World Mission Society Church of God & The End of the World
Did the World Mission Society Church of God preach about the End of the World?
So as I was browsing the web, I came across an article written by someone who seems to be a bit overconfident about her claims. The author of this article brags about having unveiled the failed predictions of the World Mission Society Church of God.
First of all, the World Mission Society Church of God has never taught that the end of the world was going to take place in the year 2012. You will not find records of this in the official website of the World Mission Society Church of God or in any official announcements from the General Assembly.
The author of the article goes on to quote the judgment on the case of the Church of God vs. Ji Won Tak as evidence that the World Mission Society Church of God predicted the end of the world in 1988, 1999 and 2012. One thing you have to understand is that the claims on that report were made by the defense of Ji Won Tak. Every claim made by Tak was deemed false and ultimately the witnesses who spoke on behalf of Tak against the Church lost their case.
The World Mission Society Church of God never predicted the end of the world in 1988,1999 or 2012.
The author goes on saying that she gets the information directly from Korea, as if the information from Korea was different from what is taught in the Churches in the US. Let me ask a question, if the information coming from Korea is supposed to unveil the discrepancies and prove false the World Mission Society Church of God, then why is it that the majority of Church members of the World Mission Society Church of God reside in Korea? And why are there 400 churches in Korea? Because they already know that the claims made in the article are false.
As I have already said, the claims being made are comparable to someone boasting about learning the true facts of the life of Jesus and the Church 2,000 years ago from the Pharisees and the Sadducees of the time who did not follow or believe in Him.
When Jesus resurrected 2,000 years ago, the guards who witnessed the event went to the religious leaders of that time and told them everything that had happened. But the Pharisees paid them a sum of money and told them to tell everyone that Jesus’ disciples stole the body while everyone slept.
Matthew 28:11-15 – While the women were on their way, some of the guards went into the city and reported to the chief priests everything that had happened. When the chief priests had met with the elders and devised a plan, they gave the soldiers a large sum of money, telling them, “You are to say, ‘His disciples came during the night and stole him away while we were asleep.’ If this report gets to the governor, we will satisfy him and keep you out of trouble.” So the soldiers took the money and did as they were instructed. And this story has been widely circulated among the Jews to this very day.
Imagine if I started to proclaim that I know the true life of Jesus Christ because I learned from the religious leaders of His time. Do you think I would have true faith in Christ if I did that? Absolutely Not! In the same way, the alleged information coming from Korea that the author of that article receives is actually coming from people who do not believe in Christ Ahnsahnghong and Heavenly Mother. Then, how can anyone expect this report to be accurate? Do you think that those who do not believe in Christ Ahnsahnghong and Heavenly Mother will say good things about them? The answer is No.
You have questions? Contact your local Church of God; they will be more than willing to answer them.