The Word Since the Beginning, the Faith to be Revealed & I

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Main references: Jn 1:1-13, Jn 3:1-6; Gal 3:23-28 NKJV (Gal 4:1-7 NKJV)

What is the Word from the beginning? What is the faith to be revealed? How do they apply to me?

What is the difference between the parables of the secrets of the kingdom of heaven that Jesus spoke of during the First Coming and the physical fulfillment at the Second Coming (the physical entities of Revelation)?

The one who knows the heart and will of God will give the same answer as I.

Apostle Paul said in 1 Corinthians 13, “For we know in part and we prophesy in part, but when perfection comes, the imperfect disappears… Now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror, then we shall see face to face.” He said this before perfection came.

There is a revelation that fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies (sealed scroll) during Jesus’ first coming, and there is a revelation that fulfills the New Testament prophecies during the Second Coming. What is the difference between the revelation at the First Coming and the revelation at the Second Coming? The Law of Moses was like an elementary teacher (schoolmaster, KJV) during Jesus’ first coming. Compared to the revelation at the Second Coming, the revelation of Jesus’ first coming is like an elementary teaching. Because the revelation at the Second Coming is the perfection, there is no other teaching greater than this.

God’s work of 6,000 years completes as the Book of Revelation of the New Testament fulfills. The 6,000 years of history occurred for Revelation in the New Testament. Just as the Law of Moses was the tutor (NKJV) that led to Christ, the revelation of Jesus’ first coming is a tutor that leads to the revelation of the New Testament.

Today, when believers do not believe in the revelation Jesus promised in the New Testament, they are falling from, among all places, the last stretch of the 6,000 year-long path toward heaven. When Jesus said, “On that day,” “on the day,” he was referring to the time of Revelation. It will be like a runner who has been running on the path toward heaven for the past 6,000 years, only to stumble right in front of the finish line.

God’s work of bloodshed was for accomplishing heaven and the people of heaven. Mankind, with no exception, is a sinner born as a descendant of Adam. A person born of Adam’s sin is part of Adam’s family, a person born of Noah’s seed is part of Noah’s family, and a person born of Abraham’s seed is part of Abraham’s family. Likewise, a person born of the seed of the holy God without sin is part of God’s family. This is the new thing, the work of becoming a person of heaven.

The promise God made through Jesus in the New Testament is regarding “being born again,” from a sinner to a righteous. One must be born again by God’s seed and His spirit. Flesh gives birth to flesh and the spirit gives birth to spirit (Jn 3:5-6). The Word from the beginning is spirit, it is God (Jn 1:1, 4:24), the seed, and the life. This Word is imperishable, and it is the spirit. One is able to be born again by “the Word since the beginning,” because this Word is the seed, the spirit, and the life. Accepting the faith to be revealed from heaven is accepting the seed of life and the holy spirit. This enters me and changes me from within, so that what is mortal becomes immortal, and what is perishable into the seed that is imperishable (1 Cor 15:53-54, 1 Pt 1:23), to a new creation that does not perish (2 Cor 15:7). This is a new person who is born again.

The revelation that was in part during the First Coming is fundamentally different from the revelation that is perfect during the Second Coming. As a result, when the perfection comes, the perfection is greater. Believing this is the faith to be revealed, and the perfect faith is the revelation of the New Testament. The things that help us believe in the revelation are its physical entities.

This era is the era when God and heaven come, and the place they come to are the 12 Tribes of the people of heaven who are born again into a new creation. Those who are not considered as the people of heaven, the kingdom promised in the Revelation of the New Testament, cannot see God and heaven, nor can they enter it. The reason is that they are not reborn into a new creation and are the people of the world, rather than the people of heaven. Although they had to believe in God’s promise, which was the rebirth into a new creation of the people of heaven through the faith to be revealed, they did not believe, but instead, they believed in themselves.

As it is written in 2 Corinthians 5:13-15, Christ died for all, and therefore all died. And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for the dead (themselves), but for him who died for them and was raised again. The person who lives in this manner is a new creation, a person who has been born again. Therefore, do not add to or subtract from the Word from the beginning, the revealed word that is like the water as clear as crystal, the Revelation (prophecy) and what has been revealed (physical fulfillment). Through complete faith, the spirit of Christ will come into the temple of our hearts and live there. Therefore, I am dead, and Christ lives in my body (Gal 2:20). This is a person who completely belongs to Christ.

The saying that a person’s heart is a building, a field, is correct. If one does not have the spirit of Christ, he does not belong to Christ (Rom 8:9) If Christ lives in me, like Jesus Christ, I will know the work of God, will act according to His will, and live with God in heaven.