Before reading this post, please be sure to read Rev15 first.
The lecturer of Rev15 is Shin Gyusu, Thaddeus Tribe leader.
In Rev15, those who are victorious over the beast and his image gathered in front of God’s throne, and the plague of seven golden bowls are prepared. Unlike the other two kinds of plagues (plague of seven seals and seven trumpets) that punished the betrayers only, this last plague was prepared to judge both betrayers and destroyers.
At the beginning of Rev15, another sign appears in heaven (the first tabernacle): the seven last plagues. This means the plague is different from the plague of seals and trumpets. It’s different from them because this plague judges both betrayers and destroyers, unlike the two plagues we saw before.
There are also people gathered beside the sea of glass. They are those who overcame the beast, his image, and the number of his name. In reality, they had defeated seven false pastors from Stewardship Education Center, false pastors who had been appointed by the 666 beast (seventeen evangelists from the first tabernacle), and Mr. Snake (666 beast), who was from the first tabernacle then became a destroyer.
The sea of glass here looks familiar. We already saw this in the spiritual realm (Rev4) in front of God’s throne. If they are gathered beside the sea of glass, that means, they are gathered in front of God’s throne. Therefore, where those who are victorious gathered is where God is (Rev3:12, 21). This sea of glass is God’s revealed word that washes our inner being (Rev4:6, Heb8:5, Ex30:17-20, Jn15:30).
Gathered, those who are victorious sing the song of Moses and the song of lamb while holding harps. The harps are the bible (Rev5:8-9) and the song of Moses and lamb is the word in the Old Testament (Ps119:54, Dt31:19-22, 30) and the word in the New Testament (Lk22:20). They praise God and Jesus.
After this, in heaven, the tabernacle of Testimony is opened. After this is after those who are victorious appeared from Rev12. The tabernacle of Testimony is the tabernacle where those who are victorious from Rev12 testify what they saw and heard at the place where all events of Revelation had happened. This place is called the ‘tabernacle’ because God and God’s throne are there. In reality, Shincheonji Church of Jesus, the temple of the tabernacle of Testimony was established on 14th Mar. 1984.
Out of the temple, the seven angels come out and receive the seven plagues of bowls that contain the wrath of God from the four living creatures. The four living creatures are the four archangels. Those seven bowls are those who are victorious from Rev12 (Acts9:15, Jer6:11). They fought against the destroyers and defeated them. Therefore, they could testify and judge them with what they had seen: the behavior of betrayal and destruction of the betrayers and the destroyers. The smoke that fills the temple is the word of God’s wrath that judges the betrayers and destroyers. Fever of shouts fills the temple.
It is also said that no one could enter the temple until the seven plagues of the seven angels were completed. The tabernacle is open even for the people who belong to the beast if they repent. However, not before the judgment of what they’ve done. In Rev16:12, when the sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, the Euphrates river water was dried up to prepare the way for the kings from the East. The word of testimony became the way so that people could come out. When it was prepared, Jesus call people out from Babylon to come to his kingdom in Rev17:14 and Rev18:4.
Shin Gyusu, Thaddeus Tribe leader, closed the lecture by saying, “We must become one by believing in this Bible. We have to become one with God and Jesus. Since God and Jesus are in the temple of the tabernacle of Testimony, all nations must come to worship God in this temple of the tabernacle of Testimony. To become one with God and Jesus. (…) WE ARE ONE!”
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