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The Pilgrim’s Tributes

Epochal March of Triumph on Siao-Ling river bed

During the wandering of the people of Zion, New Testament Church (NTC) saints from all over the world made pilgrimages to the prophet during the Lord’s feasts. The tributes they offered either had spiritual significances or were a specialty from their land to display their faith in the fulfillment of God’s will for Zion.

After the NTC returned to Zion in victory, saints formed an endless stream to Zion on the holy feasts. To celebrate, they would form the march of triumph and offer tributes on the holy mountain.

Specially selected tributes are displayed in the History Museum on Zion. These testify for God’s faithfulness and might.