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World Evangelism and Our Mission

Our brothers and sisters in Zion are putting their whole heart and mind into preaching the gospel with the desire to save all seven billion people. The work of salvation—finding our lost heavenly family members—is shaking up the world and the gospel spreading rapidly like the light of seven full days is surprising the whole world, just as Heavenly Father prophesied.

At this point in time, let us remind ourselves again of the Bible prophecies about world evangelism and of our God-given mission.


The gospel spreading all over the world


The gospel of God is spreading rapidly throughout the world according to the prophecies of the Bible. Many people who have been waiting for the water of life, which the Spirit and the Bride freely give, are coming back into the arms of Heavenly Mother. The joyful news is continuously being delivered to the Head Office from all parts of the world—high-altitude mountain villages in the Himalayas, villages deep in the Amazon jungle, regions near the equator with very hot climates, etc.

Our lost heavenly family members all around the world are longing for God’s word and waiting for the message of truth so eagerly. Keeping this in mind all the time, we should put our whole heart, mind, and soul into preaching the gospel to all people, giving thanks and glory to God who has called us earlier and gives us the water of life freely.

Mt 28:18–20 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Jesus said just before His ascension, “Make disciples of all nations, baptizing them and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.” He told His disciples to let all people know the way to salvation—the way back to heaven.

God Himself came in the flesh to show His children the way to salvation. God the Father came to this earth 2,000 years ago and came again in this age of the Holy Spirit to teach us the law of life, and God the Mother is still with us on this earth. Since we have already heard all the teachings, we must go to the people who do not yet know the way to salvation and tell them the message of life, according to the request of Jesus. To go and make disciples of all nations, preaching the gospel to them, is the mission we must fulfill in this age where baptism is done in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.


Prophecies about the preaching of the gospel to the whole world


God’s word is to be fulfilled without fail and every prophecy of the Bible is also to be fulfilled exactly as it is. Let’s see what God has commanded the prophetic protagonists in the fulfillment process.

Mt 24:13–14 “. . . but he who stands firm to the end will be saved. And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.”

God has clearly shown us that the gospel is destined to be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations. He has also said that only those who completely believe the prophecies and follow God until the end wherever He leads them will be saved.

In the Trinity, Jesus is God the Father—the Lord (Jehovah) God who appears in the Old Testament. God the Father said, “I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come” (Isa 46:10). God Almighty, who knows the end from the beginning, looked ahead into the future of the gospel that would be preached to the whole world and predicted it. God’s words about world evangelism recorded in the Bible are also being fulfilled exactly.

Lk 24:47–48 “. . . and repentance and forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. You are witnesses of these things.” Jesus also said in the book of Luke that the gospel would be preached to all nations, adding that we are witnesses of these things.

As witnesses of all these things and prophetic protagonists, we should quickly proclaim the new name—the name of the Savior in the age of the Holy spirit—and New Jerusalem Heavenly Mother, who have come down to this earth and taught us the words of life to save us, and the new covenant—the truth of life, shouldn’t we? Let us preach to everyone in the world. I am sure that if we continue to preach the gospel diligently, something amazing will surely happen; Father and Mother will gather together Their elect in an instant.

Mt 24:31 “And he will send his angels with a loud trumpet call, and they will gather his elect from the four winds, from one end of the heavens to the other.”

God said He would send His angels with a loud trumpet call and gather His chosen children from all directions. We are now vividly witnessing the scene where God’s water of life flows even to small countries, regions, and cities whose names are unfamiliar to us. The gospel is being preached to all parts of the world, even to the remotest places on earth, according to the prophecies.

God is gathering the people of Zion from all around the world. Let us, too, shout the good news of salvation, not remaining silent. No matter where we preach the gospel, let us do our best to fulfill the holy mission of preaching the good news of salvation to those who have not yet heard the words of truth.


The mission from God


World evangelism will continue to go forward and the gospel will be preached to all seven billion people in the end, because it is God’s providence and administration. The day is coming soon when the words of life will reach the ends of the earth and the knowledge of God will fill the whole earth (Isa 11:9). Now, we need to reflect on ourselves to see if we are contributing to the mission God has entrusted to us, even if it’s just a little bit. The time of grace God has given us keeps passing by, whether we do nothing or work hard, keeping in step with the prophecies.

Ro 10:11 As the Scripture says, “Anyone who trusts in him will never be put to shame.”

“Anyone who trusts in him” refers to the believer in Jehovah God in the age of the Father, the believer in Jesus in the age of the Son, and the believer in God the Father and God the Mother who have come to this earth as the Spirit and the Bride in this age of the Holy Spirit. So, those who believe in the Savior of each age—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit—will never be put to shame. They walk the path of faith diligently enough to take pride in having lived a life without shame when they look back at their lives. In order to do so, we must fully believe and obey God’s word.

Ro 10:14–18 How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can they preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!” But not all the Israelites accepted the good news. For Isaiah says, “Lord, who has believed our message?” Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word of Christ. But I ask: Did they not hear? Of course they did: “Their voice has gone out into all the earth, their words to the ends of the world.”

How can people hear without someone preaching to them? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? In order for them to understand and believe in God the Father and God the Mother—the Saviors in the age of the Holy Spirit, there has to be someone who preaches the words of truth to them and enlightens them through God’s teachings. Letting someone know God’s word even a little bit—this is the very act of preaching. It is the command God has entrusted to us and the mission we must fulfill.

The way to heaven is only known to the Spirit and the Bride and to us who have been taught first by Them. Unless we preach, no one can find that way. So, God has entrusted us with the mission of preaching the gospel.

World evangelism is being carried out according to God’s prophecies. When the work of salvation comes to an end, God will ask us if we have fulfilled the mission He entrusted to us. What shall our answer be then? We should all be able to answer, “I have gained five more,” or, “I have gained ten more,” like the faithful ones in the parable of the talents, instead of saying, “I have just kept my faith in You to myself,” like the person who hid the one talent in the ground (Mt 25:14–30).


World evangelism starting with small steps


It will be great if all people obey the gospel when we preach it to them. However, there will be those who refuse to listen to the gospel, and there will also be some who listen to the gospel but refuse to accept it. This is not the end though. Although they do not accept the truth, God’s word is to be preached to other people through them. That’s why the Bible tells us to preach God’s word whether they listen or fail to listen (Eze 3:11). As we continue to preach, the day is surely coming when we will see the fulfillment of this prophecy: “Their voice has gone out into all the earth, their words to the ends of the world” (Ro 10:18).

You may have heard the term “butterfly effect.” The “butterfly effect” is a theory that the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Beijing, China, can affect the atmosphere and the effect is amplified as time goes on, causing a tornado in the United States. This is the notion that small changes can produce huge effects; tiny factors such as the flap of a butterfly’s wings can generate big changes like a hurricane.

It is the same with the work of the new covenant gospel. You might think, ‘How can the small act of preaching to one person help achieve world evangelism and change the world?’ However, the shout of those who believe the prophecies is now reaching everywhere and having an enormous impact on the world.

When you preach the truth, it doesn’t matter whether or not you can find Bible verses quickly and easily. Among our new members there are some who decided to receive the blessing of new life as they were touched by a single message, “God the Mother exists.” So, everyone can preach if they only have a mind to find the lost brothers and sisters, although they are not eloquent or do not have much knowledge. Displaying God’s glory through various gospel tools is also one of the preaching methods.

The wind coming off of the flapping butterfly wings is very weak, but the tiny flapping of the butterfly’s wings can ultimately cause a massive storm on the other side of the earth. Let us keep in mind the mission Father and Mother have entrusted to us, and start with the small things. I am sure that our small efforts, when they are put together, will become a driving force to change the whole world, according to the prophecies.


The least of you will become a thousand


The prophecies of the Bible are unchangeable. God has clearly prophesied that our small actions will produce great results of the gospel work, just as the flap of a butterfly’s feeble wings can lead to big results.

Isa 60:21–22 “Then will all your people be righteous and they will possess the land forever. They are the shoot I have planted, the work of my hands, for the display of my splendor. The least of you will become a thousand, the smallest a mighty nation. I am the Lord; in its time I will do this swiftly.”

God has promised that the least of us will become a thousand, and the smallest a mighty nation. He has said that we, who are small and weak, will produce great results, adding, “I am the Lord; in its time I will do this swiftly.” So, let us do our best to fulfill our God-given mission, keeping in mind what God has taught us: “Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season” (2 Ti 4:2).

“The gospel will be preached to Samaria and to the ends of the earth.” This is a promise God has made to us and also a prophecy that contains God’s will. Since God has already planned it, who can stop it and who can obstruct it? As God’s children, let us not blame the surrounding circumstances, but obey God even in the smallest things, believing that everything will be accomplished according to God’s plan, from the beginning to the end.

We don’t have to think that world evangelism is something very hard to do. A massive storm has its roots in the flapping of a tiny butterfly’s wings. Likewise, the moment we preach God’s word wholeheartedly to the people around us, the great work begins: the least of us will become a thousand, and the smallest a mighty nation. The words of the Bible do not remain mere records, but they are to come true before our very eyes. The waves of the water of life, which were as feeble as the flap of a butterfly’s wings, are becoming stronger and more powerful as they reach the highest and lowest places on the earth.

However, there are still many people around us who have not yet heard the message of life. There are also many souls who do not fully understand the words of truth although they have already heard them. I earnestly ask you to guide them to the path of life by teaching them the way of salvation diligently, with beautiful lips and shining feet.

I hope that this year will be a blessed year when we can tell Heavenly Jerusalem Mother the joyful news that God’s word has been preached to every city as well as every region in all the countries of the world. The things of this earth are transient, but the things of heaven are eternal; we will possess them forever (Da 7:18). I ask all of you, brothers and sisters in Zion, to have a beautiful faith to work diligently for the eternal things.