The Prophecies and Fulfillment of the Bible, and My Faith


Main Reference: Mt 7:15-27

God fulfilled what He had promised with Abraham at the time of Moses, and He fulfilled all the promises He had made with the Old Testament prophets at the time of Jesus’ first coming. Just like that, what’s promised in the New Testament is being fulfilled (90%).

There was the fulfillment of promise in Moses’ time, and there was the fulfillment of promise in Jesus’ first coming. Likewise, there’s also the fulfillment of promise (Revelation) in the New Testament.

What the believers believe is the promise. Jesus said that he made prophecies so people can believe when the prophecies become fulfilled (Jn 14:29). The purpose of the new covenant (Revelation), promised with Jesus’ blood, is also for us to believe when it is fulfilled. It is written that do not add anything to them or take words away from the Revelation which is the new covenant. One who does not know, believe, or keeps the new covenant will not go to heaven. It is the sin amongst all sins to change the meanings and the physical entities of the promises and to teach them incorrectly, or to have the incorrect knowledge. Such an action is the act of sowing the seed of the devil, the false doctrine of the evil spirit. This is why every person must check what they have heard and learned. There is no use regretting in hell after having lived without a worry.

A false pastor who has taught lies, which are the seed of the devil, blocks saints from hearing the truth, because the pastor fears that the member will know the truth. Blocking harvesters from coming is the same as blocking Jesus and the angels from coming. Those who block people from learning Revelation do so out of their fear of having their own false testimonies exposed. Is it the will of God or the devil to block people from harvesting, being harvested, and not allowing harvesters to come? It is written in Dn 12:4, “Many will go here and there to increase in knowledge.” Why should they be stopped?

All should stop saying, “cult, cult,” which was repeated in every generation, but instead agree to a public debate and an exam based on the Bible to discern between a true pastor versus a false one. Those who are confident will accept this proposal for a public examination.