To the Pastors of Korea
Peter is said to have died hanging upside down on the cross, saying, “I do not deserve to die in the same way as Jesus.” Believers want to have the same loyal faith as Peter. Despite this, if they do not believe in and keep what has been promised in the Bible, then could they be called true believers?
Jesus told the one who saw all of the actual entities of the entire book of Revelation (Rv 22:8) to go and testify what he saw and heard to the churches (Rv 22:16). What he testifies are the actual entities that appeared by the prophecies of Revelation being fulfilled and becoming flesh.
Also, it says that if one adds to or subtracts from Revelation, then he cannot enter the kingdom of heaven, but will receive curses (plagues) (Ref. Rv 22:18-19). However, right now all of the pastors and congregation members in this world have added to and subtracted from Revelation. And yet, they are being arrogant, [calling] themselves orthodox. Is this not the truth? Do they ignore the words of God’s new covenant? One should not unconditionally say, “cult, heresy,” to Shincheonji, but must verify with the Bible.
Because both pastor and congregation members will all go to hell if they not understand and believe in Revelation, if the fulfillment of Revelation and its revealed word are testified, then they must verify it with the Bible.
The 144,000 of the 12 tribes of Shincheonji created at the time of Revelation’s fulfillment master Revelation. Please verify this. Between those who have added to and subtracted from Revelation and those who have mastered it, who would go to the kingdom of heaven? One not wanting to understand Revelation is because the devil god is stopping him.
Shincheonji prays every day for the Christians in the world of mankind.