Shincheonji Church of Jesus - 1032 - God’s Purpose of the New Testament and the Twelve Tribes of Shincheonji church
God’s Purpose of the New Testament and
the Twelve Tribes of Shincheonji church
God brought the world of Adam to an end due to Adam’s sin and established the family of Noah, but said that Noah’s world was to end because of the sin that was committed by his family. After this, He promised to conquer Canaan through the descendants of Abraham who would increase in number, and He fulfilled everything according to that promise.
After that time however, Solomon, king of Israel, betrayed just like Adam and Eve, bowed before the gentile god, and brought destruction upon the 12 tribes of Israel. This was the end of Physical Israel. Despite this, God began again, and He promised to create a new thing (Jer 31).
God surely fulfills whatever He plans and purposes (Isa 14: 24-27) and He fulfilled the promises of the Old Testament through Jesus (Jn 19:30). He who fulfilled the Old Testament also established the new covenant in blood, which refers to the New Testament, the new thing in Revelation created through Jesus (Lk 22:14-20). This is the work that connects from the Old Testament to the New Testament (Jer 31, Mt 13, Rv 7, Rv 14). The New Covenant (the New Testament), the prophecies of the book of Revelation promised with the blood of Jesus, has been fulfilled in the Republic of Korea. Confirm and verify this for yourself.
The time of Revelation’s fulfillment is the end of the age of Spiritual Israel after Jesus’ First Coming (Mt. 13:39). This is the time when the spiritual Israel, the traditional denomination, the first descendant of the kingdom, and the first heaven and first earth, darken and fall, but it is the time when the new 12 tribes of the new heaven and new earth, the promised Revelation, are being created (Mt 8: 11-12, Rv 21).
At this time when Revelation is being fulfilled, the betrayers of the chosen people, the destroyers, and the savior will appear (2 Thes 2: 1-4) and there is a spiritual war between them. Thus, one must distinguish between these three entities, and one must fight against the destroyers and be victorious with the truth. God, Jesus, and the heavens come down upon the One who Overcomes (Rv 3:12). At that time, the weapon to fight to win is the blood of Jesus and the word of testimony. What must be done after the victorious battle, as promised in the New Testament, is to harvest the fruits that have been born from the seed that Jesus had sown in the First Coming (Rv 14), seal them, create the 12 tribes (Rv 7), and rear the white multitude (Rv 7:14).
This is the new covenant promised by Jesus in his own blood on the night of Passover, and these 12 tribes that appear are the physical fulfillment of God’s entire purpose promised in the New Testament, the prophecies that appeared in flesh. They are the new heaven and new earth, that is, the new nation and new people.
These new people are the true family of God, who have been born of God’s seed. Noah, Abraham, and Moses were the descendants of Adam, a sinner, and thus were born of sin. However, the new people of Revelation are the righteous and holy family of God, born of His righteous seed. The actions of the newly re-created family and those of the former era are immensely different from one another, like heaven and earth.
In the new era, only the family members of God who are born of His seed will enter heaven, the Holy City, and live with Him eternally. This is the fulfillment of God’s purpose promised since the very beginning. One who carries out their life of faith with the Bible must know God’s prophecy and its purpose, and they must know who they are according to His work. One cannot go to heaven if one is not harvested, sealed, and does not belong to the 12 tribes of the promised nation and people. If I want to go to heaven, then I must be born again of God’s seed, harvested, and sealed.
Those who are not harvested in Matthew 13 are not born of the seed of God. This proves one has not been born of God, but of the seed of the devil, the weeds. The reason why one would not perceive even after witnessing all of these things is because that person has not been born of God’s seed. One cannot add or subtract from the words of the Bible or change the reality (Jn 10:35). Amen.