It matters

As I Can See

It matters who we are. It does matter. We are who we think we are. Our deeds are imperfect, however no-one can judges us, since nobody is a completed person, only our Heavenly Parent and His true sons and daughters have a perfected character. We cannot claim we are like Jesus, if we really look at our thoughts, emotions, feelings, attitude, viewpoint and what we do, how we talk, we cannot compare ourselves for saying we are the Savior. Our happiness, the joyful time passes with the time, showing our imperfection. And yet, humbleness is not slavery. We are destined to resemble to God, our Heavenly Parent. Paths we choose depend on us, taking longer or shorter time of our life. At the end, we will all arrive to the bosom of God. Eternal happiness, eternal joy, eternal love – eternal life. It matters who we are, it does. Everything…

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God’s Hope for Man

As I Can See

Reverend Sun Myung Moon

Ladies and gentlemen, first of all I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation for your coming tonight. I thank God for this opportunity because I have been looking forward to visiting this city and meeting all of you.

Because we speak different languages, even though I can speak, from your standpoint I am dumb. And from my standpoint, even though you can hear, you are deaf. In order to correct this dumbness and deafness, we need the man standing next to me as my interpreter. However, as you know interpretation from one language to another is not an easy task. So this man beside me really needs your sympathetic understanding.

My topic tonight is “God’s Hope For Man.” This subject is vast in nature and rather complicated in content. I will try my best to stay on the central point of my topic.

If there…

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