Those in the spirit world must return

Those in the spirit world must return

Sun Myung Moon
January 15, 2007
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Jeong Gung Museum
Translation by Kunduk Koh of unofficial notes taken by the Unification Church History Compilation Committee

The following is a summary of what Father said that day:

The people who went to the spirit world must all return. To do so they need a partner. Many thought they had faith but they found (the spirit world) to be different from what they thought.

The Unification Church has done many things. It would have been good if it was done simply but the world is not simple. History is not simple. It has developed while going up and down. Without an ideological flow connecting its development everything would be separated. Not a single segment of what True Parents did in their lifetime should be cut out. If it is, history cannot be connected. That is why I had to do many things.

The people from Gangwon-do who came here today are very fortunate. Gangwon-do must prepare Yongpyong for the winter Olympics. Gangwon-do should not work alone. Korea should be taking this matter into its hands.

The teaching of the Unification Church is simple, yet it is global in what it touches. ‘How to put forth something global centering on a global relationship?’ This became the final destination from the outlook on providential history.

A lot of foundations have been made now. Once we do the 12,000 rally, many things will happen. Each and every single part that was promoted during my lifetime will manifest itself as a whole.

All this becomes connected together because there is a motive and history enabling this to happen. You have to know how tremendous it is to be able to leave something behind in this world and in providential history within a single generation.

(True Father then has Rev. Pak Won-geun give a report on ambassadors for peace activities in Wonju, Gangwon-do. Rev. Park gives a report and then sings a song. Father then asks the Japanese sisters to sing the ‘Boat Song’ and also had other leaders sing songs.)