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[Panorama (Peru) / December 25, 2011]

December 25: the Birthday of Christ Ahnsahnghong

By the World Mission Society Church of God

The World Mission Society Church of God was founded by Christ Ahnsahnghong in 1964 according to the prophecies of the Bible. The main doctrines of this Church are the Second Coming Jesus who comes in the flesh and the existence of God the Mother.

Christ Ahnsahnghong was born in 1918, began His preaching ministry in 1948 and passed away in 1985 after 37 years of ministry. This was to fulfill the prophecy of King David who had been anointed king at the age of 30 and had reigned 40 years (2 Samuel 5:4.) This work of King David had to be carried out by Jesus 2,000 years ago (Luke 1:30-31.) But Jesus fulfilled His reign as the King of Universe for three years only when He was baptized at the age of 30 and was crucified at the age of 33 by those who denied Him. In this reason, Christ should come a second time in this last era to complete the remaining 37 years of David’s throne (Hebrews 9:27-28.)

The World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) originated from South Korea and spread to the whole world. Currently, more than one million people believe in Christ Ahnsahnghong and Heavenly Mother.

Christ promised to appear a second time in the east to bring salvation to those who are waiting for Him. The Church of God believes the Second Coming Christ who came in the flesh with a new name in this age (Revelation 2:17.) This Church celebrates the birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong on this day December 25, 2011*.

Another purpose of His Second Coming is to restore the truth of life that was brought by Jesus 2,000 years ago and was abolished during the Dark Ages (John 14:26-29.) This truth of life includes the Sabbath and the seven feasts of three times including the Passover, etc. This truth preached by the Church of God should be kept by the 144,000 children of God.



Note: * The World Mission Society Church of God celebrates the sacred birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong on the 1st day of the 12th month in the lunar calendar. In 2011, it fell on December 25 in the current Gregorian calendar.

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