The content of the Bible can be divided into history, moral teachings, prophecies, and fulfillment. Prophecies are fulfilled in the order of betrayal, destruction, and salvation (2 Thes 2:1-3). We hope for the prophecies to be fulfilled as promised, and we wait and pray for this to happen.
The claims that the majority of the pastors from each denomination make are not a result of receiving the revelation of the Holy Spirit. The evidence of this is that each denomination’s commentary books interpret the same Bible differently. The reason that their interpretations are different is that the spirits working in them are all different. If their will is in line with will of the Holy Spirit, neither the name of each denomination nor their interpretations of the Bible would be different. This is because there is only one Spirit. Also, congregation members are bound to believe the spirit that controls their pastor. The opinions and beliefs of the congregation members depend on which denomination their pastor is from. They are each born of their pastor’s spirit; therefore, they all believe and insist upon the doctrines that their pastor preaches.
The will of the Holy Spirit is to fulfill the New Testament. First, we must know the true meaning of the New Testament so that we can see, believe, and understand when it fulfills (Jn 14:29). If the true meaning of the prophecies is not understood, then each denomination will have different claims of their own. The words of their claims become a seed, and this seed becomes the seed of weeds.
The Holy Spirit makes known the true meaning of the prophecies at the time they are fulfilled, and allows us testify the truth by seeing the fulfilled reality. It is made known to the chosen promised pastor first (Rv 10). When the prophecies are fulfilled, the promised pastor, whom the Holy Spirit is with, sees, hears, and testifies the fulfillment according to the command of the Holy Spirit (Rv 1:2; 22:16). There cannot be any fault in this testimony because he testifies what has fulfilled exactly according to the prophecies. This is also because there is physical evidence.
People do not understand the meaning of the Bible and so believe only in their pastor and their words, yet they say they believe in God and Jesus – so how can their faith not be a lie? This is the reality of the lives of faith in each denomination at the end of the age.
Everyone must repent and find the Bible’s promised pastor, the one who overcomes, and his denomination, the twelve tribes of the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony, and learn the new song (Rv 2-3; 7; 12:5-11; 14:1-5; 15:2-5). Rather than listening to the words of those who are unenlightened, believers must learn the word of God and become ones who receive salvation as promised in the Bible.