Jesus Restored Adam’s Betrayal of God

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Parents exist for their children. If parents existed for their own sake, there would not have been the word parents. In the future, a view of ethics should be formed centering on the Principle of the Unification Church. Parents should live for the sake of their children. This is the first and foremost rule of ethics. It is self-explanatory. The position in which parents sacrifice for the sake of their children is not the place of misery, but the place of happiness. (62-214, 1972.9.25)

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Presbyterianism teaches that God became the judge of righteousness, predestines people’s fate, and then saves them. Does that make any sense at all? It is utterly misleading. I have found that God is not like that. If God had predestined people to go to heaven and hell from their birth, what kind of God of goodness is that? It would not make sense logically. It has to fit logic to become common sense. There is no truth that goes against common sense.

Original Substance of the Divine Principle

The Principle of Restoration

The Worldwide Course for the Restoration of Canaan Centering on Jesus

We should learn the following from the course of Jesus:

  1. God’s predestination of His Will is absolute; His
    predestination of human beings is relative.
  2. The greater a person’s mission, the greater the test he
    will confront.
    i. Adam betrayed God – Jesus was abandoned by God to restore this
    through indemnity.
    ii. Restoration through indemnity was achieved when Jesus dealt with
    being abandoned by God (the temptation in the wilderness, the passion
    of the cross).
  3. Jesus loved and died for God and God’s will, even while
    on the Cross.
  4. Everything is Decided in an Instant.
    The Relationship between each instant and our entire life. The sum of what we do in each moment and each day becomes the totality of our lives.

See slides 22 and 23 below:

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