Shincheonji Church of Jesus - 1011 - Shincheonji Church of Jesus and the Promised Pastor of the New Testament
Shincheonji Church of Jesus and
the Promised Pastor of the New Testament
What is Shincheonji (Shincheonji Church of Jesus)? What is the promised pastor all about? Is there anyone who knows about this?
These two things have been promised in the New Testament. It is neither the work of the generation of the Law of Moses, nor is it the work of the first coming of Jesus. It is a name and work that has never existed until now.
However, these names are in the New Testament, and there is one who has appeared with those names. The phrases "New Testament," "Shincheonji," and "the promised pastor" are all new; this Shincheonji (Shincheonji Church of Jesus) is the Church of Jesus. Is it biblical? Yes, it is. It is the name that was promised in the New Testament (Rv 21:1 New Heaven and New Earth).
Within the 6,000 years of biblical history, these names have never been used before. What are the promised Shincheonji Church of Jesus and the promised pastor claiming? This place is the Temple of the Tabernacle of Testimony (Rv 15) that testifies about the fulfillment of the New Testament promises of Jesus as it was seen and heard. In the same way Jesus testified about the fulfillment of the Old Testament promises of God, the promised pastor of the New Testament also sees and testifies about the fulfillment of the New Testament that was promised by Jesus.
Today, Jesus fulfilled the new covenant (New Testament) he established 2,000 years ago during the first coming. The promised pastor testifies as the one who heard and saw these things.
However, the Jews at the first coming didn't believe in the Old Testament or the promised pastor Jesus and stubbornly held onto the Law of Moses. In the same way, today, the pastors who know about the history of the first coming of Jesus cannot believe in the promised pastor of the New Testament or the fulfillment of the New Testament.
However, not a single person who doesn't believe at the time of the first or the second coming can be saved. Since the time of Adam until now, anyone in the world claiming to know the Bible was merely elementary teachings; it was very far from the true meaning of God.
Paul, who knew this said that we need to leave the elementary teachings and go on to maturity (Heb 6). Right now, the pastors of the world are the night amongst nights; they are pitch darkness. The distance between what they claim to know and the promised word of God is thousands of miles apart. They have become more evil and ignorant than the unbelievers. It's embarrassing to call them believers. It is correct to say the verse "The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not understood it" (Jn 1:5) is about them.
God said not to add or subtract from Revelation (Rv 22:18-19). God's book is sealed with seven seals in Rv 5, and there is no one above or below heaven who knows. In the same way, there was no one in this world that knew. This means there isn't a single person who could be saved. However, the believers on this earth and the pastors are claiming only they will receive salvation. This is not a life of faith nor is it truth; it is merely ignorance and lies.
As stated before, no one in heaven or on earth could understand Revelation of the New Testament. This is a fact. This book of Revelation is the revelation of Jesus Christ. This book was sealed with seven seals, and there was no one to open the seven seals of this book. However, Jesus was able to open the seals because he overcame.
After the seals were opened, the open book was given through an angel to the promised pastor in Rv 10. The pastor who received and ate this book saw and heard all the events of the entire book of Revelation and testifies to the churches, and it is the first time one can know the meaning of Revelation's prophecies and the fulfillment. Before this, no one understood Revelation. As one who saw the fulfillment of Revelation, the messenger who prepares the way must first appear, then the promised pastor harvests, and then there is the work of sealing. Finally, there is the creation of the 12 tribes and then the creation of the great multitude dressed in white.
Jesus opened the seals and fulfilled it; the promised pastor saw the fulfillment and testifies about it. Therefore, those (saints) who become the reality according to the promised word is the family and children of God; they are the ones who are qualified to enter the kingdom of heaven.
Everyone else does not have the faith or knowledge to go to heaven, and there is no one who knows or has seen the events of Revelation. What God promised in the New Testament is the promised new kingdom and new people. Only this promised kingdom and people are able to receive salvation and can serve and live with Father God and Jesus in the kingdom of heaven forever.