The Summary of the Prophecy and Fulfillment of Revelation (Chapters 1-22)

The Book of Revelation is a book with prophecies that will fulfill in the future. After ascending to heaven, Jesus showed these to his disciple John. This article is a summary of the fulfillment that took place today, 2,000 years after the prophecies were first recorded.

Revelation 1 speaks of the alpha and the omega, the start of the events of Revelation (prophecy) and the end (fulfillment). Revelation 1:1-8 is the conclusion of the events of all the chapters in Revelation, and Revelation 1:9-20 makes known the start of the events.

The events begin with the appearance of the seven stars, which is one of the three mysteries in Revelation.

The following is the content of Revelation 2 and 3. After Satan’s Nicolaitans invade the tabernacle of the seven stars (messengers) who are one of the three mysteries, Jesus chooses John to send letters to the seven messengers. Jesus tells them to repent and to fight and overcome the group of Satan, and he promises to give all the blessings found in Revelation 2 and 3 to him who overcomes.

In Revelation 4, after John sends the letters to the seven stars, he is called up to heaven in the spiritual realm. He sees the organization of God’s throne and what must take place after this, and he hears that God and His kingdom are to come to this earth.

In Revelation 5, John had come up to heaven, and he also sees the book sealed with seven seals in the right hand of God who is seated on the throne. Because no one in heaven or on earth or under the earth can open the book or look inside it, John weeps, but he hears that Jesus who has triumphed can open the seven seals. He also hears that Jesus purchased men with his blood and have made them to be a kingdom and priests.

In Revelation 6, the Lamb opens six of the seven seals. The prophecies that were written fulfill and the events take place on earth. Upon hearing the command from the four living creatures, riders on horses of four different colors appear. Excluding the one quart of wheat and three quarts of barley, the remnant seed, they bring the beast and kill ¼ of the chosen people who betrayed (the family of the sun, moon, and stars). The chosen people who betrayed are banished from heaven and become part of the gentiles who are merely flesh (event of the heaven and earth removed from their places). This is the judgment of the chosen people who betrayed. It is like the time of Noah when the world of Adam that betrayed received judgment through the flood.

In Revelation 7, after the chosen people who betrayed are judged in Revelation 6, the work of sealing takes place to create the 12 tribes of God’s new kingdom and priests. After the work of sealing, the winds blow (judgment) again and a great multitude dressed in white (people) who have washed themselves with the blood of the Lamb come out from all nations.

Revelation 8 is about the event that takes place when the seventh seal opens. The sealed book opens completely, and all the entities that had been prophesied about appear on earth. After the seventh seal opens, seven trumpets are blown—the first four in Revelation 8. As witnesses, each trumpet sounds and makes known the events that took place, such as the destruction of those who had been banished and got struck by the enemies in Revelation 6.

Revelation 9 is a continuation of Revelation 8, in that the next two trumpets (5th-6th) are blown. The chosen people are killed by the group of Satan that had been prepared for this moment. This chapter makes known the method the riders and the horses use to kill the people. Despite such treatment from the destroyers, the people of the tabernacle of the seven stars that betrayed do not repent.

Revelation 8 and 9 are events that John saw when the six trumpets sounded.

In Revelation 10, an angel comes holding an opened book and shows John the sea and the earth being judged by the book. He gives John the scroll to eat and commands him to prophesy again the content of this book to all the churches (refer to Rv 10:11). He then makes known that at the seventh trumpet, the mystery of God will be accomplished just as He announced to His servants the prophets.

In Revelation 11, John who previously received the opened book from the angel, receives a reed like a measuring rod (spiritual helper) and measures the hearts of the people who are to be God’s temple (nurtures and trains with the word). John and the reed like a measuring rod, in other words, the two witnesses, are killed (spiritual death) by the beast as they testify to what they had seen according to the book they received from the Lord. The spiritual death was the death of the duties and authority they had received from the Lord. After three and a half days, however, the two witnesses receive the breath of life from God and resurrect. At this time, the seventh angel uses the witness as his instrument and blows this seventh trumpet. The sounds of the six trumpets make known the betrayal and destruction of the chosen people, but when the seventh trumpet blows, there is victory: the kingdom of the world, Satan’s kingdom that destroyed the chosen people, becomes the kingdom of God. As a result, God’s temple opens, and John sees and hears flashes of lightning, rumblings, peals of thunder, an earthquake and a great hailstorm in the temple.

Revelation 13 makes known the events of betrayal and destruction. The group of the dragon consisting of the 7 heads (pastors) and 10 authority figures (elders) enter the tabernacle of heaven and fight against the congregation members. This group is victorious, as they make the congregation receive the mark of the beast on their hands and on their foreheads and worship the beast.

In Revelation 12, there is war between the group of the dragon that had entered the tabernacle, the woman of the tabernacle, and the male child born in front of the dragon and the child’s brothers. The male child and his brothers on God’s side are victorious, and as a result, the dragon and its pastors that had entered the tabernacle are kicked out. From this point, there is salvation, power, and the kingdom of God.

Revelation 14 is different from Revelation 13, in that the sealed 12 tribes from Revelation 7 are standing at Mt. Zion with the Lamb. God’s throne is at Mt. Zion, and the firstfruits that have gathered learn the new song before the throne, for the eternal gospel comes from this place. Those who are harvested and sealed (wheat) are standing at Mt. Zion, while those who received the mark of the beast and worshiped it receive judgment outside the city.

In Revelation 15, those who are victorious from Revelation 12 gather before the throne and the sea of glass of Revelation 14, and they sing the song of Moses (Old Testament) and the song of the Lamb (New Testament), saying “Just and true are Your ways.” Because God’s righteous acts have been revealed, all nations come to the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony to worship. God’s wrath is placed in the hearts of those who had been victorious (bowls) and He pours them to the betrayers and destroyers in Revelation 16.

In Revelation 16, the angels pour the bowls of wrath they received in Revelation 15 to the betrayers and the destroyers as a form of judgment. The spirits of demons come out from the mouths of the beast and false pastors to gather the kings (pastors) of the whole world to fight against those who overcame. At this time, the last bowl is poured into the air (press reports) for all people to know, resulting in the falling of Babylon, the kingdom of demons.

Revelation 17 is about the judgment of the prostitute (the head of Satan’s pastors) and the mystery of Satan’s pastors. The prostitute is glittering with gold, precious stones, and pearls like one of the cherubs that betrayed in Ezekiel 28; the cherub was in the Garden of Eden and was adorned with every precious stone as well. The prostitute is the mother of Satan’s pastors, and she comes to an end as she receives judgment from the 8th king who is also known as the beast of the earth with ten horns. The beast and the ten horns take over Babylon, the prostitute’s kingdom.

The 7 heads and the beast with 10 horns are the group of the dragon that entered the tabernacle of heaven in Revelation 13.

The location of Revelation 18 is Babylon, like Revelation 17. This chapter shows that the false pastors made all nations fall by feeding them the maddening wine of adulteries and making the congregation members marry the spirit of Satan. The maddening wine is the venom of serpents as written in Deuteronomy 32 and Matthew 23. It is the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil, the words of Calvin’s commentaries, the devil’s book. They fed this maddening wine and killed the spirits of the congregation members and held them captive. That is why, this chapter makes known that the congregation members must come out of Babylon. God has judged them as written in Daniel 2:34-35.

In Revelation 19, God opens a wedding banquet after He judges Satan’s group in Revelation 18. He invites the spirits in heaven and the guests on earth to this banquet. The food offered at the banquet is the oxen and fattened beast that had been butchered in Revelation 16, 17, and 18 (refer to Mt 22:4).

In Revelation 20, the spirits and people that gathered in Revelation 19 become one and reign together with Christ for 1,000 years. They are the spirits of martyrs and those who are faithful and victorious on earth. Therefore, this chapter makes known the participants of the first resurrection. Also, Satan is released after 1,000 years and goes out to deceive the nations in the four corners of the earth—Gog and Magog—to gather them for the battle. They surround God’s nation, the millennial city, but in the end Satan’s group is judged and devoured by fire, and the world becomes the eternal heaven of God.

In Revelation 21, like Revelation 6 and 13, the first heaven (churches) and the first earth (congregation members) come to an end (become part of the world) because they betrayed. They become the kingdom of the world. In contrast, a new era, a new nation, and new people of heaven are born, as written in Revelation 7 and 14. Finally, there is a new heaven to which the kingdom in the spiritual realm can come and unite.

In Revelation 22, the tree of life stands by the river of the water of life as clear as crystal flowing from God’s throne. It bears 12 crops of fruit every month; these firstfruits are those who are sealed, and they live with God forever. This chapter also makes known of the people who wash their robes and enter the temple, those remaining outside the temple, the messenger of Jesus sent to the churches, the free gift of the water of life to whomever wishes, and the warning that those who add or take away from Revelation cannot enter heaven.

Up until now, I have summarized the content of all the chapters in Revelation. We looked into the end of one world where there is death, and the newly created world where there is life. Out of the places that appear in Revelation 6 and 7, Revelation 13 and 14, Revelation 18 and 19, which place are you going to choose? Please provide an answer. The prophecies in Revelation that Apostle John saw and heard had been preached to the entire world the past 2,000 years, and today God has fulfilled them all exactly.

The promised pastor made all these known to the entire world. Let us worship God and Jesus and offer them glory and thanks for ever and ever.

Amen!

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