Shincheonji Church of Jesus - 982 - The Final Work of God, the Prophecy and Fulfillment of Revelation
The Final Work of God, the Prophecy and Fulfillment of Revelation
If one adds to or takes words away from the prophecy of Revelation, one will not be able to enter into the kingdom of heaven and will be cursed (Rv 22:18-19). This book is a prophecy of the future events John, a disciple of Jesus, saw in a vision and recorded when he was exiled to the island of Patmos approximately 2,000 years ago.
The prophecy of this book was recorded exactly according to what was shown figuratively in a vision, but no one in heaven or on earth or under the earth could open the scroll or even look inside it (Rv 5). Although it has been 2,000 years since Revelation was recorded, no one on earth has known the true meanings within the scroll. Therefore, anyone claiming to know it would be guilty of sin.
The prophecy of Revelation has been fulfilled today. The promised pastor, who saw and heard the events of Revelation, is at Shincheonji, and he is testifying about the prophecy of Revelation and how the prophecy was fulfilled (the actual entities that appeared). Besides the saints of Shincheonji who have received this testimony, there is no one who knows the actual entities of the recorded prophecies.
The fulfillment of Revelation began when Jesus worked through the messengers of the seven golden lampstands who prepared the way(Rv 1). After Satan’s pastors invade into this tabernacle and force the congregation members of the tabernacle to commit adultery by receiving food sacrificed to idols and receive the teachings of idols, Jesus chooses a person like John (new John) and makes known to him the truth of these events. Afterwards, the person like John sends Jesus' letters to the messengers of the tabernacle and advises them to repent (Rv 2 ~ 3). Jesus promised to the one who fights and overcomes Satan’s pastors, he will give the manna, the white stone, and the iron scepter to rule all nations. He will also write the names of God, heaven, and Jesus on the one who overcomes and give him the right to sit with Jesus on Jesus’ throne.
The order of events is first the appearance of the seven messengers (lampstands) of the seven churches. Second is the invasion of Satan’s pastors. Third is the event of John sending letters on behalf of Jesus.
After the events of Revelation chapters 2-3, Jesus chooses John, and after showing him the events of chapters 2-3, the letters asking for repentance were sent. If they received the letter, understood it, fought and overcame Satan’s pastors, they would have received the promised blessings in chapters 2-3. However, even after receiving the letters and the word of promise, they were not able to keep it, and as a result, they were judged in Rv 6.
These events are the beginning of Jesus' Second Coming. Revelation 1:1-8 is a summary and conclusion of all the chapters of Revelation, and the events of Revelation begin from verse 9. The book The Physical Fulfillment of Revelation gives a thorough explanation of the entire book of Revelation.
In general, there are three main events in the entire book of Revelation: the betrayal of the chosen people, the acts of destruction by Satan’s pastors, the destroyers, and the salvation of God’s pastor. There are two rounds of battle in Revelation. The first battle is between the pastors of God’s tabernacle and the destroyers. The second battle is between God’s promised pastor and the destroyers. Those who are defeated in this battle flee in seven directions and cease to exist, and the one who overcomes harvests, seals, and establishes God’s new kingdom and people according to God’s promise.
At this time, the person who saw these events (Rv 1 ~ 22) at the actual site is the witness of these events, and he is able to testify to these events. Jesus, who is spirit, makes the person who saw these events as the messenger who speaks on his behalf and sends him to the churches to testify (Rv 22:16). In Rv 10, this person is given the opened scroll and is told to testify. In Rv 12, he fought and overcame against the dragon’s group with the word of testimony. Therefore, this person is the one who received the promises of Rv 2 ~ 3.
People know about the events of Jesus' First Coming and that there is a Second Coming, but they have no idea concerning the pastor Jesus promised. Whether it is Matthew 24 (verses 45-47) or Revelation, there is a pastor Jesus promised. However, there is not one pastor on this earth who makes known about this promised pastor.
The promised pastor when the Old Testament was fulfilled was Jesus, and there is a pastor Jesus promised when Revelation of the New Testament is fulfilled.
Just as God worked together with Noah, Moses, and Jesus, today when Revelation is fulfilled, there is a pastor Jesus promised beforehand and is working through. Like Jesus, this promised pastor fights and overcomes the enemies, and he has seen all the events of Revelation. It is only through meeting the promised pastor at this time that we come to know all the events of Revelation and are able to obtain salvation.
Currently, there are many people of spiritual Israel in this world. However, if one does not know the fulfillment (the actual entities) of the promised Revelation (new covenant), one will not be able to receive salvation. This is because the era of traditional churches, the first heaven and first earth (spiritual Israel), has come to an end, and a new era of the promised new kingdom and new people, the twelve tribes of the new heaven and new earth has begun.
Whoever becomes a part of the re-created 12 tribes at this time will receive salvation and will be able to live in God’s kingdom in this new era. This is the promised kingdom and people created according to the new covenant. Amen.