Shincheonji Church of Jesus - 1033 - The Creation of a New Thing, Two Types of Seeds, and the New Covenant
The Creation of a New Thing, Two Types of Seeds,
and the New Covenant
The creation of a new thing, two types of seeds, and the new covenant—these three things were promised by God about 2,600 years ago in Jeremiah chapter 31. Six hundred years after this prophecy was made, He came to Jesus, the promised pastor (refer to Isa 7:14), and began to fulfill it (refer to Mt 1:18-23, 13:24-30, Lk 22:14-20, the Book of Revelation).
In order to create the new thing, Mary was conceived by the spirit and gave birth to Jesus at the First Coming. Two types of seeds were sown, and Jesus prophesied about the events that he will fulfill in the future through the new covenant (New Testament). This is the Revelation of the New Testament that he fulfills at the Second Coming. Therefore, the prophecy that was made in Jeremiah chapter 31 regarding the creation of the new thing fulfills at the First Coming and the Second Coming of Jesus.
● The Physical Entities of the Promised Two Types of Seeds
God’s seed (Lk 8:11) is in God’s words of truth, and the devil’s seed—the weed—is in the devil’s words of lies (Jn 8:44). Those born of God’s seed believe in God’s word and those born of the devil’s seed do not listen or believe in God’s word (refer to Jn 8:44-47).
Those who are not harvested at the Second Coming are the ones born of the weeds, that is, the devil’s seed. They get tied down to their denominations and will eventually be burned (Mt 13:24-30). On the other hand, those who are harvested are the ones born of God’s seed, hear the words of God and are harvested. They will take their place in heaven (Mt 8:11, 24:31).
The harvest is the end of the age (end of the church of Jesus), which is the Second Coming (Mt 13:39). At that time, those who are harvested, sealed, and registered in God’s Twelve tribes become the people of heaven (Rv 14 and 7). They are acknowledged as those born of God’s seed. Those who are not part of the promised Twelve tribes receive judgment. Those born of God’s seed enter into the first resurrection as promised (Rv 19 and 20), and to them are the blessings and holiness.
This is the creation of the new thing.