WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THEY? is the groundbreaking and powerfully persuasive documentary featuring brave teachers, empowered parents, and front-line experts who pull back the curtain about what is truly happening in our public schools today.
See it in a theatre near you on March 14th.
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Can parents change? You should know that, through the ages of history, there has been no time when parents’ love was revolutionized. This means that no matter how many revolutions occur, love has to continue eternally because love is not something that can be revolutionized. Such parents, as subject partners of such love, need you absolutely. They need you uniquely, need you unchangingly, and need you eternally. (74-18, 1974.11.10)
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Heaven must be established from the family. Since Jesus couldn’t form a family, he could not enter heaven, but instead is in paradise. Paradise is like the waiting room you have to pass through before entering heaven. Hell came into existence because of the Fall. God did not create it from the beginning. (21-199, 1968.11.20)
The four-position foundation is the cornerstone of God’s Kingdom on earth and in heaven. One individual cannot establish it by himself. Accordingly, Jesus cannot establish it alone; the Holy Spirit must descend. (13-67, 1963.10.17)
3. Co-Teaching with God
This will be a time for you to bear testimony. Settle it therefore in your minds, not to meditate beforehand how to answer; for I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which none of your adversaries will be able to withstand or contradict
. Luke 21.13-15
I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth. So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth. He who plants and he who waters are equal, and each shall receive his wages according to his labor. For we are God’s fellow workers; you are God’s field.
1 Corinthians 3.6-8
He who sees through the eye tells proverbs.
Igala Proverb (African Traditional Religions)
To many it is not given to hear of the Self. Many, though they hear of it, do not understand it. Wonderful is he who speaks of it. Intelligent is he who learns of it. Blessed is he who, taught by a good teacher, is able to understand it.
The truth of the Self cannot be fully understood when taught by an ignorant man, for opinions regarding it, not founded in knowledge, vary one from another. Subtler than the subtlest is this Self, and beyond all logic. Taught by a teacher who knows the Self and Brahman as one, a man leaves vain theory behind and attains to truth…
Words cannot reveal Him. Mind cannot reach Him. Eyes do not see Him. How then can He be comprehended, save when taught by those seers who indeed have known Him?
Katha Upanishad 1.2.7-8; 2.6.12 (Hinduism)
Teachings of Rev. Sun Myung Moon
God is the true teacher, who teaches with true love. (203:237, June 26, 1990)
When you stand at the podium to teach, believe that God is standing beside you. When you lecture, speak representing Jesus and all the founders of religion, and represent the president of the nation and its people. Believe that through your teaching, you can bring your students to a place where they can live with God. (148:277, June 5, 1977)
Through a life of prayer you can feel indescribable joy, even the joy [of anticipation] that God felt in His heart prior to creating all things. If you have a sincere, dedicated prayer life, you can reach the spiritual state where you know, “This is it!” That is the very position in which God stood when He was creating all things. In that mystical state of creating through the Word, you should proclaim the Word. Then people will definitely be touched by the Word. (29:321, March 13, 1970)
Had there been no Human Fall, we would have had God as our best parent and best teacher. Since God is full of love and knowledge, who could teach anything better? Yet in this fallen world, Satan says, “Go to the best university! Find a lover!” to capture young people for himself. Does American-style love have anything to do with God?
God still wants to teach us two things: “I am your True Teacher, and I am your True Parent.” If we could only learn that, we would know everything. (102:233, January 1, 1979)