30. May they be one in Us

“I do not pray for these alone, but also for those who will believe in Me through their word; that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You sent Me” (John 17:20-21).

Anyone who keeps God’s commandments and has received the Holy Spirit through the one baptism of Jesus Christ, abides in God (1 John 3:24). But while our obedience may save ourselves, if we do not preach the whole truth, including the truth of the relationship between Christ and God, we cannot save others.

The Trinity doctrine is a great blasphemy that prevents its followers, and others, from receiving salvation. It not only divides Christians, but it was also the primary catalyst behind the creation of the Muslim religion, which now has 1.6 billion followers. The understanding of a one-person God, among the Arab people, goes back to Abraham.

Our explanation of Christ and God must agree with the teachings of Christ and the Apostles, to bring God’s message of salvation to the world.

The “image of the beast” and the “mark of the beast” are the two great blasphemies that survived the Reformation.

But the Book of Revelation prophesied that these two great blasphemies would be overcome by the preaching of the White Horse, which is the Sanctified Church of the end days.

                “He Himself treads the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of the Almighty God.”

Revelation 19:15

It is the duty of the Sanctified Church to preach the truth of the Word of God for the salvation of mankind.

In Revelation Chapters 8 and 16, we read about seven trumpets, and bowls of wrath to precede Christ’s return. These began with “fire poured out from the altar” (Revelation 8:5); the fire of the Holy Spirit, that was poured out in the early 20th Century.

The first of the seven trumpets and bowls of wrath is “sores on those who worship the image of the beast (the Trinity) and receive his mark (Sunday rest).”  Today, the true Apostolic theology is evident to all. This significant obstacle of the Trinity has been removed, as a barrier to preaching the truth of Christ.

In Ezekiel 47:8, we learn that when the Spirit of God completes the eastern region, it will enter the sea, and its waters will be healed (it will be able to bring salvation to all mankind). The sea represents the salvation of man in the Book of Ezekiel and Revelation, and the eastern region refers to the outpouring of the Spirit of God in Asia, where the true Church has been nourished.

In the second trumpet, the great mountain of Christ, burning with fire (of the Holy Spirit) is thrown into the sea. Meaning that it brings salvation to all mankind, and causes a third of the ships (false churches), to sink (Revelation 8:8-9).

Isaiah said the Lord will “prepare a mighty agent, to speak to the drunkards of Ephraim” … “Line upon line, precept upon precept…He will speak to this people, through stammering lips and tongue” (Isaiah 28:1-2, 10 -11). This mighty agent is the Rider on the White Horse that strikes down the Gentiles, using the Word of God (Revelation 19:15).

Regardless, of the position anyone holds today, this is the future of God’s Church. It has been prophesied in the Bible and it will come to pass, regardless of whether we resist it, or embrace it.

We have no doubt that the Spirit of God will allow His Church to understand the things we have written in this Book. These are the timeless truths of the Bible. God has planted the truth in His Word, so that all mankind will be saved in these last days. This is the truth that will persuade both Christian and Muslim, Gentile and Jew. This truth will unite all believers within one true Church, and fulfill Jesus’ prayer.

The Six Communications of God to His Image, and the Completion of God’s Plan

In Chapter 3, “Let Us make man in Our image,” we mentioned that God communicated His salvation plan to Christ through six statements. Knowing that God’s plan would be completed on the cross, Jesus prayed, “May they be one in Us.”

 

The Six Statements of God to Christ

Let Us make man in Our image” (Genesis 1:26). God declared His purpose to make man into His spiritual image.
“Behold, the man has become like one of Us,
to know good and evil. And now, lest he put out his hand and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live forever” (Genesis 3:22).
God revealed man’s sinful nature through His commandment. And separated man from the hope of eternal life.
“Come let Us to go down and their confuse their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech” (Genesis 11:7). God separated world into tribes and nations, and created the chosen nation of Israel.
“Whom shall I send,
And who will go for Us?” (Isaiah 6:8)
God spoke of the coming Messiah, and commissioned Isaiah as the Messianic prophet.
“You are My beloved Son; in You I am well pleased” (Luke 3:22). The first Son of God was born of water and Spirit (John 3:5).
“I have both glorified it and will glorify it again” (John 12:28). The name of the Father was glorified; the name by which we must be saved (Acts 4:12).
“May they be one in Us (John 17:20-21). Jesus prayed for the unity of all believers that the world would believe.