FULFILMENT REALITY OF SCRIPTURE IS HEARD BY THOUSANDS ONLINE

Chairman of Shincheonji Church of Jesus, Mr Man-Hee Lee

On Saturday 23 July 2022 thousands of Christian believers were able to hear the fulfilment of Christian biblical prophecies being testified online. The Chairman of Shincheonji Church of Jesus, Mr Man-Hee Lee, emphasized how the prophecy of the Bible book of Revelation has been fulfilled in reality today.

During the seminar, called “Prophecy and Fulfilment of the Old & New Testament”, he explained each chapter of Revelation one by one and urged pastors, believers and sceptics alike to check Scripture again and again for themselves. “Pastors, please make a correct decision” he exclaimed earnestly. 

Chairman Lee said that one can most certainly believe the Bible without a doubt when the contents of Matthew 24 and the book of Revelation (that prophesy about the Second Coming of Jesus), are fulfilled. “I want to prove what I saw and heard in person. If there is anything wrong with what I say as evidence, please let me know. Anytime.”

This special seminar was broadcasted on the official YouTube channel of Shincheonji and will remain available for anyone to watch. The previous seminar on 4 July was also conducted by Chairman Lee. He summarized the contents of the church’s Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced level courses. The church makes all its lessons available free of charge to the public to watch and learn at any time on YouTube.

The recent series of seminars reflect the growing interest in what Shincheonji is testifying and the actual evidence it provides. The number of views of Shincheonji’s lectures and courses have now exceeded 20 million views worldwide. Numerous requests for material to be sent and provided to those watching the lectures are received daily by the church.

Shincheonji Church of Jesus recorded an annual increase of more than 20,000 members in 2020 and 2021 when the COVID-19 pandemic was raging. More than 100,000 people attended online lectures in the first half of this year alone, making the year-end graduation ceremony of 100,000 students achievable.

Despite slander and persecution from many churches and politicians, the rapid increase in the church’s membership is largely attributed to evidence provided by various public seminars as posted on the Shincheonji YouTube channel.

Subsequently, Chairman Lee, who proved the events of each chapter of Revelation, said that God’s kingdom must be established on earth so that God can come. He said, “I’m not talking about what I’ve learned from anyone or what I have studied and learned. I’m talking about what I’ve seen with my own eyes and what I’ve heard with my own ears.” Lee urged believers to be part of the 144,000 and great multitude who have come out from the great tribulation, as mentioned in Revelation. He added that one needs to be sealed and recreated through God’s Word and explained the process of God’s salvation in the book of Revelation.

The Chairmain of the church concluded, “This individual has seen and heard it first-hand. Even if I die, I cannot say that I couldn’t deliver God’s word,” and urged saints to check Scripture, the evidence, and to believe.

This seminar and many other lectures and courses are available on the official Shincheonji YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/-4Din3u4dk0

Shincheonji is an international church organisation which has branches across all the continents of the world. The church organisation’s full name is Shincheonji Church of Jesus the Temple of the Tabernacle of Testimony and was established in 1984. The chairman and senior pastor of Shincheonji is Mr Man-Hee Lee.

Shincheonji stands for the Chinese characters of ‘new heaven and new earth’ and represent the new tabernacle and new people (2 Peter 3:13, Matthew 13:31-32, Revelation 14:1-5, Revelation 15:2-5). 

It has branch churches across the continent of Africa including Ethiopia in the North, Uganda and Kenya in the East as well as South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe in the South.

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