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To the Pastors of Korea

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.


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