Earthly Life And Spirit World II

Section 2. Christ At The Second Advent And The Spiritual World

The Coming Lord will come from the far end of the Earth. You should say something like this: "I have come to this society as a servant of servants. You should become a servant of servants to society." You should tell people: "Serve others!" Because the spirit world and the physical were split from each other, people in the spiritual world must begin at the lowest point and progress toward the highest. (93-42)

Christ at the Second Advent must come as the ancestor not only of the Third Israel but also of the First Israel and Second Israel. Our members must go beyond a point where you experience doubts similar to those experienced by the First Israel of Jesus' time. Then, through the Father's heart, you can occupy the position of a child who is in the deepest heart of the Father.

Christ at the Second Advent must be able to resolve the problems of the spiritual world. By doing this, he will be able to begin his work on the foundation where the First Israel was established. People in the spiritual world have not been able to form a bond with True Parents, so they must go through this course. The archetypes of the twelve tribes already exist in the spirit world. However, Christianity, which had to become the Second Israel, lost the center by which it could organize itself into tribes. Thus, Christ at the Second Advent must proclaim the ideology of unification and organize tribes. (10-218)

If Adam and Eve themselves had fulfilled their love centering on God and then gone to the spiritual world, who would be the father! God has no shape or substance. Even in the spirit world, you cannot see Him. The reason that God created Adam centering on love is that this created world around us has form. For that reason, God has to become a Father who possesses form.

As a result of God becoming a Father possessing form, that which is invisible and that which is visible are united into one. This, in turn, symbolizes the unity of the universe. Thus, God created Adam and Eve so that He could take on form. So, what is the decisive element in His taking on form? This can only be love. Adam and Eve came into the world with an appearance such that they could have a form resembling God's hyung-sang aspect.

Thus, the features of Adam and Eve would have been elevated to the palace and the throne of the Kingdom of Heaven. God would have then dwelled within the hearts of this king and queen, and from there He would have ruled over the physical world and the invisible world. This would have created God's kingdom. What kind of kingdom would this be? It would be a kingdom of love. Do you understand? A kingdom of love. Isn't that so? Only love can bring spirit and flesh together. It won't work with anything else. (143-93)

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