overcomes (the twelve tribes) have come to free them and join in the glory (refer to Rom 8:19-23). This is peace and the restoration of life.

Amen!

Source: http://cafe.daum.net/scjschool/E4mY/389

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