The Promise and Promised Pastor of the Old Testament and the New Testament
God prophesied promises through Noah and Abraham, which He fulfilled through Moses and Joshua. The prophecies He promised through the Old Testament prophets were all fulfilled through Jesus, the promised pastor (Jn 19:30). Of course, God came to the promised pastor, Jesus, and fulfilled the promises, and that fulfillment was testified through Jesus.
The New Testament is God prophesying through Jesus the events of the future, and Jesus prophesied the book of Revelation through his apostle, John. When the New Testament is fulfilled, God says “it is (all) done” (Rv 21:6). Who and through whom is this Revelation of the New Testament fulfilled? Who and through whom is the work of fulfillment testified?
In the same way there is a promised pastor of the Old Testament, there is a promised pastor of the New Testament who has been chosen in advance. Do you know this promised pastor?
As it has been recorded, there is a pastor who preaches the fulfillment of the process of Revelation and the events that took place. God gave it to Jesus, Jesus gave it to the angel, the angel gave it to John, and John delivered it to the servants, the 12 tribes.
This John, as Jesus’ messenger who speaks on behalf, saw the fulfillment of the process and is the one who wrote the letters of Revelation 2 ~ 3. He is the one who received and ate the book in Revelation 10. He is the one in Revelation 1:2 who testifies what he saw and heard to the servants. He is the messenger of Jesus who is sent to the churches in Revelation 22.
One must meet this promised messenger in order to know the fulfillment of Revelation.
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