The Promised Pastor who is Promised in the Bible

God fulfilled the promise He had made with Abraham in the Old Testament (prophecy, Gn 15) at the time of Moses (the time of Exodus), and He fulfilled the promises He had made through the Old Testament prophets at the time of Jesus’ first coming (Jn 19:30).

The Book of Revelation, which contains the prophecies of the New Testament, is the scroll God gave to Jesus after Jesus’ ascension. Jesus opened each of the seven seals of that scroll by fulfilling its prophetic content, and then he gave that opened scroll to an angel. The angel gave the opened scroll to John, showing and explaining to him what had been fulfilled in the scroll, and then John gave those same words of prophecy and fulfillment to the servants. He explained, “Blessed is the one who keeps these words.”

John, like Moses and Jesus, received a scroll. He saw and heard all the events of Revelation (Am 3:7) and was sent for the churches (Rv 22:16). This John, therefore, is the promised pastor at the time of Revelation (Rv 2, 3).

God’s will and purpose of the New Testament are to create the twelve tribes with the harvested people. The creation of the twelve tribes—the new kingdom and new people—occurs (Rv 7, 14, 21) when the churches of tradition come to their end (Rv 6, 13, 21).

God’s will and purpose, the hope of the believers, and the promise of the Bible, are the creation of the twelve tribes. There is no other place of salvation than the location where the twelve tribes are created. Conversely, a person who does not receive salvation at this location only ends up in hell.

It is written that the one who endures to the end will be saved (Mt 24:13). Let us believe perfectly and completely to reach salvation. Amen.