Jesus in Revelation (64)

The Remnant must proclaim the good news.

“And he said to them, ‘Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.’” Mark 16:15. Those who are righteous in Jesus Christ have proclaimed the good news, that is the gospel of our salvation throughout the centuries of Christianity. However, those dressed in white robes of Christ’s righteousness have an essential mission to accomplish before they stand with the Lord on Mount Zion. At the end of the last days, there will be a concerted and committed proclamation of the good news, Jesus Christ. They must fulfill the commission that was given by Jesus, and they will. Such a proclamation of the gospel, Jesus Christ, is a sign of Jesus’ return. “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” Mathew 24:14. The gospel of the kingdom does not refer to a physical dominion. It refers to the kingdom of heaven, Jesus Christ, God with us. Jesus, the Messiah, is the kingdom from heaven. Mathew 2:1- 2; Luke 17:20 – 21.

            The righteous in Jesus must, and they will inform the dark world that the Light of the world had come from the Father in heaven and had become the new life for the dying world. The dying world must hear that God, in Jesus Christ, has rescued us from the kingdom of sin and darkness and has brought us into the kingdom of light and righteousness. The Remnant must inform the world that in Jesus Christ, on the cross at Golgotha, God has accomplished everything needed for the salvation of humankind. In Jesus Christ on the cross at Golgotha, God has restored us to Him as His children with full inheritance rights in His kingdom. Colossians 1:12 – 14.

            The end of the last days will be a time of great uncertainty, turbulence, anxiety, and troubles. Today, more than ever before, the world needs to hear the good news about God’s finished work of salvation in Jesus Christ on the cross at Golgotha. Proclamation of the law and the prophecies does not constitute the good news of the kingdom from heaven that the righteous in Jesus must proclaim. The law and the prophets were proclaimed until Jesus the Messiah had come. After that, the Remnant must proclaim the good news of the kingdom. Mathew 11:12 – 15. The proclamation of the good news of the kingdom will be crowned by the return of the King of kings and the Lord of lords. Jesus assured us of it in Mathew 24:14.

            The proclamation of the good news of the kingdom, Jesus Christ, will be with much opposition coming both from inside and outside the churches and denominations where the righteous in Jesus fellowship. The good news, the gospel of the kingdom will divide people into two groups. Both groups will consist of exemplary human beings. However, one group will be in the kingdom from heaven. The other will be made up of those who live exemplary life here on earth. When the King of kings returns to earth, He will distinguish between and separate the two groups. Mathew 25:31 – 46. Those who are in the kingdom are the ones who have died to themselves so that Christ can live in them. Galatians 2:19 – 20. The other group will consist of those who have convinced themselves that they have it all and need nothing. They have exerted great effort all their life to be exemplary Christian. Therefore, God is obligated to take them into his kingdom, they think. They did not realize that the King of kings will take with Him those in the kingdom already, not those who were getting ready for the kingdom. Revelation 3:17.

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