Washington, D.C, District of Columbia May 15, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - Chairman Lee, Man-hee of Shincheonji, Church of Jesus, the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony (Shincheonji, Church of Jesus) hosted a "Word Seminar" targeting pastors in Daejeon on May 6th following the seminars held in Seoul and Busan, which has attracted a lot of attention.
This seminar was conducted in-person for the first time in four years and has been receiving high attention from pastors, with about 500 ministers (pastors, instructors, evangelists) from Seoul and 150 ministers from Busan attending. The lecture on the prophecy and the reality of the fulfillment of Revelation is continuing to gain great interest over time.
Shincheonji's Bible Seminar, the "Testimony on the Fulfillment of Revelation," took place at 4 PM in Daejeon KT Human Resources Development Center, and over 500 pastors and church members from various denominations, such as Presbyterian, Methodist, and Full Gospel from Daejeon, Gwangu, Jeonju, Choong Nam, and Jeollabuk-do Province, attended.
The book of Revelation, the content of the Word Seminars, is recorded in parables, which is extremely difficult to understand, and various denominations in the religious world have tried to interpret them but have not been able to, making it a "dilemma."
However, Chairman Lee testified to the realities of the fulfillment of the prophecies of Revelation and received a great response from the attendees.
He pointed out that currently the world of Christianity is adding to and subtracting from the book of Revelation. Then he gave a detailed explanation of the prophecy and fulfillment of every chapter, the order in which the prophecies fulfill, and the main points of Revelation chapters 1 to 22. He emphasized that we must clearly know and keep the promise given by God, that is, the contents of the book of Revelation in the Bible.
It is coming to light that a significant number of former and current pastors who attended the seminar are agreeing that we need to know the book of Revelation, which we have neglected because we did not know its meaning.
It has been made known even within the religious world that Korean churches pay little attention to the book of Revelation, which is the last book of prophecies in the New Testament. In fact, an official from the world of religion concluded, "The fact that pastors flock to the Word Seminar of the Book of Revelation held by the Shincheonji Chairman is something that the religious world needs to pay attention to." He said, "The Korean church is too passive in interpreting the Book of Revelation and the teachings about the last days. Given that even the mention of this is taboo, not only curious church members but also pastors are searching for words related to this topic, and eventually make their way towards the Word Seminar."
A representative from Shincheonji Church of Jesus said, "Many pastors who are hungry for the Book of Revelation have been seeking out the words of Shincheonji Church of Jesus or requesting discussions. I hope that this will serve as an opportunity to broaden conversations with pastors and other denominations and for everyone to think about what is the desirable faith needed to follow the will of God and Jesus and put that faith into practice."
Shincheonji's Word Seminar, the "Testimony on the Fulfillment of Revelation" will be broadcasted live on the official YouTube channel of Shincheonji, Church of Jesus, and will conclude on the 13th in Incheon.
Meanwhile, as of the end of March, Shincheonji, Church of Jesus has entered into MOU's with a total of 5,300 pastors (230 in Korea) and is in open dialogue with them. Through these discussions, 280 churches in 15 countries overseas have changed their signboards to Shincheonji, Church of Jesus.
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