I, the Promised Pastor (the One Who Overcomes) of Shincheonji, did not come on my own. I was sent in Jesus’ name. This era today is the end of the churches, and I was sent to the churches (Rv 22:16).
What I testify to the churches are the things that fulfilled (physical fulfillment) according to Revelation. When Jesus said to believe in the New Testament, he was referring to the fulfillment of Revelation (refer to Rv 1:1-3, Rv 22:6-7). Those who do not believe in this are people who do not believe in Jesus and his words. I am Jesus’ messenger who speaks on his behalf. Cursing the messenger-who-speaks-on-behalf is like cursing Jesus, like the Pharisees and the teachers of the law at the First Coming.
The prophecies God made to Abraham at the time of Israel (Gn 15) was fulfilled from Egypt through Moses. The promises made through the various Old Testament prophets were fulfilled by Jesus. The things Jesus prophesied about 2,000 years ago through John who was at the island of Patmos, fulfilled today at Mt. Cheonggye in the city of Gwacheon of the Republic of Korea. The messenger-who-speaks-on-behalf testifies to the churches what have been fulfilled. Do not become like the people at the First Coming, who did not believe but persecuted, but let us check for ourselves and believe in order to receive salvation.
If there is anyone who examined the Bible and wants to receive salvation as written in the New Testament, let me ask:
At the end of the churches, should one follow and believe in their pastor’s words to receive salvation or should one follow and believe the promised pastor? Please answer. Some say, “At the end of the world (end of age), one cannot go to heaven if he/she listens to anyone else other than his/her pastor. Listening to the words of an outsider is getting deceived.” Is this saying even Biblical? If a blind congregation member becomes one with the deaf, the hypocrite, the false witness who testifies lies rather than the Word, would he/she go to heaven? Why is it that they do not know and believe in the Bible and its will? Is it genetics? Is it a habit? Persecutions, mockery, and murder—who are these from? (refer to Jn 16:1-4; Mt 5:11-12)
The LORD said, “you must speak my words to them, whether they listen or fail to listen, for they are rebellious” (refer to Ez 2:7; Mt 15:24). Just as the era of the Law of Moses ended and the era of the New Testament of Jesus came, the era of the New Testament prophecies ended and the new era of the Lord’s second coming and the Promised Pastor has come. One era has gone and a new era has come. Who can prevent this from happening?
Those who are ignorant come to an end with one era, while those who perceive become the people of heaven of the new era. They live eternally in heaven together with God who reigns.
This place is the promised kingdom, the Twelve Tribes of Shincheonji Church of Jesus the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony.