We must reorganize ourselves

We must reorganize ourselves

Sun Myung Moon
February 11, 2008
Translation of notes taken by the Unification Church History Committee

Mrs. Wonju McDevitt reads chapter fifteen from the Pyeonghwa Hoongyeong.

Summary of True Father’s message:

We have entered a new era and thus must reorganize ourselves. We are at an important time where we have to decide how to build an education system at the center of this renewal of heaven and earth.

If possible it is best for you to come here with your spouses and children. We should set a tradition of having at least three people from a family to attend Hoon Dok Hae. It should always be a four-position-foundation.

No matter how vast an area may be there is but a single center. The world of the mind (conscience) transcends time and space. You can move anywhere in an instant. If you work on uniting your mind and body you will immediately know about the affairs in any part of the world. You would see that God’s will is expanding more so than the satanic world. You have to understand the circumstances in the providential era. Only then can you overcome the realm of death and go close to God’s throne in heaven. Everything is connected from that single point. The perfection of the ideal of creation is the perfection of the realm of the three generations.

Father then asked Rev. Jung Rho Yun to give a testimony. Rev. Yun talked about how he served as the director of the ‘Witnessing Department’ at the Korean headquarters and later the sub-regional director of the Headquarters Church. He talked about how he went to Jardim in Brazil and served as the director of the training center and in 2003 returned to Korea with the formation of the Family Party, under True Parents’ direction.

Following Rev. Yun’s report, Father asked Rev. Young Seok Song to give a testimony. Rev. Song talked about how he foresaw the day when the church would begin political activities in Korea. He also talked about the devotion and commitment of the Japanese members that he saw firsthand in Japan, emphasizing that there was much we could learn from the members in Japan. Rev. Song sang and prayed concluding the Hoon Dok Hae.