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If the person responsible for a nation
were captured by the enemy and then
given preferential treatment, his peo-
ple would scatter. If instead, he suffered
a miserable death his people would be
inspired to remain together. We can,
therefore, create unity with the spirit
world by going through difficulties. The
more we suffer, the more the spirit world
will relate to us and stand together with
If we just carry on in a casual way,
the spirit world will do the same. In this
sense, God unfolds His strategy through
Satan and He lets us suffer unrelentingly.
Sometimes He lets us get killed. Death
itself is pitiful, but the reaction creates
unity. (49-108, 1971.10.9)
In the original world, all elements
are connected, as the parts of a plant are
connected to the root. The sap, leaves,
and flowers growing from the same
roots will all be of the same strain. If
you can harmonize with the essential
elements coming from your roots, then,
when there is unity, there is nothing
extra you need to learn.
What Is God Going to Do with Exiled Humanity?
Rev. Sun Myung Moon
March 30, 1958
To allow people to avoid the time when they must cut off their relationship with everything, God has given the news of blessing. This is none other than the words of the New Testament, the Gospels that Jesus proclaimed. However, contained in those words was the amazing statement, “Love me more than anyone else.” Those words were intolerable at the time, but Jesus said them because he understood that people who walk the path of the heavenly principles must abandon all at once.
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