[Shincheonji Church] Faith in the Promise and the Objective of a Life of Faith
There is nothing false in the words of the Bible. God fulfilled everything according to the promises in the Bible. Thus, we believe in the promises in the Bible. Moreover, all believers in Christianity, whoever it may be, carry out their lives of faith in order to gain the kingdom of heaven and eternal life.
The book of Revelation is the last promise that God will fulfill. Since Adam until now, in this world a war between God and the devil has been taking place. A war also takes place at this time of Revelation’s fulfillment, and God’s kingdom is re-created due to God being victorious in this war. This last work, Revelation, has been approximately 80-90% fulfilled. Do you see, hear, and believe?
The most important things in this Revelation are the appointment of the promised pastor, who is the one who speaks on Jesus’ behalf, the work of harvesting those born of God’s seed, the work of sealing, and the work of creating the 12 tribes. Today, the new work of the creation of the 12 tribes of Shincheonji has been fulfilled. What remains now is the judgment of Babylon, the kingdom of demons that deceived all nations. As for this judgment, God does the judgment Himself. Therefore, believers must verify: Who am I according to the New Testament Bible? Have I truly been created according to the New Testament Bible? Aren’t these words correct? Have you been born of God’s seed? If one has been born of God’s seed, then God’s seed would be in his heart; if one has been harvested, then he would be in the 144,000 of the 12 tribes in Rv 14 and 7; if one has been sealed, then his name would be written on the list (register) of the 12 tribes, the promised kingdom. False believers are those for whom these three things do not apply. Of course, they will be thrown into the fiery lake of burning sulfur at the time of judgment.
Why do you not believe in the word of promise? The congregation members of the traditional churches, which are the subjects of the kingdom, have completely added to and subtracted from the book of Revelation. Hence, they did not become a part of the 12 tribes of the promised kingdom. Are these words not facts? It says that if one adds to or subtracts from this book, Revelation, then he will enter the fires of hell. [The members of] Shincheonji have been born of God’s seed, have been harvested, have been sealed, and have been registered in the 12 tribes. The congregation members of the traditional churches will be burned in hell after only persecuting just like at the time of Jesus’ first coming. In the 6,000 years of Biblical history to today, those who have received the spirit of the devil have consistently been habitually persecuting every time God’s work takes place. Are these words not facts? The price for not believing despite Revelation, the word of promise, being fulfilled is the fiery lake.
True believers believe in the promises in the Bible, and the objective for a life of faith is the kingdom of heaven and eternal life. Shincheonji believes in the promises in the New Covenant Revelation, it has been sealed with the revealed word, and it is singing the new song on Mount Zion, which is the place of salvation. I mean, the new song in Rv 14:1-3. This is the new song that no one other than the sealed 144,000 of the 12 tribes knows. Amen.