Shincheonji Church of Jesus - 1036 - Faith in God’s Covenant and Betrayal
Faith in God’s Covenant and Betrayal
After the betrayal of Adam and Noah’s world, God went to Abraham and promised him the events that He will fulfill in the future. As promised, God went to Moses and fulfilled them. However, Solomon, the king of physical Israel also known as the descendants of Abraham, sinned just like Adam (Hos 6:7). So God promised through the Old Testament prophets the events He will fulfill in the future, chose Jesus, and fulfilled everything He had promised (Jn 19:30).
God promised again through Jesus the events that He will fulfill, which are in Revelation. When the time comes, He will fulfill everything (Rv 21:6). Throughout the 6,000 years of God’s work, there were those who believed in the promised covenant and there were those who betrayed. Revelation, which was promised through Jesus, is the last work of God’s covenant.
The promise that God will fulfill in Revelation is the creation of the 12 tribes, the new kingdom and new people created by the blood of Jesus and the seed of God (Rv 1:5-9, 5:9-10, Rv chapter 7, and chapter 14). This is the covenant, the goal God promised about in Revelation. There are those who will see and believe the fulfillment of this covenant (Rv 1:3, 22:18-19), those who will not believe in this covenant, and those who betray and receive destruction. As recorded, the majority of the traditional churches have betrayed and became one with the devil (Rv 13). At this time, those who are harvested from the east and the west receive salvation and take their seats in the kingdom of heaven (Mt. 8:11-12).
In the beginning, God and Jesus were the word (Jn 1:1, 1 Jn 1:1-2). Through this word all things were made and in it is life and light (Jn 1:2-4). Therefore, those who believe in God and Jesus also believe in the promised word of God and Jesus. The Word cannot be broken, thus those who received the word are called gods (Jn 10:35) and the tree of life (refer to Prv 11:30, Rv 2:7, 22:2).
The betrayers are those who have abandoned the promised word. Those who have left the one who received the word (Rv 10) are also betrayers. During Jesus’ first coming, many disciples left him (Jn 6). They are also betrayers.
The standard of one's life of faith is the word. Those who cannot keep the promised (prophecy) word cannot stay within the word and are false believers with just the outer shell (refer to Ps 1:4, Jer 23:28). For example, the believer who welcomes the second coming of the Lord is one who prepared the promised lamp (Ps 119:105, 2 Pt 1:19) and oil (refer to Zec 4:11-14, Rv 11:3-4). However, one who does not believe or act upon these words of promise (Mt 25) cannot be a true believer. These types of people become betrayers. Those who were once believers but no longer are and those who used to come out to church but no longer show up also become betrayers.
It is written to not add or subtract from the words of the New Testament Revelation, but to keep it (Rv 22:18-19, 1:1-3). Those who ignore this promised word and do not believe will also become betrayers. A true believer is one who believes in the promised word and keeps it. Those who believe and keep it can enter heaven.
The seed of God and the seed of the devil were sown in the same field (church). At the time of the harvest, only those born of the seed of God will be harvested, but the weeds, those born of the seed of the devil will be tied and remain in the field (Mt 13:24-30). After seeing this, will you still say you do not know who are the sons of God and who are the sons of the devil, and who are the true believers and who are the false believers?