God is called Jehovah and also Jesus. Revelation prophesies that name of God will be the Almighty when the Lord returns. So, what's the significance of the name of God?"
It can be seen from God’s words that in the last days, when God comes to do His work, He will no longer be called Jehovah, nor Jesus, but instead He will be called Almighty God. This fulfills what was prophesied in Revelation 3:12, “Him that overcomes will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write on him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which comes down out of heaven from my God: and I will write on him my new name.” This verse shows that with His new name, God will make a group of overcomers in the last days. With the name “Almighty God,” God ends the Age of Grace and initiates the Age of Kingdom. Replete with the disposition of righteousness, majesty and wrath, God comes to do the work of judgment in the last days. He expresses words to judge and cleanse men’s corrupt disposition, to save us from Satan’s influence of darkness completely, and to bring us into the beautiful destination. When God’s great project is completed, His work of 6,000 years of management will come to an end.
Through the fellowship of the brothers and sisters, I had much clearer understanding of the meaning of God’s name in each age and my heart was even more enlightened. Afterward, I studied the Bible and found that actually the Bible has long ago prophesied that God’s name in the last days is Almighty God. For example, Revelation 1:8 says, “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, said the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.”
In late 2016, my wife accepted the kingdom gospel of Almighty God and the sisters from The Church of Almighty God (CAG) always came to gather in our home. One day, the sisters bore witness to God’s work in the last days for me, and I listened to their fellowship without thinking too much because I regarded them as believers in the Lord at the beginning. However, when I realized their fellowship was different from what I heard in my church and that they also said the Lord Jesus had come as Almighty God, I was unhappy to hear that, so I just sat there out of courtesy but was unwilling to continue listening in my heart. It happened that it was time to pick up our child from school, and thereupon I used it as an excuse and was ready to go out. Seeing this, a sister asked me, “Brother, what do you think about the Lord’s return? Do you believe the Lord has returned?