Christ Ahnsahnghong said: “There’s no Heavenly Mother”
Christ Ahnsahnghong said: “There is no Bride”
Some people insist, because Christ Ahnsahnghong did not say: “It is true that the Bride will appear in the future, but Um Soo In is not the bride,” but instead He plainly said: “There is no Bride,” this is enough reason for us not to believe in Heavenly Mother. Their reasoning is totally mistaken.
For example, in the Old Testament times, God said that there is no other savior except Jehovah God:
Isaiah 43:11 – I, even I, am the LORD, and apart from me there is no savior.
This verse clearly lets us understand that there is no other savior except Jehovah God; this is one of the testimonies the Israelis held on to 2,000 years ago, which eventually led to their denial of Jesus as the savior. Don’t you think it would have been a little different if God had said the words: “There is no Savior apart from Jehovah for now, even though another name for the Savior, Jesus, will appear in the future”? But, God did not do that. Does this mean Jesus is not God? Absolutely not! Certainly, Jesus is God. We have to understand the commandment of God according to the time, then, we can correctly understand the savior.
Understanding the words according to the time
Also we can learn from an example of something that happened 2,000 years ago. Jesus in one occasion called Peter the Apostle Satan, when he was going against the will of God:
Matthew 16:23 — Jesus turned and said to Peter, “Get behind me Satan! You are a stumbling block to me; you do not have in mind the things of God, but the things of men.”
If we were to only hold on to the words Jesus spoke to Apostle Peter at that time, we would insist that Apostle Peter is Satan and we would not be able to receive guidance from the one Jesus put in charge of His people at that time.
John 21:15 — When they had finished eating, Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon son of John, do you truly love me more than these?” “Yes, Lord,” he said, ‘you know that I love you.” Jesus said, “Feed my lambs.”
If we only believe the words in the book Matthew 16, then we must insist that Jesus put Satan in charge of feeding His people. Does this argument make sense? Absolutely not. We have to understand the words of God according to the time and the circumstances given.
For this reason, I believe the words of Christ Ahnsahnghong “There is no Bride”, when He speaks about Um Soo In, and I believe the words “Here is the Bride!”, which He said about Heavenly Mother Jerusalem.