The questions now are: who knows the new name? Is the new name, Jesus, Christ, Messiah, Saviour, Lamb of God or what? This is the mystery for the entire world to unravel. He has come with a new name that is different from the old ones by which He was known, called and addressed. Note that, if He were to answer any of His old names the whole world would have known Him. Do you think the new Jerusalem, which comes from heaven, is the one in Israel under dispute? Every person who reads this portion of the Bible should give a deep consideration to it. The third lesson is a statement made by God Himself.

Yet a little while, and the world seeth me no more; but ye see me because I live, ye shall live also. (John: 14:19)

Who are the ones referred to as those that would see Him no more? These are fornicators, liars, murderers, thieves, idolaters, smokers, snuffers, drunks and all those who live abominable lives as unbelievers. Consider this situation: if you had known a person and were familiar with him but suddenly he disappeared from your sight and consequently puts on a new name and looks, could you identify such a person? The person might even stand before you and converse with you, but because he had not introduced himself to you, you will not know and identify him. On the other hand, even if he introduced himself to you, you could still doubt him, because of his new name and new look. But all those who identify him and believe in him will be rejoicing with him. They will be enjoying his company and also reap the fruit accruing from such association. Those who disbelieve him will be missing both his company and his goodness. Though people may doubt the validity of such claims, the truth must prevail. Even in the law court, evidence tendered is enough to corroborate or give validity to the case in dispute. Similarly, there are now a multitude of witnesses testifying about the presence of God on earth. Those who continue to gaze into the sky expecting our Lord Jesus Christ to descend from there should pray fervently for themselves. Another part of the second lesson that is worthy of note is that which states:

Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God and he shall go no more out. (Revelation: 3:12)