How Do Believers Keep God’s Law? Shincheonji’s Bible Seminars Show How

Recently, a traffic rule in the country I live was slightly changed, and the Ministry of Transportation will fine drivers if they broke this rule. The government is giving people to adjust to that change, however, after that certain period, they will fine people if they broke the rule. The drivers would say “I didn’t know that”, but not knowing the law can’t defend them from infringing the law.

The life of faith works the same. “I didn’t know that” won’t defend us when there had been plenty of time God waited for us to abide by his law. Some readers would be thinking, “What law?” Heb 8:10-12 says that we should put the laws of God to our hearts and minds. If we do that, our wickedness and sins won’t be remembered by God no more. Putting God’s laws into our hearts and minds will atone for our sins and save us. But, still, what law?

If you’re a Christian, you’ll remember that Jesus had his last Passover meal with his disciples before he was sacrificed. On that day, he made the New Covenant (Lk 22:14-20) with them and this is applied to us, believers who believe in God. The content of the covenant is that we’ll eat Passover food when God’s nation is fulfilled. When Jesus made the covenant, he also said that the bread and wine they were having that night was Jesus’ flesh and blood. This means they won’t be able to have Jesus’ flesh and blood until God’s nation is fulfilled. In other words, we must have Jesus’ flesh and blood when God’s nation is fulfilled. Jesus said a similar thing before, and this confused many people back then in Jn 6. He said, “I am the living bread that came down from heaven. If anyone eats of this bread, he will live forever. This bread is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.”

Sensible people would know he didn’t mean to eat his body literally. Jesus meant that since Jesus was the embodiment of the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies and he was the word (Jn 1), listening to his word would be eating the spiritual food that gives life. When Jesus left the world by being sacrificed, we won’t be able to listen to his word about the kingdom of heaven anymore. We’ll have to wait until the kingdom of heaven is fulfilled and listen to Jesus’ word that guides us to that place.

God’s nation is fulfilled here on earth like we always pray “Lord’s Prayer (Mt 6)”, “your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” If it’s not the place in the spiritual realm but it’s here on earth, we should find where that is. It’s our goal of a life of faith.

Hold your horses before you leave, finding God’s nation. We should know if God’s nation is fulfilled before we try to find it. In Revelation, God’s nation is fulfilled. Therefore, in the age when Revelation is being fulfilled, we finally can see where God’s nation is. Unfortunately, Revelation is full of parables because it’s the secret of the kingdom of heaven. Jesus hid the secret of the kingdom of heaven in parables at his first coming, too, to prevent the devil from knowing it. The good news is, we’re living in the age when Revelation is being fulfilled. In fact, about 70% of the prophecy is already fulfilled. Now, we’re good to go find God’s nation. Since it’s covered with parables, we need someone who can understand and guide us to the nation. Revelation also introduces the messenger of Jesus who saw and heard the fulfillment of Revelation (Rev 22:8) and ate the book of Revelation (Rev 10, which means he became able to understand the meaning of Revelation).

The kingdom of heaven built here on earth was named according to Revelation (“Shincheonji” means New Heaven and New Earth as it’s written in Rev 21:1), was built according to Revelation, and the messenger of Jesus is also there.

Hearing the news, believers who believe in God must listen to the word of the messenger of Jesus and distinguish if his word is according to the Bible or not.

Shincheonji shared their Bible seminars that are distributed in three levels on the official YouTube channel.

Introductory-level seminars teach the necessity of learning the Bible and parables and explain the meaning of parables. If you ever had a hard time understanding Jesus’ parables of the kingdom of heaven, you’ll be excited to learn.

Intermediate-level seminars teach how the prophecies about the promised pastor were fulfilled while learning about the history of the Bible. Through this, you’ll be able to understand how God had been working to save people in many eras.

Advanced-level seminars teach, at last, the meaning and the fulfillment of Revelation.

Since Revelation is in parables, to understand it, you should take a step at a time from the introductory level (If you tried to jump right into the Advanced level, I bet you’ll feel difficulties following the seminar).

Shincheonji also provides free online Bible courses that teach the courses above in real-time. You can ask questions to instructors when you don’t understand and you can easily keep the pace of learning. Don’t hesitate to register if you understood the necessity of learning Revelation!

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