Various Religions and their Alliance

Main reference: Gn 1, Rv 21

The Creator of the heavens and the earth is the one and only God. There are hundreds of religions across the world, and each claim that they live their life of faith having the one and only God as their standard. However, the content of their scriptures and the resulting actions of their believers are not the same. Furthermore, religions quarrel amongst each other saying that their doctrine is the truth. The conflicts between religions are many. If the god that each religion serves is the true god, the content of the scriptures across these religions would be the same, and the will of each god would be the same. The fact that the content and the will of these religions are different from one another shows that the gods that they serve are all different. In other words, each religion has its own god.

Let us examine the Bible, the holy scripture of Christianity (39 books of the Old Testament, 27 books of the New Testament, total of 66 books). We will examine the overall flow of history found in the Bible and the lineage of the writers of these books.

Roughly 35-40 people in different eras throughout the history of the past 6,000 years recorded what they saw and heard. The Bible first began to be recorded about 3,500 years ago. The four contents found in this scripture are history, moral teachings, prophecies (promises), and their fulfillment. The Bible begins with the alpha, the first chapter of Genesis in the Old Testament, and ends with the omega, the book of Revelation in the New Testament. The accounts of the people who sinned, the work of creation in each era, and the actual entities (physical fulfillment of prophecies) are written in the books from Genesis through Revelation.

There was Adam, whom we can call the father of man (pastor) created by God the Creator, and his wife, Eve. They sinned against God, so He judged Adam’s world with a flood and raised again, Noah, Adam’s 9th descendant.

Shortly after, Noah’s world sinned again. Thereafter, God went to Abraham, Noah’s 10th descendant, and made promises about the future. God raised Moses (Jacob’s 4th descendant) and fulfilled those promises. Abraham’s descendants, Israel, sinned again, so God raised Jesus who was born of God’s seed (Mt 1:20-21). This event took place 4,000 years after Adam. However, we can also see from the scripture that when the promised new era came, the previous era did not believe. They persecuted the new era by calling it a heresy.

The time of Jesus’ coming can be separated into the First Coming and the Second Coming. At the First Coming, Jesus sowed the seed of the gospel of heaven and bore the cross for the atonement of sins. At the Second Coming, he harvests the fruits of the seed he had sown in the field, atones the sins of the people by the blood he shed 2,000 years ago, creates God’s new kingdom, and works to attend to the true God and have Him reign in this world. Jesus promised that he will come with the angels to accomplish these things (Rv 1:5-6, Rv 5:9, Rv 7, Rv 14, Rv 21, Rv 19:6)

Currently, the hundreds of religions of the 237 countries say that they are living a life of faith having God as their standard, but in reality, each religion serves a different god. The Christian Bible speaks of the true God and false gods (Jn 17:3, Jn 8:41-44, 2Th 2:4). How can we tell the difference between the true God and false gods?

Jesus made known of the truth and lies through the parable of the tree (Mt 7:15-20). Furthermore, we must compare the scriptures of these religions with one another to discern which one is the most trustworthy. The scripture that does not speak of prophecies and their fulfillment is not reliable. The words of the religious leader (pastor) who did not master the scriptures are not reliable either. How many times does your scripture mention of God fulfilling the promises He had made hundreds of years before? Does your scripture have such content? Does it have promises we can believe in? If so, what are those promises? Are they trustworthy? That is the question.

Instructions to “be good and kind” are not promises, but they are basic etiquettes man needs to keep. Are there any explanations in your scripture about the sin of mankind, the inherited nature of that sin, the method to resolve that sin, the shortening of lifespan and death due to that sin, and longevity? People during Adam’s time lived up to about 1,000 years. However, in Genesis 6, the sons of God loved the daughters of man. They became one and returned to flesh like Adam. As a result, God left and set the duration of man’s life to 120 years. Today, man cannot live up to 120 years. Why? The Bible explains that the decrease in man’s lifespan and death are the wages of sin. The aggravating combination of Adam’s original sin, the inherited sin from one’s ancestors, and one’s personal sins has led to the decrease of man’s lifespan. This is the reason that the people today have a shorter lifespan than those at the time of Adam.

It has been 2,000 years since Jesus shed his blood for the atonement of this sin, but overall, lifespan has not been increasing. Why? It is because Jesus’ blood does not take into effect until the promised time of Revelation (Rv 1:5-6, Rv 5:9-10, Rv 7:9-14).

Now is the time of Revelation. The era of the churches that began at the time of Jesus’ First Coming is the era of the former-heaven, and it is written that this era of the former-heaven will end at the time of Jesus’ second coming, the time of Revelation (Rv 6, 13, 17, 18). During the time of Jesus’ second coming, the era of the latter-heaven, his blood takes into effect. We can understand that man’s lifespan has started gradually increasing now that the era of Revelation has begun.

Today is the favorable season of Rv 21 of ringing out the old and ringing in the new. As a Korean saying goes, it is like an everlasting spring season. Although the conditions that need to be met for longevity are not few in number, it is achieved by the efforts and grace of the heavens. It is achieved because an era where death reigned passes away and a new era of peace where God the Creator reigns finally comes.

When this happens, can the religions continue to exist in their separate ways? By the time of the end of age of the former-heaven, the religions have become corrupt by their incorrect and biased judgment. They have become mere organizations of man based on arbitrarily interpreted doctrine from scriptures that are not from the true God and that do not contain His will. Religious conflicts arise as each religion asserts their own ways and uphold their own scriptures and their own gods, which number to be hundreds. All have become murdering demons.

All these religions say that they have been established in the name of God. If that is so, they should belong to God. Then, according to the will of the true God, they must be offered to Him. Under one God, the alliance of religions must take place to create a world of peace with no more religious conflicts. In such a world, God must reign and all mankind must attend to God. This is the undisputable truth.

If you say that you are the upright religion, truly acting according to God’s will, then let us offer our religions to God, the rightful owner. Let us stop these conflicts, for religions were His to begin with.

The current religions today are no longer within the will of God. They have become beyond corrupt that they are more like religions of the devil rather than religions of the true God. One cannot deny that the quarrels, fights, murders, cursing, and judging among the religions are the actions of the devil. Therefore, all religious leaders must offer their religions to God and become one under Him.

If there is a religion that refuses to offer itself to God and become one, then that religion is not of God. It is claiming to be its own god, and it is a religion that exists for their personal gain.

The pastors of Israel at the time of First Coming did not believe in Jesus’ words and in the words of the Old Testament. They even banished Jesus, his mother, and his disciples to a foreign land. If the leaders today do not believe and accept the messenger (pastor) sent by God as promised in Rv 22:16, how would they be different from the leaders from the past?

I came as a messenger who speaks on behalf of Jesus, and I have been sent to the churches as a messenger of peace to uphold the will of Jesus. Like Apostle Paul, I am teaching what I received as a revelation and making known what I have seen and heard.

Not believing in Jesus’ words is like not believing in God’s words. Not believing in the messenger’s words is like not believing in Jesus’ words. More than anything, if one does not believe in the fulfillment of Jesus’ prophecies, how can he be regarded as a believer?

If you know about the promises in the Bible and think that the religions have become corrupt, then let us offer the religions to God. He is the owner. When the alliance of religions takes place under God, conflicts and quarrels will cease, and this world will become a world of peace.

Among the 7.2 billion people among the 237 countries, I, as the messenger sent by the Lord to the churches, have mastered the Bible and the revelation. I also received the authority to judge the world (Rv 2:17 white stone, Mt 21:42-44). I also received the food that will save and lead the people of this world from death to life (Rv 2:17 hidden manna, Jn 6 bread of life). I also know about the place where God, Jesus, and the heavens have come (Rv 3:12, Rv 21). One must come to this place to be in heaven. This is heaven, the place where all nations will come to worship the one and only God (Rv 15:4-5).

Dear leaders of each religion, do you know where God and the heavens are at? Are you guiding your people the correct way? Ask yourself. If you truly believe in heaven, God, and eternal life, you will come to this place—to heaven and to God. To be qualified to come here, you must throw away all the riches you have been keeping until now and be born again. Can you do it? I did not say something that is impossible. You must not show contempt to God, the Bible, and the Lord’s messenger, but you must give your ears to them.

I have been sent for this reason.