The Prayers Of Reverend Sun Myung Moon Volume 1

Please Allow Us To Become Filial Children Who Comfort You, Father

Sun Myung Moon
May 16, 1956

Today even if we see something evil we don't sense anything, and today with hearts that are unrighteous and incomplete and frozen by suffering while facing the will of heavenly fortune, we are unable to feel our responsibility. We have been people who have not experienced heartbreak penetrated by sorrow and have not had minds to cast aside the enemy, and we have been people who have not been able to bring results in battle, or to believe in the Almighty God. We did not know the filial devotion of Jesus Christ in relation to heaven.

Your will to raise up Jesus Christ and to be proud of him has passed through history through the disciples and connected to us today. Please let us know that you are hoping that your Will shall bear fruit through us. And please allow us to realize that today, in addition to the joy of having received life, we also have a central responsibility which can be welcomed by myriads of saints.

Now please allow us to become sacrifices to resolve the enmity of heaven and earth, of all things of creation, and of Jesus Christ. And we earnestly hope and desire, Father, that you will allow us to become children with filial hearts who devote ourselves heart and soul.

Father! Please allow us to realize that today it is each one of us and all of us together who have the responsibility to resolve the grief of heaven, and we are in a situation where it is through ourselves that we must bring to an end the battle to resolve the enmity of heaven. Since we have realized this, please allow us to have minds which seek to accomplish more than anyone else, minds which are able to be grateful to you alone, Father.

Please allow us to be grateful even if we are carrying a cross, and please don't allow us to become unmanly fellows in front of you, Father, even if we fight with billions of satans. Please lead us to become children who can say, "Father, I'm here, so don't worry," even if we are carrying a cross and standing in a difficult position. We earnestly hope that you will allow us to become children who are able to offer comfort to our Father who is in sorrow over seeing his children in difficult situations. We have prayed all these things in the name of the Lord. Amen.

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