SECOND COMING CHRIST
Jesus Establishes the New Covenant Truths
Two thousand years ago, Jesus Christ established the New Covenant and set the example of being baptized, and observing the Sabbath day on Saturday, the Passover with bread and wine and all the Feasts of God. Through all of these teachings, Jesus created the foundation for the Church of God—the Early Church that apostles John, Peter and Paul attended.
After the Apostolic Age, lawlessness began to seep into the church and divided it into two—the Eastern Church and the Western Church. The Eastern Church continued to keep the Sabbath and the Passover. However, the Western Church deviated from Christ’s teachings. It began to keep Sunday service and accepted sun worship from the Roman religion.
Roman Emperor Constantine abolished the Sabbath day by issuing the decree of 321, which made Sunday a holiday. He called it the “venerable day of the Sun,” making Sunday the official day of rest. All of Rome worshiped the sun god on Sundays, and eventually so did Christians.
Additionally, the Eastern and Western churches couldn’t agree on whether to keep the Passover at the appointed time or at a time of their choosing. Roman Emperor Constantine brought the issue to the Council of Nicaea, where the appointed time for the Passover was changed to the same day as the Day of Resurrection. Then the Day of Resurrection was renamed Easter.
After the abolishment of the Sabbath day and the Passover, the church became more and more secularized, making it more difficult, and eventually impossible, for Christians of the Early Church to keep the truth.
Churches instituted man-made traditions instead of keeping God’s teachings. And for more than a thousand years no one kept the New Covenant of Christ.
The Protestant Reformation served as a turning point in religious history. Protagonists like Martin Luther, Huldrych Zwingli and John Calvin exposed the corruption in the Roman Catholic Church that dominated Europe and pushed for the reform to more biblical teachings.
The movement sparked a wave of Christian denominations. While these new churches may have reformed some ideas, none of them restored the lost truth and the faith of the Early Church given by Jesus Christ: the Sabbath day, the Passover, the Feasts of God and much more. Instead, even these new institutions clung to the old teachings of the Roman Catholic Church: Sunday worship, Christmas, Easter and idolatry.
Christ Ahnsahnghong: The Last Reformer
According to the teachings of the Bible, Jesus must come to the earth a second time to restore the New Covenant that was lost after the Apostolic Age.
“He will come again, not to deal with our sins, but to bring salvation.”
Hebrews 9:28 (NLT)
Christ Ahnsahnghong fulfilled this biblical prophecy by reestablishing all the original teachings of Jesus. He accomplished what the reformers before Him could not and achieved the perfect reformation by restoring the New Covenant, making Him the Last Reformer.
In 1964, Christ Ahnsahnghong, the Second Coming Jesus, established the World Mission Society Church of God as the only church in the world that celebrates the Feasts of God. Through various Bible prophecies, you too can confirm the identity of Christ Ahnsahnghong.