Shincheonji Church of Jesus - 1035 - The Tabernacles of the Betrayers, Destroyers, and the Savior of the New Testament
The Tabernacles of the Betrayers, Destroyers, and the Savior of the New Testament
The betrayers, destroyers, the savior, and each of their tabernacles are in the prophecies of the New Testament (new covenant) of the Bible.
The betrayers’ tabernacle is the tabernacle of heaven that betrayed (Rv 13:6), the destroyers’ tabernacle is Babylon, the organization of worldly pastors, and the savior’s tabernacle is the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony.
The tabernacle of heaven in Rv 13 is the first tabernacle (Tabernacle Temple) the seven golden lampstands, the seven stars (messengers), who prepare the way in Rv 1, 2, 3, established. Those who fought and were victorious over the pastor and congregation members of this tabernacle are the pastors of Babylon churches, the “beast with seven heads and ten horns” (Rv 17:1-5) that came out of the sea. In order to testify to these things (Rv 12 and 15), Jesus then established the second tabernacle (Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony). Jesus is with this tabernacle and, therefore, this place is the dwelling place of salvation.
The three entities of the betrayers, destroyers, and the savior appear at the time of Revelation’s fulfillment and fulfill prophecies according to each of their identities.
The tabernacle of heaven belonged to God but was destroyed by Babylon pastors, the beast with seven heads and ten horns. The tabernacle and congregation members carried out actions of betrayal against God by receiving the mark of the beast on their hands and foreheads and by worshiping the beast.
The pastor belonging to the dragon, which is the beast with seven heads and ten horns, is the destroyer because he fought and was victorious over God’s congregation members of the tabernacle of heaven and made them his own.
According to Matthew 11:10-14, at Jesus’ first coming, all prophecies from the prophets and the law were until the time of John the Baptist (refer to Jn 5:35) who was the messenger who prepares the way. Likewise, in today’s era of the New Testament, all prophecies from the New Testament of the Bible and the prophets were until the time of the messengers of the first tabernacle of the seven golden lampstands. Even today, the tabernacle that prepares the way was conquered and disappeared (Rv 13) just like at the First Coming. Therefore, they were lamps that lit up temporarily. After the first tabernacle comes to an end in Rv 13, “those who had been victorious over the beast” appear in Rv 12 and 15. Their tabernacle is the new heaven, the second tabernacle, which is the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony that testifies to the work of the first tabernacle.
The first heaven and first earth in Rv 21 is the heaven and earth from Rv 13, and the new heaven and new earth in Rv 21 is the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony, which is the second heaven and earth from Rv 15. The tabernacle in Rv 13 is the place that fought the beast but lost, and the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony in Rv 12 and 15 is the place that fought the beast and was victorious. Where is salvation? According to Rv 3:12, God, heaven, and Jesus come down on the one who overcomes.
Just like it says in Deuteronomy 28 that someone loses everything when they lose in war and wins everything when they win in war, Shincheonji, Church of Jesus, the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony won and the whole world is coming to Shincheonji.
What is the purpose of the meaning of Revelation’s prophecies in the New Testament? Which of the three entities that appeared am I part of? You must find the answer in Revelation according to the Bible. Among the promised betrayers, destroyers, and the savior of Revelation (2 Thes 2:1-4), which group do I belong to? Am I a part of new heaven and new earth? Am I not part of first heaven first earth, the traditional denominations? Am I not the tabernacle (church) of the chosen people that are kicked out in Revelation 6? Am I someone who was harvested from the east and the west and sitting in heaven according to Matthew 8:11? Or am I part of the subjects of the kingdom of the traditional denomination that were thrown outside in verse 12? You must find the answer in the Bible. Am I not the very person who is blind and deaf? Or am I a person of heaven registered in the twelve tribes of the promised kingdom? One must perceive and know these things.