Second Coming Jesus and the New Name

God’s Names Throughout the Ages

According to the Bible, God divided His plan of salvation into three ages: the age of the Father, the age of the Son and the age of the Holy Spirit. And for each of these ages, He appears as the Savior with a different name.

“Jesus ... said ... ‘baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.’”

Matthew 28:18–19

In the age of the Father, the name of the Savior was Jehovah according to the Old Testament prophets (Isa 43:11). And as understood from studying the Trinity, God the Father and God the Son are the same God. That is why, in the age of the Son, the name of the Savior was Jesus (Ac 4:11–12). 

“‘For Jesus is the one referred to in the Scriptures, where it says, “The stone that you builders rejected has now become the cornerstone.” There is salvation in no one else! God has given no other name under heaven by which we must be saved.’”

And just as God the Father and God the Son are the same one God, God the Holy Spirit is also the same God. Now in the age of the Holy Spirit, there is a new name of the Savior: Jesus’ new name. 

“‘I am coming soon. Hold on to what you have, so that no one will take your crown. The one who is victorious I will make a pillar in the temple of my God. Never again will they leave it. I will write on them the name of my God and the name of the city of my God, the new Jerusalem, which is coming down out of heaven from my God; and I will also write on them my new name.’”

“‘Whoever has ears, let them hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To the one who is victorious, I will give some of the hidden manna. I will also give that person a white stone with a new name written on it, known only to the one who receives it.’”

Since Jesus new name is known only to those who receive it, we must know how to recognize Second Coming Jesus. Jesus said that He will bring “hidden manna.” Jesus Himself taught us that, biblically, manna represents His flesh.

“‘Your ancestors ate manna in the wilderness, but they all died. Anyone who eats the bread from heaven, however, will never die. I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Anyone who eats this bread will live forever; and this bread, which I will offer so the world may live, is my flesh.’”

Jesus said these words while He taught people that we can have eternal life through His flesh and blood (Mt 26:17, 26–28). And the only way to receive His flesh (manna) and blood is through the New Covenant Passover. However, the Passover was abolished in A.D. 325. That is why, in the book of Revelation, Jesus described the Passover (manna) as hidden.

Nevertheless, Christ Ahnsahnghong reestablished the New Covenant Passover in 1948. He accomplished what is written in Revelation; He gave us the hidden manna. This makes Him Second Coming Jesus. Those who receive this manna by celebrating the New Covenant Passover also receive His new name.

Jesus’ new name, the name of the Savior in this age of the Holy Spirit, is Christ Ahnsahnghong.

Learn more about the importance of knowing God’s name in each age.

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