Main reference: Jn 8:41-47
How do God’s thoughts differ from the devil’s thoughts?
Just like how the fruit of the tree of life tastes different from the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, God’s thoughts and the devil’s thoughts are different. God’s thoughts allow one to know the reality through the Truth so that they can be born again from death to life. However, the devil’s thoughts create lies, and to hide his wrongdoings, he makes people believe those lies. This is also known as deception.
The one who deceived Adam and Eve in Genesis chapter 3 and the Pharisaic pastors in Matthew chapter 23 were the serpents. Also the Nicolaitans in Revelation chapter 2 of the New Testament, also known as the dragon, the seven heads, and the ten horns from Revelation chapters 12 ~ 13, are the serpents. It is written in Revelation 12:9 and Revelation 20:2 that the dragon is the ancient serpent, the devil and Satan. Therefore, they are all the same entity.
The reality of this serpent is the evil spirit and also the pastors who belong to the evil spirit. Because this false spirit (evil spirit) becomes one with the pastor and work together, they are both the same devil.
What is the evidence that proves that God’s words are true and the devil’s words are lies?
As we see in Genesis chapters 2 ~ 3, God’s words were true and the serpent’s words, which are the words of the devil, were lies. The reality that took place as a history, as found in the Bible, is the evidence.
The work of Abraham and Moses promised by God was fulfilled according to His prophecy, and it was proven to be true. The promises made through the Old Testament prophets were fulfilled at the time of Jesus (Jn 19:30), and they too were proven to be true. However, at the time of the First Coming, the pastors (serpents) of the devil, the Pharisees, fabricated lies to hinder the work of God.
The Israelites boasted that they were the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. They called themselves the chosen people who belonged to God, and they called God their father (refer to Ex 3:15-16; Jn 8:41, 54). However, Jesus revealed that the pastors of Israel who were persecuting him were liars. He said that their father was the devil, and they too were the devil. He said this because their father was a murderer and a liar from the beginning, and they were lying just like their father (John chapter 8).
This serpent, the devil, lied to Eve during the time of Adam (Genesis chapter 3), he lied during the time of Jesus’ First Coming (John chapter 8), and he lied during the time of Jesus’ Second Coming (Revelation chapter 2).
Throughout the past 6,000 years of the 66 books of the Bible, we are able to see that the pastors who belong to the devil fabricated lies to persecute the messengers sent by God. With those lies, they wrote books of commentaries and taught them to the church members, making them believe in those lies. They have been sowing the seed of the devil and creating their own army. With their army, they have been persecuting and going against those who belong to God, God’s army.
God’s thought was to sacrifice His one and only beloved son to save and bring back to life those who fell into sin. The devil’s thought is to create lies, so people cannot believe in God’s truth and eventually be led to death. This is similar to what the serpent did to Eve during the time of Adam.
God’s characteristics (qualities) are life and the truth. The devil’s characteristics are death and lies. These are the thoughts and the wisdom of each of the entities. In Revelation chapters 21 and 22, those who belong to God and those who are cursed appear. Those who are cursed are those who fabricate lies as recorded in Revelation 21:8 and 22:15. They are the devil, the pastors who belong to the devil, and it is recorded that they will be condemned in the burning lake of sulfur.
How did the pastors of Israel treat Jesus at the time of the First Coming? They slandered Jesus by calling him a cult, persecuted him, and they went as far as to kill him. How about today? Today is the time of the Second Coming of Jesus, the era of Revelation. The heavens and the earth saw and heard what the pastors of the world have done to the tabernacle temple and the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony.
The one who overcomes in Revelation, like Jesus at the First Coming, becomes the tree of life. He receives the revelation of God, that is figuratively called the water of life as clear as crystal that flows from the throne of heaven, to give to all people without cost (Jn 14:6, 15:1, 5; Revelation chapter 22). The one who fabricated 14 different lies (content MBC PD Note reported and broadcasted in 2007) to persecute Shincheonji and those who teach commentaries made of lies, will enter the burning lake of sulfur. Also, those who add and subtract from Revelation will enter the flames of hell (Rv 22:18-19).
Regardless of who it is, If one desires to enter the Holy City where the tree of life is at, they must be born again through the water of life (Revealed Word) as clear as crystal that flows from the throne. They must wash the robes of their hearts and have their names recorded in the book of life (Rv 21:27, 22:1-5, 14). If one believes only in the words of the false pastors but do not believe in the words of promise that God gave, then they will never enter the kingdom of heaven.
Jesus entirely reveals the events of Revelation to the promised pastor (New John) and chooses him to be his messenger to speak on his behalf as the Advocate. He sends him to the churches to testify to the events of the entire book of Revelation (Rv 22:8, 16). Those who believe and receive this testimony are those who believe in Jesus, as it says in Revelation 1:2-3.
God’s new kingdom is created through those who believe in this and are sealed. This is the place where God dwells. This is the kingdom of heaven.