The Next Five Years
Sun Myung Moon
May 26, 2008
Cheon Jeong Gung, Chung Pyung, Korea
This files contains the English translation of notes taken by the UC History Committee regarding what True Father said during Hoon Dok Hae. Thus, no part of this content should be used to quote or cite, or be regarded as a definitive rendering of what True Father said that day. (courtesy of cheonilguk.net)
About 120 participants took part in this morning’s Hoon Dok Hae at Cheon Jeong Gung. Most of the participants were from Jeonbuk region headed by Rev. Myung Hyu Lee.
Dr. Joon Ho Seuk read from the script True Parents delivered on May 1 during the Americas Summit held in America.
The following is a translation of the notes on True Father’s comments:
During the next five years, we must complete for sure a foundation in Korea upon which God can manifest Himself as the owner.
If this is not done I may have to leave Korea. Where I go will be known by those who pray.
Chapter fifteen of the Pyunghwa Hoongyeong is about the kingship of the true parent, true teacher, and true owner of the ideal of creation. The ideal of creation was not manifested through a kingship. Everything was negated due to the fall. Everything that was made a mess by the false parents throughout the thousands of years of history must be made right by the True Parents in a single generation. The deadline is January 13, 2013. That’s our Day. It goes down to whether Korea manifests its distinctiveness as the chosen race of becoming the providential fatherland of the world.
The first Israel failed to fulfill its responsibility thus leading to bloodshed. The crime of killing the True Parent cannot be forgiven.
At the final destination point in history, all this is being settled centering on Rev. Moon. The first ancestors of humanity caused the fall; thus restoration should be resolved by man. God cannot do this. Shouldering that responsibility, and burden of the fall of humanity, I have walked the path of the cross on the family level. Man was responsible for closing the gates to the fortress. Thus, heaven cannot open those gates. The son was responsible for this, thus the father cannot do it for him.
God raised me. I never put liquor to my lips even if I was at a bar. I would go there to meet and witness people who could be useful or those who hated the world as it was.
The Pyunghwa Hoongyeong must become the Pyunghwa Shingyeong.
Rev. Jeong Ok Yu concluded this day’s Hoon Dok Hae with a prayer.