The New Testament and the Realities of God’s promise: Betrayer, Destroyer, and Savior

Main reference: 2 Thes 2:1-12 (Rv 13, 12)

Who are the physical entities of the betrayer, destroyer, and savior promised by God in the New Testament? The betrayer was the chosen people in Revelation chapter 13 and the destroyer was the dragon’s group, the seven heads and the beast with ten horns, Satan’s false pastor also in Revelation chapter 13. The savior is the one who overcomes in Revelation chapter 12. Do you know them? I know them. Have you seen them? I have. I know their names and faces. Are pastors of the Christian Council of Korea proclaiming the correct testimonies on the physical entities prophesied in Revelation? No, their testimonies are incorrect. They are lies.

Jesus, the promised pastor of the First Coming, received and ate the open scroll from God as seen in Ezekiel chapters 2 and 3 (Ez 2:8-10, 3:1-3), and testified to what was fulfilled (Jn 19:30). The promised pastor of the Second Coming receives and eats the open scroll and comes to testify to all that was fulfilled as written in Revelation (Rv 21:6). The content of the testimony is on the work of betrayal, the work of destruction, and the work of salvation. At this time, anyone who hears these words and believes in the advocate and in the one who sent him will cross over from death to life (Jn 5:24).

What God promised to Abraham, Noah’s tenth descendant, He fulfilled at the time of Moses. The prophecies He promised to the Old Testament prophets, Jesus fulfilled them all at the First Coming. As for the prophecies in the New Testament, Jesus comes to the one who overcomes and fulfills them at the time of Revelation’s fulfillment. In each era, God first promises what He will later fulfill. He told us in advance so that the promises can be proclaimed and that we may see and believe when they fulfill (Jn 14:29). Saying “Lord, Lord” does not make someone a believer. The one who believes in the promise (prophecies and its fulfillment) is the one who believes in the Lord (Mt 7:21-27).

When Apostle Paul explained about the betrayer, destroyer, and savior 2,000 years ago in 2 Thessalonians, he said, “Concerning the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and our being gathered to him […] that day will not come until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the man doomed to destruction.” This means that the work of salvation must take place after the betrayers and destroyers appear. After the events of betrayal and destruction in Revelation 13 take place, in Revelation chapter 12, the male child and his brothers fight and overcome the destroyers (dragon’s pastors). Then there is God’s nation and salvation.

The pastors of physical Israel at the time of the First Coming received destruction due to their betrayal (Isaiah 1). They showed little, if not, no concern on how they received destruction and became gentiles. Instead, they stubbornly believed that they were the rightful chosen people. In the same way, the pastors today show no concerns on their betrayal and the destruction they received as written in Revelation 13, but still think that they are the rightful chosen people. They also believe that God loves them and that they have received salvation. Like the First Coming, these people do not know themselves. If someone were to ask them, “Are you the betrayers recorded in the Bible? Are you the destroyers,” then they will reply that they are the orthodoxy and those who lead people to salvation.

However, the Scripture says otherwise. When Revelation fulfills, the physical entities of the betrayers, destroyers, and savior will appear, and each will fulfill the prophecies in the book that are about them. Therefore, their actions will testify whether they are the betrayers, destroyers, or saviors. The greatest concern for believers today is that they do not know the words of promise. Secondly, they do not know which side they and their doctrines belong.

We, Shincheonji, saw the physical entities at the location the events of Revelation 13 fulfilled and fought and overcame them with the word of truth. Because we have come out of that location, we became the realities of 2 Corinthians 6:14-18. Because we witnessed on the spot the progression of these events, from the very start, we know about them better than anyone else. Jesus opens all the seals of God’s sealed scroll (Rev 6, 8). After fulfilling them, in Revelation 10, he comes to the one had seen and heard the events of Revelation chapters 1-22 and gives him the open book so that he can eat it and testify to all nations, peoples, languages, and kings. This is God’s will, and the order of how the revelation is delivered.

If all nations, peoples, languages, kings, the denominations (churches) of the world and its members truly believe in God and in the words in the Scripture, then they must hear and believe the words of the one who had received and eaten the words of the scroll that has been revealed.

Did you hear and believe in these words? If one does not act according to God’s will, he will not receive salvation, but judgment as written in John 5:24-29. What does it mean to believe? What does it mean to become the believer who keeps the Word? At a time when everyone is saying “Lord, Lord,” Jesus will return and search for the true believers (Lk 18:8). Are not corruptions and lies very preval‍ent today?

From what I see in the people of this era, there is not a single person outside the new nation of the sealed 12 tribes promised in Revelation who will receive salvation. A dark place needs light, the hungry needs food, and a person with no Word needs the Word of life. The one whose spirit is dead has no purpose in life. Whether they come or go, or whether they die, their lives end there. Even when the heavens are crying out, reaching out to give them eternal life and the kingdom of heaven, they feel nothing because they are dead.

We are running without rest until that day of completion, while holding on to the food of eternal life, the white stone for judgment, and the iron scepter for ruling all nations. Now is the time for the true God to reign (Rv 19:6). Let us repent, listen to these words, and act accordingly. I hope that you come out to the path of salvation.

I am the messenger sent to the churches on behalf of the Lord (Rv 22:16). Those who hear these words will come to the resurrection of life.