The Promised Pastor of the Old and New Testaments
The promised pastor of the Old Testament was Jesus (Ez 3, Mt 15:24), and the promised pastor of the New Testament is New John (Rv 22:8, 16). God promised about them in advance and said to see and believe when they appeared as promised.
The promised pastor of the Old Testament received and ate the opened scroll in Ez 3 then went and preached it to the rebellious people, the Jews. The promised pastor of the New Testament received and ate the opened book in Rv 10, saw all of events of the entire book of Revelation (Rv 22:8), and went and preached it to the rebellious Spiritual Israel (Rv 22:16).
Revelation is the new covenant to be fulfilled today, and it says that if one adds to or subtracts from this, then he cannot enter the kingdom of heaven, but will receive curses (plagues) (Rv 22:18-19). However, all of the pastors of the Protestant Church and their congregation members have added to and subtracted from Revelation. Thus, Jesus fulfilled all of Revelation and sent the promised pastor, who saw all the fulfillment, to the churches. Yet, why do they not believe this promised pastor or the new covenant, Revelation?
In Jesus’ new covenant (Lk 22:14-20), he said that the Passover meal, that is, the blood and flesh of the Lamb, would not be eaten until it is fulfilled in the Father’s kingdom. This Passover Lamb is Jesus, and the Father’s kingdom is the 12 Tribes in Revelation. At this time, Babylon, the kingdom of demons, holds all nations captive like in Rv 13 and 18; thus, to come out of Babylon is just like the Israelites coming out of Egypt at the time of Moses. Additionally, a judgment like the Passover at the time of Moses takes place and those who ate and drank the flesh and blood of the Lamb, that is, the flesh and blood of Jesus, receive salvation and escape calamity.
Today, those who eat and drink the flesh and blood of the Lamb (of Jesus, the Passover Lamb) and come out of Babylon, the kingdom of demons that holds all nations captive (Rv 18:4), receive salvation. Babylon is a place where all sorts of denominations (religious bodies) have gathered (a unified religious body) (Ref. Dn 2). Shincheonji, however, is a new denomination (religious body) that has been created at the time of Revelation’s fulfillment by harvesting and sealing those born of God’s seed, that is, Shincheonji Church of Jesus, the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony, and it is the promised, new kingdom. Moreover, Shincheonji masters Revelation.
Jesus is the promised pastor of the Old Testament. Those who heard and believed in the blood and flesh of Jesus, that is, the revealed word that Jesus testified, received salvation at the time of the First Coming. New John is the promised pastor of the New Testament. Today, which is the time of the Second Coming, those who eat and drink the flesh and blood of the Passover Lamb Jesus, that is, those who hear and believe in the revealed word that New John testifies, will receive salvation.