Continued from Part 1.

Those who oppose the World Mission Society Church of God always try to distort the truth by citing a particular part without considering the context. Without knowing the context, we can misunderstand the will of God. For example, it’s written,

I, even I, am the Lord [Jehovah], and apart from me there is no savior. (Isaiah 43:11)

Suppose that someone insists that Jesus cannot be the Savior because it’s written that “there is no savior apart from Jehovah.” Does he understand the Bible correctly? (No.) The above verse means that Jehovah was the only Savior in the age of the Father. But, as the age changed from the age of the Father to the age of the Son, the Savior also changed from Jehovah to Jesus.

He [Jesus] is “‘the stone you builders rejected, which has become the capstone.’ Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name (than Jesus) under heaven given to men by which we must be saved.” (Acts 4:11-12)

Therefore, it’s wrong to insist that there is no other Savior than Jehovah in any cases by citing Isaiah 43:11 without considering the situation. (The Bible also testifies that there is the name of the Holy Spirit. Please refer to this page for this topic.)

Likewise, the NCPCOG claims that there is no Heavenly Mother by citing part of Father’s book without considering the situation. The above movie explains the situation when the book titled “Explanation on the New Jerusalem and the Bride, and on Women’s Veil” was written and why their argument is not true.

Christ Ahnsahnghong wrote as follows:

“Elisha followed Elijah.

Joshua followed Moses.

Peter followed Jesus.

I follow Mother.

Please refer to this page for a detailed explanation on this topic.