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Christ Ahnsahnghong

God’s Coming From the East

Christ Ahnsahnghong From South Korea

Since the Bible prophesies about Christ’s second coming in the flesh, many wonder if the location of Christ’s second coming is also in the Bible. This answer lies in understanding where the final phase of salvation unfolds, as the purpose of Christ’s coming is to deliver salvation (Heb 9:28). 

“Then I saw another angel coming up from the east, having the seal of the living God.”

Revelation 7:2

To save His people before the last disaster occurs, God places a seal on their foreheads. This salvation work originates from the East; therefore, God must come from the East at His second coming. This teaching is also confirmed in the Old Testament.

“‘Who has stirred up one from the east … He pursues them and moves on unscathed by a path his feet have not traveled before. Who has done this … I, the LORD—with the first of them and with the last—I am he.’”

Isaiah also wrote that God would come from the East. We know this cannot refer to Christ’s first coming since Isaiah wrote this prophecy in Jerusalem, and Jesus was born in Bethlehem (Mic 5:2), situated southwest of Jerusalem. Therefore, God coming the East refers to the Second Coming Christ.   

According to the Bible, the seal of God is the New Covenant Passover (Jn 6:2753–56Lk 22:15–20). After its abolishment in A.D. 325 at the Council of Nicaea, the New Covenant Passover was not celebrated until it was reestablished during our time in South Korea, the far-off land in the East (Isa 46:10–13). The reestablishment of the New Covenant Passover by Christ Ahnsahnghong serves as tangible proof, aligning with the biblical prophecy, that He is the Second Coming Christ who came from the East. 

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