The Providence Moves According To Its Program – Hoon Dok Hae at Cheon Jeong Gung
Sun Myung Moon
August 13, 2007
Translation of notes taken by the UC History Compilation Committee
Summary of Father’s words:
The Providence moves according to its program. Now is the era wherein we must take responsibility for our tribes.
If you are a Moon, you must live your whole life with the surname Moon. As can be seen, your signboard cannot be separated from you.
The degree of your connection to Pyunghwa Hoongyeong determines your status in the heavenly world. You should read Pyunghwa Hoongyeong many times and practice it.
You should compare your life with the words of this book (Hoon Dok Scriptures). As you continue to read, you will be able to find out whether you are a ‘ghost’, or a certain type of a person. A ghost is nothing else but a person who disrupts the order of the environment.
The words I speak are filled with things you cannot understand. If the way to open your life lies in these words, why can’t you read them and follow them? If it were me, I would have memorized them in an instant. You don’t read them because you think they are lies.
There is not one domain in the world that I have not laid my hands on. Development is brought about when one lays down the foundation and moves it to someplace better.
A prison is a place where, if you have entered it with a grudging mind, you are to work it off. Nothing sets apart a saint from an ordinary person except his determination. St. Augustine used to be a ‘rascal’. However, his determination was different. He thought only what was good, and suffered for others.
Though I have studied the words of Confucius, I have not committed them to memory. I only criticize them. I work out whether he spoke the words on the verge of death, or when he was recognized by others. If you live with greed in your heart, nothing remains in it. Nothing becomes the seed. You need to live with the Will in your heart.
I intend to call back those people (church leaders) who were sent out to Japan. The young people who are working on the scene will be sent abroad and trained. What would come of it if they are all left as they are?