Main reference: Rv 22:18-19, Jn 19:30, Rv 21:6
God created Adam, and entrusted all creation to his governance. Although Adam was warned by God, he believed the word of Satan and betrayed God. Because of the betrayal of Adam and his generation, God chose Noah, a ninth generational descendent of Adam, to start his work anew. However, Noah’s son Ham and his grandson Canaan (the generation of Noah and the generation of Canaan) betrayed God like Adam by serving foreign gods.
God made a promise to Abraham, who was the tenth descendent of Noah. The promise was fulfilled through Moses, who was four generations removed from Jacob, a grandson of Abraham (Israelite), who entered Egypt (Ge 15:12-16, Ex 12:37-41). The Physical Israelites, the world of Moses, also betrayed God by serving a foreign god during the time of Solomon. In the world of Adam, Noah, and even that of Moses, the Physical Israelites who betrayed God were all destroyed and came to an end.
From Adam to Jesus’ first coming, everything God had promised was accomplished. God, who accomplished the Old Testament, had made a new promise again to Jesus. The people in Adam’s generation kept insisting that they had inherited all creation from God, paying no heed to their prior betrayals.
The people in Noah’s generation also claimed that only they were the chosen people who were saved during the time of the destruction in Adam’s generation. They also seemed uncaring about their betrayals of serving foreign gods. The people in Moses’s generation, that is, the Physical Israelites, became the chosen people by getting out of Egypt and receiving the law. They too betrayed God by serving a foreign god during the time of Solomon. However, they contend that they received the commandments and were chosen by God and so do not care about their betrayals.
Jesus said, “Heaven is near. Repent (Mt 4:17),”during the first coming. It was urged to repent for the betrayals of the previous ancestors who served a foreign god (Adam, Noah, Moses, and so on). Moreover, Jesus created ‘a new thing’, that is, conveying the gospel from heaven (Jer 31:22, 27 Jn 1:12-13, Mt 4:23). This gospel was not based on the seed of humans, but the seed of God. Every one of the people with the genetic seed of Adam betrayed God.
Jesus sowed the spiritual seed of God, that is the seed of heaven’s gospel, not the seed of the body, and he ascended to heaven. Jesus and his disciples who were born from the seed of the gospel, that is the seed of God, did not betray God like the bodily children of Adam, Noah, or Moses’s generations, but obeyed to their deaths.
It has been 2,000 years since the seeds were sown. There will come an end of the Spiritual Israelites as Jesus predicted.
They will betray God through the work of Satan (Mt 24:15, 29, Rv 6:12-17). This betrayal is what occurs in Mt 24 and Revelation. The first tabernacle is defeated by a crowd of Satan’s pastors (Rv chapter 13). After that, the child and his brothers in Rv 12 win over the pastor of Satan. It is the end of the Spiritual Israelites, and the appearance of a New Heaven and New Earth. There has been the appearance and the end of the nation of God and the creation and the betrayal by the chosen people. This will occur until Jesus’ second coming, which is the generation of Shinchonji.
In every previous period, the existing heaven betrayed God, and a subsequent heaven was created with the seeds saved from the first heaven (Isa 1:2-9). It will be the same process at Jesus’ second coming. There was a promised word (prophecy) about Jesus, and he accomplished the words when it was time to do so, thus creating a new nation of God.
The first heaven lasted until John the Baptist, who was the messenger preparing the way for Jesus (Jn 5:35, Mt 11:12-13, Lk 16:16). During Jesus’ first coming, the first heaven possessed the seven stars which prepared the way for the promised pastor who will come to Jesus’ second coming when the revelation of the New Testament is accomplished. In the end, the promised pastor who overcomes the world is chosen, and the second heaven is created.
The promised pastor is the promised pastor because God promised his appearance. Which promise? He will receive the blessings promised in Rv 2 and 3 if he wins. Therefore, there has to be a man who overcomes, and he becomes the promised pastor by winning according to the prophecy. God shows every event of Revelation to him, and charges him with harvesting the crop and creates 12 tribes which are the nation of God (Rv 7, 12). They are the promised kingdom and the priests of the New Testament (Rv 1:5-6, 5:9-10).
This accomplishment is not what humans meant to do, but it is the intention of God. The promised nation and the promised people (people who belong to heaven) are created through the promised pastor (the man who overcomes).
“The creation of the nation of God”, which is the end of one generation and the appearance of another generation, is done according to the promise of God. It is not created by the thought, cogitation, or concepts of humans. Therefore, it is clearly stated in Rv 22:18-19 that the words of prophecy of this book must not be added too or taken away. Is there a truly holy place created during this process in the whole world? Shinchonji is that only place. It is the nation which appeared from the promised word.
Prophecy was written to help us believe when the fulfillment occurs (Jn 14:29). We have to know what God promised to accomplish in the prophecy, and believe when the promise happens to be real. If the pastor who leads his followers does not know the meaning of the prophecy and its accomplishment, he is the same as a blind man. His followers are blind as well if they also do not know the meaning of the prophecy. Therefore, as Jesus said in Mt 15:14, “If a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.”The pastors cannot realize that even though the promised pastor testifies about the fulfillment, they still do not know the prophecy and its fulfillment. Therefore, they persecute him as a heretic according to their own standards. They will go to hell in the end, because they could not believe in the prophecy and its accomplishment. The sickle for harvesting (Rv 14:14-16) is the prophecy and its accomplishment. The man who realizes this will come out from the land where the seeds were sown (Christian church), however, the man who cannot realize this will be left in the land (his church) and go to a fiery lake as a weed to be burned (Mt 13:24-30).
As Jesus said, “By their fruits, we realize the tree (Mt 12:33, Lk 6:43-44),”and weeds will persecute and curse the twelve tribes which were harvested to the storeroom in heaven (Zion mountain). However the man who harvests must love, forgive, and bless them. Weeds habitually persecute and curse us, because they do not believe in the prophecy and its accomplishment, which means they are not truly faithful men.
The recovery of the history of 6,000 years of God is the creation of the promised twelve tribes who are sealed with the word of God in Revelation. Anyone (twelve tribes) who comes here will realize his desire.