“Christ Ahnsahnghong Never Claimed to Be God.” Does That Mean He’s Not?

//“Christ Ahnsahnghong Never Claimed to Be God.” Does That Mean He’s Not?

“Christ Ahnsahnghong Never Claimed to Be God.” Does That Mean He’s Not?

“Christ Ahnsahnghong Never Claimed to Be God. How Can You Believe In Him?"

“I need to see it to believe it!”

“What miracles did Christ Ahnsahnghong do to prove He’s God?”

“Christ Ahnsahnghong never claimed to be God! How Can I believe since He never said He was God?”

With these kind of questions, people speak against the Church of God and against Christ Ahnsahnghong, claiming that He cannot be God, because He never said He was. To those kind of people, I raise two questions: There are people nowadays, who claim to be Jesus who came again. I saw one of them in the news the other day. He has followers who cry hysterically when they are with him, and He even claims to have “memories” of 2,000 years ago with the disciples, Peter and John. Now, though he claims that he is Jesus, does that really mean he is Jesus? If anyone claims he is Jesus, and really isn’t, does that make him Jesus? Does the moment one claims to be Jesus, make him transform into Jesus? Does… Okay, that was more like three questions in one. But you get where I’m going with this, right?

So my next questions is: If Jesus comes to earth a second time; whether He claims He is Jesus or not, does that mean He is not Jesus? Regardless of whether or not Christ Ahnsahnghong claimed that He was Jesus at His second coming, it doesn’t qualify or disqualifying Him from being the Second Coming Jesus. Whether He says it or not, He is Who He is. Trying to justify that Christ Ahnsahnghong is not God because He didn’t say He was, even though He is God, would be like trying to justify Christmas is Jesus' birthday, when it really isn't.

There are people who bring false acquisitions against the Church of God, and make statements such as “It’s not what they said. It’s what they didn’t say.” What does that even mean? Does that even make any sense? Regardless, people who think and say senseless things like this, fail to believe in Christ Ahnsahnghong, not because of what He said, but because He didn’t say He was God.


If He Never Claimed to Be God, Why Do So Many People Believe In Him?

Now, the bigger question is this: If Christ Ahnsahnghong never claimed to be God, why do so many people (2.2 million, and growing, exponentially) all over the world (now in more than 170 countries, and expanding), believe that He is the Messiah that was to come to the earth a second time? The fact is, Christ Ahnsahnghong didn’t have to say He was God for people to believe in Him. When you understand Bible prophecy, and the requirements that needed to be met by the Second Coming Christ to fulfill those prophecies, you can find the fulfillment of all of them in the life of Christ Ahnsahnghong.


How Did Christ Ahnsahnghong Prove That He is God

At the end of the day, the only way we can know Who God is when He comes to the earth is through the scriptures (John 5:39). The Following Sources will help you to better understand why so many people in the whole world believe in Christ Ahnsahnghong and help answer many questions and correct the misunderstandings that you might have about Christ Ahnsahnghong.

How Can Ahnsahnghong Be the Christ?

How Did Ahnsahnghong Say He Was Christ?

Check out the World Mission Society Church of God online and learn the truth about Christ Ahnsahnghong from those who actually know Who He is and how to receive salvation.


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  1. liyali April 5, 2016 at 12:14 am - Reply

    This post makes it clear that it’s not by word, but by deed. Thanks for this!

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