The Old Testament tells the tales of the Jewish Patriarchs and Prophets, beginning with Creation itself and ending with a curse from Malachi, the last of the Prophets of God. Furthermore, the Old Testament is the singular story of God’s relationship with His Chosen People and His promise of the coming of the Messiah, His Only Begotten Son, Jesus the Christ. Its Messianic prophecies could only be fulfilled in the books of the New Testament, the second Testament of the Holy Bible Trilogy.
The New Testament tells the Good News of the birth, ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth and the infancy of the Apostolic Christian Church. Moreover, the New Testament is the fulfillment of the Messianic prophecies of the Old Testament that could only be fulfilled with the coming of the Messiah, God’s Only Begotten Son, Jesus the Christ. But it is more than this. Its own Apocalyptic prophecies, by John of Patmos and Jesus of Nazareth Himself, could only be fulfilled in the books of the Next Testament, the third Testament of the Holy Bible Trilogy.
The Next Testament, on the surface, tells the stories of the infancy of the Apostolic Christian Church through to the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans. The Next Testament, in reality, is the fulfillment of the Apocalyptic prophecies of the New Testament, which are believed by the majority of Christians to be events to be fulfilled in our own time, but were, in fact, fulfilled through the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans in AD 70. Only in The Next Testament can you find the prophetic story Mysteriously left untold by the young Apostolic Church. The Word of God has been silent for two thousand years, but now, the Holy Spirit breaks this silence through the books of The Next Testament, being the third Testament of the Holy Bible Trilogy.