The Words of Hyung Jin Moon From 2010
The following is information from the
web site Unificationism regarding the 21-Day Special Workshop.
On the 4th day of the workshop, after the Cheon Bok Ceremony and Hoon Dok Hae, Rev. Sun Jo Hwang gave his lecture to the participants. The following is the basic content of his lecture:
In a nutshell, 2010 is 'the Opening of the era of the heavenly calendar and the proclamation of the establishment of the True Parents of Heaven, Earth and Humankind'. True Father went through the course of indemnity as the Messiah, True Parents, Parents of Heaven and Earth, King of the Blessed families, Parents of Heaven, Earth and Humankind, and the King of Peace, and they are concluding their responsibility as the True Parents of Heaven, Earth, and Humankind.
On the victory of the establishment of the True Parents of Heaven, Earth, and Humankind, firstly God is liberated, secondly God's homeland is decided, thirdly all the Blessed families in the world will be registered in Korea, and fourthly they need to become Tribal Messiahs, which will eventually create the heavenly sovereignty by uniting Abel UN that represents religions and Cain UN that represents politics and economy."
During his lecture, children had a different program in which they learned True Father's birth and episodes of his childhood.
Hyung Jin Nim said in his speech that day that he had called True Father after the Service of Healing by the Holy Spirit (which takes place every night), and found out that True Parents already started Hoon Dok Hae at 3:30 a.m. that day in Las Vegas. When he asked True Father if he felt the spiritual wave they sent from Korea, Father said, "I felt the love from all of you."
Hyung Jin Nim also said some participants already cured their physical problems through the Service of Healing by the Holy Spirit, in which they repeat saying "True Parents, Eok Manse." Some received the Holy Spirit on their throats and waists and others received spiritual waves as if fire entered their whole bodies. Hyung Jin Nim emphasized that the results of the service depended on one's attitude towards the service.