Here is a post from the site Shinchonji Unmasked. Please take a moment to read it.
Quote from the article:
“…why is it that when there is a clear testimony about the fulfillment of Revelation, Christians are the first to cry “cult” and the slowest to react? It is almost as if people do not want Revelation to be fulfilled, or like they do not want Jesus to return unless it’s on their own terms, at the time they view as realistic. This is not the correct attitude to have towards God’s word. Who are we to place our narrow-minded, human thoughts on God’s master plan?”
“If you think you are prepared for the second coming, ask yourself these questions. Can you list seven prophecies about events that are supposed to happen prior to Jesus’ return? Can you list them in the order they will be fulfilled according to scriptures? Can you say with assured-ness as to which prophecies have already happened and are yet to happen? Wouldn’t it be nice to know? Wouldn’t it be important to know, so that we can obey Jesus’ command to be “always on the watch, and pray that you may be able to escape all that is about to happen, and that you may be able to stand before the Son of Man” (Lk 21:36).”