Who Fulfills All Religious Prophecies of "The One to Come?"
Those who think they know have another think coming.
Different religions have different names for the "One To Come," but there will not be a different person to fulfill each prophecy.
One son of man, one servant-messenger fulfills all prophecy, and this time he comes like a thief in the night, to take power away from the pretender to the throne who tries to rule the world with all the monetary and military might at his disposal. And the son of man comes to take power away from all other leaders in the world who have fought for and gained power, and abuse it to enrich themselves and their cronies.
The prophesied servant-messenger of God also comes to take away myths and false beliefs, and remove the masks and facade behind which evil masquerades. His work will result in a reformation of both religion and government, and that will take away the ill-gotten financial gains of many of those who now hold enormously excessive wealth, so that it may finally be fairly shared with those who generated the wealth in the first place. For the reformation will ensure the equality of all citizens, who in the future shall govern themselves, and use the common wealth for the common good.
One son of man fulfills all prophecies, for there will not be one person to fulfill the role of the Moshiach of Judaism, another as the Christ of Christianity; another as the Imam Mahdi of Islam, another as the Buddha Maitreya of Buddhism, another as the Kalki Avatar of Hinduism, another as the Saoshyant of Zoroastrianism, and another as Melchizedek the King of Peace.
Those, after all, are just some of the names attributed to the one that various people expect to come in person, because most religious prophetic traditions include the idea that such a one would come. In fact, most people in the world hope and expect that someone with divine authority and/or great wisdom will deliver the judgment and truth that will edify, counsel and unite humanity, and correct those who have misled us, divided us, and caused such horrible conflict and tribulation in the world.
There is but one messenger who represents all those names. But he does not claim to be "the holy one," because there is but One Holy One, One Lord God, the sole "Lord of Hosts," who is God by any other name. For God is the Great Spirit; the eternal, omnipresent but unseen Supreme Consciousness; the Divine Light-Energy-Source of our existence; and the formless, unspeakable primordial "Word," which was in the beginning and is manifested in all form, and is made flesh in all of us. And the true messenger of God explains how and why that is so.
Now that the world is "smaller" and we have ample ways for communications to reach all humanity, it is only common sense that there is but one authorized messenger for God's Holy Spirit of truth. Otherwise, there would be conflict and chaos, as has been and even now is the case.
There is conflict and division because, as was also foretold and prophesied, there are many pretenders claiming to be the Christ/Avatar/Buddha/ Moshiach, etc. There are also many false prophets who claim to know who the expected one will be, and when and where he will come. And there are many religious bigots and hypocrites who claim to know and serve God/Allah, when they in fact do not.
That is why there are so many erroneous beliefs and expectations, and so many people in conflict who claim that God is on their side.
That is why there is only one person who does fulfill all religious prophecies that foretell the coming of a representative or messenger for Divinity, and the universal message he delivers is relevant to all religions.
However, the modern message from the Spirit of truth uses terminology relating to the three Abrahamic religions, and particularly to the Judeo-Christian traditions, because Judaism is the foundation of both Christianity and Islam, which are the two largest religions in the world.
The message is directed mainly at Christians because Christianity is the largest religion in the world. The last time I checked there are 800 million more Christians than there are Muslims in the world. There are 2.1 billion Christians, while there are 1.3 billion Muslims. The next largest population is about 1.1 billion people who are agnostics or atheists. And among the other religions there are 900 million Hindus, 376 million Buddhists, 23 million Sikhs, 14 million Jews, 7 million Baha'is, 4.2 million Jains, 4 million Shintos, and 2.6 million Zoroastrians. And there are, of course, many other lesser known or smaller religions.
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