Cheon Seong Gyeong 2268
The Bible teaches that God is our
Father. It refers to Jesus as God’s only
begotten son and to Jesus’ followers as his
brides as well as his siblings. As it reveals
content in which everything exists with-
in a framework of God’s family centered
on His love, it is a doctrine that builds
His family and teaches the duties of that
family that will allow God’s son to rest
within it. (195-195, 1989.11.15)
Richard: The ideology and teaching of Rev. Moon, the Exposition of the Divine Principle (https://tparents.org/Library/Unification/Books/DP06/0-Toc.htm) and The Eight Great Textbooks of Holy Scripture: (http://visionroot.org/resources/the-eight-books-of-holy-scripture/) are the fulfillment of the teaching of Jesus.
Cheon Seong Gyeong 1668
Everything in the world was creat-
ed by God as the textbook to help His
beloved children attain the ideal of love.
Thus, it was created with a recipro-
cal structure. Minerals exhibit subject-
object interaction, as do protons and
electrons in the case of the atom. Noth-
ing can continue in existence without
engaging in action and motion. Thus,
with human beings as the center, the
universe is created to reach that central
point. (137-59, 1985.12.18)
My New Self and the Heaven Where My New Self Can Dwell
Sun Myung Moon
June 14, 1959
Jesus was born on this earth as a totally new being in human history. However, he lived a miserable life.
For whom did Jesus live? He did not live for himself. It was not because he did not have pride. Although he was persecuted, he had within himself the power of life and ideology and the power of intense love. We should know that he lived without fully spreading his authority of life, ideology and love. For whom did Jesus live? He lived for his miserable people. The resurrected Jesus has toiled until today to resurrect our dead existence by his living substance. That has been the historical course of the two thousand years since his death. For whom did he live his thirty odd years? It was not for himself but for God and fallen humanity.
For that matter, for who did God toil? God has never lived for Himself. He lived to save the people who had died because of the fall.
What kind of days are the last days? Since Jesus did not live for himself, humanity has to offer a time when Jesus can live for himself. Since God also has not lived for Himself, humanity also has to establish a time when God can live for Himself. The last days are such a time.
God could not live for Himself until today because He had to save the dead people who had inherited the fallen lineage. Jesus could not live for himself during the two-thousand-year history. Holding onto humanity in the realm of death, God has been working six thousand years to save them and to restore a new day.
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