The Fulfillment of Promised Prophecies in Revelation

Main Reference: Rv 21:6 (refer to Jn 19:30)

All the prophecies in Revelation are fulfilled when betrayers, destroyers and the savior appear and fulfill the prophecies involving them.

The first heaven and earth is the corrupt traditional denomination, and the destroyers are a group of people from that denomination whom Satan is with. The traditional denomination at the time of Jesus’ first coming was the chosen people of Jerusalem, and those who took Jerusalem by force were the teachers of the law and Pharisees (Refer to Mt 23). Today, at the time of the Second Coming, the traditional denomination of Korea was Protestantism, and the denomination that destroyed it came from within Presbyterianism and they were pastors of the Stewardship Education Center. Presbyterianism is from Calvinism, and it does not belong to the Church of Jesus. Its teachings are the commentaries of Calvin, and they are the teachings of a heresy and a cult.

The tabernacle of heaven in Revelation 13 was the tabernacle of God, and the saints were the saints of God. Those who invaded the tabernacle were from Calvin’s Presbyterianism, and they were a group of people from that denomination whom the dragon was with (Rv 13:1-2). The pastors of the dragon that invaded the tabernacle put the mark of the beast on the saints’ foreheads and on their right hands, and those who received the mark worshiped the false pastors who are like beasts of the dragon. Thus, those who invaded the tabernacle and marked the right hands and foreheads of the saints are the destroyers as they destroyed the Tabernacle Temple and made the saints become their congregation members that belong to their denomination. Those who received the mark and worshiped the beast are the betrayers (Refer to 2Thes 2:1-4).

All of God’s prophecies in the Bible were fulfilled whether it be in the time of Moses or the First Coming. The prophecies in Revelation, which is the new covenant that marks the completion of God’s work, are also being fulfilled without adding to or taking words away from them (Rv 21:6). God has to fulfill what He promised as He had promised, and the saints must believe the fulfilled realities that appear according to the promise. This is the new covenant.

The prophecies God promised in the Bible and their fulfillment are God’s work to save the heaven and earth, all creation, and mankind under sin, and to restore them to their original states. God fulfilled what He had promised to Abraham at the time of Moses, and He fulfilled everything that He had promised to the Old Testament prophets at the time of Jesus’ first coming. The prophecies of Revelation that Jesus promised at the First Coming and through Apostle John are mostly fulfilled today as promised.

When the promised prophecies are fulfilled, the fulfilled realities of the prophecies appear. Hence, no one can lie about them. As the fulfilled realities of Revelation 2 and 3, and Revelation 13 and 12 appear, the betrayers, the destroyers, and the savior are revealed, and they fulfill prophecies involving them. We can recognize the betrayers, the destroyers, and the savior by seeing these.

There was the prophecy about the sowing of the seeds (Jer 31:27), and there was the one who sowed the seed (Mt 13). There was the prophecy about harvesting (Mt 13, Rv 14) and today, there are those who reap and those who are harvested and gathered. There are also those who seal others and those who are sealed. There is the one who creates the 12 tribes as promised and those who are registered to belong to the 12 tribes. As explained in the new covenant (Lk 22:14-20), there is the one who atones for sins with his blood (Jesus) and those who obtain atonement (Rv 1:5-6, Rv 5:9-10, Rv 7:14). There are the betrayers and the destroyers (Rv 13). Also, there is the promised savior (Rv 2-3, Rv 12).

Those who believe this will be saved while those who deny it will not be saved, as blasphemy against the Spirit cannot be forgiven. All the work of salvation mentioned above was fulfilled in us, the saints of Shincheonji Church of Jesus. We have seen the betrayers and the destroyers, as well as the work of betrayal and destruction. We are the living witnesses of the fulfillment of the new covenant.