“But in keeping with his promise we are looking forward to a new heaven and a new earth, the home of righteousness.” [2 Pt 3:13]
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The Zion Christion Mission Center Emblem
The Zion Christian Mission Center emblem was created on this earth as it is done in heaven and is based on the promise written in the Bible. (Rev 14:1-3) This is similar to how Moses and Jesus created patterns based on what they saw in heaven. (Jn 5:19, Ex 25, Rev 21, Heb 8:5, Is 2:2-3)
The round ring of the emblem signifies heaven and earth (the universe and earth), and the 7 colors of the rainbow represent the new promise of Mt. Zion, which Jesus proclaimed (Rev 14:1-3, Is 2:2-3). Inside the ring, among the small mountains, there stands a tall mountain which is described as Mount Zion in Rev 14 and the hill of the Lord’s temple which will be established as chief among the mountains and will be raised above the hills and all nations will stream to it in the last days, as indicated in Is 2.
Many people will come and say, “Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob. He will teach us his ways, so that we may walk in his paths.” The law and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem (New Song) will go out from Zion.
The red cross on the hill is for the Zion Mission Center to announce that Jesus has bore the cross for the people who will receive salvation. The open book in front of the cross is the eternal gospel of Zion which was received in Rev 10 of the New Testament, and is the word of the new song. The alpha and omega symbol on the book is the work of God, and it is written to announce the 6,000 years of work has ended and is fulfilled as promised in the Bible. (Rev 21:6-7)
The reason why the Zion Mark was able to be obtained and patent is because, The Zion Christian Mission Center of today is the fulfillment of the Zion Mountain prophecied in Rev 14.(Registration No. 0000731).