The Promise, Faith , and Salvation

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Main reference: Jn 14:29 (The Book of Revelation)

What did God and Jesus promise us within the New Testament? Have we perceived, believed, and kept the new covenant Jesus prophesied? Who are the betrayers, destroyers, and the promised savior prophesied for the end of age? Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament and made the new covenant (the New Testament). Have we perceived the Revelation of the New Testament—the prophecies that fulfill at the end of age—and are we acting according to that will? Who am I according to the New Testament, and have I been created according to the promise recorded in it?

The Book of Revelation sums up the New Testament, the new covenant. One who believes and keeps the new covenant receives salvation, but if one adds to or takes away from it, he will receive plagues and thus be disqualified from entering the kingdom of heaven (Rv 22:18-19). Am I someone who has not added to or taken away from Revelation? Within Revelation, there are the betrayers, the destroyers, and the savior, whom appear in the order of first the betrayers, second the destroyers, and third, the savior (2 Thes 2:1-4).

Physical Israel did not believe in Jesus but instead persecuted him, labeling him as a cult and even killed him—yet it was through Jesus that God’s promise of the Old Testament was fulfilled. How about Spiritual Israel of the New Testament? Do they believe in the fulfillment of the New Testament or not? Rather than persecuting and calling others a cult like those at the First Coming, it is much wiser to confirm whether or not the promises have been fulfilled according to the New Testament. There is no one in heaven or on earth who knows the will and reality of Revelation, the promised of the New Testament. However, there are those who go by the title “the Bible experts”, who interpret the Bible saying, “It is this, it is that.” They should not be called the Bible experts, but rather, the experts of lies. The only way to understand the Book of Revelation is to hear it from the messenger who was sent to speak on behalf.

The Book of Revelation was recorded in parables to hide the secrets from Satan’s pastors, but they appear as physical entities in reality (betrayal, destruction, salvation) at the time of Revelation’s fulfillment. As written in Amos 3:7, the Lord makes known his secrets, which were sealed in parables, to the messenger sent on his behalf who then puts them into action. That is why at the time of Revelation’s fulfillment, the pastors and the congregation members must meet the promised pastor sent by God and hear his testimony of fulfillment.

The time of Revelation is a time when one era ends and a new era begins. A new nation and new people are created just like the time when Noah was chosen among the corrupted world of Adam. Within the world of false teachings of the ignorant false pastors, one could only learn lies that lead to hell (refer to Mt 15:14). On the other hand, within the truth spoken by the promised pastor, one would learn the truth, speak the truth, and enter the kingdom of heaven. The spirit of lies, the devil, dwells with the one who lies, and God’s Holy Spirit dwells with the one who speaks the truth. People are like temples and fields (1 Cor 3:9, 16), and their actions show which spirit is within their temple and which seed has been planted in them.

The pastor and the congregation of the church today are ignorant to Revelation. I am doubtful that they can even answer just one or two questions from the 100 questions. Congregation members should know to which pastor of the New Testament (the betrayers, destroyers, or savior) they belong. One cannot receive salvation from the general pastors; one must follow the promised pastor to receive salvation at the promised time of Revelation’s fulfillment. However, congregation members still believe in the words of their pastors’ more than God’s word of promise. They must listen to both the interpretation of their own pastors and that of the promised pastor and discern which is correct. All pastors who do not allow others to meet the promised pastor are false pastors (refer to Mt 23:13).

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