The 7 Sealed Thunders and Rev. Moon

The Lamp that “Burned and Shined”: Part IV, Moses and the National Level at the 5th Sealed Thunder of Rev. Moon Revealed

7 Sealed Thunders Part IV

Revealing the Unknown Reality of Rev. Moon’s Role 

written in the Gospel and the Revelation of my Father : Part IV

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The National Level of Moses 

My Father's Servant John: the Messenger of my Father Jesus; of that Day which comes as a Thief in the Night

My Father’s Servant John: the Messenger of my Father Jesus; of that Day which comes as a Thief in the Night

"Our little Sister hath no Breasts"

“Our little Sister hath no Breasts”

The Destiny of Sister Princess Maria Faustina of Poland

The Destiny of Sister Princess Maria Faustina of Poland

The Fifth Sealed Thunder

followed by

the Fifth Voice of Woe;

The Fifth Failure of

The Providence of Salvation

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

As it is written, Revelation 10:4 

“…. Seal up those things
which the seven thunders uttered,
and write them not  …..”
The "12 Gates of Heaven" emblem; the Seall of the Mission of Rev. Moon

The “12 Gates of Heaven” symbol; the Unsealing of the Seal of John: the Mission of Rev. Moon

Revelation 10:1-4 

1:   And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire:

2:   And he had in his hand a little book open : and he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth,

3And cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth : and when he had cried , seven thunders uttered their voices.

4:  And when the seven thunders had uttered their voices, I was about to write : and I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me,

“….Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered, and write them not…..”

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And why was John not to be allowed to write down the 7 voices of the 7 thunders???

Because that was for someone else to reveal, namely; Reverend Sun Myung Moon, as his portion of responsibility in restoring the position of Elijah held by John the Baptist.

Elijah was the Day Star ( seen as John: the Baptist ), of the Sun of Righteousness ( seen as Jesus: the Son of Man), seen as the two positions of Messenger and Messiah  first shown by Malachi, and later the position of the Messenger was restored by the Ascending Angel of Maitreya: Philip Sobul Love, at God’s Day, 2015
Philip came to this position after being given the Seal of Jehovah, and in  which I initiated him into the Seal of the Living God about Mary and Jehovah, as the Holy Spirit of God seen by John in the form of the Dove at the Jordan, as that Sign he was given about the Messiah being the one on whom the Dove would STAY at the Baptism.
This Divine Celestial Male Dove as “Jah” was that same one which united with Mary when she was transformed into the form of a Dove as ‘Zion”. Thus Jah was later seen by John as he came down on my Father at the Jordan, in my Father’s Baptism unto his Death.
This was all revealed to me by the Angel in 1986 in the House of Ruth, my grandmother; the Owl of Athena known as Sophia; as concerning the restoring and reversing of the mistakes the Unification Church made following Rev. Moon, who also repeated the exact pattern of the fall of John the Baptist quite tragically, and thus ended being “cut asunder” even as John was.
The Mystery of God is thus how that holy thing the Lamb was created by God, to become the Son of the God; which Philip Love then restored after having tied on the Khata of World Renunciation and Eternal Chastity, then Ascending to finally reach his position of understanding as “…an Angel standing in the Sun…”, that Sun being the “Sun of Righteousness” as the Son of man; written of in Revelation 19:17, and even now inviting all humanity to partake of the Supper of the Great God.
The scribe of Rev. Moon. Mrs. Young Oon Kim, perpetrator of the Doctrine of "Allowable" Adultery, and the marriage of Jesus to his Father, the Holy Spirit of God: Jehovah This is seen in her book "Unification Theology and Christian Thought"

The scribe of Rev. Moon. Mrs. Young Oon Kim, perpetrator of the Doctrine of “Allowable” Adultery, and the marriage of Jesus to his Father, the Holy Spirit of God: Jehovah
This is seen in her book “Unification Theology and Christian Thought

Few in America or the World know that Rev. Moon came to America in  1965 as
St. John the Baptist reborn, carrying out the Third Advent of Elijah …..
".....No man is clever enough to realize to the full all the evil he does....." de la Rochefoucauld

“…..No man is clever enough to realize to the full all the evil he does…..” de la Rochefoucauld

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The Fifth lord of Restoration: Moses

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Rev. Moon and the Fifth Sealed Thunder:

This Fifth Thunder can be found in the book ”Divine Principle” 

on pages 297 to 338

SECTION II –  THE PROVIDENCE OF RESTORATION CENTERING ON MOSES

1. THE GENERAL VIEW OF THE PROVIDENCE OF RESTORATION CENTERING ON MOSES

The providence of restoration centering on Moses was to be accomplished on the foundation to receive the Messiah, which had already been established in the providence of restoration centering on Abraham. However, Moses was no exception to the principle of restoration in that he had to build the foundation to receive the Messiah after having restored through indemnity both the foundation of faith and the foundation of substance. Since the central figures in charge of the providence changed, the new persons could not fulfill the will of the providence of restoration without carrying out their own portions of responsibility. Besides, the scope of the providence was broadened from the family level to the national level. However, in the providence of restoration centering on Moses as shown by the following records, the contents of the condition of indemnity for the establishment of this foundation were changed greatly, compared with the previous ones.

(1) The Foundation of Faith

 (i) The Central Figure to Restore the Foundation of Faith

Moses was the central figure to restore the foundation of faith in the course of the Israelites’s returning to the blessed land of Canaan after the 400 years of slavery in Egypt which had come about due to Abraham’s failure in the symbolic offering. Before knowing how Moses established the foundation of faith, we must first know in what respects Moses was different from other personages, such as Adam, Noah or Abraham, who had been trying to restore the foundation of faith in the providential course before Moses.

First we should know that Moses was in the place of God, substituting for God Himself. Therefore, God told Moses that he should be as God to Aaron, the prophet of the Israelites (Ex. 4:16). Again, God told Moses that He would make him a God to Pharaoh (Ex. 7:1).

Second, Moses was the model for Jesus, who was to come in the future. As discussed above, God made Moses as God before Aaron and Pharaoh. However, since Jesus is God in the flesh, the expression that “God made Moses as God” signifies that God set him up to walk the course that Jesus was to later walk. In this manner, Moses was the model for Jesus and pioneered the way for Jesus, just as John the Baptist had to make straight the way of Jesus (John 1:23). Let us now study how Moses walked this course.

(   Of course the problem here is that Rev. Moon goes on to say later that “John the Baptist was in the position of Moses”. But here he says Moses prefigures Jesus. How can he have it both ways???  Easy; no one ever challenged him.  John was in the position of Aaron as being Jesus’ “holy one” or his personal prophet and priest as the Messenger; as his mother Elisabeth was descended from Aaron another fact Rev. Moon decided to omit.  We could say John was in the position of Messiah as the Messenger until the Messiah arrived; but Moses was never the Messiah; but called himself a Servant; as Jesus alone was called the Son of God, as Gabriel testified.  )

Moses, as a descendant of Jacob, who had established the foundation to receive the Messiah, was not only the central personage for restoration, but also the one who walked figuratively the model course of Jacob which Jesus was to walk later. Moses was also standing on the foundation established by Joseph in the course of Jacob’s family’s entry into Egypt.

Joseph was another model for Jesus. Joseph was the son born of Rachel, who was Jacob’s wife on the Heavenly side, and was the younger brother to the sons of Leah. Joseph, who was in the position of Abel, barely escaped death when his elder brothers, who were in Cain’s position, plotted to kill him. However, he was sold to a merchant; he went into Egypt ahead of all. He became the prime minister of the country at the age of 30. Then his brothers and his parents came to Egypt and bowed before him (in surrender) just as heaven had instructed in his childhood (Gen. 37:5-11). On that foundation in the providential course, the Israelites’ course of slavery in Egypt for the separation from Satan began. This course of Joseph foreshadowed that Jesus would come later to the Satanic world, and, after becoming the King of Kings at the age of 30, through the way of suffering, he would subjugate the whole of mankind, including his forefathers, and separate them from the Satanic world, thus restoring them all to the Heavenly side. Thus Joseph’s whole life was the very model for the path of Jesus.

On the other hand, Moses’ birth, growth and death were also the model for what Jesus was to go through. Moses at birth was on the verge of being killed by Pharaoh. After his mother raised him in concealment, he went into Pharaoh’s palace and was brought up safely among his foes. In like manner, Jesus also was at the point of being killed by King Herod. After his mother took him into Egypt and raised him in concealment, he was brought back into the dominion of King Herod and was brought up in safety even among his foes. Further, nobody knew the whereabouts of Moses’ body after his death (Deut. 34:6). This, too, was the pattern for what was going to happen to Jesus’ body.

Furthermore, Moses’ course of restoration into Canaan on the national level was the true model for the worldwide course of restoration into Canaan, which Jesus was going to walk later. We can well understand that Moses was thus the model for Jesus from Biblical passages, which say:

I will raise up for them a prophet like you from among their brethren…and whoever will not give heed to my words which he shall speak in my name, I myself will require it of him.

(Deut. 18:18-19)

Again, the Bible says (John 5:19) that Jesus can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees the Father doing. This also signifies that God had already shown through Moses what Jesus was going to do in the future.

 (ii) Conditional Objects to Restore the Foundation of Faith

Moses, as discussed above, was standing in a position different from that of the other central figures who had restored the foundation of faith in the providential course before him. Therefore, Moses could restore through indemnity the foundation of faith, merely by having established the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan, centering on God’s words, even without offering the symbolic sacrifice as Abel, Noah, or Abraham did.

First, Moses stood on the foundation of having completed the providence through symbolic offerings established by Abel’s, Noah’s and Isaac’s having succeeded three times in the symbolic offerings.

Second, the offering was the conditional object which was set up in place of the words, because fallen men became unable to receive God’s words directly. At the time of Moses, the symbolic offering for the foundation of faith became unnecessary. Because the providential period for the foundation of restoration (pre-Abramic age), in which the foundation of faith was restored by setting up the offering as the conditional object, had passed into the providential age of restoration (Old Testament Age) in which man could receive God’s Word directly.

Third, since the providence centering on Adam’s family had been prolonged on and on, conditions had to be set up to restore through indemnity the providential age which had been thus prolonged due to the invasion of Satan. In order for Noah to establish the foundation of faith through the ark, the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan became necessary. Abraham, too, could offer the symbolic sacrifice to establish the foundation of faith only after he had placed himself on the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan, having restored through indemnity the 400-year period. The Israelite nation suffered 400 years of slavery in Egypt in order to restore through indemnity the foundation of faith invaded by Satan due to Abraham’s failure in the offering, by restoring through indemnity the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan.

Thus, in the providential age of restoration, the foundation of faith was supposed to be restored if one could stand, centering on God’s Word in place of offerings, on the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan.

 (2) The Foundation of Substance

In the providential age for the foundation of restoration, God operated His providence of establishing the foundation of substance on the family level. However, in the providential age of restoration, God worked His providence of establishing the foundation of substance on the national level. Meanwhile, Moses, who was to restore the foundation of faith on the national level, was in the position of Jesus because he was the substitute for God (Ex. 4:16, 7:1). For that reason, Moses was in the position of parent (father) to the Israelite nation. Moses was also in the position of child to Jesus, as a prophet with the mission of pioneering the way of Jesus. Therefore, he was also able to stand in the position of Abel, as the central figure to establish the foundation of substance on the national level.

Abel could establish his own position for the substantial offering along with the foundation of faith, which Adam should have established, by being successful in his offering, because Abel offered sacrifices from the position of a parent (father) in place of Adam. According to the same principle, Moses, being in the position of both parent and child at the same time, could establish the position of Abel (who was to offer the substantial offering) from the position of a child, if and when he had restored through indemnity the foundation of faith from the position of a parent.

In this way, after Moses had established the position of Abel, if the Israelites had set up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature, through Moses, from the position of Cain, the foundation of substance on the national level would have been established.

 (3) The Foundation to Receive the Messiah

If and when Moses had restored through indemnity the foundation of faith on the national level and the Israelites, centering on Moses, had restored through indemnity the foundation of substance on the national level, that would have become the foundation on the national level to receive the Messiah.

If the Israelites, on that foundation, had received the Messiah, removed the original sin through rebirth, and restored the original nature endowed at the creation by becoming one body with God in heart and feeling, they would have been able to become “perfected substantial individuals”.

2. THE COURSE OF RESTORATION OF CANAAN ON THE NATIONAL LEVEL CENTERING ON MOSES

Moses’ course of returning to Canaan, the land of God’s promise, by leading the chosen nation of the Israelites out of Egypt, the Satanic world, with miracles and signs, and then leading them across the Red Sea and detouring through the wilderness was a veritable foreshadowing of Jesus’ way. Jesus was going to restore Eden in the original form of creation, as God promised, by leading the Christians, the Second Israelites, out of the sinful world with miracles and signs and by leading them across the troubled sea of the sinful world and detouring through the desert without the water of life.

Just as the course of restoration of Canaan on the national level centering on Moses had been prolonged three times due to the disbelief of the Israelites, the course of the restoration of Canaan on the worldwide level centering on Jesus was also prolonged three times due to the disbelief of the Jewish people.

Let us avoid complicated explanations and detailed comparisons between Moses’ course and that of Jesus. Their relationship will be clarified by comparing this section with the next.

(1) The First Course of Restoration into Canaan on the National Level

 (i) The Foundation of Faith

The period of indemnity on the national level, which had been brought about due to Abraham’s failure in the symbolic offering, ended in the Israelites suffering slavery in Egypt for 400 years. Then, in order for Moses to become the central figure to restore the foundation of faith, he had to establish the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan by indemnifying again, on the individual level, the 400 years which was the period of indemnity on the national level.

For this purpose, Moses had to spend 40 years in the palace of Pharaoh, the center of the Satanic world, in order to restore through indemnity the number 40, which Adam, before the fall, had to set up for the foundation of faith (cf. Part II, Ch. 3, Sec. II, 4–381).

Moses put an end to his 400-year period in Pharaoh’s palace where he received an education from his own mother, hired in the palace as his nurse unknown to anyone. This education encouraged his strong consciousness of Israel as God’s elect. With unchanging loyalty and fidelity to the lineage of the chosen nation, he left the palace, preferring to suffering with God’s people rather than to enjoy the sinful ephemeral pleasure of Pharaoh’s house (Heb. 11:24-25). In this way, Moses could restore through indemnity the foundation of faith, having established the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan through his 40 years of life in Pharaoh’s palace.

(ii) The Foundation of Substance

Moses came to establish Abel’s position in setting up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature as already discussed above, at the same time as he established the foundation of faith.

The Israelites, who were in Cain’s position, should have obeyed with faith and surrendered to Moses, who was in the position of Abel as their parent and at the same time as a child. By inheriting God’s will from Moses, they should have multiplied goodness. Then, they could have restored through indemnity the foundation of substance on the national level, having set up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature. The period in which the Israelites thus left Egypt, following Moses, and returned to Canaan became also the period for them to establish the foundation of substance.

With Moses’ act of killing an Egyptian, God commenced the “providence for the start”. Moses, seeing that his brethren were ill-treated by the Egyptian, could not restrain his fervent love for his brethren; he killed the Egyptian (Ex. 2:12). In fact, this was the expression of God’s heartfelt resentment when He saw the misery of His people (Ex. 3:7). Whether or not the Israelites became one, centering on such a leader as Moses, was to decide whether or not they could successfully start the course of restoration into Canaan, traversing the desert under Moses’ leadership.

The reason that Moses, who had been chosen by God, had to kill the Egyptian was that, through the archangel’s act in causing the first human ancestors to fall and by Cain’s killing Abel, Satan had formed the sinful history of mankind from the position of the eldest son. Therefore, unless the Heavenly side could set up the condition to restore through indemnity by smiting the Satanic side, which was in the position of the eldest, it could not start the course of restoration into Canaan. Also it was to have Moses cut off his attachment to Pharaoh’s palace and to place him in a situation in which he was unable to return, while, at the same time, it was to make the Israelites trust Moses by showing them his patriotism. It was for this same reason that God smote all the first-born men and cattle of the Egyptians in the second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level.

If the Israelites, upon witnessing, such an act of Moses, had been deeply touched by his patriotism with the same heart as God’s, and if they had respected him, trusted him, served him and followed him with more ardor, they could have entered the blessed land of Canaan through the direct route by the land of the Philistines, without having to cross the Red Sea or to make a detour by way of the wilderness of Sinai, centering on Moses, who led them as God. They could have established the foundation of substance then and there. Again, this would have become the 21-day course restoring Jacob’s 21-year course in Haran. It is recorded (Ex. 13:17):

When Pharaoh let the people go, God did not lead them by way of the land of the Philistines, although that was near; for God said, “Lest the people repent when they see war, and return to Egypt.”.

From this we understand that God intended to have the people go the first course of restoration into Canaan on the national level through the direct way of the Philistines. But due to the Israelites’ distrust of Moses, this course was annulled even before it started. At the time of the second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level, God led them across the Red Sea and through the wilderness, lest they should return to Egypt on the way of restoration into Canaan due to their disbelief.

(iii) The Failure in the First course of Restoration into Canaan on the National Level

If the Israelites, who were in the position of Cain, had entered the land of Canaan by obeying and surrendering to Moses, who was in the position of Abel, they would have set up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature and establish then the foundation of substance. However, when they saw Moses kill the Egyptian, they misunderstood him and badly publicized the fact. Pharaoh, hearing it, sought to kill Moses (Ex. 2:15). Then, Moses was compelled to escape from Pharaoh and, leaving the Israelites, fled to the wilderness of Midian. Naturally, the foundation of substance was not established and the Israelites; course of restoration into Canaan, centering on Moses, was prolonged to a second and eventually a third time.

(2) The Second Course of Restoration into Canaan on the National Level

(i) The Foundation of Faith

Due to the failure of the “first course of restoration into Canaan on the national level” caused by the disbelief of the Israelites, Moses’ 40-year period in Pharaoh’s palace, which he had set up as his foundation of faith, was invaded by Satan. Therefore, in order for Moses to start the second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level, he had to set up again the period to restore through indemnity his 40-year period of life in Pharaoh’s palace, which had been annulled by Satanic invasion, and then had to restore the foundation of faith. The purpose of Moses’ 40 years in the wilderness of Midian, after he escaped from Pharaoh, lay here. During this 40-year period of the Israelite nation also led a miserable life due to their disbelief of Moses.

Moses again established the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan through his 40 years in the wilderness of Midian; thus, he could restore the foundation of faith for the second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level. Therefore, God appeared before Moses and said:

I have seen the affliction of my people who are in Egypt, and have heard their cry because of their taskmasters; I know their sufferings, and I have come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land to a good and broad land, a land flowing with milk and honey, to the place of the Canaanites…and now, behold, the cry of the people of Israel has come to me, and I have seen the oppression with which the Egyptians oppress them. Come, I will send you to Pharaoh that you may bring forth my people, the sons of Israel, out of Egypt (Ex. 3:7-10).

(ii) The Foundation of Substance

Moses’ 40 years in the wilderness of Midian re-established the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan and restored the foundation of faith. At the same time, he established the position of Abel in setting up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature. Accordingly, as in the case of the first course of restoration into Canaan on the national level, the Israelites, who were in the position of Cain, should have absolutely trusted and followed Moses, who was in the position of Abel. Then they could have entered into the land of Canaan, which flowed with milk and honey, as God had said, and there they could finally have set up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature and then could have established the foundation of substance.

For the same purpose as when Moses killed the Egyptian, God had Moses smite the Egyptians by giving him the power of three great miracles and ten calamities when he was about to start his second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level. Through this, God commenced the providence for the start.

The reasons that Moses had to smite those on the side of Satan were, as already elucidated: first, to restore through indemnity the position of the eldest son which had been invaded by Satan; second, to have the Israelites cut off their attachment to Egypt; and third, to let the Israelites know that Moses was sent by God (Ex. 4:1-9). Again, there was another reason for Moses to be able to kill the Egyptian. This was because, despite the fact that the Israelites had completed the 400-year indemnity period of slavery in Egypt, caused by Abraham’s failure in his symbolic offering, as God had said, they were suffering 30 years more of the slavery (Ex. 12:41); hearing their lamentation, God pitied them (Ex. 2:24-25).

What did the three great miracles foreshadow in the course of the providence of restoration?

The first miracle, which God had ordered and showed (Ex. 4:3-9), was that by Moses’ command Aaron cast down his rod before Pharaoh, and it became a serpent. Pharaoh, seeing this, summoned his magicians and had them cast down their rods and their rods became serpents. However, Aaron’s serpent swallowed their serpents (Ex. 7:10-12).

What, then, did the miracle foreshadow? This showed us symbolically that Jesus would come as the Savior and destroy the Satanic world. The rod which performed the miracle before Moses, who was set up in place of God Himself (Ex. 7:1), symbolized Jesus with his authority and might, who in the future would perform such a miracle before God. At the same time, a rod has the mission of supporter, of a protector, and of a righteous leader always smiting unrighteousness; therefore, it also symbolized Jesus in the aspect of his mission, because it foreshadowed that Jesus would come before the whole of mankind in the future with such a mission.

Besides, the fact that the rod symbolizing Jesus became a serpent showed us that Jesus also had to play the role of a serpent. For this very reason, Jesus likened himself to a serpent, saying, “As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of man be lifted up.” (John 3:14). Again, Jesus told his disciples to be “wise as serpents” (Matt. 10:16). By this he meant that, since the first human ancestors in the beginning fell by the temptation of the evil serpent, Jesus, in order to restore this through indemnity, had to come as a good serpent of wisdom, to tempt and lead the evil men into goodness. Therefore, his disciples also had to follow the wisdom of Jesus, who came as a good serpent, thus leading evil men into goodness. On the other hand, the fact that Moses’ serpent swallowed up the magicians’ serpents showed us, symbolically, that Jesus would come as a heavenly serpent to swallow up the Satanic serpent and destroy it.

The second miracle was that, upon God’s command, Moses put his hand into his bosom and it became leprous. But, upon God’s second command, he again put his hand into his bosom and it was healed (Ex. 4:6-7). This miracle symbolically showed us that Jesus would come in the future as the second Adam and, with the Holy Spirit as the deity of the second Eve (cf. Part I, Ch. 7, Sec. IV, 1–214), would perform the work of redemption. When his hand was first put into his bosom and it became leprous, this meant that the archangel first put Eve into his bosom and men fell into a position incapable of salvation. Again the fact that when he put his hand into his bosom the second time it was healed represented that Jesus as the father spirit of mankind would come and restore the Holy Spirit as the mother spirit of mankind (cf. Part I, Ch. 7, Sec. IV, 1–214); then, as a hen gathers her brood under her wings (Matt. 23:37), he would restore the whole of mankind completely by gathering them into his bosom and giving them rebirth.

The third miracle was that Moses took some water from the Nile and poured it upon the dry ground and it became blood (Ex. 4:9). This represented symbolically that a lifeless thing like water would be restored into a thing of life like blood. Water signifies the people of the world who lost their lives due to the fall (Rev. 17:15). This sign showed us that Jesus and Holy Spirit would come in the future and restore fallen men deprived of life into the children of life.

God manifested these three powers in order to set up the symbolic condition of indemnity, in the future, enabling Jesus and the Holy Spirit to come before the Israelites as the True Parents of mankind, and to restore the whole of mankind as their children and then restore the original four position foundation taken by Satan.

When Moses asked God for one who could speak for him (for he was not eloquent) God gave him Aaron his brother (Ex. 4:14), then Miriam, the prophetess, his sister (Ex. 15:20) to assist him. This shows us figuratively (in image) that in the future, Jesus and the Holy Spirit, as the Word in substance, would come and restore men, deprived of the Word due to the fall, to the substance (incarnation) of the Word. Therefore, Aaron and Miriam exalted the will of Moses, who was in the position of God in the course of restoration into Canaan, and carried out their mission of leading the people in place of Moses. This showed figuratively (in image) that in the future, Jesus and the Holy Spirit would exalt the will of God in the worldwide course of restoration into Canaan and carry out the mission of redemption in place of God.

When Moses was going before Pharaoh with God’s command, Yahweh (the Lord) appeared on the way and sought to kill him. At that time, Moses was spared his life through his wife Zipporah’s circumcision of his son (Ex. 4:24-26). By Moses’ having overcome the test through the circumcision, his family survived and consequently the Israelites could come out of Egypt. This also foreshadowed that, even when Jesus would come in the future, God’s providence of salvation would not be fulfilled unless the Israelites went through the process of circumcision.

Let us then study what the significance of circumcision is. The first human ancestors, due to the blood relationship with Satan, received the blood of death through the foreskin. Therefore, in order for fallen men to be restored as God’s children, they began to circumcise themselves as the condition representing the draining the blood of death by shedding the blood from the foreskin as the condition of indemnity. The fundamental significance of the circumcision is, firstly, the sign of shedding the blood of death; secondly, the sign of restoring male dominion; and thirdly, the sign of promise to restore the position of the children of original nature. There are three kinds of circumcision: the circumcision of mind (Deut. 10:16), the circumcision of the flesh (Gen. 17:10) and the circumcision of all things (Lev. 19:22-23).

Next, God saved the Israelites from the land of Egypt, by performing the signs of ten calamities through Moses (Ex. 7:10-12:36). This, too, showed that in the future Jesus would come and save God’s chosen people through miracles and signs. When Jacob suffered the drudgery of 21 years in Haran, Laban deceived Jacob ten times without giving him the due wage (Gen. 31:7). Consequently, in the course of Moses, who was to go through Jacob’s model course, we see that Pharaoh not only put the Israelites under more than due slavery, but also deceived them ten times without keeping his promise of liberating them. Therefore, as the condition of indemnity, God could smite Pharaoh by afflicting him with ten calamities. Let us, then, study what these ten calamities foreshadowed.

There were three days’ darkness on the side of Egypt, while there were three days’ light on the side of Israel, showing that, in the future when Jesus would come, there would be darkness on the side of Satan, while there would be light on the Heavenly side. Next, God smote all the first-born of the Egyptians, including the first-born of the cattle, but the Israelites could avoid the calamity with the blood of the lamb painted on their doorposts. This was to enable the second son, who was in the position of Abel, to restore the position of the first-born by God’s smiting the first-born, because all the first-born on the side of Satan were in the position of Cain. This calamity also foreshadowed that, when Jesus would come, he would restore the original position of the first-born, thus resulting in the decline of the Satanic side which took initiative in the course of the providence, and in the salvation of the Heavenly side due to the redemption through the blood of Jesus. Moses also took great wealth from Egypt (Ex. 12:35-36), and this, too, foreshadowed the restoration of all things by Jesus, which was to occur in the future.

Whenever God worked miracles of calamity, He hardened Pharaoh’s heart (Ex. 10:27). The first reason was to show the people of God that God was the God of the Israelites, by manifesting His power before Pharaoh and the Israelites (Ex. 10:12). The second reason was to make Pharaoh abandon his attachment to the Israelites even after they left Egypt. God desired that Pharaoh, after having tried his very best to catch the Israelites, realize his inability to stop them, and thus finally let them go. A third reason was to help the Israelites cut off their attachment to Egypt by causing them to have a feeling of hostility against Pharaoh.

In the first course of restoration into Canaan on the national level, God worked the “providence for the start” when Moses killed the Egyptian. However, the people distrusted Moses, and this course ended in a failure before it even started. But, the Israelite nation in the second course came to believe that Moses was their true leader, sent by God, when they saw the three signs and ten calamities which God showed them as the “providence for the start”. The Israelites, by trusting and following Moses, who had established Abel’s position on the foundation of faith on the national level, were able to start their second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level.

The mere fact that the Israelites obeyed and surrendered to Moses temporarily could not make possible the establishment of the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature. Since the providential course of establishing the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature had been invaded by Satan, and a long providential period was cast into the hands of Satan, the Israelites should restore through indemnity an equivalent period on the national level. Therefore, the Israelites, who were in Cain’s position to Moses, could never set up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature unless they believed in and followed Moses with complete obedience throughout the whole period of their journey in the wilderness. Accordingly, the foundation of substance on the national level was not to be realized before the Israelites had passed through their course in the wilderness by obeying Moses and had entered into Canaan.

In this manner, the “providence for the start” in the second course of restoration into Canaan was done with greater grace than in the first one. But, since it was due to their disbelief, the condition of indemnity that the Israelites had to establish in the second course was additionally heavy. In the first course, they would have been led directly through the land of the Philistines, by being afraid of possible war and thus falling into disbelief again as in the first course. Therefore, God did not lead them through this path but had them enter Canaan only after crossing the Red Sea and traversing the wilderness, thus spending 21 months.

In this way, the Israelites, centering on Moses, started their 21-month course through the wilderness. Let us study how this could become, as previously stated, the model course of restoration into Canaan on the worldwide level, centering on Jesus, who was to come later.

When Pharaoh, having surrendered to Moses, permitted the Israelites to offer sacrifices there, Moses deceived Pharaoh and obtained three days’ permission by saying:

It would not be right to do so; for we shall sacrifice to the Lord our God offerings abominable to the Egyptians. If we sacrifice offerings abominable to the Egyptians before their eyes, will they not stone us? We must go three days’ journey into the wilderness and sacrifice to the Lord our God as he will command us. (Ex. 8:26-27)

Thus Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt.

This three-day period was truly the period which Abraham needed for the separation from Satan before offering the sacrifice of Isaac. After that, this became the period of indemnity necessary for the separation from Satan whenever anyone started any providential course. Even when Jacob was about to start his period of restoration into Canaan, he left Haran by deceiving Laban and had the three-day period of separation from Satan (Gen. 31:19-22). Likewise, Moses also, before starting his course of restoration into Canaan, had to have the three-day period of separation from Satan by deceiving Pharaoh and thus taking free action. This also showed us that later Jesus, too, would have to take the three-day period of resurrection for the separation from Satan before he could start the spiritual providence of restoration. Thus, 600,000 Israelites, mostly young, left Ramses on the fifteenth of January (Ex. 12:6-37, Num. 33:3).

After the Israelites had reached Succoth by acceptably setting up the three-day period, God gave them grace and led them by a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night (Ex. 13:21). The pillar of cloud by day (positivity) which led the Israelites on Moses’ course represented Jesus, who would later lead the Israelites through the course of restoration into Canaan on the worldwide level. The pillar of fire by night (negativity) symbolized the Holy Spirit, who was to lead them as a female spirit.

Moses, according to God’s command, divided the Red Sea with his rod and crossed it as if it were land, but the pursuing Egyptian chariots were all drowned in the water (Ex. 14:21-28). As already discussed, Moses, when he went before Pharaoh, symbolized God (Ex. 7:1), and the rod in Moses’ hand symbolized Jesus, who was to manifest the power of God. Therefore, this sign shows us that later when Jesus would come, Satan would come in pursuit of the believers in Jesus who would follow Jesus through the course of restoration into Canaan on the worldwide level. But Jesus, coming with the mission of a rod, would strike the bitter sea of the world lying in front of the people with the rod of iron (Rev. 2:27, Ps. 2:9). Then the bitter sea of the world would become like a smooth way before the saints, and Satan, in pursuit of the people, would perish. As already discussed in the chapter on the “Last Days” in Part I, the rod of iron signifies God’s Word. Then, in a Biblical passage (Rev. 17:15) this sinful world is likened to water. From this meaning we also can call the world “the bitter sea”.

The people of Israel crossed the Red Sea and came to the wilderness of Sin, on the fifteenth day of the second month after they had departed from Egypt (Ex. 16:1). God fed the people of Israel with manna and quail until they came to habitable land (Ex. 16:35). This shows us that later Jesus would feed all men, in the course of restoration into Canaan on the worldwide level, with his flesh (manna) and blood (quail), which were the elements of life for men. Therefore, the Bible says:

Your fathers ate the manna in the wilderness, and they died;…I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if anyone eats of this bread, he will live forever;…unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you. (John 6:49-54)

When the people of Israel left the wilderness of Sin and camped at Rephidim, God commanded Moses to strike the rock at Horeb so that water should come out of it for the people to drink (Ex. 17:6). Again the Bible says, “The Rock was Christ.” (I Cor. 10:4). Therefore, it showed us that later Jesus would come and make the people alive with the spring of the living water (John 4:14). The two tablets of stone that Moses later received on Mount Sinai symbolized Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Moreover, the rock, being the root of the tablets of stone, also symbolized God. Since Moses struck the rock, the root of the tablets of stone, to give water to the people of Israel so that they might live, Moses, on this foundation, could receive the tablets of stone, and could make the ark of the covenant and the tabernacle.

Joshua fought with Amalek at Rephidim, and whenever Moses help up his hand, Israel prevailed. Whenever he lowered his hand, Amalek prevailed. Therefore, Aaron and Hur took a stone and put under Moses, and he sat upon it, and they held up his hands, one on one side and the other on the other side; and Joshua defeated Amalek and his people (Ex. 17:10-13). This also foreshadowed what would happen when Jesus would come in the future. Joshua was the symbol of the believers in Jesus, Amalek was that of the Satanic world, and Aaron and Hur symbolized Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Again, the fact that Joshua smote and defeated Amalek before Aaron and Hur, who held up Moses’ hands, foreshadowed that the believers serving the Trinity of God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit could smite and destroy Satan.

(iii) The Providence of Restoration Centering on the Tabernacle

We must first learn the details of how the Israelites received the tablets, the tabernacle and the ark. After having triumphed in the fight against Amalek, they reached the wilderness of Sinai in the beginning of the third month (Ex. 19:1). From there, Moses went up Mount Sinai with 70 elders and met God (Ex. 24:9-10). God called Moses to the summit of Mount Sinai, and Moses fasted for 40 days and 40 nights so that he might receive the Ten Commandments written on the tablets of stone (Ex. 24:18). While he fasted on the mountain, he received instructions about the ark and the tabernacle from God (Ex. 25:31). When he had finished the 40-day fast, Moses received from God the two tablets of stone on which were written the Ten Commandments (Ex. 31:18).

When Moses came down from Mount Sinai with the tablets of stone and went to the people of Israel, they were worshipping the golden calf, which they had Aaron make, as the god which led them out of Egypt (Ex. 32:4). Moses’ anger burned hot when he saw this, and he threw the tablets to the ground and broke them at the foot of the mountain (Ex. 32:19). God appeared again to Moses and told him to cut two tablets of stone like the first, that He might write upon them the Ten Commandments that were on the first tablets which he had broken (Ex. 34:1). When Moses had finished fasting 40 days and 40 nights the second time according to God’s words, God again gave him the Ten Commandments written on the tablets (Ex. 34:28). When Moses again appeared before the Israelites with the tablets of stone, the people ministered to Moses; and they, then, built the ark and the tabernacle (Ex. 35:10-12).

a) The significance and the purpose of the tablets, the tabernacle and the ark of the covenant

What do the tablets of stone signify? The fact that Moses received the two tablets of stone with the words written on them means that the providential age for the foundation of restoration, in which men, due to the fall, contacted God only through offerings, had passed; and men had entered the providential age of restoration, in which fallen men could contact God through the words which they had thus restored. As already elucidated in the “Introduction” of Part II, if Adam and Eve, who had been created by the Word, had perfected themselves, they would have become the “perfect incarnation of the Word”. However, due to the fall, they lost the Word. Now, the fact that Moses received the two tablets of stone with the words written on them through the 40-day period to separate Satan signifies that Adam and Eve, long lost in the Satanic world, were restored as the symbolic incarnation of the Word. Accordingly, the two tablets of stone with the words written on them were the symbols of restored Adam and Eve, again symbolizing Jesus and the Holy Spirit, who would later come as the incarnation of the Word. The Bible symbolized Christ as a white stone (Rev. 2:17) and also states that the Rock was Christ (I Cor. 10:4), for the same reason. The two tablets of stone, thus symbolizing Jesus and the Holy Spirit symbolize heaven and earth as well.

Next, what is the significance of the tabernacle? Jesus likened the temple of Jerusalem to his body (John 2:21). Again, the saints who believed in him were called “God’s temple” (I Cor. 3:16). Therefore, the temple is the representation in image of Jesus himself. If the Israelites, centering on Moses, had succeeded in their first course of restoration into Canaan, they would have prepared to receive the Messiah by building the temple as soon as they entered the land of Canaan. However, due to their faithlessness, they had not even started the first course. In their second course, they built a tabernacle in place of the temple, because they had to wander in the wilderness after having crossed the Red Sea. Therefore, the tabernacle was the symbolic representation of Jesus himself. For this reason, God, when He commanded Moses to build the tabernacle, said, “Let them make me a sanctuary, that I may dwell in their midst.” (Ex. 25:8).

The tabernacle consisted of the “holy place” and the “most holy place” (holy of holies). The latter was the place where only the chief priest entered once a year to offer sacrifices. In it was the ark, and it was supposed to be the place of God’s presence. Thus, the most holy place symbolized the spirit of Jesus. The holy place was the place where they entered ordinarily, and this symbolized Jesus’ body. Consequently, it can also be said that the most holy place symbolized the invisible substantial world, while the holy place symbolized the visible substantial world. When Jesus was crucified, the curtain between the holy place and the most holy place was torn in two, from top to bottom (Matt. 27:51), meaning that by the completion of the providence of spiritual salvation through Jesus’ crucifixion, the way to communicate between the spirit man and the physical man, and between heaven and earth, opened up.

Then what was the ark? The ark was that of God’s covenant, which was to be enshrined in the most holy place. In it were the two tablets of stone, symbolizing Jesus and the Holy Spirit, and, naturally, heaven and earth. In the ark there was manna, which had been the food of life for the Israelites in their course in the wilderness, and symbolized Jesus’ body. The manna was contained in a golden urn that symbolized the glory of God. Also included was Aaron’s rod that budded, which showed God’s power to the Israelites (Heb. 9:4). In this respect, the ark, generally considered, was the condensed body of the cosmos, while on the other hand it was the condensed body of the tabernacle.

The mercy seat overshadowed the ark, and God said that they should make two cherubim of hammered gold and cover the two ends of the mercy seat. Then He would meet with them there, between the two cherubim, and speak with them of all that He would give them as commandments for the people of Israel (Ex. 25:16-22). This showed us that, later, when Jesus and the Holy Spirit, represented by the tablets of stone, would come and redeem the people through the work of moving their hearts, God would appear in the mercy seat; at the same time the cherubim, which had blocked the way for Adam to attain the Tree of Life in the garden of Eden, would be separated on each side, to the right and left, and everyone would enjoy the chance of going before Jesus, as the Tree of Life, and receiving God’s words.

What, then, was God’s purpose in giving them the tablets of stone, the tabernacle, and the ark? The Israelites, after having finished the 400-year period of indemnity brought about by Abraham’s failure in the symbolic offering, smote the Egyptians with the three signs and ten calamities, drowned the countless Egyptian soldiers and chariots pursuing them by dividing the waters of the Red Sea, and then made their way into the wilderness. The Israelites had left Egypt with much resentment and hostility. So, for the Israelites, who were in a situation which compelled them to continue their way without having to return to Egypt, the restoration into Canaan was the inevitable course which had to be followed at all costs. Therefore, God performed many miracles and signs in the “providence for the start”, and He had the Israelites cross the Red Sea, thus putting them in a situation where they were incapable of returning.

Nevertheless, the Israelites all fell into faithlessness. At the end, there was danger that even Moses might possibly act faithlessly. Here, God had to set up an object of firm faith, that would never change, even though man might change. That is to say, whenever there is even one man of absolute faith, God has this man succeed to the attendance of the object of faith, thus gradually realizing the will of His providence.

By what could man, then, set up the object of faith? The tabernacle, which symbolized the Messiah, by enshrining the ark with the tablets of stone inside, was this object. Therefore, the construction of the tabernacle meant that the Messiah had already come symbolically.

Consequently, if the Israelites, centering on Moses, had exalted the tabernacle as the Messiah with profound loyalty and thus had been restored into the blessed land of Canaan, the foundation of substance on the national level would have been realized at that time. Even though all the Israelites had fallen into faithlessness, if Moses alone had remained to keep the tabernacle, the nation could have again set up the condition of indemnity and could have been restored upon the foundation centering on Moses, who served the tabernacle. Further, even if Moses would have fallen into faithlessness, if any single man of Israel had kept the tabernacle to the end in place of Moses, it would have been possible for God to work again His providence of restoring the whole nation, which had fallen into faithlessness, by centering on the single man left.

If the Israelites had not fallen into faithlessness in their first course of restoration into Canaan on the national level, Moses’ family could have played the role of the tabernacle. Moses could have substituted for the tablets of stone and the ark of the covenant, and the family law of Moses could have been the substitute for the heavenly law. Thus, they could have entered into the land of Canaan without need of the tablets of stone, the ark, and the tabernacle; and there they could have built the temple. The tablets of stone, the tabernacle, and the ark were what God gave the Israelites in order to save them, after they had fallen into faithlessness. The tabernacle, being the symbolic representation of Jesus and the Holy Spirit, was what they needed until the erection of the temple. The temple, being the image-representation of Jesus and the Holy Spirit, was what they needed until the coming of the Messiah, who was to be the substantial temple.

b) The foundation for the tabernacle

Just as the foundation to receive the Messiah must be realized in order to be able to receive the Messiah, the “foundation for the tabernacle” must be established in order to be able to receive the tabernacle, which is the symbolic Messiah. Therefore, there should be no question that they had to establish both the foundation of faith for the tabernacle, and the foundation of substance for the tabernacle, in order to establish the foundation for the tabernacle. Then, what should the Israelites have done, centering on Moses, in order to establish these two foundations?

If Moses had acceptably established the 40-day period of separation from Satan through fasting and prayer, by obeying God’s words for the tabernacle, the foundation of faith for the tabernacle was to be established. And, if the Israelites had obeyed in surrender and faith to Moses, who had to set up the ideal of the tabernacle, the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature for the tabernacle was supposed to be set up. Accordingly, the foundation of substance for the tabernacle was also to be established. The tabernacle here means the whole thing, including the tablets of stone and the ark of the covenant.

The first foundation for the tabernacle

Man is the substantial being (incarnation) of the word (John 1:3), and he was created on the sixth day. Therefore in order for God to work the providence of giving man the words of re-creation for the restoration of fallen man, He had to sanctify the number “six” corresponding to the period of creation invaded by Satan. Consequently, God sanctified Mount Sinai by covering it with clouds in the glory of Yahweh for six days. Appearing in the clouds on the seventh day, He called Moses (Ex. 24:16). From that time on, Moses fasted for 40 days and 40 nights (Ex. 24:18). This was for God to have Moses establish the foundation of faith for the tabernacle, which was the symbolic Messiah, by having him set up the 40-day period of separation from Satan, when God saw that the Israelites had again fallen into faithlessness after crossing the Red Sea.

As already discussed, the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature in the course of restoration into Canaan was to be fulfilled not by the Israelites’ simply trusting and obeying Moses temporarily, but only by their remaining in that state until they had entered Canaan, had built the temple, and had received the Messiah. In the same manner, even in their establishing the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature and then the foundation of substance for the tabernacle before erecting the tabernacle, the Israelites should have trusted, served, and obeyed Moses until he finished erecting the tabernacle. However the Israelites fell into faithlessness while Moses was fasting and praying. They had Aaron make a golden calf for them, and worshipped it, saying it was their god who had led them out of the land of Egypt (Ex. 32:4). In this way, the Israelites failed in setting up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature which they had to set up for the tabernacle, and naturally failed also in establishing the foundation of substance for the tabernacle.

God led the Israelites with signs and miracles. However, even God could not interfere with their action during the period in which man himself was to restore the Word by his own portion of responsibility, because it was man himself that had lost the foundation of the Word. Moses raged in anger upon seeing the people dancing before the idol, and threw the two tablets of stone at the foot of the mountain, thus breaking them (Ex. 32:19). This resulted in Satan’s invasion of the foundation of faith for the tabernacle, which Moses had established through the 40-day period to separate Satan. The two tablets of stone, as already clarified above, symbolize the second Adam and the second Eve, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. The fact that Moses broke the two tablets of stone symbolizing Jesus and the Holy Spirit, because of the faithlessness of the Israelites, shows us symbolically that later, when Jesus would come, Jesus and the Holy Spirit could possibly fail to accomplish the original mission given by God, by Jesus’ bring crucified, if the Jewish people should fall into faithlessness.

Such faithlessness of the Israelites frustrated God’s providence, which was designed to have the Israelites establish the foundation for the tabernacle. God’s providence to establish the foundation for the tabernacle was prolonged to the second and third time because of the continued faithlessness of the Israelites.

The second foundation for the tabernacle

All the Israelites centering on Moses fell into faithlessness to God’s providence. Since they were already on the foundation of having drunk the water from the rock at Rephidim (Ex. 17:6), which was the root of the tablets of stone, God could appear again to Moses after he had broken the tablets of stone and tell him to cut two tablets like the first that He might write upon them the words that had been on the first tablets (Ex. 34:1). But Moses could not restore the tabernacle centering on the tablets of stone without restoring the foundation of faith for the tabernacle, by setting up again the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan. Therefore, he could restore the ideal of the tabernacle and the second tablets of stone with the words of the Ten commandments written on them, only after the second 40 days and 40 nights of fasting (Ex. 34:28).

The fact that the tablets of stone, once broken, were restored through the fasting and prayer of 40 days and 40 nights, showed us that though Jesus was crucified, Christ could come again and commence the providence of salvation on that foundation, if and when the saints, believing in him, should set up the condition of indemnity to receive him through the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan.

During the 40-day period of separation from Satan, in which Moses restored, for the second time, the ideal of the tabernacle centering on the tablets of stone, the Israelites not only obeyed and surrendered to Moses but also created the tabernacle according to God’s direction and Moses’ instruction. This was on the first day of the first month in the second year (Ex. 40:17).

Thus, the chosen people of Israel erected the tabernacle on the foundation for the tabernacle which they had established by fulfilling the foundation of substance for the tabernacle, after having set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature. However, as previously discussed, the foundation of substance in their second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level was not to be established merely by erecting the tabernacle. They should have exalted and honored the tabernacle with undiminishing ardor until they entered Canaan, entered the temple, and received the Messiah.

On the 20th day of the second month in the second year, the Israelites started from the wilderness of Sinai centering on the tabernacle, under the guidance of the pillar of cloud (Num. 10:11-12). However, God burnt their camp in wrath, because the people again fell into faithlessness and bore a grudge against Moses (Num. 11:1). Nevertheless, the Israelites were not awakened to God’s will, and continued to have resentment against Moses, grumbling that there was no fish and no fruit, except the manna, and that they missed the land of Egypt (Num. 11:4-6). Therefore, the foundation for the tabernacle was invaded by Satan. The providence of restoring this foundation had to be prolonged once again.

The third foundation for the tabernacle

The second foundation of faith for the tabernacle was invaded by Satan, because the people again fell into faithlessness. Due to Moses’ unchanging faith and loyalty, however, the tabernacle stood firmly on the foundation of faith for the tabernacle, set up by Moses. The Israelites stood on the foundation of having drunk the water from the rock at Rephidim (Ex. 17:6); the rock was the root of the tablets of stone which were the center of the tabernacle. On these foundations, therefore, if the Israelites had succeeded in the establishment of the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan and obeyed in complete surrender to Moses, centering on the tabernacle, they should have restored through indemnity the foundation for the tabernacle for the third time. The 40-day period of spying was the condition God gave them in order to accomplish this.

God sent into the land of Canaan the twelve persons whom He had chosen, one from each tribe of the Israelites, as the chief of the tribe (Num. 13:1), and had them spy on the land for 40 days (Num. 13:25). However, all returning from the land, except Joshua and Caleb, presented faithless reports. That is, they reported that the Israelites would not be able to destroy the city and the people there, saying that the people dwelling in the land were strong and that the cities were fortified (Num. 13:28). Besides, they said that the land would devour its inhabitants and that all the people they saw in it were men of great stature alongside whom they seemed to be like grasshoppers (Num. 13:32-33). The Israelites, hearing this report, murmured against Moses and cried in lamentation, saying that they should choose a captain and go back to Egypt.

Nevertheless, Joshua and Caleb cried out, saying that they should not rebel against the Lord, that they should attack the people dwelling in the land without fear. They proclaimed that the Lord was with the Israelites, and that the Canaanites would become their prey, since their protection was removed from them (Num. 14:9). But the congregation tried to stone Joshua and Caleb (Num 14:10). Then the glory of the Lord appeared to all the people, and the Lord said to Moses:

How long will this people despise me? And how long will they not believe in me, in spite of all the signs which I have wrought among them? (Num. 14:11)

He again said:

but your little ones, who you said would become a prey, I will bring in, and they shall know the land which you have despised. But as for you, your dead bodies shall fall in this wilderness. And your children shall be shepherds in the wilderness for forty years and shall suffer for your faithlessness, until the last of your dead bodies lies in the wilderness. According to the number of the days in which you spied out the land, forty days, for every day a year, you shall bear your iniquity, forty years, and you shall know my displeasure. (Num. 14:31-34)

In this way, the third foundation for the tabernacle was unable to be restored, and their second course in the wilderness of 21 months was prolonged to a third course in the wilderness of 40 years.

(iv) The Failure in the Second Course of Restoration into Canaan on the National Level

Due to the faithlessness of the Israelites, the foundation for the tabernacle was invaded by Satan for the third time. Therefore, the establishment of the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature in the second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level was a failure. In consequence, they failed in the establishment of the foundation of substance, which they were to set up for the second time, naturally the second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level was a failure, and it was prolonged into the third course of restoration into Canaan on the national level.

(3) The Third Course of Restoration into Canaan on the National Level

 (i) The Foundation of Faith

Due to the faithlessness of the Israelites, the second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level ended in failure. Therefore, the 40-year period in the wilderness of Midian, which Moses had established in order to restore the foundation of faith in that course, was again invaded by Satan. Because the Israelites failed to set up the 40-day period of spying in faith and obedience, it took them 40 years, each day calculated as a year, to wander in the wilderness and to return to Kadesh-barnea. This 40-year period was for Moses to separate Satan, who had invaded the foundation of faith in the second course, who had invaded the foundation of faith in the second course, and to restore through indemnity the foundation of faith for the third course. Moses, who had kept and exalted the tabernacle in utter faith and loyalty during the 40-year period of wandering in the wilderness until his return to Kadesh-barnea, succeeded in establishing the foundation of faith for the third course of restoration into Canaan on the national level. Accordingly, the position of Abel for the substantial offering on the national level of this course was firmly established.

(ii) The Foundation of Substance

Due the Israelites’ failure, through faithlessness and rebellion, in setting up the 40-day course of spying, the foundation for the tabernacle remained invaded by Satan. Therefore, the foundation of substance for the second course was not established. However, the foundation of faith for the tabernacle, set up by Moses, who had exalted and kept the tabernacle with loyalty, remained a success. On this basis, if the Israelites had established the foundation of separation from Satan, who invaded the 40-day period of separation from Satan, who invaded the 40-day period of spying, by obeying Moses who was exalting the tabernacle in an unchanging faith during their 40-year period of wandering in the wilderness, they could have established both the foundation of substance for the tabernacle and the foundation for the tabernacle, at that time. If the Israelites had, on this foundation, entered Canaan honoring Moses, centering on the tabernacle through faith and obedience, the foundation of substance in the third course of restoration into Canaan on the national level would have been established at that time.

For Moses, the 40-year period of wandering in the wilderness was the period for the establishment of the foundation of faith in the third course. For the Israelites, it was the period to fulfill the “providence for the start” in the third course, by restoring their position of having honored Moses, who had erected the tabernacle in the second course.

The foundation of substance centering on Moses

It was previously clarified that the Israelites received the tablets of stone, the tabernacle, and the ark because they fell into faithlessness in the wilderness. Their faithlessness enabled Satan to invade the three great signs, which God manifested before them as the “providence for the start”, in their second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level. Therefore, God had them go through the 40-day trial period, in order to restore through indemnity what they failed to do, and then granted them the three great gifts of the tablets of stone, the tabernacle, and the ark.

Again, God performed the ten calamities in order to restore through indemnity the fact that Laban had deceived Jacob ten times when Jacob was going to return from Haran into the land of Canaan. But the Israelites again fell into faithlessness, and God gave them the Ten Commandments to restore it through indemnity. Therefore, if and when the Israelites had kept the Ten Commandments and the three gifts by exalting the tablets of stone, the tabernacle, and the ark, they were supposed to restore the position of having started from Egypt by the aid of the three great miracles and ten calamities in their second course. The tablets of stone were the condensed body of the ark, and the ark was that of the tabernacle, so the tablets of stone were the condensed body of the tabernacle. Therefore, the ark and the tabernacle could be represented either with the tablets of stone or with the rock, their root. Consequently, the third course of restoration into Canaan on the national level would begin by starting from Kadesh-barnea according to the “providence for the start”, centering on the rock.

How, then, did God intend to fulfill the “providence for the start”, centering on the rock? In order to give life to the Israelites, who were falling into faithlessness without having acceptably set up the 40-year period in the wilderness (Num. 20:4-5), God had Moses strike the rock with his rod before the congregation of the Israelites, to have water and to let them drink (Num. 20:8). Had Moses’ first strike against the rock, bringing water and giving drink to the Israelites, made them awe-stricken with God’s power to such an extent that they all became one, centering on their leader, they could have stood on the foundation for the tabernacle, together with Moses; on that foundation, they could have fulfilled the “providence for the start”, centering on the rock. If they had trusted and obeyed Moses from that time on and entered Canaan under his leadership, they could have set up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature, and could then have also established the foundation of substance, centering on Moses, for their third course. However, Moses, upon seeing the people murmur in resentment against him for having no water, raged in such an anger that he struck the rock twice with his rod. Therefore, God said:

Because you did not believe in me, to sanctify me in the eyes of the people of Israel, therefore you shall not bring this assembly into the land which I have given them. (Num. 20:12)

Moses thus failed to fulfill the “providence for the start” centering on the rock by striking it twice, when he should have struck just once. Therefore, he could never enter the blessed land of Canaan, the land of promise, although it was in his sight (Num. 20:24; 27:12-14).

We now must understand why Moses should have struck the rock just once and how his striking it twice became such a crime. Christ is symbolized as a white stone (Rev. 2:17); again it is said that the Rock was Christ (I Cor. 10:4). Meanwhile, as clarified in the chapter on the Fall of Man, Christ came as the Tree of Life (Rev. 22:14). Naturally, the Rock is also the Tree of Life. On the other hand, the Tree of Life was the symbol of Adam in perfection in the Garden of Eden. Since this Tree of Life is symbolized by the Rock, the Rock is also the symbol of Adam in perfection.

In the Garden of Eden. Satan struck Adam, who was supposed to become the Rock. Consequently, Adam could not attain the Tree of Life (Gen. 3:24). Accordingly, he also failed to become the Rock that would yield the “water of life” from God, which his descendants would drink forever. Therefore, the rock, before Moses struck it, that had not yielded water, symbolized fallen Adam. Satan, by once striking Adam and causing him to fall, made him “Adam as the rock not capable of yielding water”. Therefore, God intended to set up the condition to restore through indemnity “Adam as the rock capable of yielding water”, by once striking the rock representing Adam incapable of yielding water and by bringing water from it. Consequently, the rock which Moses struck once to bring water symbolized Jesus, who was to come and give the drink of the water of life to all fallen men. Therefore, Jesus said:

Whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst, the water that I shall give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life. (John 4:14)

God allowed Moses to strike the rock only once, as the condition to restore through indemnity the first Adam of the fall into the second Adam of perfection, or Jesus. But Moses’ act of striking the rock the second time became the action representing the possibility of striking Jesus, who was to come as the restored Rock and give the drink of the water of life to all mankind. In this way, the faithlessness of the Israelites and the act of Moses’ twice striking the rock in rage established a condition which enabled Satan to come directly before Jesus, the “Rock in substance”, if and when the Israelites would ever fall into faithlessness later, at the coming of Jesus. Therefore, Moses’ act became a crime.

Moses’ act of breaking the tablets of stone once could be restored, but his mistake of twice striking the rock could not be restored. We must study the reason for this.

Seen from the viewpoint of the providence of restoration, the tablets of stone and the rock have the relationship of the external and the internal. The tablets of stone, with the Ten Commandments written on them, were the center of Moses’ law, and accordingly, the center of the Old Testament. The Israelites of the Old Testament Age could enter the sphere of salvation of this age by believing in the ideal of the tablets of stone. In this respect, the tablets of stone were the external representation of Jesus, who was to come later.

According to the passage “the Rock was Christ” (I Cor. 10:4), the rock symbolizes Jesus, and at the same time forms the root (origin) of the tablets of stone. Therefore, it also symbolizes God, who is the root (origin) of Jesus, the substantial tablets of stone. In that sense, the tablets of stone are external while the rock is internal. If we liken the tablets of stone to our body, the rock corresponds to our mind. If we liken the tablets of stone to the holy place, the rock can be likened to the most holy place. Further, if we liken the tablets of stone to the earth, the rock corresponds to heaven. Therefore, the rock is the internal representation of Jesus and bears a greater value than the tablets of stone.

Since the tablets of stone are the external representation of Jesus, they also symbolize Aaron, who was set up as the external representation of Jesus, before Moses, the symbol of God (Ex. 4:16, 7:1). Meanwhile, the Israelites had Aaron make a calf of gold (Ex. 32:4). Thus Aaron became a failure, together with the tablets of stone. Nevertheless, Aaron could revive through repentance on the foundation of having drunk the water of life from the rock at Rephidim. Therefore, the tablets of stone symbolizing Aaron could also be restored by again setting up the condition of indemnity on the internal foundation of the water of life from the rock. However, the rock representing the root of the tablets of stone symbolizes both Christ and God, who is his root. Therefore, the act of striking them could never be recovered.

What kind of result did Moses’ act of striking the rock twice bring about? Moses’ act of striking the rock a second time was caused by his impatience and anger against the Israelites’ falling into faithlessness (Ps. 106:32-33). This act was what he did from the standpoint of Satan. Consequently, God’s “providence for the start”, which He had intended to fulfill through the rock, resulted in the invasion by Satan.

Thus, Moses’ external act of having struck the rock twice was an act of Satan; but in the internal reality, the Israelites were given drink from the spring of water coming from the rock. Therefore, the external Israelites who had come out of Egypt could not enter Canaan, God’s promised land, except Joshua and Caleb. Moses, too, died at the age of 120 with the land of hope and desire within his sight (Deut. 34:4-5). In place of Moses (Num. 27:18-20), Joshua entered Canaan leading the internal Israelites, who had been born in their course in the wilderness, where they had drunk of the water from the rock and exalted the tabernacle (Num. 32:11-12).

If Moses’ act of twice striking the rock had resulted in Satan’s invasion, the rock could not have yielded the water. How, then, could the rock yield water? In their second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level, Moses already had provided the base by which to bring water from the rock, by obeying God’s command at Rephidim, by striking the rock to bring water, and by giving drink to the Israelites (Ex. 17:6). The tablets of stone, the tabernacle and the ark, which were set up on this foundation, were passed on to the third course of restoration into Canaan on the national level, because of the faith of a single man, Moses, who had kept God’s command firmly on the foundation of faith for the tabernacle that he had set up through the 40-day fast and prayer, even when the Israelites all fell into faithlessness in the rage against the people, but his heart-and-zeal toward heaven were unchangeable. Furthermore, Joshua kept and exalted the tablets of stone, the tabernacle and the ark with unchanging faith on the foundation for the tabernacle which he had set up through his 40-day spying in Canaan. Therefore, the foundation of the spring from the rock set up at Rephidim also remained intact, centering on Joshua.

In this manner, even though Moses’ external act of faithlessness resulted in Satan’s external invasion of the second rock, the water was yielded from the rock internally so that the people drank it, due to the internal basis of Moses’ unchanging heart and Joshua’s faith and loyalty.

Moses’ act of twice striking the rock resulted in his taking the position of Satan. Satan therefore took possession of the stone. It was for this reason that Jesus, who came as the substantial stone, went into the wilderness, when the Jewish people fell into faithlessness in their worldwide course of restoration into Canaan, in order to find and restore the stone that had been lost in the wilderness. That is why he first suffered the temptation of being told by Satan to make bread out of stone.

Due to Moses’ twice striking the rock externally in rage against the faithlessness of the Israelites, his flesh was invaded by Satan and he died in the wilderness, but internally, he could bring water from the rock and gave drink to the people because of his unchanging heart-and-zeal. That made it possible for him to enter Canaan spiritually. This foreshadowed the possibility that when Jesus, the substantial Rock, would come, his flesh might be invaded by Satan by the crucifixion, because of the people’s disbelief, thus learning unaccomplished the worldwide restoration into Canaan physically. In this case, he would accomplish it only spiritually.

After Moses had struck the rock twice, God sent fiery serpents to the Israelites, who were falling into faithlessness, and the serpents bit them to death (Num. 21:6). When the Israelites came to repent, God had Moses make a bronze serpent and set it on a pole, so that if a serpent had bitten any man, the man might look at the bronze serpent and live (Num. 21:9). The fiery serpent symbolized Satan, the ancient serpent, who had caused Eve to fall (Rev. 12:9), and the bronze serpent set on the pole symbolized Jesus, who would later come as the heavenly serpent (John 3:14). This foreshadowed for us that, just as God had put the Israelites into the hands of the Satanic serpent when they had fallen into faithlessness, and had brought them into life again when they repented and restored their faith, similar things would happen in the time of Jesus. That is, if the Jewish people fell into faithlessness, God would have to put them into the hands of Satan; then, Jesus would be compelled to die on the cross, as the heavenly serpent, in order that the whole of mankind might live. Whoever repented of his faithlessness and believed in the redemption through the cross would be saved. Therefore, Jesus said, “As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of man be lifted up.” (John 3:14). This, in fact, became a remote cause that made Jesus start his spiritual course through the cross, in the third worldwide course of restoration into Canaan, centering on Jesus.

When Moses had struck the rock twice, God predicted that Moses would not be able to enter the land of Canaan (Num. 20:12). Moses then prayed to God to let him enter Canaan (Deut. 3:25), but he finally died with the promised land in his sight. After his death, he was buried in a valley in the land of Moab, but no man knows the place of his burial to this day (Deut. 34:6). This foreshadowed that later, Jesus also might die on the cross if the Jewish people fell into faithlessness. Though he might pray with ardor that God would let the cup of death pass from him, that he might fulfill the worldwide restoration into Canaan, he would finally die without realizing this will, and the whereabouts of his body would be unknown.

The foundation of substance centering on Joshua

Because Moses struck the rock twice, God’s will for the Israelites to enter Canaan with the “providence for the start” centering on the rock was not fulfilled. Due to Moses’ striking the rock twice (Num. 20:1-13), Satan could invade externally, but due to the foundation of having brought water from the rock at Rephidim, Moses could give drink eternally to the Israelites. This showed us another course of God’s providence. That is, those belonging to the “external Israelites”, who had been born in Egypt (the Satanic world) and had fallen into faithlessness in the wilderness, all died in the wilderness except for Joshua and Caleb, who had set up the 40-day period of spying in good faith. Only the “internal Israelites”, born during their life in the wilderness when the people drank the water from the rock and exalted the tabernacle, entered Canaan, centering on Joshua in place of Moses (Num. 32:11-12). Therefore, God said to Moses:

Take Joshua, the son of Nun, a man in whom is the spirit, and lay your hand upon him; cause him to stand before Eleazer the priest and all the congregation, and you shall commission him in their sight. You shall invest him with some of your authority, that all the congregation of the people of Israel may obey. (Num. 27:18-20)

Joshua was one of the two, who, in contrast to the Israelites who fell into faithlessness during the 40-day period of spying, stood firmly on the foundation of faith for the tabernacle, set up by Moses. Joshua was thus able to establish the foundation for the tabernacle with unchanging faith and loyalty, exalting the tabernacle to the end. In this way, even though Moses had fallen into faithlessness, the tablets of stone, the tabernacle and the ark remained intact on the foundation for the tabernacle set up by Joshua.

Therefore, God intended to fulfill the “providence for the start”, centering on the water from the rock, by setting up Joshua in place of Moses, and having the internal Israelites obey him and stand with him on the foundation for the tabernacle. In accordance with this providence, God intended to have the people enter the land of Canaan, establish the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature, and accomplish the foundation of substance centering on Joshua in their third course.

Therefore, God said:

He [Joshua] shall go over [into Canaan] at the head of this people, and he shall put them in possession of the land which you [Moses] shall see. (Deut. 3:28)

Then God said to Joshua:

…as I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will not fail you or forsake you. Be strong and of good courage; for you shall cause this people to inherit the land which I swore to their fathers to give them. (Josh. 1:5-6)

When Moses had accomplished, according to God’s will, the 40-year period in the wilderness of Midian, God appeared to Moses and commanded him to lead the Israelites into the land of Canaan, the land flowing with milk and honey (Ex. 3:8-10). Likewise, God called Joshua, in place of Moses, and commanded him saying:

Moses my servant is dead; now therefore arise, go over this Jordan, you and all the people, into the land which I am giving to them, to the people of Israel. (Josh. 1:2)

Joshua, in obedience to God’s command, called the officers of the people and conveyed God’s will (Joshua 1:10-11). Then they answered him saying:

All that you have commanded us we will do, and wherever you send us we will go…. Whoever rebels against your commandment and disobeys your words, whatever you command him, shall be put to death. Only be strong and of good courage. (Josh. 1:16-18)

Thus they were determined to follow Joshua at the risk of their lives. In that way, Joshua, who had the mission of substituting for Moses, can be viewed as a symbol of the Lord of the Second Advent, who comes in order to succeed and fulfill the mission of Jesus. Therefore, the course of Joshua, who was to restore through indemnity the course of Moses, was the course representing the way of the Lord of the Second Advent, who is to restore through indemnity, both spiritually and physically, the course of spiritual restoration by Jesus.

There were 12 men whom Moses sent, in their second course into Canaan, to spy on the land (Num. 13:1-2). Of these, only two accomplished their mission in unchanging loyalty. On the foundation of their heart-and-zeal, Joshua sent two men into Jericho to spy on the city (Josh. 2:1). After having accomplished their mission the two men reported in faith, saying, “Truly the Lord has given all the land into our hands; and moreover all the inhabitants of the land are fainthearted because of us.” (Josh. 2:24). Then, all the descendants of Israel born in the wilderness believed the words of the spies. Through their faith, they could indemnify the sin of their forefathers, who had not been able to accomplish their 40-day spying in accordance with God’s will.

In this manner, the internal Israelites, having pledged at the risk of their lives to obey Joshua who stood on the foundation for the tabernacle, could also stand on the same foundation with Joshua. Thus, through the “providence for the start”, which they had established centering on the spring of water from the rock, they restored the position of their forefathers, centering on Moses, who had fulfilled the “providence for the start”, through the three great signs and ten calamities in their second course. Therefore, just as the Israelites, centering on Moses, had accomplished the three-day course before crossing the Red Sea, the Israelites, centering on Joshua, also accomplished the three-day course before crossing the Jordan (Josh. 3:2). Meanwhile, just as the Israelites, after their three-day course, had been led to the Red Sea by the pillar of clouds and the pillar of fire, the Israelites centering on Joshua, also after their three-day course, were led to the Jordan by the ark of the covenant (Josh. 3:3, 3:8), which symbolized Jesus and the Holy Spirit, representing the pillar of cloud and the pillar of fire.

Just as the Red Sea had been split by the rod, opening the way for Moses and the people, the waters of the Jordan, overflowing the bank, were separated when the priests bearing the ark entered the stream (Josh. 3:16), and all Israel passed over the river on dry ground (Josh. 3:17). The rod was a representation of Jesus who was to come. The ark of the covenant, containing the two tablets of stone, together with manna and Aaron’s rod, was the substance symbolizing Jesus and the Holy Spirit. The fact that in the presence of the ark, the waters of the Jordan were separated and the Israelites were restored into the land of Canaan without difficulty foreshadowed that later, in the presence of Jesus and the Holy Spirit, the sinful world, symbolized by waters (Rev. 17:15), would be separated through judgment, and all the saints would accomplish the worldwide restoration into Canaan. At this time, God commanded Joshua, saying:

Take twelve men from the people, from each tribe a man, and command them, ‘Take twelve stones from here out of the midst of the Jordan, from the very place where the priests’ feet stood, and carry them over with you, and lay them down in the place where you lodge tonight.’. (Josh. 4:2-3)

The people came up out of the Jordan on the tenth day of the first month, and they encamped in Gilgal, on the east border of Jericho. And those twelve stones, which they took out of the Jordan, Joshua set up in Gilgal. (Josh. 4:19-20)

What did this foreshadow? As already discussed, the stone symbolized Jesus, who was to come. Therefore, the fact that the twelve men representing the twelve tribes honored the twelve stones, taken in the midst of the Jordan where the waters were cut off by the ark, showed that later the twelve disciples of Jesus, elected as representatives of the twelve tribes, should honor Jesus, in the midst of a sinful world, separated into good and evil, according to the words of Jesus.

After they had taken the twelve stones and set them up in the camp in land of Canaan, Joshua said:

…so that all the people of the earth may know that the hand of the Lord is mighty; that you may fear the Lord your God for ever. (Josh. 4:24)

This foreshadowed that only when the twelve disciples of Jesus later should become one, in one place, with complete unity of mind and will, would the worldwide restoration be accomplished, and the almightiness of God be praised through eternity.

Just as Jacob had set up the altar of stone wherever he had been, the representatives of the twelve tribes, who were the descendants of Jacob’s twelve sons, also set up the altar of prayer to praise God by gathering twelve stones, showing that later a temple would be erected in a like manner. This showed us truly that the twelve disciples of Jesus ought to honor and serve Jesus, as the Temple, with all their zeal put together. Later, when his disciples failed to become one, Jesus said, “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.” (John 2:19). In fact, the twelve disciples failed to become one in harmony, and the betrayal of Judas Iscariot caused the destruction of Jesus, the Temple, through crucifixion; and in three days he was raised from death, and gathered again his scattered disciples. Then his disciples served and honored the resurrected Jesus only as the spiritual Temple. The substantial Temple will be established at the time of the Second Advent.

Just as the Israelites, when they commenced their second course towards the land of Canaan, observed the feast of Passover on the 14th day of the first month of the year before they journeyed (Ex. 12:17-18), the Israelites, centering on Joshua, who encamped in Gilgal, also observed the feast of passover on the 14th day of the first month of the year before journeying toward the fortified city of Jericho. When they began to live on the products of the land, God stopped feeding them with manna, after his 40 long years of care for them. From then on, they had to rely on what they cultivated by their own sweat. Even during the moment of breaking through the last toll-gate to the Satanic city, they had to fulfill their own portion of responsibility, which was man’s part. According to God’s commandment to the Israelites, 40,000 soldiers were in the vanguard, followed by seven chief priests marching with seven trumpets, who preceded the ark of the covenant, carried by the Levite priests (Josh. 3:3). then, the entire host of the Israelites marched in the rear line (Josh. 6:8-9).

As God had commanded them, the Israelites marched around the city in this formation for six days, making one tour each day; but there was no change caused in the city. They had to restore through indemnity in utter patience and obedience, the six-day period of creation which had been invaded by Satan. After having set up the six days through such obedience, on the seventh day, the seven priests with the seven trumpets marched around the city seven times blowing the trumpets, and Joshua said to the people, “Shout; for the Lord has given you the city!”. Upon his command the people raised a great shout, and the walls crumbled (Josh. 6).

This course showed us that later, through the power of Jesus and his disciples, the Satanic barrier between heaven and earth would fall down. Therefore, Joshua said:

Cursed before the Lord be the man that raises up and rebuilds the city, Jericho. At the cost of his firstborn shall he lay its foundation and at the cost of his youngest son shall he set up its gates. (Josh. 6:26)

because this Satanic barrier was never to be set up again.

Thus Joshua destroyed the enemy with an irresistible force, defeating 31 kings altogether (Joshua 12:9-24). This also foreshadowed that Jesus would come as the King of Kings and establish the earthly Kingdom of God, in unity, by destroying all the gentile kings, and unifying the peoples of the whole world.

(iii) The Foundation to Receive the Messiah

The Israelites failed in their second course of restoration into Canaan on the national level because they could not set up the 40-day spying period for the separation from Satan. Then, in order to indemnify this period again, they started their third course of restoration into Canaan on the national level, and after 40 years of wandering in the wilderness they came back to Kadesh-barnea. At this time, Moses could establish the foundation of faith for the third course and the Israelites could stand on the foundation for the tabernacle.

However, due to the faithlessness of the Israelites, and Moses’ striking the rock twice, both foundations were invaded by Satan. Therefore, the external Israelites who had left Egypt centering on Moses were all destroyed in the wilderness; but Joshua and Caleb could establish the foundation for the tabernacle, because they set up the 40-day spying period of separation from Satan with faith and loyalty, based upon the foundation of faith and the foundation of faith for the tabernacle, which had been established by Moses in the second course. Thus, the external Israelites, centering on Moses, all died in the wilderness. But the internal Israelites, born during their life in the wilderness when they exalted and served the tabernacle, could cross the Jordan bearing the ark of the covenant in utter loyalty, centering on Joshua in place of Moses. Then, having destroyed the city of Jericho, they entered Canaan, the land of their desire.

Thus the foundation of substance in the third course of restoration into Canaan on the national level was established. Accordingly, the foundation to receive the Messiah for this course was also laid. After the foundation to receive the Messiah on the family level, established by Abraham, and after the indemnity course of the 400-year slavery in Egypt, caused by Abraham’s failure in the offering, the foundation to receive the Messiah on the national level was established. Meanwhile, fallen men at that time erected a powerful kingdom; that is, Egypt, centering on Satan, and they held their stand against the heavenly providence of restoration. As already discussed (cf. Part II, Ch. 1, Sec. III, 3–279), the Messiah could not come before the kingdom was built on the side of God, which could cope with Satan, even though the foundation to receive the Messiah on the national level centering on Joshua had been established. However, the internal Israelites, having entered Canaan, again fell into faithlessness, and the providence was prolonged again, until the time of Jesus.

Sheba: the Queen of the South

Sheba: the Queen of the South

 

The Fifth Voice of Woe Unsealed:

The Fifth Voice of  Woe can be found on pages 339-342 in

the “Divine Principle”

The Failure of the Providence of Restoration centering on Moses:

 LESSONS LEARNED FROM MOSES’ COURSE

In the long course of history since the time of Moses up to the present moment, numerous saints, serving the divine will, have repeatedly read the Biblical record with respect to Moses. However, they thought these words were merely the record of Moses’ history, and there has not been a single man among them who knew that God intended to teach us, through Moses, certain secrets concerning His providence of restoration. Even Jesus only intimated it by saying, “Truly, truly, I say to you, the Son can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees the Father doing.” (John 5:19), and left unclarified the fundamental meaning of Moses’ course (John 16:12).

We have clarified already how Moses went through the typical or formulary course for the providence of restoration. The fact that his course foreshadowed the course which Jesus was later to tread will be made clearer in comparison with Section III of this chapter. Looking into God’s providence centering on Moses, alone, we cannot deny the fact that God is behind human history, leading it toward one absolute purpose. Next, Moses’ course shows us that the degree of man’s accomplishment of his own portion of responsibility would decide the success or failure of God’s predestination. Even God’s predestined will could not succeed, centering on a particular person, if and when the person set up for the predestination should fail to accomplish his own portion of responsibility. God predestined His will to have Moses lead the people of Israel into the land of Canaan, flowing with milk and honey, and commanded Moses to do so. Nevertheless, when he and his people had failed to accomplish their responsibility, only Joshua and Caleb, out of all the Israelites who had left Egypt, entered Canaan, and the rest of them all died in the wilderness.

Moses’ course also shows us that God does not interfere in man’s portion of responsibility, but deals only with the result. God had led the Israelites with wonderful miracles and signs, but He interfered in neither the people’s act of making the idol of the golden calf while Moses was on the mountain receiving the tablets of stone, nor in Moses’ act of striking the rock twice, because these were their own portions of responsibility which they had to accomplish by themselves.

On the other hand, God showed us, through Moses’ course, the absoluteness of His predestined will. It is positive and absolute for God to fulfill the will He once predestined. Therefore, when Moses failed to fulfill his responsibility, God set up Joshua in his place and finally fulfilled the will he once predestined. In this way, if a person whom God has set up in the position of Abel should fail to accomplish his mission, the person who has been loyal in the position of Cain would replace him, succeeding the mission of Abel. Jesus meant this when he said, “…the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and men of violence take it by force.” (Matt. 11:12).

Still another lesson that Moses’ course teaches us is that the greater a man’s mission, the heavier the temptations he may be offered. Since the first human couple fell by not believing in God and by rebelling against Him, the personage in charge of restoration of the foundation of faith had to overcome the temptation or suffering of God’s deserting him without care. Therefore, Moses was entitled to be the leader of the Israelites only after he had overcome the trial of God’s seeking to kill him (Ex. 4:24).

Even God cannot grant man grace unconditionally, because, originally, Satan came to possess man under the condition of the fall, and could accuse God of unfairness if grace were given without a corresponding temptation. Therefore, when God grants man grace, He is sure to give him a temptation, either preceding or following (or both) the grace, in order to prevent Satan’s accusation.

To take examples from Moses’ course: Moses was granted the grace of the first Exodus only after his suffering of 40 years in Pharaoh’s palace. He was again granted the grace of the second Exodus only after suffering 40 years in the wilderness of Midian (Ex. 4:20). God granted Moses the three great signs and the miracles of ten calamities (Ex. 4:24-25). There came the grace of the pillar of clouds and the pillar of fire (Ex. 13:21) only after the suffering of the three-day course (Ex. 10:22). On the other hand, only after the suffering while crossing the Red Sea (Ex. 14:21-22) could the gift of manna and quail come (Ex. 16:13), and only after the suffering through the fight against the Amalekites (Ex. 17:10) came the grace of the tablets of stone, the tabernacle, and the ark of the covenant (Ex. 31:18-40:38). Again, only after the suffering of 40 years wandering in the wilderness (Num. 14:33) was there the grace of the water from the rock (Num. 20:8), and only after the suffering of the fiery serpent (Num. 21:6) was there the grace of the bronze serpent (Num. 21:9). Thus we can see that Moses’ course teaches us many lessons.

 

A figure who said he met my Father Jesus in 1946 on Gansan Mountain....and given the title of "Israel"

The Real Brains Behind the Exposition of the Numerical Parallels

seen in the Divine Principle: Baek Kim Moon

The Origin of the Chart in Divine Principle: by Baek Kim Moon

The Origin of the Chart in Divine Principle: by Baek Kim Moon

Baek Kim Moon,  who said he met my Father Jesus in 1946 on Gansan Mountain

….and was given the title of “Israel”.

Something which Rev. Moon also “borrowed”,

albeit in a “changed” fashion

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The Golden Calf: Then and Now

The Golden Calf: Then and Now

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The National Level: Moses and Israel

in the Providence of Salvation.

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A Biblical passage says, “Surely the Lord God does nothing without revealing his secret to his servants the prophets.” (Amos. 3:7). The Scriptures contain countless secrets concerning God’s providence of salvation. However, without knowing the principle of God’s providence, men have not been able to understand the secret meaning of the words in the Bible. Even a record of the life of a prophet in the Bible is not merely the history of the man, but is, in fact, an explanation of the way for fallen men to take. Here, we are going to study how God revealed the pattern of Jesus’ providential course for the salvation of mankind by having Jacob and Moses go through the providential course of restoration.

  PATTERN FOR THE SUBJUGATION OF SATAN

In the providence of restoration centering on Isaac’s family, the entire course of Jacob was a pattern for Moses’ course, and also was the pattern for Jesus’ eventual substantial course. This pattern also set the course for the Israelites and the whole of mankind, who were to subjugate Satan in order to fulfill the purpose of the providence of restoration.

 1. WHY GOD SET UP JACOB’S COURSE AND MOSES’ COURSE AS THE PATTERN FOR JESUS’ COURSE

The purpose of the providence of restoration is to be fulfilled ultimately by man’s becoming able to naturally subjugate Satan and to dominate him through the fulfillment of his own portion of responsibility. Jesus came with the mission of the Messiah as a perfect human ancestor, in order to pioneer the final course for the subjugation of Satan and to have all the saints follow this course.

Satan, who had not obeyed nor surrendered even to God, would by no means obey and surrender to Jesus as the human ancestor, much less to the saints. Therefore, God, taking responsibility in the Principle for His having created men, set up the symbolic course to subjugate Satan through Jacob’s pattern.

Moses could subjugate Satan by going through the “image” course with Jacob’s course as the pattern, because God foreshadowed through Jacob the typical course to subjugate Satan. Jesus, as well, could subjugate Satan by going through the substantial course, with the course of Moses as the pattern, for Moses had trodden the course shown by Jacob. All the saints, too, could subjugate and dominate Satan by going through the same course.

When Moses said that God would raise up a prophet like himself (Acts 3:22), he meant that Jesus would have to walk the providential course of restoring Canaan on a worldwide level, using Moses’ course as the pattern. The Bible says, “The Son can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees the Father doing; for whatever He does, that the Son does likewise.” (John 5:19). The Biblical meaning is that Jesus was going through the very course God had revealed through Moses. Thus, Moses became the model for Jesus’ later actions (Acts 3:22).

 2. MOSES’ COURSE AND JESUS’ COURSE, AFTER THE PATTERN OF JACOB’S COURSE

Jacob’s course enabled him to subjugate Satan. The course to subjugate Satan must be followed in a way reverse to that in which Satan invaded. Let us now study Moses’ course and Jesus’ course which they went through with Jacob’s course as their pattern.

(1) Man originally should have kept God’s commandment not to eat of the fruit at the risk of his life. by failing to overcome the temptation offered by the archangel, he fell. In order for Jacob to complete the restoration of Canaan on the family level by restoring the foundation to receive the Messiah when he had returned to Canaan with his family and wealth from Haran, he had to win a victory by trial in fighting against Satan at the risk of his life. to overcome such a trial, Jacob fought the angel at the ford of Jabbok. By defeating the angel, he received the name of Israel (Gen. 32:25-28). God tested Jacob by placing the angel in the position of Satan. The purpose was not to drive Jacob into misery. God’s purpose for the trial was to set Jacob up as the lord of the restoration on the family level, by having him establish the position of Abel with his victory in the fight to restore dominion over the angel. The angelic world, also, was to be restored through the act of the angel in playing the main role in the trial.

In the case of Moses, in order for him to become the lord of the restoration of Canaan on the national level, returning to Canaan with the Israelites, he had to overcome a trial in which God tired to kill him (Ex. 4:24). If man had been given the trial not by God but by Satan, he would fall prey to Satan if he were defeated. Therefore, we must know it is from God’s love of man that He would test man from His side. Jesus, too, had to win the fight against Satan at the risk of his life in the 40 days of temptation in the wilderness (Matt. 4:1-11).

(2) Jacob had to set up the condition to remove the fallen nature, because this came about due to Satan’s invasion of man’s flesh and spirit. Therefore, Jacob had to restore Abel’s position in setting up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature by taking the birthright from Esau, at the cost of bread and the pottage of lentils (Gen. 25:34), which symbolized the flesh and spirit.

For the same purpose, God intended, in Moses’ course, to have the Israelites set up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature by feeding them quail and manna (Ex. 16:13), symbolizing the flesh and the spirit and through this giving them a strong sense of gratitude and the consciousness of being God’s elect so that they might obey Moses.

Jesus said:

Your fathers ate the manna in the wilderness and they died…I say to you unless you eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink his blood, you have no life in you. (John 6:49-53)

signifying that he, too, walked in the same course as the pattern previously established by Jacob and Moses. This means that fallen men cannot restore the original nature endowed at the creation unless they serve him and minister to him as the Messiah after they set up the condition of indemnity on the worldwide level to remove the fallen nature by believing in and obeying Jesus, who was in the position of John the Baptist (cf. Part II, Ch. 2, Sec. III, 2.1–347).

(3) Due to man’s fall, even man’s dead body was invaded by Satan. Jacob’s body, already sanctified with the blessing, was embalmed for 40 days to set up the condition for his body to also be separated from Satan by the victory in the battle against him (Gen. 50:3). With Moses, who walked a course after this pattern, there also was a dispute concerning the location of his body after death (Jude 9). After the death of Jesus, there also were problems concerning his body (Matt. 28:12-13).

(4) Due to the fall of the first human ancestors, Satan invaded man during his growth period. In order to restore this, through indemnity, God has worked His providence to set up the number representing the period as follows (cf. Part II, Ch. 3, Sec. II, 4–381): there was a three-day period of separation from Satan when Jacob returned from Haran into the land of Canaan (Gen. 31:22); there was also a three-day period of the same kind when Moses returned from Egypt into Canaan leading the Israelites (Ex. 5:3); and Joshua, too, could cross the river Jordan only after the three-day period (Josh. 3:2). Jesus also had the three-day period in the tomb (Luke 18:33) for the separation from Satan in his spiritual course of the restoration of Canaan on the worldwide level.

In order to horizontally restore through indemnity, in the generation of Jacob, the vertical conditions of indemnity ranging over 12 generations from Noah to Jacob, that had been delivered in Satan’s hands, Jacob had to have 12 sons (Gen. 35:22). Therefore, Moses had 12 tribes (Ex. 24:4), and Jesus had 12 disciples (Matt. 10:1).

In order to set up the condition of indemnity to separate Satan, who had invaded the 7-day period of creation, Jacob had 70 family members (Gen. 46:27), Moses had 70 elders (Ex. 24:1) and Jesus had 70 disciples, each group respectively playing the central role in each course (Luke 10:1).

(5) The staff, being a symbolic representation of the will to smite injustice, to lead the way, and to support, symbolized the Messiah to come (cf. Part II, Ch. 2, Sec. II, 2.2–301). Therefore, the fact that Jacob entered the land of Canaan across the Jordan leaning on the staff which had such a profound meaning (Gen. 32:10), foreshadowed that fallen men would enter the ideal world of creation traversing the sinful world by smiting injustice, following the example of the Messiah, and by being led by him and by leaning on him. Therefore, Moses led the Israelites across the Red Sea with his staff (Ex. 14:16), while Jesus, too, had to lead the whole of mankind into God’s ideal world of creation across the troubled sea of this world with a rod of iron representing himself (Rev. 2:27, 12:5).

(6) Eve’s sin formed the root of all sin, and her sin became fruitful when Cain killed Abel. According to the principle of restoration through indemnity, a mother and a son have to effect separation from Satan in mutual cooperation, because Satan invaded man through a mother and a son, thus producing the fruit of sin. Accordingly, Jacob could separate from Satan after the blessing, because his mother cooperated with him in a positive way (Gen. 27:43). Without his mother’s cooperation, Moses, too, could not have served God’s will (Ex. 2:2). Jesus, too, had the cooperation of his mother, who took refuge in Egypt, with her son, escaping from King Herod, who sought to kill him (Matt. 2:13).

(7) The central figure responsible to accomplish the will for the providence of restoration must go through the course of restoration from the Satanic world to the Heavenly world. Therefore, Jacob walked the course of restoration from Haran, the Satanic world, into the land of Canaan (Gen. 31:17-21). Moses walked the course of restoration from Egypt, the Satanic world, into the blessed land of Canaan (Ex. 3:8). Jesus also had to take refuge in Egypt, immediately after his birth, and then returned, in order to go through the same course (Matt. 2:13).

(8) The ultimate purpose of the providence of restoration is to destroy Satan. Therefore, Jacob buried the idols under the oak tree (Gen. 35:4), while Moses burnt the idol of the golden calf with fire, ground it to powder, scattered the powder upon the water making the people of Israel drink it (Ex. 32:20). Jesus, too, had to destroy this sinful world by subjugating Satan with his words and power (cf. Part I, Ch. 3, Sec. III, 2.2–114).

SECTION II –  THE PROVIDENCE OF RESTORATION CENTERING ON MOSES

 1. THE GENERAL VIEW OF THE PROVIDENCE OF RESTORATION CENTERING ON MOSES

The providence of restoration centering on Moses was to be accomplished on the foundation to receive the Messiah, which had already been established in the providence of restoration centering on Abraham. However, Moses was no exception to the principle of restoration in that he had to build the foundation to receive the Messiah after having restored through indemnity both the foundation of faith and the foundation of substance. Since the central figures in charge of the providence changed, the new persons could not fulfill the will of the providence of restoration without carrying out their own portions of responsibility. Besides, the scope of the providence was broadened from the family level to the national level. However, in the providence of restoration centering on Moses as shown by the following records, the contents of the condition of indemnity for the establishment of this foundation were changed greatly, compared with the previous ones.

 (1) The Foundation of Faith

 (i) The Central Figure to Restore the Foundation of Faith

Moses was the central figure to restore the foundation of faith in the course of the Israelites’s returning to the blessed land of Canaan after the 400 years of slavery in Egypt which had come about due to Abraham’s failure in the symbolic offering. Before knowing how Moses established the foundation of faith, we must first know in what respects Moses was different from other personages, such as Adam, Noah or Abraham, who had been trying to restore the foundation of faith in the providential course before Moses.

First we should know that Moses was in the place of God, substituting for God Himself. Therefore, God told Moses that he should be as God to Aaron, the prophet of the Israelites (Ex. 4:16). Again, God told Moses that He would make him a God to Pharaoh (Ex. 7:1).

Second, Moses was the model for Jesus, who was to come in the future. As discussed above, God made Moses as God before Aaron and Pharaoh. However, since Jesus is God in the flesh, the expression that “God made Moses as God” signifies that God set him up to walk the course that Jesus was to later walk. In this manner, Moses was the model for Jesus and pioneered the way for Jesus, just as John the Baptist had to make straight the way of Jesus (John 1:23). Let us now study how Moses walked this course.

Moses, as a descendant of Jacob, who had established the foundation to receive the Messiah, was not only the central personage for restoration, but also the one who walked figuratively the model course of Jacob which Jesus was to walk later. Moses was also standing on the foundation established by Joseph in the course of Jacob’s family’s entry into Egypt.

Joseph was another model for Jesus. Joseph was the son born of Rachel, who was Jacob’s wife on the Heavenly side, and was the younger brother to the sons of Leah. Joseph, who was in the position of Abel, barely escaped death when his elder brothers, who were in Cain’s position, plotted to kill him. However, he was sold to a merchant; he went into Egypt ahead of all. He became the prime minister of the country at the age of 30. Then his brothers and his parents came to Egypt and bowed before him (in surrender) just as heaven had instructed in his childhood (Gen. 37:5-11). On that foundation in the providential course, the Israelites’ course of slavery in Egypt for the separation from Satan began. This course of Joseph foreshadowed that Jesus would come later to the Satanic world, and, after becoming the King of Kings at the age of 30, through the way of suffering, he would subjugate the whole of mankind, including his forefathers, and separate them from the Satanic world, thus restoring them all to the Heavenly side. Thus Joseph’s whole life was the very model for the path of Jesus.

On the other hand, Moses’ birth, growth and death were also the model for what Jesus was to go through. Moses at birth was on the verge of being killed by Pharaoh. After his mother raised him in concealment, he went into Pharaoh’s palace and was brought up safely among his foes. In like manner, Jesus also was at the point of being killed by King Herod. After his mother took him into Egypt and raised him in concealment, he was brought back into the dominion of King Herod and was brought up in safety even among his foes. Further, nobody knew the whereabouts of Moses’ body after his death (Deut. 34:6). This, too, was the pattern for what was going to happen to Jesus’ body.

Furthermore, Moses’ course of restoration into Canaan on the national level was the true model for the worldwide course of restoration into Canaan, which Jesus was going to walk later. We can well understand that Moses was thus the model for Jesus from Biblical passages, which say:

I will raise up for them a prophet like you from among their brethren…and whoever will not give heed to my words which he shall speak in my name, I myself will require it of him. (Deut. 18:18-19)

Again, the Bible says (John 5:19) that Jesus can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees the Father doing. This also signifies that God had already shown through Moses what Jesus was going to do in the future.

 (ii) Conditional Objects to Restore the Foundation of Faith

Moses, as discussed above, was standing in a position different from that of the other central figures who had restored the foundation of faith in the providential course before him. Therefore, Moses could restore through indemnity the foundation of faith, merely by having established the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan, centering on God’s words, even without offering the symbolic sacrifice as Abel, Noah, or Abraham did.

First, Moses stood on the foundation of having completed the providence through symbolic offerings established by Abel’s, Noah’s and Isaac’s having succeeded three times in the symbolic offerings.

Second, the offering was the conditional object which was set up in place of the words, because fallen men became unable to receive God’s words directly. At the time of Moses, the symbolic offering for the foundation of faith became unnecessary. Because the providential period for the foundation of restoration (pre-Abramic age), in which the foundation of faith was restored by setting up the offering as the conditional object, had passed into the providential age of restoration (Old Testament Age) in which man could receive God’s Word directly.

Third, since the providence centering on Adam’s family had been prolonged on and on, conditions had to be set up to restore through indemnity the providential age which had been thus prolonged due to the invasion of Satan. In order for Noah to establish the foundation of faith through the ark, the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan became necessary. Abraham, too, could offer the symbolic sacrifice to establish the foundation of faith only after he had placed himself on the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan, having restored through indemnity the 400-year period. The Israelite nation suffered 400 years of slavery in Egypt in order to restore through indemnity the foundation of faith invaded by Satan due to Abraham’s failure in the offering, by restoring through indemnity the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan.

Thus, in the providential age of restoration, the foundation of faith was supposed to be restored if one could stand, centering on God’s Word in place of offerings, on the 40-day foundation of separation from Satan.

 (2) The Foundation of Substance

In the providential age for the foundation of restoration, God operated His providence of establishing the foundation of substance on the family level. However, in the providential age of restoration, God worked His providence of establishing the foundation of substance on the national level. Meanwhile, Moses, who was to restore the foundation of faith on the national level, was in the position of Jesus because he was the substitute for God (Ex. 4:16, 7:1). For that reason, Moses was in the position of parent (father) to the Israelite nation. Moses was also in the position of child to Jesus, as a prophet with the mission of pioneering the way of Jesus. Therefore, he was also able to stand in the position of Abel, as the central figure to establish the foundation of substance on the national level.

Abel could establish his own position for the substantial offering along with the foundation of faith, which Adam should have established, by being successful in his offering, because Abel offered sacrifices from the position of a parent (father) in place of Adam. According to the same principle, Moses, being in the position of both parent and child at the same time, could establish the position of Abel (who was to offer the substantial offering) from the position of a child, if and when he had restored through indemnity the foundation of faith from the position of a parent.

In this way, after Moses had established the position of Abel, if the Israelites had set up the condition of indemnity on the national level to remove the fallen nature, through Moses, from the position of Cain, the foundation of substance on the national level would have been established.

 (3) The Foundation to Receive the Messiah

If and when Moses had restored through indemnity the foundation of faith on the national level and the Israelites, centering on Moses, had restored through indemnity the foundation of substance on the national level, that would have become the foundation on the national level to receive the Messiah.

If the Israelites, on that foundation, had received the Messiah, removed the original sin through rebirth, and restored the original nature endowed at the creation by becoming one body with God in heart and feeling, they would have been able to become “perfected substantial individuals”.

 

 

The Cosmic Grail of the Regeneration

The Cosmic Grail of the Regeneration

My Servant John

The Providence of Restoration at the National Level

in the correct Light

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Few indeed would countenance the errors Rev. Moon made in the earthshattering book “Divine Principle”, simply because only one who is greater can restore one who is lesser, the lesser cannot restore the greater. Rev. Moon counted on this when he placed many plain textual errors in his book, albeit some may have occurred unconsciously, because he was trying to alter the Design of Providence to suit his own ends, as Hyo Jin told me in Bay City; these were for his goal of exalting Korea by degrading America, as even Young Oon Kim and many others knew when he changed the original text she had written as “The Red Book”, in which she said he was the Messenger John the Baptist; to the adulterated text of 1973 version called “The Black Book” she was not allowed to rewrite, but which was given to someone else to do under his direction, which now said he was the Messiah: as the Lamb of God.
 
The Bod of Sarah represented something called "The Kingdom"

The Body of Sarah represented something called “The Kingdom”

 

 

 

 

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The Lamp that “Burned and Shined”: Part III, Abram and Abraham, the Tribal and Racial Levels at the 3rd and 4th Sealed Thunders of Rev. Moon Revealed

7 Sealed Thunders Part III

Revealing the Unknown Reality of Rev. Moon’s Role 

written in the Gospel and the Revelation of my Father : Part III

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The Tribal Level of Abram of Ur,

 and the Racial Level of Abraham of Salem

The Loyal Cain

Eliezer of Damascus: the First Heir

A look at the Dust of Ishmael,

and the Bride of Isaac’s Stars

My Father's Servant John: the Messenger of my Father Jesus; of that Day which comes as a Thief in the Night

My Father’s Servant John: the Messenger of my Father Jesus; of that Day which comes as a Thief in the Night

"Our little Sister hath no Breasts"

“Our little Sister hath no Breasts”

The Destiny of Sister Princess Maria Faustina of Poland

The Destiny of Sister Princess Maria Faustina of Poland

The Third and Fourth Sealed Thunders and

the 2 Unsealed Voices of Woe;

The Third and Fourth Failures of

The Providence of Salvation

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

 

“…. Seal up those things
which the seven thunders uttered,
and write them not  …..”
The "12 Gates of Heaven" emblem; the Seall of the Mission of Rev. Moon

The “12 Gates of Heaven” symbol; the Unsealing of the Seal of John: the Mission of Rev. Moon

Revelation 10:1-4 

1:   And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire:

2:   And he had in his hand a little book open : and he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth,

3And cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth : and when he had cried , seven thunders uttered their voices.

4:  And when the seven thunders had uttered their voices, I was about to write : and I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me,

“….Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered, and write them not…..”

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And why was John not to be allowed to write down the 7 voices of the 7 thunders???

Because that was for someone else to reveal, namely; Reverend Sun Myung Moon, as his portion of responsibility in restoring the position of Elijah held by John the Baptist.

Elijah was the Day Star ( seen as John: the Baptist ), of the Sun of Righteousness ( seen as Jesus: the Son of Man), seen as the two positions of Messenger and Messiah  first shown by Malachi, and later the position of the Messenger was restored by the Ascending Angel of Maitreya: Philip Sobul Love.
Philip came to this position after being given the Seal of Jehovah, and in  which I initiated him into the Seal of the Living God about Mary and Jehovah, as the Holy Spirit of God seen by John in the form of the Dove at the Jordan, as that Sign he was given about the Messiah being the one on whom the Dove would STAY at the Baptism.
This Divine Celestial Male Dove as “Jah” was that same one which united with Mary when she was transformed into the form of a Dove as ‘Zion”. Thus Jah was later seen by John as he came down on my Father at the Jordan, in my Father’s Baptism unto his Death.
This was all revealed to me by the Angel in 1986 in the House of Ruth, my grandmother; the Owl of Athena known as Sophia; as concerning the restoring and reversing of the mistakes the Unification Church made following Rev. Moon, who also repeated the exact pattern of the fall of John the Baptist quite tragically, and thus ended being “cut asunder” even as John was.
The Mystery of God is thus how that holy thing the Lamb was created by God, to become the Son of the God; which Philip Love then restored after having tied on the Khata of World Renunciation and Eternal Chastity, then Ascending to finally reach his position of understanding as “…an Angel standing in the Sun…”, that Sun being the “Sun of Righteousness” as the Son of man; written of in Revelation 19:17, and even now inviting all humanity to partake of the Supper of the Great God.
The scribe of Rev. Moon. Mrs. Young Oon Kim, perpetrator of the Doctrine of "Allowable" Adultery, and the marriage of Jesus to his Father, the Holy Spirit of God: Jehovah This is seen in her book "Unification Theology and Christian Thought"

The scribe of Rev. Moon. Mrs. Young Oon Kim, perpetrator of the Doctrine of “Allowable” Adultery, and the marriage of Jesus to his Father, the Holy Spirit of God: Jehovah
This is seen in her book “Unification Theology and Christian Thought

Few in America or the World know that Rev. Moon came to America in  1965 as
St. John the Baptist reborn, carrying out the Third Advent of Elijah …..

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The Third lord of Restoration: Abram

Unfortunately Rev. Moon was quite wrong about the Tribal Level he writes in his book “Divine Principle”: this was because it was Abram who God chose, not Abraham, because God had not given Abram the new name of Abraham until after he had restored his errors at the Altar, which means Abram represented the Tribal level whose fruit was Ishmael, and Abraham the correct Racial level, whose fruit was Isaac, in whom his seed was “called”.

Let us look at Genesis 15:1-4

After these things the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision, saying,

“…..Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield, your exceedingly great reward……..”

But Abram said,

Lord God, what will You give me, seeing I go childless, and the heir of my house is Eliezer of Damascus?”

Then Abram said,

“Look, You have given me no offspring; indeed one born in my house is my heir!”

And behold, the word of the Lord came to him, saying,

“This one shall not be your heir, but one who will come from your own body shall be your heir.”

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Rev. Moon and the Third Sealed Thunder:

The Missing Heir, the Absent Pigeon,

and the Real Significance of the Altar

The Third Voice of Woe Unsealed: the Failure of the Providence of Restoration centering on Abram’s Family:

( Seen on pages 283-4 of the Divine Principle, concerning the providential understanding about Abram’s failure. )

 

This Third Thunder can be found in the book ”Divine Principle” ,

on pages 261 to 283

A figure who said he met my Father Jesus in 1946 on Gansan Mountain....and given the title of "Israel"

The Real Brains Behind the Exposition of the Numerical Parallels

seen in the Divine Principle: Baek Kim Moon

The Origin of the Chart in Divine Principle: by Baek Kim Moon

The Origin of the Chart in Divine Principle: by Baek Kim Moon

Baek Kim Moon,  who said he met my Father Jesus in 1946 on Gansan Mountain

….and was given the title of “Israel”.

Something which Rev. Moon also “borrowed”,

albeit in a “changed” fashion

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The Tribal Level and the Racial  Level:

The grave error of Rev. Moon in the difference between Abram and Abraham

 at the Tribal and Racial levels

in the Providence of Salvation.

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My Servant John and his Elucidation on the Error of Rev. Moon

with Ishmael and Isaac;

 as of the Dust of Abram with Hagar,

 and the Stars of Abraham with Sarah

The Cosmic Grail of the Regeneration

The Cosmic Grail of the Regeneration

My Servant John

The Providence of Restoration at the Tribal and Racial Levels

in their correct Light

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Few indeed would countenance the errors Rev. Moon made in the earthshattering book “Divine Principle”, simply because only one who is greater can restore one who is lesser, the lesser cannot restore the greater. Rev. Moon counted on this when he placed many plain textual errors in his book, albeit some may have occurred unconsciously, because he was trying to alter the Design of Providence to suit his own ends, as Hyo Jin told me in Bay City; these were for his goal of exalting Korea by degrading America, as even Young Oon Kim and many others knew when he changed the original text she had written as “The Red Book”, in which she said he was the Messenger John the Baptist; to the adulterated text of 1973 version called “The Black Bok” she was not allowed to rewrite, but which was given to someone else to do under his direction, which now said he was the Messiah: as the Lamb of God.
But to really correct his multiple errors in this chapter about the Altar of Abraham and all the rest, we have to look at where exactly Rev. Moon went off the beam in his explanation of the Course of Abram, and how he became Abraham, “Father of Faith”.
The Bod of Sarah represented something called "The Kingdom"

The Body of Sarah represented something called “The Kingdom”

The Three Heirs of Abraham,

the story of the Original Friend of the Bridegroom

 

The Restoration of the Loyal Cain: Eliezer of Damascus

Rev. Moon never mentions Eliezer, but the entire upshot of how Isaac of the Stars and Ismael of the Dust came about; and the curious way in which how after the Lamb was killed Israel became “the Dust”, and Islam became “the Stars”, is too important a subject to be left covered up and forgotten.

First let us look at the text of Genesis 15 and see how the Steward Eliezer of Damascus had such importance.

 

 God’s Covenant with Abram

Genesis 15:1-4

After these things the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision, saying,

“…..Do not be afraid, Abram.

I am your shield, your exceedingly great reward……..”

But Abram said,

“Lord God, what will You give me, seeing I go childless, and the heir of my house is Eliezer of Damascus?

Then Abram said,

“Behold, to me thou hast given no seed: and, lo, one of my servants is my heir!”

And behold, the word of the Lord came to him, saying,

“This one shall not be your heir, but one who will come from your own body shall be your heir.”

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Rev. Moon overlooked this utmost critically important figure who was the first “restored’ or “Loyal Cain”, since he curiously was in the “eldest Son” position of the “first born” even though a servant, thus an unknown figure to Rev. Moon and all but the most dedicated scholars; since Eliezer was entrusted with the mission of bringing Isaac his bride by Abram himself, as Abram was told by God when he was then 90 years old that Eliezer would not be his heir, as a servant born in his house, but that his heir would be of his own flesh and blood.

It was this mission which was to have John the Baptist’s role with Jesus, in bringing him the Bride as of the entire Nation of Israel. But John never went to the Tempe of God, and pronounced the Advent of Jesus publically. Instead, he told people the Messiah was coming; BUT as soon as he found out it was his relative Jesus: he went into seclusion and then came out attacking Herod Antipas for having his brother’s wife, Herodias who had been his own stepmother. But Herodias was Jezebel, as Herod was Ahab, Elijah’s old enemies. But since John had denied he was Elijah, despite having been told that the one whom he saw the Dove stay on at Baptism, that Dove who was the Holy Spirit Jehovah, he still denied the entire purpose for which he had been conceived.

And by going up alone against Herodias, he himself was killed by Jezebel who was present in the body of Herodias, even as Elijah was present in the body of John. Thus did Jezebel kill her old nemesis; Elijah.

But let us look at Rev. Moon’s own discussion about Abraham; before: and after, the Altar.

Now Ishmael was born to Abram when he was 86 years old, the child begotten with Hagar, his wife’s handmaid. Isaac…when he was 99

”….It has been stated that God intended to fulfill, at the same time, the whole providence represented by formation, growth and perfection, by having Abraham offer a successful symbolic sacrifice of three kinds on one altar. When Abraham failed, God’s providence was extended through him to Isaac and Jacob, three generations.

(ii) Abraham’s Offering of Isaac

After Abraham’s failure in the symbolic offering God ordered him to offer his only son Isaac as a burnt offering (Gen. 22:2), by which God commenced a new providence to restore through indemnity the failure of Abraham’s symbolic offering. According to the theory of predestination in the Principle, God does not use for a second time a person who is called for a certain mission and fails to carry out his own portion of responsibility. How, then, could God work His providence through the offering of Isaac to restore Abraham’s failure in his symbolic offering when his failure in the symbolic offering annulled the will which was to be set up through the offering?

First, concerning God’s providence to restore the foundation to receive the Messiah, the providence centering on Adam’s family was the first one, while the providence centering on Noah’s family was the second, and that centering on Abraham’s family was the third. The number “three” is the number of perfection (cf. Part II, Ch. 3, Sec. II, 4–381), and since the providence through Abraham was the third time for the providence of restoring the foundation to receive the Messiah, there was a condition in the Principle for the fulfillment of this providence. Therefore, Abraham could restore all the objects or conditions lost symbolically, due to the failure in the symbolic offering, by offering his own son as a substantial offering, thus setting up a condition of indemnity far greater in value than the previous condition.

Second, as already noted, the position of Abraham in offering the sacrifices was that of Adam. At that time Satan invaded two generations in succession by profaning Adam and his son Cain. Naturally, according to the principle of restoration through indemnity, the providence of taking back the two generations of Abraham and his son was possible on the Heavenly side.

Third, Adam could not offer the sacrifices directly before God, but Noah, standing on the foundation of Abel’s heart, which enabled the success in the symbolic offering of the formation stage while he was in the position of Adam, could directly offer the symbolic offering of the ark. In this way, Abraham was called both on the foundation of Abel, who had been successful in the symbolic offering of the formation stage, and of Noah, who had succeeded in the symbolic offering of the growth stage. On that level, he offered the symbolic offering of the perfection stage. Therefore, although Abraham failed in the symbolic offering, God could have him offer the sacrifice again on the condition of the historical foundation of heart-and-zeal, since Abel and Noah had succeeded in the symbolic offering.

At the time of offering Isaac as the sacrifice, Abraham had set up the condition of faith for the offering of Isaac by establishing the symbolic condition of indemnity to restore Adam’s family, just as he had done at the time of his symbolic offering. Therefore, Abraham planned with his wife, Sarah, to pretend to be in the position of brother and sister. After having been deprived of his wife by Abimelech, King of Gerar, he took his wife back again from the king. This time Abraham took both his wife and slaves, symbolizing mankind, and wealth, symbolizing all things (Gen. 20:1-16).

How, then, did Abraham offer Isaac as the sacrifice? When, in obedience to God’s command with an absolute faith, Abraham was about to sacrifice his only son Isaac, whom he had received as a blessing, as a burnt offering, God commanded him not to lay his hand on the lad and said, “…now I know that you fear God…” (Gen. 22:12). Abraham’s heart-and-zeal toward God’s will and his resolution to slay his son arising from his absolute faith, obedience and loyalty, caused him to stand in a position equal to having killed Isaac; therefore, he could separate Satan from Isaac. Accordingly, God commanded Abraham not to kill the child, because Isaac, being separated from Satan, already stood on the side of heaven. We must know that when God said, “now I know”, He emphasized the mixture of His reproach for Abraham’s mistake in the symbolic offering, and His joy over his success in the offering of Isaac.

In this manner, God’s providence of restoration centering on Abraham’s family was to be fulfilled through Isaac by Abraham’s success in the offering of Isaac. It took a three-day period for Abraham to offer his son as a burnt sacrifice on Mt. Moriah so that he might start a new providential course by separating Isaac from Satan to the Heavenly side. This three-day period continued as a period necessary for the separation of Satan before starting a new providential course. Jacob, too, had a three-day period of separation from Satan before he started the course of restoration of Canaan on the family level by taking his family out of Haran (Gen. 31:20-22). Moses also had a three-day period of separation from Satan before he started the course of the restoration of Canaan on the national level by taking the Israelite nation out of Egypt (Ex. 8:27-29). Jesus, too, had a three-day period of separation from Satan in the tomb, before starting the course of the restoration of Canaan on the worldwide level spiritually. It is also to be noted that when the Israelites returned to Canaan, centering on Joshua, the ark of the covenant, which went before the main troops, journeyed a three-day course of separation from Satan (Num. 10:33).

 (iii) The Position of Isaac from the Standpoint of the Will, and His Symbolic Offering

It has previously been discussed in the detail that, despite Abraham’s failure in his symbolic offering, there still remained a condition in the Principle enabling the foundation to receive the Messiah to be laid, centering on Abraham. As clarified in the chapter on “Predestination”, however, the situation was such that God could not repeat His providence centering on Abraham, who had failed in carrying out his own portion of responsibility. In consequence, God had to regard Abraham in the position of not having failed, though he did fail in his symbolic offering. He had to regard the providence of restoration, prolonged after Abraham, in the position of not having been prolonged. For this purpose, God commanded Abraham to offer Isaac as a burnt offering.

God promised Abraham to call His chosen nation through Isaac, saying:

…your own son shall be your heir!’ And He brought him outside and said, ‘Look toward heaven and number the stars, if you are able to number them.’ Then He said to him, ‘So shall your descendants be.’. (Gen. 15:4-5)

In consequence, Abraham’s loyalty, demonstrated by his being ready to slay his son of promise upon God’s command, established the same condition as if he had killed himself, invaded by Satan due to the failure in his symbolic offering. Accordingly, the fact that God had Isaac survive means that Abraham himself was resurrected from his situation of having died, by separating himself from Satan, together with Isaac. Therefore, Abraham could separate himself from Satan, who had invaded him due to the failure in his symbolic offering, by succeeding in his offering of Isaac. Further, he could stand in a position of complete oneness with Isaac, centered on the will of God.

In this way, Abraham and Isaac, who survived death, though they were two individuals, were one body centered on the will of God. If Isaac should succeed in the providence, though the providence through Abraham failed and was prolonged to Isaac, Isaac’s success could equally be the success of Abraham himself, who was one body with Isaac. Accordingly, despite the fact that the providence was prolonged from Abraham to Isaac, due to Abraham’s failure in his symbolic offering, it became, seen from the viewpoint of the will, as though Abraham did not fail and the providence was not prolonged.

Nobody is sure of Isaac’s age at the time of the offering. But, from the fact that he could carry the wood to be used for the burnt offering (Gen. 22:6) and that he asked his father where the lamb for the burnt offering was (Gen. 22:7), Isaac apparently was old enough to understand the significance of the incident. We can again well imagine that Isaac had obeyed and cooperated with his father at the time of the burnt offering.

If Isaac, who was old enough to understand the situation, had resisted his father’s willingness to kill him for the burnt offering, God would not have accepted the offering of Isaac by any means. Abraham’s loyalty, combined with that of Isaac, which was not any less, caused the success of the offering of Isaac, thus enabling the separation from Satan to occur.

Consequently, centering on the offering, Abraham and Isaac both survived.

First, Abraham could restore through indemnity his position before his failure in the offering, by separating himself from Satan, who invaded him because of his failure in the symbolic offering.

From this position, he was able to pass on his providential mission to Isaac.

Second, Isaac, who inherited the divine mission from his father Abraham, by obeying him in complete surrender to the will, thus was enabled to set up the condition of faith for offering the symbolic sacrifice later.

In this way, the divine will was transmitted from Abraham to Isaac, and Abraham offered a ram for the burnt offering in place of Isaac, as it was written:

Abraham lifted up his eyes and looked, and behold, behind him was a ram, caught in a thicket by his horns; and Abraham went and took the ram, and offered it up as a burnt offering instead of his son. (Gen. 22:13)

This became, as it was, the symbolic offering set up in order to restore the foundation of faith centering on Isaac.

From the fact that Isaac carried the bundle of wood for the burnt offering, it can be concluded that he cooperated with Abraham when he offered the ram as the burnt offering.

Accordingly, even though Abraham offered the ram as the symbolic offering, the result, seen from the viewpoint of God’s will, was that Isaac himself offered the sacrifice because he succeeded his father’s mission by becoming one body with him.

In this manner, Isaac restored through indemnity the foundation of faith by being successful in the symbolic offering, from the position of substituting for Abraham, after inheriting his mission…..”

 

 
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This Third Thunder can be found in the book ”Divine Principle” ,

on pages 261 to 283

The Third Voice of  Woe can be found on pages 283-4

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

 

The Lamp that “Burned and Shined”: Part II, Rev. Moon and the 3rd Sealed Thunder “Unsealed”, the Revealing of the 3rd Voice of Woe by my Servant John: the Divine

 

 “….But and if that evil servant….”

Matthew 24:48

Revealing the Unknown Reality of Rev. Moon’s Role in the Gospel and the Revelation: Part II

The Tribal Level of the 70 of Abram of Ur,

 and

the Racial Level: the Stars of Isaac and the Dust of Ishmael

Abram of Ur… Abraham of Salem,

and Abrahm of India

My Father's Servant John: the Messenger of my Father Jesus; of that Day which comes as a Thief in the Night

My Father’s Servant John: the Messenger of my Father Jesus; of that Day which comes as a Thief in the Night

"Our little Sister hath no Breasts"

“Our little Sister hath no Breasts”

The Destiny of Sister Princess Maria Faustina of Poland

The Destiny of Sister Princess Maria Faustina of Poland

The Third Sealed Thunder and

the Unsealed Voice of Woe;

The Third Failure of

The Providence of Salvation

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

 

 From the Testimony of my Servant John:

Chapter 10 of the Revelation

And I saw another ‘MIGHTY ANGEL‘ come down from Heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a Rainbow was upon His head, and His face was as it were the Sun, and His feet as Pillars of Fire: and He had in His hand a ‘LITTLE BOOK’ open: and He set His right foot on the SEA, and His left foot on the EARTH, and cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth: and when He had cried ‘SEVEN THUNDERS‘ uttered their voices. And when the ‘SEVEN THUNDERS‘ had uttered their voices, I was about to write: and I heard a voice from Heaven saying unto me,
“…. Seal up those things
which the seven thunders uttered,
and write them not  …..”
The "12 Gates of Heaven" emblem; the Seall of the Mission of Rev. Moon

The “12 Gates of Heaven” symbol; the Unsealing of the Seal of John: the Mission of Rev. Moon

 

1:   And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire:

2:   And he had in his hand a little book open : and he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth,

3And cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth : and when he had cried , seven thunders uttered their voices.

4:  And when the seven thunders had uttered their voices, I was about to write : and I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me,

“….Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered, and write them not…..”

Revelation 10:1-4

And why was John not to be allowed to write down the 7 voices of the 7 thunders??? Because that was for someone else to reveal, namely; Reverend Sun Myung Moon, as his portion of responsibility in restoring the position of Elijah held by John the Baptist. Elijah was the Day Star ( seen as John: the Baptist ), of the Sun of Righteousness ( seen as Jesus: the Son of Man), seen as the two positions of Messenger and Messiah  first shown by Malachi, and later restored by the Ascending Angel of Maitreya: Philip Sobul Love.
Philip came to this position after being given the Seal of Jehovah, and in  which I initiated him into the Seal of the Living God about Mary and Jehovah, as the Holy Spirit of God seen by John in the form of the Dove at the Jordan, as that Sign he was given about the Messiah being the one on whom the Dove would STAY at the Baptism.
This Divine Celestial Male Dove as “Jah” was that same one which united with Mary when she was transformed into the form of a Dove as ‘Zion”. Thus Jah was later seen by John as he came down on my Father at the Jordan, in my Father’s Baptism unto his Death.
This was all revealed to me by the Angel in 1986 in the House of Ruth, my grandmother; the Owl of Athena known as Sophia; as concerning the restoring and reversing of the mistakes the Unification Church made following Rev. Moon, who also repeated the exact pattern of the fall of John the Baptist quite tragically, and thus being “cut asunder” even as John was.
The Mystery of God is thus how that holy thing the Lamb was created by God, to become the Son of the God; which Philip Love then restored after having tied on the Khata of World Renunciation and Eternal Chastity, then Ascending to finally reach his position of understanding as “…an Angel standing in the Sun…”, written of in Revelation 19:17, and even now inviting all humanity to partake of the Supper of the Great God.

“…a small one shall became a strong nation…”

….That nation which was South Korea

Isaiah

The Cup of The Grail

The Cup of The Grail

Few in America or the World know that Rev. Moon came to America in  1965 as
St. John the Baptist reborn, carrying out the Third Advent of Elijah …..

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The Third lord of Restoration: Abram

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Rev. Moon and the Third Sealed Thunder:

The Missing Pigeon of the Altar

The Third Voice of Woe Unsealed: the Third Failure of the Providence of Restoration centering on Abram’s Family:

( Seen on pages 283-4 of the Divine Principle, concerning the providential understanding about Abraham’s failure. )

 

This Third Thunder can be found in the book ”Divine Principle” ,

on pages 261 to 283

A figure who said he met my Father Jesus in 1946 on Gansan Mountain....and given the title of "Israel"

Baek Kim Moon,  who said he met my Father Jesus in 1946 on Gansan Mountain

….and was given the title of “Israel”

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( DIVINE PRINCIPLE
PART II
CHAPTER 1
PROVIDENTIAL AGE FOR THE FOUNDATION OF RESTORATION )

SECTION III – 

THE PROVIDENCE OF RESTORATION CENTERING ON ABRAHAM’S FAMILY

SECTION III –  THE PROVIDENCE OF RESTORATION CENTERING ON ABRAHAM’S FAMILY
Due to Ham’s fallen act, the providence of restoration centering on Noah’s family was not fulfilled. However, since God’s intention was to predestine absolutely and to fulfill the will to accomplish His purpose of creation, He called Abraham on the foundation of heart-and-zeal which Noah had established with his loyalty, and began again His providence of restoration, centering on Abraham’s family.
Therefore, Abraham should have restored the foundation to receive the Messiah, which Noah’s family had left unaccomplished, and should have actually received the Messiah on that foundation. Consequently, Abraham, too, should have restored through indemnity the foundation of faith, and, on it, he should have restored through indemnity the foundation of substance.
1. THE FOUNDATION OF FAITH
 (1) The Central Figure to Restore the Foundation of Faith.
The central figure to restore the foundation of faith in the providence of restoration centering on Abraham’s family was Abraham himself. Therefore, Abraham was chosen as the central personage to succeed and fulfill God’s will. Therefore, if Abraham did not restore through indemnity all the conditions invaded by Satan due to Ham’s sinful act, he would fail in carrying out God’s will centering on Noah, whose course he had been chosen to fulfill.
The first condition that Noah lost to Satan was the ten generations from Adam to Noah, plus the 40 days. Therefore, Abraham should have restored through indemnity that lost ten generations. Then he would have stood in the position of each of the ten, having restored the number “40” for the judgment. The calculation of 40 years for each generation to be restored through indemnity came about due to the failure of one generation (Noah’s) to be restored through a 40-day period. Later, in Moses’ course, the Israelites restored through indemnity the failure in the 40-day spying in Canaan by the 40-year period of wandering in the wilderness (Num. 14:34). God chose Abraham in place of Noah after the lapse of a 400-year period of indemnity through ten generations after Noah. In this way, by shortening the human life span after Noah, the age in which ten generations would be restored during a 1,600-year period was changed into an age in which ten generations could be restored during a 400-year period.
The second condition that Noah had to forfeit to Satan was the position of the father of faith plus the position of Ham, who was in the place of Abel.
( …  This is wrong, unfortunately; Ham was in the position of Cain; spiritually, Japheth in the position of Abel; spiritually, and Shem in the position of Seth; spiritually: this is seen at Isaiah, where he says “….Egypt my people,”  as Ham was the progenitor of the Hamitic Race, the father of Egypt and the first of nations, “…Assyria the work of my hands….( as when Assyria destroyed the northern kingdom of Israel when it fell to idolatry ).”, putting “Japheth the elder ( Genesis 10:21 ) squarely in the position of the second son, “and Israel mine inheritance ..”, with Shem in the third place as the progenitor of the Semitic Race, the father of Israel.
That Ham was really the youngest son can be seen at Genesis 9:24, when it says

“…And Noah awoke from his wine, and saw what his youngest son had done to him…”

Rev. Moon never studied the Septuagint version of the Old Testament, but rather looked at the Masoretic text, which was far inferior in scholarship…..)
Therefore, Abraham could not stand in the position of Noah, unless he restored through indemnity the position of Ham and of the father of faith. In order for Abraham to stand in the position of the father of faith, replacing Noah, he should have offered a symbolic sacrifice with faith and loyalty, just as Noah did by building the ark.
As stated above, God also had to leave Ham in Satan’s hands; Ham was in place of Abel, whom God loved (both were second sons playing the central roles in the substantial offerings). Therefore, God in turn had to take those who were in the position of being most loved by Satan according to the principle of restoration through indemnity. That is why God called Abraham, the first son of Terah, who was an idol-maker (Josh. 24:2-3).
Abraham was the personage of the restored Adam, because he was the substitute for Noah and, naturally, for Adam himself. Accordingly, God blessed Abraham, saying that his descendants would be multiplied, that a great nation would come from him, and that he would be the source of blessedness, just as He had earlier blessed Adam and Noah (Gen. 12:2). After this blessing, Abraham, in obedience to God’s command, left his father’s house in Haran and entered Canaan with his wife Sarah, his nephew Lot and all the wealth and people he could take from his homeland (Gen. 12:4-5).
((… Unfortunately Rev. Moon is quite wrong here: this was Abram who God chose, not Abraham, because God had not given Abram the new name of Abraham until after he had restored his errors at the Altar, which means Abram represented the Tribal level whose fruit was Ishmael, and Abraham the Racial level, whose fruit was Isaac, in whom his seed was “called”…. ))
In this way, God set Abraham’s course as the typical course for Jacob and Moses in later days; that is, to restore Canaan by taking there his wife, children and wealth, all of whom he had removed from the Satanic world (Haran and Egypt) under difficult circumstances.
This course foreshadowed the course for Jesus in future days, namely, to restore to God’s world all men and things taken from the Satanic world (cf. Part II, Ch. 2, Sec. I, 2–287).
 (2) The Conditional Objects to Restore the Foundation of Faith
 (i) The Symbolic Offering of Abraham
God commanded Abraham to offer sacrifices of a dove, ram, and heifer, (( this is wrong of course, as Rev. Moon omitted the pigeon to make the animals fit his theory of the sacrifice being for setting up ‘formation, growth and perfection’…which was also completely wrong, as I show )); all these being conditional things to restore the foundation of faith (Gen. 15:9). Just as Noah established his faith before offering his symbolic sacrifice of the ark, so Abraham had to first establish his faith before offering his symbolic sacrifice. The Bible does not contain any precise record of how Noah did this. However, the Bible says that Noah was a righteous man (Gen. 6:9), and we can imagine that he must have set up certain conditions of faith before he was righteous enough in God’s sight to be given the divine commandment to build the ark. In fact, the providence of restoration is to be realized through faith; for faith, and he who through faith is righteous, is recognized by God (Rom. 1:17). Let us now investigate what kind of faith Abraham established before offering his symbolic sacrifice.
Abraham had to restore the position of Noah, the second human ancestor. He had to stand in the position of Adam, too. Therefore, he had first to set up the symbolic condition of indemnity for the restoration of the position of Adam’s family before he offered the symbolic sacrifice.
According to Biblical verses (Gen. 12:10), Abraham once went down to Egypt because of a famine. When the Pharaoh of Egypt wanted to take his wife Sarah, Abraham, as planned beforehand, told the Pharaoh that she was his sister, lest the King should kill him if he found out that they were husband and wife. In this way, Sarah was taken by the Pharaoh from the position of Abraham’s sister, and after God’s chastisement of the Pharaoh, Abraham took back his wife, and also his nephew Lot, as well as abundant wealth. Abraham went on this providential course, though unconsciously, to set up the symbolic condition to restore through indemnity the position of Adam’s family.
The archangel took Eve while Adam and Eve were still in the position of brother and sister in their immaturity, thus forcing all created things, as well as their own children, to be under his dominion. In order for Abraham to set up the condition to restore through indemnity the above mentioned situation, he was deprived by Pharaoh, who symbolized Satan, of his wife Sarah, who was in the position of Abraham’s sister. Then he had to take back Sarah, in the position of his wife, together with Lot, symbolizing the whole of mankind, and his wealth, symbolizing the world of creation (Gen. 14:16). Abraham’s course thus was the course for Jesus to walk in later days. It was only after Abraham had set up such a condition of indemnity that he could offer the symbolic sacrifice with the dove, the ram and heifer.
What, then, does Abraham’s symbolic sacrifice mean? In order for Abraham to become the father of faith, he had to restore through indemnity the position of Noah whom God intended to set up as the father of faith, and of his family. Naturally, he had to stand also in the position of Adam and his family. So, he had to offer a conditional object as a symbol enabling him to restore through indemnity all the things which were supposed to be restored in Adam’s family, centering on the offerings of Cain and Abel. Further, he had to offer, as acceptable sacrifices before God, certain symbolic things to restore through indemnity all the things intended to be restored centering on the ark of Noah’s family. Abraham’s symbolic offerings were of such a nature.
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My Servant John and his Elucidation on the Errors of Rev. Moon 

"...For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout......."    I Thessalonians 4:16

“…For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout…….” I Thessalonians 4:16

The Missing Pigeon

on the Altar of Abraham 

in Rev. Moon’s Explanation

          Said John;  “This Thunder is obviously true in itself right up to the very last sentence, that being where Rev. Moon omits the Pigeon on the Altar with the Dove: and this is exactly where the problem begins for Rev. Moon in attempting to “restore” the real meaning of what the Sacrifice of Abraham at the Altar represented in the Design of Providence; because everything on that Altar represented the members of Abraham’s own family. The “she-goat” represented Hagar as Egypt; the “heifer” represented Sarah as the Promised Land; and the “ram” represented Abraham himself. Thepigeon” which Rev. Moon omits symbolized Ishmael; and the “dove” represented Isaac.”
 
In cutting these 5 creatures in half Abraham was therefore to restore the Fall itself symbolically, and the number 10 substantially; and because Rev. Moon failed in what is written here in presenting the correct interpretation God was kind enough to have His servant John, in the Holy Spirt of Truth arrive at my Grandmothers house in San Francisco in 1986, to show me, and perhaps others who might be interested; the actual significance of the 10 pieces of the Altar in a more expanded version. This was the real fact of the restoration of the number “10” for the 10 generations that were lost seen at the Altar.
     Originally the blood being drained from these 10 pieces the 5 were to be divided into meant dissolving the original sin present in all the blood relationships with the Angel of the Devil with Eve and then with Adam by Eve that were given to their two children.

This was to be done as the way to reverse the nature of the Fall; in which the Order of Creation was reversed by which God was to rule Adam; Adam to rule Eve; and Eve to rule the Serpent. Rev. Moon in his exposition of the Nature of the Fall in his book illustrates this quite clearly; and correctly as self-consistent with the Providence itself up to one point.

This point is that the Fall included the position of the Archangel who God left in charge of the Creation while He rested on the 7th Day; which was unknown to Rev. Moon as he wrote that the Fall took place on the 6th day; which is wrong.

"...For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout......."    I Thessalonians 4:16

“…For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout…….” I Thessalonians 4:16

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( Continuance of the Third Thunder )
What then, did Abraham’s symbolic sacrifices, namely, the dove, ram and heifer, symbolize? These three symbolic offerings symbolized the whole universe which was created to be perfected through three stages of growth. First, the dove symbolized the formation stage. Jesus came as the perfection of the providence in the formation stage, which was represented by the doves. Therefore, when he was baptized by John the Baptist in the River Jordan, the Spirit of God descended like a dove, alighting on him (Matt. 3:16). On the other hand, Jesus came to restore Abraham’s failure in the offering. Naturally, he had to stand in the position to have restored the dove which was invaded by Satan at that time. Therefore, God showed by the dove that Jesus came as the perfection of the Old Testament providence in the formation stage.
In the next place, the goat or ram symbolizes the growth stage. Jesus came to restore Abraham’s failure in the offering. On the foundation of the Old Testament providence, having restored all things symbolized by the dove, he had also to restore all the things symbolized by the goat or ram, as the one who was to begin the New Testament providence in the growth stage. One day after John the Baptist had witnessed that Jesus was the perfection of the providence in the formation stage symbolized by the dove, he again gave witness to Jesus as the one who was to begin his mission in the growth stage. When he saw Jesus coming toward him, he said, “Behold the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” (John 1:29).
The heifer symbolized perfection. We read in Judges 14:18 that, when Samson put a riddle to the Philistines, they could only answer it by having Samson’s wife tempt him and press him hard for the answer. Then Samson said to them, “If you had not ploughed with my heifer, you would not have found out my riddle.”. In this way, Samson metaphorically called his wife a heifer. Since Jesus came as the bridegroom to all mankind, all the saints until the time of the Second Advent each become a “bride” to Jesus, the bridegroom to come. However, after the wedding feast of the Lamb, when all the saints, as the bride, are united into perfect oneness with the Lord, then all will live in the Heavenly Kingdom of God with Christ as a husband, each not merely as a bride but as a wife. Therefore, we must know that the Completed Testament Age after the Second Advent of the Lord is the age of a heifer–the age of a wife. The heifer thus symbolizes perfection. This is why many spiritually attuned people receive the revelation that today is the age of a cow or heifer.
What, then, do the three kinds of offerings restore through indemnity? Abraham, through his symbolic offerings, had to set up the symbolic condition of indemnity enabling him to restore through indemnity all the things previously left in Satan’s hand, due to the failures of the restoration through indemnity by the symbolic sacrifices and the substantial offerings of Adam’s and Noah’s families. Therefore, the symbolic offering of Abraham was to restore at once, horizontally, through the three kinds of offerings, the symbolic condition of indemnity of the vertical providence through the three generations of Adam, Noah and Abraham.
Abraham offered sacrifices with the dove, ram and heifer on the altar, symbolizing the three stages of formation, growth and perfection, in order to fulfill at once, in horizontal terms, the vertical providence which God intended to restore through indemnity through the three generations (seen from the viewpoint of His will): Adam symbolizing formation, Noah symbolizing growth, and Abraham symbolizing perfection. Therefore, this offering symbolically represented God’s will to fulfill the whole providence of restoration at once by restoring through indemnity all the conditions represented by the number “three”, which had been invaded by Satan.
We must know in what manner Abraham offered the symbolic sacrifice. We read (Gen. 15:10-13) that Abraham cut the offerings in two and laid each half over against the other, but he did not cut the doves in two. Birds of prey came down upon the carcasses and Abraham drove them away. God appeared to Abraham that evening at sunset and said to him:
Know of a surety that your descendants will be sojourners in a land that is not theirs, and will be slaves there, and they will be oppressed for four hundred years… (Gen. 15:13)
The birds of prey came down upon the carcasses because Abraham did not cut the doves in two. This caused the Israelites to suffer 400 years of slavery in Egypt.
Why was it such a sin not to cut the dove? This question has remained unsolved until today, and can be elucidated only through the Principle. Let us first study the reason for cutting the sacrifices. The purpose of the providence of salvation is to restore the sovereignty of goodness by separating good and evil, by destroying evil and exalting goodness. Therefore, when God required sacrifices to be offered after having separated Adam into Cain and Abel; and when He smote the evil to exalt the good through the flood judgment in Noah’s days, His purpose was, without exception, to restore the sovereignty of goodness. Consequently, God intended to carry out the symbolic performances of separating good and evil, which He failed to fulfill through Adam and Noah, by having Abraham offer the sacrifices cut in two. The act of cutting the sacrifices in two was, first, to restore the separated position of Cain and Abel in Adam’s family, in order to separate Adam, the origin of good and evil, into two parts representing good and evil, respectively. Second, it was to restore the position of Noah, having separated good and evil through the 40-day flood. Third, it was to set up the symbolic condition to separate the world of good sovereignty from the world under the dominion of Satan. Fourth, it was to set up the condition of consecration by draining away the blood of death that had come through the illicit blood relationship.
Why, then, was it such a sin not to cut the sacrifice in two?
First, it was analogous to not separating Cain and Abel; so, as a result, there was no Abel-type object for God to take. Therefore, the sacrifice was unacceptable to God, and the failure in the sacrifice of Cain and Abel was not restored.
Second, it represented not having separated good and evil at the time of the flood judgment in the providence of restoration centering on Noah; as a result, there was no object of goodness which God could take and upon which He could work His providence. Therefore, it resulted in having taken the position of failure, just as the flood judgment failed.
Third, it failed to set up the symbolic condition of separating the world of good sovereignty from the world under the dominion of Satan in order for God to take it.
In the fourth place, the sacrifice was not consecrated because the blood of death was not drained, and it could not be a sacred thing for God to take and work His providence upon. In this manner, Abraham’s offering the sacrifices without having cut the dove in two resulted in offering Satan’s possession, as it were, and so the offering ended in the assertion that the offering was Satan’s possession.
Thus, the dove, which was the offering symbolizing the formation stage, remained in Satan’s possession. The ram and heifer, symbolizing growth and perfection, which were to be established on the foundation of formation, were then invaded by Satan. Consequently, the whole symbolic offering ended up under Satan, and the act of not having cut the dove in two became a sin.
Let us next inquire into the meaning of the birds of prey alighting on the symbolic offering (Gen. 15:11). Since the fall of the first human ancestors, Satan has always been pursuing those who advocate the will of God. When Cain and Abel offered sacrifices, Satan crouched at the door (Gen. 4:7); also, in Noah’s days, the raven symbolized Satan, who was looking for the opportunity to invade his family right after the judgment (Gen. 8:7). Similarly, at the time of Abraham’s symbolic offering, Satan, who had been looking for the opportunity to invade the offering, saw that the dove was not cut in two and profaned it. The Bible symbolically represented this fact by describing the birds of prey alighting on the offering. What result was brought about by this failure in the symbolic offering? Abraham’s failure in the symbolic offering caused the annulment of all the conditions that were supposed to be restored through indemnity by the symbolic offering. As a result, the descendants of Abraham were put into slavery for 400 years in Egypt, the land of Pharaoh. Let us now study the reason for this.
God set up a 400-year period for the separation of Satan in order to restore through indemnity the judgment number “40” as well as the ten generations that had been invaded by Satan because of Ham’s mistake, and on this basis He called Abraham and had him offer the symbolic sacrifices. Abraham’s failure enabled Satan to claim the offering; therefore, the 400-year period after Noah, the period of indemnity to establish Abraham as the father of faith through the symbolic offering, was also invaded by Satan. In order to restore through indemnity both the position of Abraham before his failure in the symbolic offering and the position of Noah when he was called for the construction of the ark, God had to again set up a period of 400 years for the separation of Satan. The 400-year period of the Israelites’ slavery in Egypt existed in order to put Moses on the foundation of having restored through indemnity on the national level the position of either Noah or Abraham at the time they were about to start as the father of faith. This period of slavery was the period of punishment, due to Abraham’s failure in the offering, as well as the period to lay the foundation for separation from Satan for the sake of God’s new providence.
It has been stated that God intended to fulfill, at the same time, the whole providence represented by formation, growth and perfection, by having Abraham offer a successful symbolic sacrifice of three kinds on one altar. When Abraham failed, God’s providence was extended through him to Isaac and Jacob, three generations.
 (ii) Abraham’s Offering of Isaac
After Abraham’s failure in the symbolic offering God ordered him to offer his only son Isaac as a burnt offering (Gen. 22:2), by which God commenced a new providence to restore through indemnity the failure of Abraham’s symbolic offering. According to the theory of predestination in the Principle, God does not use for a second time a person who is called for a certain mission and fails to carry out his own portion of responsibility. How, then, could God work His providence through the offering of Isaac to restore Abraham’s failure in his symbolic offering when his failure in the symbolic offering annulled the will which was to be set up through the offering?
First, concerning God’s providence to restore the foundation to receive the Messiah, the providence centering on Adam’s family was the first one, while the providence centering on Noah’s family was the second, and that centering on Abraham’s family was the third. The number “three” is the number of perfection (cf. Part II, Ch. 3, Sec. II, 4–381), and since the providence through Abraham was the third time for the providence of restoring the foundation to receive the Messiah, there was a condition in the Principle for the fulfillment of this providence. Therefore, Abraham could restore all the objects or conditions lost symbolically, due to the failure in the symbolic offering, by offering his own son as a substantial offering, thus setting up a condition of indemnity far greater in value than the previous condition.
Second, as already noted, the position of Abraham in offering the sacrifices was that of Adam. At that time Satan invaded two generations in succession by profaning Adam and his son Cain. Naturally, according to the principle of restoration through indemnity, the providence of taking back the two generations of Abraham and his son was possible on the Heavenly side.
Third, Adam could not offer the sacrifices directly before God, but Noah, standing on the foundation of Abel’s heart, which enabled the success in the symbolic offering of the formation stage while he was in the position of Adam, could directly offer the symbolic offering of the ark. In this way, Abraham was called both on the foundation of Abel, who had been successful in the symbolic offering of the formation stage, and of Noah, who had succeeded in the symbolic offering of the growth stage. On that level, he offered the symbolic offering of the perfection stage. Therefore, although Abraham failed in the symbolic offering, God could have him offer the sacrifice again on the condition of the historical foundation of heart-and-zeal, since Abel and Noah had succeeded in the symbolic offering.
At the time of offering Isaac as the sacrifice, Abraham had set up the condition of faith for the offering of Isaac by establishing the symbolic condition of indemnity to restore Adam’s family, just as he had done at the time of his symbolic offering. Therefore, Abraham planned with his wife, Sarah, to pretend to be in the position of brother and sister. After having been deprived of his wife by Abimelech, King of Gerar, he took his wife back again from the king. This time Abraham took both his wife and slaves, symbolizing mankind, and wealth, symbolizing all things (Gen. 20:1-16).
How, then, did Abraham offer Isaac as the sacrifice? When, in obedience to God’s command with an absolute faith, Abraham was about to sacrifice his only son Isaac, whom he had received as a blessing, as a burnt offering, God commanded him not to lay his hand on the lad and said, “…now I know that you fear God…” (Gen. 22:12). Abraham’s heart-and-zeal toward God’s will and his resolution to slay his son arising from his absolute faith, obedience and loyalty, caused him to stand in a position equal to having killed Isaac; therefore, he could separate Satan from Isaac. Accordingly, God commanded Abraham not to kill the child, because Isaac, being separated from Satan, already stood on the side of heaven. We must know that when God said, “now I know”, He emphasized the mixture of His reproach for Abraham’s mistake in the symbolic offering, and His joy over his success in the offering of Isaac.
In this manner, God’s providence of restoration centering on Abraham’s family was to be fulfilled through Isaac by Abraham’s success in the offering of Isaac. It took a three-day period for Abraham to offer his son as a burnt sacrifice on Mt. Moriah so that he might start a new providential course by separating Isaac from Satan to the Heavenly side. This three-day period continued as a period necessary for the separation of Satan before starting a new providential course. Jacob, too, had a three-day period of separation from Satan before he started the course of restoration of Canaan on the family level by taking his family out of Haran (Gen. 31:20-22). Moses also had a three-day period of separation from Satan before he started the course of the restoration of Canaan on the national level by taking the Israelite nation out of Egypt (Ex. 8:27-29). Jesus, too, had a three-day period of separation from Satan in the tomb, before starting the course of the restoration of Canaan on the worldwide level spiritually. It is also to be noted that when the Israelites returned to Canaan, centering on Joshua, the ark of the covenant, which went before the main troops, journeyed a three-day course of separation from Satan (Num. 10:33).
 (iii) The Position of Isaac from the Standpoint of the Will, and His Symbolic Offering
It has previously been discussed in the detail that, despite Abraham’s failure in his symbolic offering, there still remained a condition in the Principle enabling the foundation to receive the Messiah to be laid, centering on Abraham. As clarified in the chapter on “Predestination”, however, the situation was such that God could not repeat His providence centering on Abraham, who had failed in carrying out his own portion of responsibility. In consequence, God had to regard Abraham in the position of not having failed, though he did fail in his symbolic offering. He had to regard the providence of restoration, prolonged after Abraham, in the position of not having been prolonged. For this purpose, God commanded Abraham to offer Isaac as a burnt offering.
God promised Abraham to call His chosen nation through Isaac, saying:
‘…your own son shall be your heir!’ And He brought him outside and said, ‘Look toward heaven and number the stars, if you are able to number them.’ Then He said to him, ‘So shall your descendants be.’. (Gen. 15:4-5)
In consequence, Abraham’s loyalty, demonstrated by his being ready to slay his son of promise upon God’s command, established the same condition as if he had killed himself, invaded by Satan due to the failure in his symbolic offering. Accordingly, the fact that God had Isaac survive means that Abraham himself was resurrected from his situation of having died, by separating himself from Satan, together with Isaac. Therefore, Abraham could separate himself from Satan, who had invaded him due to the failure in his symbolic offering, by succeeding in his offering of Isaac. Further, he could stand in a position of complete oneness with Isaac, centered on the will of God.
In this way, Abraham and Isaac, who survived death, though they were two individuals, were one body centered on the will of God. If Isaac should succeed in the providence, though the providence through Abraham failed and was prolonged to Isaac, Isaac’s success could equally be the success of Abraham himself, who was one body with Isaac. Accordingly, despite the fact that the providence was prolonged from Abraham to Isaac, due to Abraham’s failure in his symbolic offering, it became, seen from the viewpoint of the will, as though Abraham did not fail and the providence was not prolonged.
Nobody is sure of Isaac’s age at the time of the offering. But, from the fact that he could carry the wood to be used for the burnt offering (Gen. 22:6) and that he asked his father where the lamb for the burnt offering was (Gen. 22:7), Isaac apparently was old enough to understand the significance of the incident. We can again well imagine that Isaac had obeyed and cooperated with his father at the time of the burnt offering.
If Isaac, who was old enough to understand the situation, had resisted his father’s willingness to kill him for the burnt offering, God would not have accepted the offering of Isaac by any means. Abraham’s loyalty, combined with that of Isaac, which was not any less, caused the success of the offering of Isaac, thus enabling the separation from Satan to occur.
Consequently, centering on the offering, Abraham and Isaac both survived. First, Abraham could restore through indemnity his position before his failure in the offering, by separating himself from Satan, who invaded him because of his failure in the symbolic offering. From this position, he was able to pass on his providential mission to Isaac. Second, Isaac, who inherited the divine mission from his father Abraham, by obeying him in complete surrender to the will, thus was enabled to set up the condition of faith for offering the symbolic sacrifice later.
In this way, the divine will was transmitted from Abraham to Isaac, and Abraham offered a ram for the burnt offering in place of Isaac, as it was written:
Abraham lifted up his eyes and looked, and behold, behind him was a ram, caught in a thicket by his horns; and Abraham went and took the ram, and offered it up as a burnt offering instead of his son. (Gen. 22:13)
This became, as it was, the symbolic offering set up in order to restore the foundation of faith centering on Isaac. From the fact that Isaac carried the bundle of wood for the burnt offering, it can be concluded that he cooperated with Abraham when he offered the ram as the burnt offering. Accordingly, even though Abraham offered the ram as the symbolic offering, the result, seen from the viewpoint of God’s will, was that Isaac himself offered the sacrifice because he succeeded his father’s mission by becoming one body with him. In this manner, Isaac restored through indemnity the foundation of faith by being successful in the symbolic offering, from the position of substituting for Abraham, after inheriting his mission.
 2. THE FOUNDATION OF SUBSTANCE
As the central figure to restore the foundation of faith in place of Abraham, Isaac offered an acceptable symbolic sacrifice with the ram. Isaac was thus able to lay the foundation of faith. In order to establish the foundation to receive the Messiah centering on Isaac, there had to be the foundation of substance fulfilled on the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature. This was to be achieved by offering a substantial sacrifice with his children Esau and Jacob in the positions of Cain and Abel.
If Abraham had not failed in the symbolic offering, Isaac and his half-brother Ishmael, in place of Abel and Cain, should have set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature, which had been left unaccomplished by Cain and Abel. Because of Abraham’s failure, God, by setting up Isaac in Abraham’s position, and Esau and Jacob in place of Ishmael and Isaac, worked the providence to have them set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature. Therefore, Esau and Jacob, centering on Isaac, are in the position of Cain and Abel centering on Adam, and, at the same time, in the position of Shem and Ham centering on Noah.
Isaac’s eldest son, Esau, and the second son, Jacob, were symbols respectively, of Abraham’s first symbolic offering, which was invaded by Satan, and his second offering of Isaac, separated from Satan; they represented evil and good, having to offer substantial sacrifices in the positions, respectively, of Cain and Abel. Esau and Jacob fought, even in their mother’s womb (Gen. 25:22-23) because they were in the conflicting situations of Cain and Abel, who had been separated as the representations, respectively, of evil and good. Also, God loved Jacob and hated Esau while they were still in their mother’s womb (Rom. 9:11-13), because they represented good and evil respectively. In order for Esau and Jacob to set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature through substantial offerings, Jacob first had to set up the condition to restore through indemnity the position of Abel, who was the central figure for the substantial offering.
First, Jacob had to set up a condition of victory in his struggle to restore the birthright on the individual level. Satan had occupied God’s world of creation in the position of the elder son. God, from the position of the younger son, had worked His providence to take the birthright of the elder. This is why God “hated” the elder and loved the younger (Mal. 1:2-3). Meanwhile, Jacob, who had been called even in his mother’s womb with the mission to restore the elder’s birthright, wisely took the birthright from his elder brother Esau, with some bread and a pottage of lentils (Gen. 25:34). God had Isaac bless Jacob because he tried to restore the birthright, knowing its value (Gen. 27:27), while He did not bless Esau because he, on the contrary, thought so little of the birthright that he sold it for a pottage of lentils.
Second, Jacob went to Haran and there triumphed in his struggle to restore the birthright of the elder, centering on his family and the wealth, during the 21 years of drudgery, and then returned to Canaan.
Third, Jacob restored domination substantially over the angel by winning in the struggle with him at the ford of Jabbok, on his way back from Haran to Canaan, the land promised by God.
Jacob at last became the central figure for the substantial offering by restoring through indemnity the position of Abel.
In this way, Esau and Jacob established the positions of Cain and Abel at the time God accepted Abel’s offering. Therefore, in order for them to set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature, Esau had to love Jacob, set him up as the mediator, and obey him in the position of being dominated by him, thus standing in the position to multiply goodness by inheriting the good from Jacob who had received the blessing from God. Meanwhile, Esau, in fact, loved and welcomed Jacob when he returned to Canaan with his Heavenly family and the wealth after having finished the drudgery of 21 years in Haran (Gen. 33:4); thus, they could establish the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature. In this manner, they could restore through indemnity what Cain and Abel of Adam’s family and Shem and Ham of Noah’s family had failed to achieve in the substantial offering.
Thus, through the success in the substantial offering by Esau and Jacob, the vertical course of history, which from Adam’s family had aimed to restore through indemnity the foundation of substance, was, for the first time, restored through indemnity on the horizontal basis in Isaac’s family in the providential course of restoration centering on Abraham.
The Biblical record says (Rom. 9:11-13) that God hated Esau while he was still in his mother’s womb. However, he could stand in the position of a restored Cain, because he fulfilled his own portion of responsibility by surrendering to Jacob, and at last he received God’s love. We must understand that God hated Esau merely because he was in the position of Cain, who had been on the side of Satan in the providential course of setting up conditions of indemnity.
 3. THE FOUNDATION TO RECEIVE THE MESSIAH
The foundation to receive the Messiah, which was to be set up in Adam’s family, was prolonged through three generations as far as Abraham because the central figures in charge of the providence of restoration failed to fulfill their portions of responsibility. However, God’s will was prolonged to Isaac, on account of the failure in the symbolic offering of Abraham, who was supposed to accomplish the will. The foundation of faith and the foundation of substance were established centering on Isaac’s family, and for the first time, the foundation to receive the Messiah was established. Accordingly, the Messiah was to come at that time.
When viewing things centering on the foundation to receive the Messiah, we must first know the social background necessary for the foundation to receive the Messiah. Fallen men must first set up the foundation to receive the Messiah in order to provide the basis to restore the world, established centered on Satan, into the kingdom centered on the Messiah.
In the providence of restoration centering on Adam’s family and Noah’s family, there were no other families who could possibly invade the family of divine will. Therefore, the Messiah was supposed to come on the foundation on the family level to receive the Messiah, if this had been established at that time. However, at the time of Abraham, there already was a nation formed by fallen men, centering on Satan, contending with Abraham’s family. The Messiah could not have come directly on the foundation on the family level to receive the Messiah though it might have been established. They could receive the Messiah only after having established the foundation on the domain of the national level which could cope with the Satanic world.
Therefore, even if Abraham had been successful, both in the symbolic offering and the substantial offering, making possible at that time the establishment of the foundation on the family level to receive the Messiah, the Messiah could not have come, unless, on the established foundation, Abraham’s descendants had multiplied in the land of Canaan, thus forming the foundation on the national level to receive the Messiah.
However, Abraham failed in the symbolic offering. As punishment for this, the descendants of Isaac, though they had established the foundation on the family level to receive the Messiah, had to leave their homeland and go into a foreign nation. They were supposed to establish the foundation on the national level to receive the Messiah only after 400 years of drudgery, and after again returning to Canaan.
Who had to begin the course of indemnity left for Abraham’s descendants because of his failure in the symbolic offering? It was Jacob, and not Isaac. This was because, as shown, the central figure to go through the courses of indemnity was to be of the Abel-type, being the center of the substantial offering. Therefore, Abel in Adam’s family, Ham in Noah’s family, Isaac in Abraham’s family and Jacob in Isaac’s family had to go through a course of indemnity representing their respective families.
Jacob especially had to go through the traditional course of separation from Satan, as the pattern for Jesus to walk later, because he was the Abel-type person standing on the foundation to receive the Messiah (cf. Part II, Ch. 2, Sec. I–286). Jacob’s family was supposed to start this course of indemnity in the position of Isaac’s family, because they had to fulfill the purpose of the providence of restoration centering on Abraham. To do this, Jacob’s family had to bear Abraham’s sin through a 400-year course of indemnity. In Isaac’s family, Jacob, in the position of Abel, had taken this course of indemnity; therefore in Jacob’s family, Joseph, son of Rachel (Jacob’s wife on God’s side), had to establish Abel’s position by going into Egypt first and there following the course of indemnity.
Therefore, Joseph was sold by his brothers and brought into Egypt. After having become the prime minister of Egypt at the age of 30, what he had been taught from heaven in his dream as a child became true (Gen. 37:5-11) when Joseph’s half-brothers, other sons of Jacob on the Satanic side, surrendered to him. Thus they followed the course of first entering Egypt on the part of the children, and later, his parents were led through the same course. In this way, Jacob’s family started the course of indemnity to later receive the Messiah on the national level.
In this manner, the providence centering on Isaac was prolonged to the providential course centering on Jacob. Jacob, who shouldered Abraham’s sin, started the course of indemnity to fulfill Isaac’s will on the national level. Therefore, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob were all one body, though they differed as individuals, just as Abraham and Isaac were one body seen from the significance of the will. Accordingly, Jacob’s success meant Isaac’s success, and Isaac’s success meant Abraham’s success. Therefore, the providence of restoration centering on Abraham, though it was prolonged to Isaac and then to Jacob, is the same as if it were fulfilled in one generation without any prolongation, when it is seen from the significance of the divine will. The Biblical passage in which God said, “I am the God of your father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob.” (Ex. 3:6) tells us that those three, though three different generations, are just the same as if they were one generation seen from the significance of the divine will, since they are all our ancestors who fulfilled one divine purpose by joint efforts.
In fact, God intended to accomplish the providence of restoration by first having Jacob’s family suffer 400 years slavery in Egypt. the Satanic world, then choosing them as the elected nation and bringing them back into Canaan as He promised in His blessing to Abraham. Then God intended to have them lay the foundation on the national level to receive the Messiah, and finally He would send the Messiah on that foundation.
Therefore, the foundation to receive the Messiah, established centering on Isaac’s family, became the basis to start the course of indemnity for the establishment of the foundation on the national level to receive the Messiah. Accordingly, the 2,000-year period from Adam to Abraham was that during which they established the basis to start the establishment of the foundation on the national level to receive the Messiah in the next age.
Jacob, who took charge of the course of indemnity which resulted from Abraham’s failure in the symbolic offering, succeeded in the struggle on the individual level by taking the birthright from Esau, using his wisdom for the sake of the heavenly will; and he again succeeded in the 21 years of struggle to take the birthright on the family level from his mother’s brother, Laban, in Haran, the Satanic world. On his way back form Haran to Canaan Jacob won in the fight with the angel and earned the name “Israel” by setting up the condition of indemnity to restore the dominion over the angel for the first time, as a fallen man, since the fall of the first human ancestors. Thus he could build the basis for the formation of the chosen nation.
Jacob returned to Canaan through such a course, and after that set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature. Therefore, Jacob successfully set the pattern for the subjugation of Satan. Moses, and Jesus, too, had to go through this typical course, and the Israelites, as a whole, also had to go through it. Therefore, the history of the Israelite nation is the historical account of this typical course, in which they subjugated Satan on the national level. This is the reason the history of the Israelite nation is the central focus of the providential history of restoration.

 

 

Hyo Won Eu, first President of the Unification Church in Korea, with Rev. Moon around 1955

Hyo Won Eu, first President of the Unification Church in Korea, with Rev. Moon around 1955

My Servant John and the Providence of Restoration in it’s Correct Light

My servant John said;

“This explanation appears to be quite consistent with what is written: but it is all entirely wrong; for the creatures in being divided were to put Abraham and his relations with Sarah and Hagar with his two sons in the specific position of Eve when Adam created Cain, and with Eve when Adam created Abel: and it was these two conceptions which were to be separated by separating Eve in the 4 positions of her Fall.

This is the correct interpretation of the Altar of Abraham.

 
 The “she-goat” being seperated represented Hagar or “Egypt” divided as of the first fall of Eve with the Serpent, as removed from the second fall of Eve with Adam. In this “separation” the fallen physical relationship Hagar had with the man to whom she lost her virginity stood for Eve’s fall with the Serpent divided from her restored physical relationship with Abram when he gave her Ishmael.
 
        Thus Hagar represented Eve restored in Paradise by having all her relations with men thus symbolically seperated from the one which she had with Abram. This would have destroyed Ishmael’s “link” with Cain as the murderer of his brother Abel as being the reason Ishmael as the Elder brother was jealous and hated his Younger brother; the root of this problem to be solved going back to the the Archangel being jealous of Adam. This was also noticed by Joseph Smith of the Mormons in his testimony of the Archangel being like Adam’s elder brother; this emotional fact being absolutely true in the psychological sense.

John said: “First of all the she-goat being separated represented the separate left half as the fall of Eve with the Serpent or discarnate Shadow of the Archangel and the separate right half as the fall of Eve with Adam.  At the first fall with the Serpent we have Eve in the position of “the satanic virgin”;  virgin physically but not spiritually. At the second fall we have “the satanic bride”; having tempted Adam Eve was the satanic bride because she had come to Adam in the position of the Serpent or the angel of the devil; thus she came to Adam as the angel of Death.

 
Dividing the she-goat then meant one thing only: separating the body of the she-goat meant that Eve had been seperated from the fall with the archangel as of one thing from the fall with Adam as the other;  this meant that the body Eve had formed with the serpent was seperated from the body she had formed with Adam.
 
This should cast some light on the fact that the heifer represented Eve with Adam after they were both cast out of Paradise. Thus the relationship Abram had with Hagar that produced Ishmael was then entirely of Eve in Paradise; but without the fall with the Serpent, the fall with Adam would not have happened; thus they would not have been cast out of Paradise. It was thus Abraham’s relationship with Sarai meant that Eve as the “satanic wife” cast out of Paradise could be seperated from the “satanic mother” who produced the fraticidal brothers as “the satanic mother of all living in the shadow of death”.

The heifer being separated represented the separate left half as the conception of Cain with Adam by Eve and the separate right half as the conception of Abel with Adam by Eve.

 
John said; “Because the first conception of Eve with Adam when they had been cast out was the act done in the position of the first fall with the serpent this first conception was of Eve in the position of the “satanic wife”; now no virgin physically but unfortunately not a virgin spiritually; thus corrupt. Thus the child produced in this union was a Murderer.”
At the second conception of Eve with Adam when they had been cast out this second act represented Eve in the position of the second fall with Adam; thus this second conception was of Eve in the position of the “satanic mother”: giving birth to a child who was to be killed by the first child. This child was thus a Victim.
 

Separating the heifer meant separating the conception of Cain from the conception of Abel;  thus on the basis of the she-goat being separated this meant that the mother was no longer “satanic”; as the satanic wife had been separated from the satanic bride by separating Eve into two women: Hagar and Sarah.

 
Had he divided the dove and the pigeon it would then have been as if Sarah represented the Promised Land and Zion itself of Paradise even as Haggar’s did the great city of Egypt and the House of Bondage it represented as a nation.
 
The heifer in two represented Sarai and Sarah;  just as the ram being seperated represented Abram as the left half or the “fallen” Adam with Eve after her relation with the serpent  and the right half with Abraham as the now “unfallen” Adam with an “restored Eve” who had not had relations with the serpent: namely Pharoah whom Sarai was able to resist; thus restoring the position of Eve; as Abraham did that of Adam by rescuing her from Pharaoh who was in the position of Satan.
 
John added; “That the pigeon represented Ishmael as being in Cain’s position and the dove represented Isaac as being in Abel’s now can be seen in it’s true light:  something of which Mr. Moon did not know and thus could not share with the Unification Church because of this tragic failure at restoring the Sacrifice at the Altar in his book.  Abraham’s relations with these two women represented two covenants; one with Hagar or Egypt was that of Bondage;  that of Sarah or Israel was that of Freedom; as it is written: “..where the Spirit of the Lord is; there is freedom.”
 
Hagar is Sinai;  and Egypt.  Sarah is Zion: and heavenly Jerusalem; and Paradise.
 
Abraham in rescuing Sarah thus represented Adam fulfilling the Original Design of Providence as when Adam was supposed to rescue Eve from the serpent; and this is why Rev. Moon’s subsequent mistakes in the nature of what happened at the Altar have proved so detrimental in his later analysis of Jesus and John; the symbolic dove and pigeon of the Altar in the positions of Isaac and Ishmael which Rev. Moon overlooked by never seeing what the division of “the ram of the Altar” which represented Abraham into the 2 halves which represented his seperation as of “Abram” with Hagar from “Abraham” with Sarah.
 
But Reverend Moon put this explanation of what the sacrifice meant in these terms; on page 267; line 15; to wit,
 
What, then, do the three kinds of offerings restore through indemnity? Abraham, through his symbolic offerings, had to set up the symbolic condition of indemnity enabling him to restore through indemnity all the things previously left in Satan’s hand, due to the failures of the restoration through indemnity by the symbolic sacrifices and the substantial offerings of Adam’s and Noah’s families. Therefore, the symbolic offering of Abraham was to restore at once, horizontally, through the three kinds of offerings, the symbolic condition of indemnity of the vertical providence through the three generations of Adam, Noah and Abraham.”
 
Unfortunately what happened at the Altar had nothing to do with the number 3; rather it had to do with the “5” pieces on the “left side” being divided fromt the “5” on the “right side”; thus draining the blood of all the relationships in their respective positions by which the dominion had been reversed and  the Original Sin placed in our blood relationship with the Serpent as the Angel of the Devil at the Fall. This Rev. Moon does make mention of later; which I do explore”.

The Third Voice of the Third Thunder:

the Voice of the Third Woe

4. LESSONS LEARNED FROM ABRAHAM’S COURSE  ( This is actually Abram’s Course )
“…..The providence of restoration centering on Abraham shows us first what God’s predestination of His will was like. The providence of restoration cannot be fulfilled by God’s power alone, but it is to be fulfilled by man’s joint action with God. Accordingly, God could not fulfill His will through Abraham, although He called Abraham to accomplish the purpose of the providence of restoration, because Abraham failed to fulfill his own portion of responsibility.
Second, it shows us what God’s predestination for man was like. God predestined Abraham to be the father of faith, but, when he failed to accomplish his own portion of responsibility, his mission was transferred to Isaac and then Jacob.
Third, it shows us that the providence of restoration must necessarily be prolonged when man fails to accomplish his own portion of responsibility, and, at the same time, a greater condition of indemnity must be set up in order to restore the failure. In Abraham’s case, the will was to be fulfilled by offering animal sacrifices; but, due to his mistake, it was to be fulfilled only by offering his loving son Isaac as a sacrifice.
Fourth, it shows us, through the cutting of the sacrifices, that we too must divide ourselves as a sacrifice, representing good and evil. A religious life is that in which one places himself in the position of a sacrifice and offers himself as an acceptable sacrifice to God by dividing himself in two, representing the separation of good and evil. Therefore, unless we thus separate good from evil in ourselves centered on God’s will, a condition for Satan to invade is created….”

 

The Cup of The Grail

  What is The Grail? PERFECTION

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This Third Thunder can be found in the book ”Divine Principle” ,

on pages 261 to 283

The Third Voice of  Woe can be found on pages 283-4

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

 

The Lamp that “Burned and Shined”, Rev. Moon and the 7 Sealed Thunders “Unsealed”, the Revealing of the 7 Voices of Woe by Rev. Moon

Revealing the Unknown Reality of Rev. Moon’s Role in the Revelation

My Father's Servant John: the Messenger of my Father Jesus; of that Day which comes as a Thief in the Night

My Father’s Servant John: the Messenger of my Father Jesus; of that Day which comes as a Thief in the Night

"Our little Sister hath no Breasts"

“Our little Sister hath no Breasts”

The Destiny of Sister Princess Maria Faustina of Poland

The Destiny of Sister Princess Maria Faustina of Poland

The 7 Sealed Thunders;

The Unsealed Voices of the 7 Thunders of Rev. Moon;

the Real Mission of my Servant John and the Restored “Divine Principle”

"...For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout......." I Thessalonians 4:16

“…For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout…….” I Thessalonians 4:16

The Central Figures of the Two Global Missionbearers

Karol Wojytla / ( Pope John Paul II ) and Mun Yong-myeong / ( Sun Myung Moon )

Few indeed are aware that Rev. Moon was the central figure in place for the providence, in these; the Last Days; until his death after I revealed the Antichrist with the Last Day having come into view as Osama was revealed in his position ( seen at II Thessalonians 2;2-6 ) with the proof of my assertion seen in the revealing of the “Man of Lawlessness” as Osama bin Laden  as the Global Terrorist, standing as the Cosmic Balaam, Son of Perdition.

Barack Hussein the Blessed, killing the Antichrist or “Masih ad-Dajjal“,

thus stood as the Cosmic Mahdi, the Savior of Islam.

Osama lived by the Sword: and died by it, as my Father said of him, and all the rest of the blind, brother-hating lovers of darkness who followed and set the Cosmic Foundation of Darkness; Al-Qaeda itself, and the MYSTERY of ISIS the Whore is the VEIL of Babylon the Great.

Rev. Moon never even noticed when Louis Farrakhan, who was proudly responsible for the murder of Malcolm X, eulogized Osama bin Laden at the Million Man March…( Farrakhan used to say of Malcolm X “…We gave him life, and we took away that life…” ),saying he was an innocent “victim” of American persecution!!!

Thus Rev. Moon allowed the Thief to break into his house: hosting a murderer who said the Antichrist Osama bin Laden, the Global Terrorist, the Son of Perdition as the Fatted Calf seen killed when the Prodigal Son returns was “…….unfairly misjudged….” !!!! 

Thus did the leadership of the UC embrace the Black Muslim’s false prophet and glorifier of the Son of Perdition, the Masih ad-Dajjal of Islam, the Antichrist of Christianity. And Elijah Muhammad of the Black Muslims was a  false Mahdi, indeed.

Few in the elect position of the Korean of the Unification Church are actually aware of this development, because it really could only be seen in the relation of my servant John the Divine to that of completing the mission of the Messenger, which was voided by John the Baptist’s new body ( Rev. Moon ) when he left his position.

With the death of the Islamic figure the “Masih ad-Dajjal the Accursed” by the intrepid actions of “Barack Hussein Obama the Blessed” I hope to cast some light on Rev. Moon’s true part in this fiasco and his flawed contribution to the Foundation to Receive the Messiah at the Cosmic Level, which I reveal in the overall Design of Providence; where I show as certain proof of his identity exactly where he appears in the Gospel of Christ seen with Luke and Matthew, and here in chapter 10 of the Revelation of Christ as well, although not understood by anyone on earth except a few of my associates: yet still they who I have shown these things can see them as an unalterable sign of the Hand of God moving the Providence forward, and that Rev. Moon was the one who was destined to publish the Providence of Restoration,  first heard in the Seven Thunders and their 7 Voices, which is why after hearing them John was told not to write down what he heard,  and then furthermore then told to “set a seal” upon.

Sealed with what??? I have the answer to that question,

 from Chapter 10 of the Revelation

And I saw another ‘MIGHTY ANGEL‘ come down from Heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a Rainbow was upon His head, and His face was as it were the Sun, and His feet as Pillars of Fire: and He had in His hand a ‘LITTLE BOOK’ open: and He set His right foot on the SEA, and His left foot on the EARTH, and cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth: and when He had cried ‘SEVEN THUNDERS‘ uttered their voices. And when the ‘SEVEN THUNDERS‘ had uttered their voices, I was about to write: and I heard a voice from Heaven saying unto me,

“…. Seal up those things
which the seven thunders uttered,
and write them not  …..”
The "12 Gates of Heaven" emblem; the Seall of the Mission of Rev. Moon

The “12 Gates of Heaven” symbol; the Unsealing of the Seal of John: the Mission of Rev. Moon

The story begins with Rev. Moon in Korea sitting at the feet of his scholarly genius of a  friend Baek Kim Moon,  as he was the figure who unsealed what had been Sealed by John the Divine on Patmos….and which Rev. Moon published in America in 1973 after finding that Baek Kim had “unsealed” these seven thunders which had concealed the 7 levels of the Providence of Salvation 2,000 years later……and  for which my Father Jesus called Baek Kim Moon by a name not heard in many a moon: “Israel”.

Rev. Moon was indeed a genius of another stripe, as his talent was in putting together and correlating transmitted material by all the various saintly and prophetic men and women, whose contributions he assembled into one document, which alone is a testament to attest to his talent of taking all these differing transmissions  from all of these spiritually blessed and sacrificial figures in Korea and making them all hang together thematically; as there is no doubt in my mind that he indeed knew these scattered bits brought into one book were going to be of incalculable worth.

The problems began when he tried to “skew” the knowledge to support his claim of being the Messiah….with no Elijah first to proclaim his mission. Bo Hui Pak was the head of the KCIA, but he definitely wasn’t John the Baptist.

Rev. Moon’s real contribution was to assemble all these revelations he had collected into one methodically written and simply argued position of Korea as the Chosen Nation where the Messiah had now originated, which he did begin to tell all who would listen, and declare globally his advent not many years after he was saved from death, providentially; by American troops coming into Korea at Inchon, arriving at the slave labor camp that the guards abandoned in the nick of time, coming just one day before he was to be executed!!! But he never thanked my Father Jesus for sending Douglas MacArthur to save him.

The real story is how and especially why this happened…..but the answer lies in the Restoration of the Messenger John the Baptist, a mission which Rev. Moon was supposed to have done first in the restoration of all things: beginning the “Providence for the Start” correctly as first admitting he was John’s new body; even as John had been Elijah’s new body. Nothing could fundamentally progress until this was done. But it was never done; so there was no restoration, because John’s failure had to be restored first by Rev. Moon. But he never did, instead saying America’s role was to testify to him as the Messiah.

But without Elijah being restored first: and substantially, this was proved to be impossible. Thus all seemed lost until Glenn David Emery and I both independently arrived at the truth of who Rev. Moon was and what his real position had been: at which point my Father Jesus brought us together, as Glenn simply googled “Rev. Moon was John the Baptist“, an act which brought him immediately to my blog.

1:   And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire:

2:   And he had in his hand a little book open : and he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth,

3And cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth : and when he had cried , seven thunders uttered their voices.

4:  And when the seven thunders had uttered their voices, I was about to write : and I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me,

“….Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered, and write them not…..”

Revelation 10:1-4

And why was John not to be allowed to write down the 7 voices of the 7 thunders??? Because that was for someone else to reveal, namely; Reverend Sun Myung Moon, as his portion of responsibility in restoring the position of Elijah held by John the Baptist. Elijah was the Day Star ( seen as John: the Baptist ), of the Sun of Righteousness ( seen as Jesus: the Son of Man), seen as the two positions of Messenger and Messiah  first shown by Malachi, and later restored by the Ascending Angel of Maitreya: Philip Sobul Love.
Philip came to this position after being given the Seal of Jehovah, and in  which I initiated him into the Seal of the Living God about Mary and Jehovah, as the Holy Spirit of God seen by John in the form of the Dove, as that Sign he was given about the Messiah being the one on whom the Dove would STAY at the Baptism.
This Divine Celestial Male Dove as “Jah” was that same one which united with Mary when she was transformed into the form of a Dove as ‘Zion”. Thus Jah was later seen by John as he came down on my Father at the Jordan, in my Father’s Baptism unto his Death.
This was all revealed to me by the Angel in 1986 in the House of Ruth, my grandmother; the Owl of Athena known as Sophia; as concerning the restoring and reversing of the mistakes the Unification Church made following Rev. Moon, who also repeated the exact pattern of the fall of John the Baptist quite tragically, and thus being “cut asunder” even as John was.
The Mystery of God is thus how that holy thing the Lamb was created by God, to become the Son of the God; which Philip Love then restored after having tied on the Khata of World Renunciation and Eternal Chastity, then Ascending to finally reach his position of understanding as “…an Angel standing in the Sun…”, written of in Revelation 19:17, and even now inviting all humanity to partake of the Supper of the Great God.

“…a small one shall became a strong nation…”

….That nation which was South Korea

Isaiah

The Cup of The Grail

The Cup of The Grail

Few in America or the World know that Rev. Moon came to America in  1965 as
St. John reborn, carrying out the Third Advent of Elijah …..

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Rev. Moon and the First Sealed Thunder:

The First Voice Unsealed: the Failure of the Providence of Restoration centering on Adam’s Family:

( Seen on pages 250-1 of the Divine Principle, concerning the providential understanding about Adam’s failure. )

Looking at the lessons learned from Adam’s family we are face to face with the First Failure of the providence with Adam, and the progression of his division into Cain and Abel as the separation by God of the Origin, to indemnify the Fall, which produced the mission of the first lord of the Restoration unknown by Rev. Moon as the figure he mentions only once: Seth, who I found out later is the prototype of the Son of Man, which means “Son of Adam”. This is because Seth was created “…in the original likeness and image of Adam…” who was the Image of God, even as Eve represented the Mirror of Creation.

It was this Failure with Adam and his division into two bodies that Rev. Moon explained in his book that is “the First Voice of the First Thunder“: Unsealed. This is because the 7 Voices of the 7 Sealed Thunders of John were of the 7 Failures of the 7 lords of Restoration in the 7 Levels of the Providence of Salvation, starting  from the first or Individual Level, and going all the way up to the 7th or Cosmic and Universal Level, which is that of the Kingdom of Heaven and Earth.

Rev. Moon considered my Father Jesus a failure and was ashamed of him and his sayings, and in the later years of his life called him a “bastard” and honored him not at all, and even suggested others treat him disrespectfully as well; namely because Moon believed the Lie of Satan, as John the Baptist also did. It is tragic that that very Lie that Satan whispered into John’s ear was that one Rev. Moon swallowed whole; the Accusation of the Devil that my Father Jesus was created by Mary in an act of Adultery with Zacharias, John’s own father.

This killed John spiritually by defiling him, as it did to Rev. Moon later as well. But it proves that John the Baptist and Rev. Moon were “one and the same”, spiritually.

This First Thunder can be found in the book ”Divine Principle” ,

on pages 239 to 250

A figure who said he met my Father Jesus in 1946 on Gansan Mountain....and given the title of "Israel"

Baek Kim Moon,  who said he met my Father Jesus in 1946 on Gansan Mountain

….and was given the title of “Israel”

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( DIVINE PRINCIPLE
PART II
CHAPTER 1
PROVIDENTIAL AGE FOR THE FOUNDATION OF RESTORATION )

SECTION I – 

THE PROVIDENCE OF RESTORATION CENTERING ON ADAM’S FAMILY

We have discussed (cf. Part I, Ch. 3, Sec. II, 1–103) the fact that God has been working to save fallen men, though the human fall was brought about by man’s own failure. God’s providence to restore fallen men by having them lay the foundation to receive the Messiah began with Adam’s family.

As discussed in the “Introduction”, Adam, due to his blood relationship with Satan, was placed in the midway position where he could deal with either God or Satan. Therefore, in order that fallen man of the midway position might be separated and shifted from Satan to the Heavenly side to lay the foundation to receive the Messiah, he must himself set up certain conditions of indemnity. Consequently, Adam’s family should have set up the condition of indemnity to restore the foundation of faith and the foundation of substance (incarnation), and, on the foundation to receive the Messiah automatically laid by the previous two, should have finally received the Messiah before the providence of restoration could be realized.

 1. THE FOUNDATION OF FAITH

First, in order that the foundation of faith may be laid, there must be certain conditional objects as the price of restoring it through indemnity. Originally, Adam, due to his disbelief, lost God’s Word given as the condition to lay the foundation of faith. Consequently, in order for Adam, who fell into a position where he was unable to receive God’s Word directly, to restore the foundation of faith, he should have set forth certain conditional objects acceptable to God’s will in place of the Word, with an absolute faith. This conditional object to be set forth in Adam’s family in place of the Word was the offering.
Second, there must be a central figure to restore the foundation of faith before laying the foundation at all. The central figure to restore the foundation of faith in Adam’s family was, of course, Adam himself. Therefore, it was natural for Adam to offer the sacrifices. His doing so acceptably or not could decide the success or failure of laying the foundation of faith.
The Biblical record shows that Adam could not offer the sacrifices, but, instead, Cain and Abel did this. What must have been the reason? According to the principle of creation, man was originally created to deal with only one master. Therefore, God cannot work His providence in the principle of creation with any being that is in the position to deal with two masters. If God should accept Adam and his offering, Satan would also try to deal with them on the basis of his having a blood relationship with Adam. In that case, Adam would be placed in the non-principled position to have to deal with two masters, God and Satan. God, not being able to work such a non-principled providence, had to conduct the providence of dividing Adam, the origin of the two characters of good and evil, into two beings; namely, the being representing good character and the being representing evil character. For this purpose, God gave Adam two sons, respectively representing good and evil. He had each offer sacrifices by setting them in the respective positions to deal either with God or Satan; that is, He put them in the position in the principle of creation of dealing with one master.
Then who, between Cain and Abel, the sons of the same father, is supposed to stand in the position to deal with God as the representation of good, and who is to stand in the position to deal with Satan as the representation of evil? Both Cain and Abel were the fruit of Eve’s fall. Consequently, this question was to be decided according to the course of the fall of Eve, who was the origin of the fall.
Eve’s fall consisted of two kinds of illicit love affairs. The first one was the spiritual fall through love with the archangel. The second was the physical fall through love with Adam. Both are, of course, the same in that they are fallen actions. However, when we want to decide which is more aligned with the Principle and more forgivable, we must say that the second act is more so than the first. This is because the second act of the fall was that in which Eve had intercourse with Adam, who was going to be her spouse in the Principle, out of her desire to go back to God’s side after realizing the illicit nature of the relationship with the archangel (cf. Part I, Ch. 2, Sec. II, 2–77). The first act of the fall was that in which she had the relationship with the archangel, who was not her spouse in the Principle, out of the excessive desire to enjoy what it was not yet time for her to enjoy; that is, to become like God, with her eyes opened (Gen. 3:5).
Cain and Abel were the fruits of Eve’s illicit love. Therefore, God had to discriminate conditionally between the two types of illicit acts of love committed centering on Eve, and had to set up Cain and Abel in the respective positions representing different situations. That is to say, Cain, being the fruit of the first love, was placed in the position to deal with Satan, as the representation of evil, symbolizing the first fallen act of love with the archangel. Abel, being the fruit of the second love, was placed in the position to deal with God, as the representation of good, symbolizing the second fallen act of love with Adam.
Originally, there was a standard in the Principle which provided that the first son succeed to the birthright. So, Satan also had more attachment to the elder than to the younger. Besides, Satan, being in the position of the ruler of the created world, intended to take Cain, to whom he was more attached. Therefore, God took Abel.
Let us take an example from the Bible. God said to Cain, “If you do not do well, sin is couching at the door.” (Gen. 4:7). From this, we may understand that Cain was placed in a position to deal with Satan. When the Israelites fled out of Egypt, God smote not only all the first-born of the Egyptians but also of their cattle (Ex. 12:29), because they were all in the position of Satan’s objects (Cain’s position). On the other hand, when the Israelites were restored into Canaan, only the Levities, who were in the position of the second son Abel, could carry the ark of the covenant (Deut. 31:25). There is also a Biblical record saying that God loved the second son Jacob and hated the first son Esau while they were still in their mother’s womb (Gen 25:23). This is because only the distinction of being the first-born or the second justified their respective positions of Cain and Abel. In the case of Jacob’s blessing of his grandsons, Ephraim and Manasseh, he blessed them by crossing his hands to lay the right hand on the head of Ephraim, the younger son, to whom he wanted to give priority (Gen. 48:14). This, too, is because Ephraim was in the position of Abel. According to this principle, God had Abel and Cain offer sacrifices, having set them up respectively in the positions where each could deal with only one master, either God or Satan (Gen. 4:3-5).
God accepted Abel’s offering and rejected Cain’s. What must have been the reason? God accepted Abel’s offering (Gen. 4:4) because he offered the sacrifice acceptable to God’s will through good faith, in the objective position from which God could take it (Heb. 11:4). In this way, the foundation of faith to be set up in Adam’s family was laid. This was also to teach that God is ready to accept any man, though fallen, if a favorable condition is formed enabling God to take him. It was not because God really hated Cain that He rejected Cain’s offering. It was because God could not accept his offering unless Cain himself set up a certain condition justifying the acceptance of the offering, for Cain was placed in a position in which he could be taken by Satan.
By this example, God showed us that, in order for a man in the position of object to Satan to return to God’s side, he must set up a certain condition of indemnity. What kind of condition of indemnity should Cain have set up? This was the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature which we will discuss in detail later.
 2. THE FOUNDATION OF SUBSTANCE
In order for Adam’s family to lay the foundation of substance, Cain would have had to set up the “condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature” so that God might be able to accept this offering with joy. How then should he have to set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature?
The first human ancestors fell through the archangel, thus inheriting his fallen nature. Therefore, in order for fallen man to remove the fallen nature, he should have set up the condition of indemnity, according to the principle of restoration through indemnity, by taking a course in reverse to the way he obtained the fallen nature.
The archangel fell by failing to love Adam, whom God loved more. Therefore, the fallen nature of not taking the same position with God, came about. Consequently, in order to remove the fallen nature, Cain, who was in the position of the archangel, should have loved Abel, who was in the position of Adam, thus taking the same position with God. Next, the archangel fell because he failed to receive God’s love through Adam, who was closer to God, as the mediator. The archangel intended to take Adam’s position instead. Therefore, the fallen nature of not keeping one’s position came about. Consequently, in order to remove this fallen nature, Cain, who was in the position of the archangel, should have taken the position to receive God’s love through Abel, who was in the position of Adam, as the mediator, so that he might be able to keep his position.
Then, the archangel fell by his domination of Adam and Eve, who were supposed to dominate him. Therefore, the fallen nature of reversing domination came about. Consequently, in order for man to remove this fallen nature, Cain, who was in the position of the archangel, should have set up the law and system of domination by standing in the place to obey Abel, who was in the position of Adam, and to be dominated by him.
The will of goodness that man should not eat the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil should have been conveyed to God by Adam, by Adam to Eve, and by Eve to the archangel, thus multiplying goodness. However, on the contrary, the archangel conveyed to Eve the will of unrighteousness that the fruit could be taken and eaten, then Eve conveyed this to Adam, thus causing the human fall. Therefore, the fallen nature of multiplying sins came about. In order to remove this type of fallen nature, Cain, who was in the position of the archangel, should have established the position to multiply goodness by standing in the position relative to Abel, who was closer to God than himself, and by receiving the will of goodness through Abel.
Now, let us draw several examples corresponding to the offerings of Cain and Abel. In our individual body, our mind, which directs us toward goodness (Rom. 7:22) is in the position of Abel, while our body, tending to serve the law of sin (Rom. 7:25), is in the position of Cain. Consequently, only when our body obeys our mind’s command will our individual body be made good. However, in reality, our body always rebels against the command of our mind, thus repeating the same action in which Cain killed Abel. Therefore, our individual body becomes bad. Accordingly, life in religion may be called life to make our body obey our mind, directed toward the will of God,just as Cain should have obeyed Abel. Besides, man fell to the position of being deceitful above all things (Jer. 17:9); so he was supposed to go before God only through the created things, by setting these things in the position of Abel. This was the “offering”. Man’s tendency to look for good leaders and good friends, seen from the result, is derived from the desire of the divine mind to stand before God, by finding one who is in the position of Abel closer to God and by becoming one with him.
Christian faith teaches us to be gentle and humble so we may secure a position before God by finding in our daily life an Abel-type person, through these virtues. Starting from the individual to the family, the society, the race, the nation, and the world, there are always two types of persons; namely, Cain-type and Abel-type. Therefore, in order to restore all these to the original position of creation, the Cain-type person must obey and surrender to the Abel-type person. Jesus came to the world as the Abel whom the whole of mankind was to serve and obey. Therefore, he said, “…no one comes to the Father, but by me.” (John 14:6).
If Adam’s family had succeeded in setting up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature through Cain’s obedience to Abel, they could have set up the foundation of substance on the foundation of faith already established. They could thus have restored the four position foundation, originally designed at the creation, by receiving the Messiah on the family-level foundation to receive the Messiah. However, Cain killed Abel, repeating the original fallen nature through which the archangel caused man to fall, and thus Adam’s family failed to set up the foundation of substance which was to be established then. Consequently, the providence of restoration centering on Adam’s family ended in failure.
3. THE FOUNDATION TO RECEIVE THE MESSIAH IN ADAM’S FAMILY
The foundation to receive the Messiah is realized by establishing the foundation of substance on the basis of having restored through indemnity the foundation of faith. From the standpoint of offering sacrifices, the foundation of faith is to be restored by acceptably making the symbolic offering, and the foundation of substance is to be realized by acceptably offering the substantial offering. Let us then inquire into the meaning and purpose of the symbolic offering and the substantial offering.
God’s three great blessings to man, the purpose of His creation, were to be realized when Adam and Eve, after having perfected their respective individualities, would become husband and wife, then multiply their children to form a family, and, further, they would come to rule the whole of creation. However, due to the fall, the three great blessings were not realized. In order to restore this, we must follow the course in reverse and establish the foundation of faith by offering the symbolic sacrifices through which both the condition of indemnity to restore the created things and the symbolic condition of indemnity to restore man can be set up at the same time.
Next, we must lay the foundation to receive the Messiah, after having set up the foundation of substance by offering the substantial sacrifices, which can be set up at the same time as the condition of indemnity to restore the children, and on this basis to restore the parents. Therefore, we may consider the meaning and purpose of the symbolic offering separately.
As we have discussed in the chapter on the “Fall of Man”, Satan, who came to dominate fallen men, has also dominated all things which were supposed to be under man’s dominion. It is for that reason that the Bible says all things are in travail together (Rom. 8:22). Therefore, the first purpose to give symbolic offerings with created things is to set up the condition of indemnity to restore all things, which are the symbolic substantial objects of God. Then, in order for man, who became deceitful above all things due to the fall (Jer. 17:9), to go before God, he must go through the created things, which are closer to God than himself, according to the order in the principle of creation. Accordingly, the second purpose for making symbolic offerings is to set up the symbolic condition of indemnity in order to restore substantial men before God.
Next, the substantial offering is an offering of the internal type; so, it is to be realized only on the basis of having acceptably made the symbolic offering of the external type, following the pattern of creating all things first and man afterwards. Therefore, we must first make the symbolic offering in an acceptable manner, thus setting up the condition of indemnity to restore all things, and the symbolic condition of indemnity to restore man at the same time. On that basis we must make the substantial offerings as the condition of indemnity to restore man substantially. Substantial offering means to set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature in order to restore substantial man. If a Cain-type person should set up the condition of indemnity to restore children by making the substantial offering with the Abel-type person, this will also be reckoned as the condition of indemnity to restore parents, which will be elucidated; so, this substantial offering will become an acceptable one.
In order for Adam’s family to set up the foundation to receive the Messiah, Adam himself must first lay the foundation of faith through the symbolic offering. As noted above, the offering did not begin with Adam, because if Adam should offer the sacrifices, the offering would be for both God and Satan to deal with, so it would be in a non-principled position. Besides, there is another reason from the aspect of feeling and heart. The fallen Adam in fact was the very person who caused God the grief which will last thousands of generations. Therefore, Adam could never be the object of God’s heart, with whom God could directly deal in His providence of restoration.
Therefore, God had the second son Abel offer symbolic sacrifices instead of Adam. Thus the condition of indemnity to restore all things and the symbolic condition of indemnity to restore men were set up at the same time. Then, on this basis, if Cain and Abel had set up the condition of indemnity to restore children through the substantial offering, Adam, as the parent, would have stood on this foundation of substance and thus the foundation to receive the Messiah could have been realized at that time.
In order to offer the substantial sacrifices by setting up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature, the central figure to offer the sacrifice should be decided first. Therefore, we must understand the Abel’s symbolic offering had two purposes: first, to set up the foundation of faith in place of Adam; and second, to decide on Abel as the central figure to make the substantial offering.
The condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature was to be set up by Cain, and we must know how this could result in Adam’s family setting up the condition in its entirety. If the human ancestors had obeyed God’s words, God’s will could have been realized at that time; and, if the Jewish people had believed in Jesus, the will of Jesus could have been realized in his lifetime. In this case, too, if Cain had set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature by obeying Abel, both Cain and Abel could have stood in the position of having established the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature while they were children. Since Cain and Abel were substantial beings derived from the division of Adam, who was the source of good and evil, Adam, as the parent, could have stood on the foundation of substance of having separated from Satan, if they had separated from Satan by setting up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature. Then, the foundation to receive the Messiah could have been laid in Adam’s family. In this manner, the condition of indemnity to restore the parents could be set up through the symbolic offering and substantial offering.
Meanwhile, Abel offered an acceptable sacrifice. Thus, the condition to restore through indemnity the foundation of faith, centering on Adam, and the position of Abel as the central figure to offer the substantial offering were set up successfully. However, by Cain’s killing Abel, they fell again into the same state as the archangel and Eve when they fell. Therefore, the substantial offering was a failure. They could not set up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature. Thus, they also failed to lay the foundation of substance. This prevented them from establishing the foundation to receive the Messiah. Therefore, the providence of restoration centering on Adam’s family came to naught.
Hyo Won Eu, first President of the Unification Church in Korea, with Rev. Moon around 1955

Hyo Won Eu, first President of the Unification Church in Korea, with Rev. Moon around 1955

The First Voice of the First Thunder:

the Voice of the First Woe

 

What Rev. Moon wrote on the pages 250-251 of his book Divine Principle about the failure of the providence of restoration in the Individual Level with Adam is as follows:

4. THE LESSONS LEARNED FROM ADAM’S FAMILY 

“…..First, the failure of the providence of restoration centering on Adam’s family showed us God’s predestination for the fulfillment of the will and His attitude towards man’s portion of responsibility. Originally, God’s predestination of the will was supposed to be realized only when His portion of responsibility and man’s portion of responsibility could be combined. God could not instruct Cain and Abel on how to offer sacrifices because Cain’s decision whether or not to offer sacrifices through Abel was his portion of responsibility.
Second, after Cain killed Abel, God worked His providence through Seth. This showed us that God’s predestination for the will is an absolute one whereas His predestination for man to carry out the will is relative. God so predestined that, corresponding to His portion of responsibility, Abel should accomplish his own portion of responsibility and, thus, become the central figure for the substantial offering. Therefore, when Abel failed to accomplish his portion of responsibility, God, by setting up Seth in his place, intended to carry out the will, which was predestined as absolute.
Third, the offerings of Cain and Abel showed us that any fallen man can accomplish God’s will when he can find an Abel-type person and obey him in complete surrender.
Meanwhile, the providence identical to that which God intended to fulfill in Adam’s family has been repeated ever since due to the repeated failures arising from man’s disbelief. Accordingly, this persists as our own course of indemnity today. The providence of restoration, centering on Adam’s family, is a living lesson for us, showing us the typical course to follow….”

The providence of restoration centering on Adam’s family was not fulfilled, because Cain killed Abel. Nevertheless, since God’s will to accomplish the purpose of creation was absolute and unchangeable, He set up Seth in place of Abel on the basis of Abel’s having been loyal and filial in heart. ) Gen. 4:25.

The Cup of The Grail

  What is The Grail? PERFECTION

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This Second Thunder can be found in the book ”Divine Principle” ,

on pages 251 to 260

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

The Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts

Rev. Moon and the Second Sealed Thunder:

The Second Voice Unsealed: the Failure of the Providence of Restoration centering on Noah’s Family:

( Seen on pages 251-60 of the Divine Principle, concerning the providential understanding about Noah’s failure. )

 SECTION II – 

THE PROVIDENCE OF RESTORATION CENTERING ON NOAH’S FAMILY

The providence of restoration centering on Adam’s family was not fulfilled, because Cain killed Abel. Nevertheless, since God’s will to accomplish the purpose of creation was absolute and unchangeable, He set up Seth in place of Abel on the basis of Abel’s having been loyal and filial in heart (Gen. 4:25).
Then from among his descendants God chose Noah’s family to substitute for Adam’s family and recommenced His providence. As God said:
I have determined to make an end of all flesh, for the earth is filled with violence through them; behold, I will destroy them with the earth. (Gen. 6:13)
He performed flood judgment. This clearly shows us that it was also the Last Days at that time. This is because God intended to fulfill the purpose of creation by sending the Messiah, on the foundation laid by Noah’s family, after the flood judgment. Noah’s family should have set up the condition of indemnity to restore the foundation of faith, and, based on that, they should have set up the condition of indemnity to restore the foundation of substance. By doing these things, Noah’s family should have restored, through indemnity, the foundation to receive the Messiah, which Adam’s family had failed to do.
 1. THE FOUNDATION OF FAITH
 (1) The Central Figure to Restore the Foundation of Faith
In the providence of restoration centering on Noah’s family, the central figure to restore the foundation of faith was Noah. God called Noah after ten generations, or 1,600 years after Adam, in order to fulfill with will, which ended in failure with Adam. Therefore, God blessed Noah to be fruitful and multiply (Gen. 9:7), just as He did Adam (Gen. 1:28). In that sense, Noah is the second human ancestor.
Noah was called when the earth was filled with violence through men (Gen. 6:11), and he worked on the ark for 120 years on the mountain, in obedience to God’s command, despite all the derision and scoffing of the people. On that condition, God could venture to judge the earth with the flood, centering on Noah’s family. In this aspect, Noah is the first father of faith. We know Abraham is the father of faith, but originally it was to be Noah. Due to his son Ham’s sinful act, Noah’s mission as the father of faith was shifted to Abraham.
Adam was to be the central figure to restore the foundation of faith, but because of the fore-mentioned reason, he could not offer sacrifices himself. However, Noah was called on the basis of Abel’s having been faithful and filial in acceptably offering the symbolic sacrifices. Besides, as seen from his lineage, he was a descendant of Seth (Gen. 4:25) called in place of Abel. Furthermore, he was a righteous man in the sight of God (Gen. 6:9). Therefore, he could offer symbolic sacrifices directly by building the ark in obedience to God’s will.
 (2) The Conditional Objects to Restore the Foundation of Faith
For Noah, the conditional object by which the foundation of faith could be restored was the ark. What did the ark signify? In order for Noah to stand in Adam’s position as the second human ancestor, he had to set up the condition to restore through indemnity the whole universe, which was under Satanic control due to Adam’s fall. Consequently, he had to offer as sacrifices, acceptably before God, certain conditional objects symbolizing the new universe. The ark was his conditional object.
The ark consisted of three floors, to symbolize the universe created through the three stages of growth. The eight members of Noah’s family who entered the ark were to restore through indemnity the eight members of Adam’s family, who fell into Satan’s bosom. Since the ark was the symbol of the whole universe, the master of the ark, Noah, symbolized God. His family symbolized mankind, and the animals symbolized all things.
What was the purpose of God’s 40-day flood judgment, which He exercised after the completion of the ark? According to the principle of creation, man was made to serve one master. God could not work His providence in the non-principled realm by dealing with mankind, when man remained under Satan due to his own lustfulness.
Therefore, He exercised the providence of the flood judgment to destroy the men subject to Satan, and to set up the objects through whom He could exercise His providence. Why did He decide that His judgment should be 40 days? As will be discussed later (cf. Part II, Ch. 3, Sec, II, 4–381), the number “ten” is the number of unity. Therefore, God set up Noah ten generations after Adam to restore through indemnity the will left unaccomplished because of Adam’s fall. He set up the indemnity period to restore the number “ten” in the second attempt at unification. Through ten generations up to Noah, God also continued His providence of setting up each generation as the indemnity period to restore the number “four” to fulfill the purpose of the four position foundation. Consequently, the period from Adam to Noah was the indemnity period to restore the number “40”. Due to the lustfulness of the people of that time, the indemnity period for the number “40” was invaded by Satan. In order that God might recommence His providence to accomplish the four position foundation through Noah’s ark, He intended to restore the foundation of faith by setting up the 40-day period of judgment as the indemnity period to restore the number “40” invaded by Satan.
In this way, the number “40” became necessary as the number to separate Satan in order later to restore the foundation of faith in the providential course of restoration through indemnity. For example, we see many instances comparable to the 40-day judgment in Noah’s day: the 400-year period from Noah to Abraham; the 400 years of slavery of Egypt of the Israelites; 40 years of wandering in the wilderness; Moses’ 40-day fast; 40 years each of the rule of Kings Saul, David, and Solomon; Elijah’s 40-day fast; Jonah’s 40-day prediction of the destruction of Nineveh; Jesus’ 40-day fast and prayer; and his 40-day period of resurrection. All are indemnity periods for separation from Satan.
We also read in the Bible that, after the judgment, Noah sent out a raven and a dove from the ark. Let us now investigate what kind of providence for the future God foreshadowed through this, for God said, “Surely the Lord God does nothing without revealing his secret to his servants the prophets.” (Amos 3:7). The 40-day period of judgment as the condition of indemnity to restore the universe corresponds to the period of chaos (Gen. 1:2). Therefore, all the things centering on the ark after the 40 days are the symbolic representation of the entire course of history after God completed His creation of heaven and earth.
What did God foreshadow by sending from the ark a raven (Gen. 8:6-7) which flew about until the water subsided? This indicated that Satan crouched at the door of Noah’s family, even after the flood judgment, to spy on the condition for invasion there, just as the archangel looked for a chance to win Eve’s love right after the creation of man and just as Satan watched for the opportunity to invade Cain and Abel when they offered sacrifices (Gen. 4:7).
Next, what did God foreshadow when Noah sent a dove three times from the ark? It is recorded in the Bible that the dove was sent forth to find out if the water had subsided. However, if that had been the only purpose, we may think that Noah could look out directly through the window to learn for himself, instead of sending out the dove. Therefore, we can imagine that the purpose of sending for the dove lay in something more important than seeing if the water had dried up.
We must understand the significance of God’s providence in this situation. Seven days after God announced the flood judgment through Noah (Gen. 7:10), the flood came. It was after the 40-day period of judgment that Noah first sent out the dove. The Bible says that the dove went to and fro over the water but finding no place to set her foot, she returned to the ark, and Noah brought her into the ark (Gen. 8:9). The first dove symbolized the first Adam. Therefore, this story means that God created man on earth so that His ideal of creation, which had been in Him even before creation, might be realized in Adam as the perfect incarnation. But due to Adam’s fall, God could not realize His ideal of creation on earth through Adam, so God had to take back His ideal from earth for the time being and postpone the realization of His will.
Seven days later, Noah sent out the dove the second time. She could not set foot on the earth then because the water had not dried up. She returned to the ark with an olive leaf in her mouth, signifying that she would be able to alight the next time (Gen. 8:10-11). The second dove symbolized Jesus, as the second Adam, who would come as the perfect incarnation of the ideal of creation. Therefore, this second story signifies that Jesus would come to earth in order to accomplish the providence of restoration. But in case of the Jewish people’s disbelief, he would go back to God’s bosom, through the cross, leaving a promise to come again, because, with no place to “set his feet”, he could not fulfill the will on earth. Of course, this foreshadowing indicates that, if the water had dried up so that the dove could alight and find something to eat, she did not have to return to the ark, but she had to go back because the water had not yet subsided. Likewise, this indicates that if the Jewish people were to believe in him and serve him, Jesus would not die, being able to realize the Kingdom of Heaven on earth at that time. But in the case of their disbelief, Jesus would have to die on the cross and come again later at a more favorable time.
After another seven days, Noah sent out the dove the third time. It is written that this time the dove did not come back to the ark because the water had dried up (Gen. 8:12). The third dove symbolized the Lord of the Second Advent who would come as the third Adam. Consequently, this story indicates that, when Christ comes again, he will be able to realize God’s ideal of creation on earth without fail so that the ideal will never have to go back to God’s bosom. When Noah found that the third dove would not return, he then came down from the ark to the earth and enjoyed the new heaven and earth. This foreshadows that, when the ideal of creation will be realized on earth through the third Adam, then the new Jerusalem will descend from heaven and God’s dwelling will be among men (Rev. 21:1-3).
The story of having sent out the dove three times shows us that, as clarified in the chapter on predestination, God’s providence of restoration could be prolonged in case that man, who is the object of the providence, could not fulfill his portion of responsibility. This foreshadowed that, due to Adam’s failure in carrying out his responsibility because of his disbelief, Christ had to come as the second Adam, and that if the Jewish people should fail to fulfill their responsibility because of their disbelief, Jesus would have to die on the cross and thus Christ would have to come again as the third Adam. The period of seven days here shows us that, just as God’s creation took seven days, it will also take a certain period in the providence to restore the lost element.
In the meantime, Noah’s family could restore through indemnity the foundation of faith by acceptably setting up the ark as the condition to restore the foundation through the 40-day judgment.
 2. THE FOUNDATION OF SUBSTANCE
Noah restored through indemnity the foundation of faith by succeeding in making the symbolic offering of the ark acceptable to God. By this, Noah set up, at the same time, the condition of indemnity for the restoration of all the created things and also the condition of indemnity for the restoration of men, in symbolic terms. Next, if Noah’s sons, Shem and Ham, had succeeded in the substantial offering by setting up the condition of indemnity to remove the fallen nature, in the respective positions of Cain and Abel, the foundation of substance could have been established at that time.
In order for Noah’s family to offer the substantial offering acceptably after the success in the symbolic offering, the second son, Ham, who was the central figure for the substantial offering, ought to have restored the position of the second son Abel, who had been the central figure for the substantial offering in Adam’s family. In the case of Adam’s family, Abel, the son, offered the symbolic offering in place of Adam. Therefore, when he succeeded in that offering, Abel could restore through indemnity the foundation of faith, while at the same time, he was destined to be the central figure for the substantial offering. However, in the case of Noah’s family, Noah himself offered a symbolic sacrifice. In order for Ham to stand in the position of Abel, who had succeeded in the symbolic offering, he should have remained in a position of inseparable oneness with the heart and feeling of Noah, who had succeeded in the symbolic offering. Let us, then, examine how God worked His providence in order to have Ham stand in the position of inseparable oneness with Noah’s heart and feeling.
We read (Gen. 9:20-26) that Ham, upon seeing his father Noah lie naked in the tent, was not only ashamed of it, but even displeased with it, and that he stirred up the same emotion among his brothers, Shem and Japheth. Then they too were agitated by Ham in the same emotion to feel ashamed of their father’s nakedness; and in an effort not to see that scene, they turned their faces and walked backward to cover their father’s body with a garment. However, this was such a crime that Noah cursed Ham, saying that his son Canaan should be a slave to his brothers.
Why did God work His providence in such a way, and why was the feeling of shame at Noah’s nakedness such a sin? In order to understand this, let us first determine what sin is. Satan cannot emit the power of existence and action unless he finds an object with which to form a correlative base on which to have a mutual relationship of give and take. Therefore, whenever any being makes a condition for Satan to invade and thus becomes an object with which Satan can work, sin is created.
Next, we must understand why God tested Ham through Noah’s nakedness. It has already been stated that the ark symbolized the whole universe and that all the things done immediately after the acceptable offering of the ark, through the 40-day judgment, therefore symbolized everything since the creation of the universe. Consequently, Noah’s position right after the 40-day judgment was identical to that of Adam after the creation of the universe.
We can well imagine how unreserved and affectionate with each other Adam and Eve were after the creation, and how frank and without concealment they were before God. We can conclude this from the fact that they did not have the feeling of shame, even though they were naked (Gen. 2:25). But after the fall, they became ashamed of the nakedness of their lower parts, covered them with fig leaves and concealed themselves from God, fearing that He might see (Gen. 3:7). Therefore, their act caused by feeling ashamed of their lower parts was an expression of their feeling due to their sinful blood relationship with Satan committed through their lower parts. The action of concealing themselves by covering their lower parts was the expression of their guilty conscience, which deterred them from appearing before God after their blood relationship with Satan.
Noah, in the position of separation from Satan through the 40-day judgment, ought to have stood in the position of Adam right after the creation of the universe. In this case, God wanted to restore through indemnity the heart and feeling of joy He had experienced, looking at innocent naked man, without concealment before he committed the crime, by looking at Noah’s family neither feeling shameful nor trying to hide themselves at the sight of Noah’s nakedness. God had Noah lie naked in order to fulfill such a profound will. Consequently, Ham could have set up the condition of indemnity to restore the position of Adam’s family, which had never known any shame before the first sin, on Ham’s foundation of inseparable oneness with Noah through dealing with Noah without any sense of shame; that is, from the same position and heart as God.
However, on the contrary, Noah’s sons were ashamed of their father’s nakedness and covered him with a garment, thus showing that they could not appear before God because they were ashamed of their blood relationship with Satan, as was the case in Adam’s family after the fall. Therefore, Satan, who had been watching to see if there was any condition for him to invade in Noah’s family, as foreshadowed through the raven, did invade with Noah’s sons as his objects because they had shown themselves to be Satan’s lineal descendants.
In this manner, Ham’s act in being ashamed of his father’s nakedness became a sin, because it created a condition for Satan to invade. Thus, Ham failed to restore through indemnity the position of Abel from which to offer a substantial sacrifice, and failed to establish the foundation of substance. Thus, the providence of restoration centering on Noah ended in failure.
Would it be a sin for anyone to be ashamed of his nakedness? No. Noah had the mission of removing all the conditions which allowed Satan to invade, because Noah was substituting for Adam. Therefore, Noah’s family should have set up the condition of indemnity to restore the position of Adam’s family before the blood relationship with Satan, by demonstrating that they were not ashamed of nakedness, and thus did not worry about covering it. In consequence, the condition of indemnity showing that they neither felt ashamed of nakedness nor cared to cover it was a condition that only Noah’s family could set up, for Noah’s family was in the position of Adam’s family.
The burial chamber of Mun Yong-meyong; the "Shing Dragon' of North Korea; discarnate Christ and incarnate brother of Kim il Sung

The “Palace of Malice”, the burial chamber of Mun Yong-meyong; the “Shing Dragon’ of North Korea; incarnate brother of Kim il Sung: Korea’s discarnate Christ

 

The Second Voice of the First Thunder:

the Voice of the Second Woe

What Rev. Moon wrote on the pages 260-261 of his book Divine Principle about the failure of the providence of restoration in the Familial Level with Noah is as follows:

4. THE LESSONS LEARNED FROM NOAH’S FAMILY 

“……….It is not easy to understand why Noah built an ark on the mountain for 120 long years. Ham knew that Noah’s family was saved due to the toils of his father–toils for which he had been mocked and criticized. Considering all these things, Ham should have regarded his father’s works as good and meaningful, even though he was displeased with his father’s nakedness.
Instead of trusting Noah, who was on the side of God, Ham criticized him from a self-centered perspective, and showed his displeasure in his action. Therefore, the providence centering on Noah’s family, which God had set up by exercising the 40-day flood judgment 1,600 years after Adam, ended in failure. This shows us that we need patience and obedience to go the way of Heaven.
Next, God’s providence through Noah’s family shows us God’s attitude about predestination and the accomplishment of man’s own responsibility. We know well enough that Noah’s family was that which God found after 1,600 years of search, which He directed for 120 years until Noah finished the ark, and which He kept intact at the sacrifice of the whole of mankind by the 40-day flood. However, when Satan invaded the family through Ham’s mistake, God abandoned without reserve the entire family, which was the object of His providence of restoration, and thus His providence centering on Noah’s family ended in failure.
Moreover, the providence through Noah’s family shows us what God’s predestination for man is like. We must not forget that, in spite of His having found Noah as the father of faith after such a long period, God abandoned the family once it failed to accomplish its portion of responsibility and elected Abraham’s family in its place……”
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"Whoso Walketh Upon the Wings of the Wind?"

“Whoso Walketh Upon the Wings of the Wind?”

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The Scripture is fulfilled;

Repent and Atone, for the Time is surely at Hand,

a Time so Terrible that it has not been seen since the Beginning of the Creation of God,

as it is written;

21: “…. For then there will be (The) Great Tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time,

nor ever shall be.

22:   “And except those days had been shortened, there should no flesh be saved:

but for the sake of the elect those days will be cut short….”

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The Stolen Thunders of Azazyel,

revealed by the hand of Sun Myung Moon

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Sun Myung Moon in My Generation as our John the Baptist:

What was “the Lamp that Burned and Shined” ???

The Pillar of Fire, the Day-Star:

and the Moon

My Father spke of the Lamp that burned and shined, but what he referred to as what “burned” was the Pillar of Fire that burned at Night, and the Moon that Shined as when in Paradise the Light of the Moon symbolized the Virginity of Eve. Thus John was this “Pillar of Fire” that was burning until the Day arrived…as Jesus the Pillar of Cloud as the Covenant of the Day, which would succeed the mission of John as the “Pillar of Fire by Night” that led Israel until the Messiah was to arrive, symbolizing the “Pillar of Fire” as the “Covenant of the Night’, since the Messenger stood for the Messiah himself until he arrived; just as the Pillar of Fire on the earth guided Israel during the Night; and the Pillar of Cloud, high above in the Air, visible for miles, guided Israel during the Day.

What was it that “shined”? My Father was referring to the Moon; as when Israel entered the Promised Land the Two Covenants of the Day and the Night reverted back to the Two Original Rulers of Day and Night, namely, the Sun and the Moon. This could be seen as having the Masculine Principle stand over Mount Gibeon as the Male Symbol, and the Moon or Feminine Principle stand over the Valley of Ajalon, as the Female Symbol.

The saying of “..and the throne of David as the Sun…” refers to the Sun as the Masculine Principle restored, of course. It also explains that the Greek myth of Daedalus and Icarus referred to David and Solomon. David ruled his Chariot, as the moving throne of the Sun with a “heart that was perfect before Jehovah” did well, and Solomon, as we know, could not control his Chariot-throne and fell….to become Apollo, as the last of the gods; when he sold himself to the Devil for what he believed was immortality.

".....No man is clever enough to realize to the full all the evil he does....." de la Rochefoucauld

“…..No man is clever enough to realize to the full all the evil he does…..” de la Rochefoucauld

The Gospel of Repentance of John and the Gospel of the Kingdom of Jesus

John the Baptist also preached “The Gospel of Repentance”, just as Rev. Moon constantly implored his followers to always remember the broken heart of God every second. The sorrow was real, but the way Rev. Moon used this was as a thief coming in by the window…and ignoring my Father Jesus: the Door.

Few people understand the real scope and power of the responsibility and the power that was given to Rev. Moon as the messenger of Jehovah of Hosts. First of all, as with John in the position of Elijah the Seal of God, the Messenger rules in the position of the Messiah until the Messiah arrives. And after the Messiah arrives the Soul of the Messenger stand surrogate for the Bride: until the Messenger delivers to the Bridegroom the Kingdom as the Bride as the Meek or People of Submission themselves.

As David said, “….This people is now flesh of my flesh, and bone of my bone…”,  even as Adam had said of Eve.

My Father Jesus spoke of John as “the Lamp that burned and shined” after John the Baptist had been beheaded by Herod Antipas, Herod the Great’s eldest son.

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The 7 Sealed Thunders of Revelation; 6 of which were revealed by Rev. Moon,

as of the 7 levels of the Providence:

Unification Theology from Individual to Global,

Restored New Unification Theology from Global to Universal,

The Universal as the Cosmic Level of the Restoration, and the Kingdom of Heaven and Earth as the Creation

The Kingdom of Heaven and Earth as the 7th Level of Restoration

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A critical look at the first Six Levels of the Restoration of the 3 Great Blessings;  from Adam to Jesus:
and the 7 Failures of the 7 lords of Restoration, as their Voices of Judgment:
by the 7 heralds of  Dis

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The Failure of the Messenger Rev. Moon at the 7th Voice of the 7 Sealed Thunders

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Revealed by the Angel of the Covenant of Jonathan, in chapter 10 of Revelation,
 after whom John the Baptist was named: the Messenger of God
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The 1st Global Mission

of the Lord of the Second Advent

The Reunification of Korea

Tathagata Maitreya: Philip Sobul Love in Korea 

Philip Sobul Love with the Global Advent of the Holy Spirit in Korea at the Second Course of Restoration into Canaan at the Cosmic Level...

Philip Sobul Love with the Global Advent of the Holy Spirit in Korea at the Second Course of Restoration into Canaan at the Cosmic Level…

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When we look at the incredible contribution of Korea and Rev. Moon, who was it’s Priest, standing in the position of “…the Messenger of Jehovah of Hosts…”, one thing stands out above everything else: his deep understanding of the 7 Levels of the Providence of Restoration, and how the 3 Great Blessings, originally given to Adam in Paradise, are seen in every step of the 7 Rungs of the Ladder of Jacob as the Vertical Ascension seen in the Providence of Salvation; indemnified Horizontally, step by step, by all 7 lords of the Restoration of Creation.

Rev. Moon was, of course, the 7th Shepherd, or lord of the Restoration: as the Messenger with the New Body of John the Baptist. But he could have become the Messiah, had he been found watching for me at “the Day and the Hour”, seen in the Revelation at chapter 17.

As my Father Jesus once said;

“…..Who receiveth WHOMSOEVER I send:

receiveth Me…..”

I was rejected by Rev. Moon’s watchdogs in the Unification Church at their HQ in NYC starting in 1988 after I sent a 144 page letter to the directors of HSA-UWC, from my servant John sent to me by my Father Jesus
It was read by Jonathan Gullery, who did not pass it on to Rev. Moon, thus Jonathan, in particular,  failed his POR
Others, who came after him,  from Eric Holt all the way to Magnus, also dismissed me: for the next 25 years.

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The Three Great Blessings

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There is little doubt that Rev. Moon was the first one to find the pattern of the three great blessings, and how the restoration of these Three Blessings was to be found at every level of the 7 levels of the providence by the 7 lords of the restoration: and conclusively.

It would be idiotic to deny that this was actually something that each providential and central figure was doing to fulfill the will of God, since Rev. Moon shows exactly how Jacob, Abraham, Moses and others were set in doing this very thing.

The numerical evidence alone outweighs any denial: and Rev. Moon did not originate or make up these things, they are now there clearly revealed to the entire world, or at least to those now or formerly in the Unification Church, and lastly myself, as one who learned how to read at an early age.

      

Islam was denied their true status as the Second Israel in Rev. Moons book "Divine Principle". Infact they are not even mentioned as having any bearing on the Providence at all.

Islam was denied their true status as the Second Israel in Rev. Moons book “Divine Principle”. In fact they are not even mentioned as having any bearing on the Providence at all.

       Starting at about page 351 of the black book we have Rev. Moon’s exposition of the 3 great temptations in the correspondent course of the pattern of these 3 great blessing in an exact parallel, showing how Jesus restores these blessings in his 40 day course in the Wilderness at the global level.

        This makes perfect sense until Mr. Moon says my Father was a failure who was crucified in the position of John the Baptist and who did not even resurrect in his flesh and bone, as Jesus conclusively states and says to Doubting Thomas in the Gospel, but for Rev. Moon the Gospel can be dispensed with; and for those who are truly wise like himself we must aver that Jesus was just a “spirit” after his resurrection, wandering now as a ghost transcendent of “space and time”, who could even appear in locked rooms and was therefore not in a physical body because that would be IMPOSSIBLE: according to Rev. Moon.

      Rev. Moon then says my Father Jesus died without performing any of the duties of the Messiah ( forgetting Palm Sunday, when he entered Zion in Glory with Lazarus who he raised from the dead, in the position of John the Baptists dead body, fulfilled the Scripture as Christ the Lord in Zechariah, beyond the shadow of a doubt ) and then Mr. Moon leaves the Gospel of Christ with Korean punctuality as soon as it suited him: which was immediately after 1960 when he said he was the Lamb and that he had fulfilled all of the scripture and that Bo Hui Pak was then John the Baptist and….well……we know what happened next at Yankee Stadium in 1976 when it went so terribly, terribly wrong.

         But the three great blessings of “ ( 1) be fruitful, ( 2) multiply, ( 3), subdue the earth and have dominion”; were clearly pointed out as being what the pattern was when the devil asked Jesus to turn stone into bread ( as being fruitful in attaining the powers of Adam or “son of God”), and then to throw himself down ( as the angels would catch him because he was “the son of God” ), and then to worship him and be given the whole earth as the dominion ( because then he would have dominion as the “son of God” )

        Rev. Moon clearly stated that Jesus overcame the devil and that the three great blessings were then restored in this exact pattern: but then, we have a problem: this is not the version we see in Luke.

       The version we see in Luke is different, and the terminology and the tone are completely different as well. If one is wrong then the other is right: but Rev. Moon showed that Matthew was the exact pattern of the 3 Blessings restored; so now we have some flawed human scribe called Luke who got it all wrong and we can move on: right?

       No.. Not at all. 

      

The Cross of Jerusalem; when the City of St. Francis became the New Mecca; as Mecca had once become the New Jerusalem: even as Jerusalem was the New Salem...this is my City Not Forsakenthat as the Third Israel's "New Jerusalem"

The Cross of Jerusalem; when the City of St. Francis became the New Mecca; as Mecca had once become the New Jerusalem: even as Jerusalem was the New Salem…this is my City Not Forsakenthat as the Third Israel’s “New Jerusalem”

       

We can’t. And we can’t because this was meant to be this way, for the one who would take the road of Joseph, who becomes the one called “the faithful and wise steward / servant” of Luke and Matthew, and for the Son of Joseph, who is unknown: but is the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel. 

 

The Prodigal Son of David: Solomon.

       But this Solomon is the one who built the 3 altars on the Mount of Olives to the Triple Goddess, one for Ashtoreth, one for Molech and one for the goddess Milcom….but the one for the daughter of Pharaoh was the worst,  for which it can now can be revealed that this was the real reason that my Father Jesus prayed 3 times to God that the Cup of Death would pass from him at Gethsemane, not far from where Solomon built the 3 altars for his wives: and now you will know why that happened.

       The one that my Father Jesus was really fighting with in the wilderness for that 40 days: the one who had sold himself to the Devil and been given all the kingdoms of the earth long before Jesus ever walked in Galilee: that fallen one was Solomon.

       Solomon, Apollyon, the black sheep; the one lost of the 100 was the lost sheep, as that one who had to be restored of the 99 to once again have the 100. This is why my Father said.

      “…For the son of man has come to seek and to save that which was lost..”

        He wasn’t talking about mankind itself in a generality: he was specifically referring to Solomon, the prodigal son of David, who had fallen into the clutches of the devil and who which the 10 tribes had also then followed into the abyss as well, because Solomon dragged them down with him. The 12 tribes were separated and the 10 of the Northern Tribes were given to Rehoboam, as of when the garment he wore was ripped into 12 pieces by the prophet, and 10 pieces given to him due to Solomon having fallen….and when Solomon died Rehoboam came back from hiding in Egypt….thus the division once again of the ten and the two….as seen with the ten sons of Jacob with Leah…as opposed to the two from Rachel, Joseph and Benjamin…

       That is why the garment that had been that of the king was ripped into 12 pieces by the prophet and the ten were lost, as the 10 tribes were soon to become lost; and only two pieces remained, which were all of the kingdom of  Judah remaining.

        This is why, although few know the reason why this is written in the Old Testament.

        I do.

       Solomon was he who feared Death more than God, and who sold himself to Satan the Devil and became Apollo, the one that Zeus, or Azazyel, the fallen Strength of God, who was the Archangel in Paradise, called the god of the sun: Apollo, the last of the gods. The one who gained the whole earth: but lost his soul.

“For all the evil men do under the sun”

That was the refrain of Solomon: but none knew why.

      Until now.

      If you look at the order of the temptations in Luke you will see it was: stone into bread: fall down and worship me, and then; he was taken to the pinnacle of the Temple: and then told, throw yourself down.

    

The Malediction of Rev. Moon and the Invasion of Satan in the Dajjals' son; Osama, the Son of Laden; the One-eyed Dajjal from Yemen; the poor bricklayer Laden with the "Evil Eye" who became a billionaire....and had 12 sons...

The Malediction of Rev. Moon and the Invasion of Satan in the Dajjals’ son; Osama, the Son of Laden; the One-eyed Dajjal from Yemen; the poor bricklayer Laden with the “Evil Eye” who became a billionaire….and had 12 sons…

      But this order of temptations does not match the pattern of the three great blessings.

But it does match one, the one in which Solomon fell when he was tempted the three times: and fell at the first one with the mark on the hand; commanding the fallen angels with the ring for sorcery, and then the second, with the mark on the forehead for worshipping the dragon and to be able to disappear anytime he desired with the cloak of invisibility, and then the third, to be given the power to “go between”, and appear anywhere he desired on earth which was that of the winged shoes of his fallen dominion:; as ruling over the invisible realms of the jinn or spirits in the 3 lower heavens above the earth and the 3 upper hells below it with the djinn:  becoming that Angel of the Abyss, the King of his, and then others ‘Self Destruction”….Apollyon…otherwise known as “Apollo”, the last of the gods…as of “the sun”. of which Solomon wrote of all that was “…under the sun..”

      There are then three Solomon’s, the younger one, as we see in the Song of Songs, where he finds the female aspect of the soul in his kingship, and then the middle-aged vision of the wise but cynical king in Proverbs, and then at the end, the bitter and skeptically adrift king, in Ecclesiastes.

But it was in his old age that Solomon began to seek how to circumvent his coming death, as the Devil had by that time convinced him that nothing of life would be his portion but the grave; annihilation, in short. Solomon did not believe in resurrection…for him Death was final…and everlasting….

The Bride, the Lamb's Wife is the Virgin Daughter of Light, the Daughter of Allah

The Bride, the Lamb’s Wife is the Virgin Daughter of Light, the Daughter of Allah

     The Word in its letter is Death: in the stark utterances of Moses and others Solomon interpreted the texts with a more and more concrete literalism; the vision we finally see in Ecclesiastes: no possibility of resurrection, and no place after life but the grave. Man and the beast both have the same life; and are the same in sharing equally the same death.

       The question is then this; who destroyed Solomon? His own shadow, materialism, Midas.

        The 666 talents of gold that we see Solomon collect is in I Kings 10:14, in “one year”.

This “Midas touch” was of his own spiritual materialism, the “daughter” turned to gold in the mth of Midas is the “soul” Solomon lost by selling his soul to the Devil and worshipping him to be given dominion over the earth.

       This is Apollo, rational delusion as Apollyon: self-destruction, the nemesis of Solomon: he who fell in love with his own life or soul, loving only his own life itself, as they of the Northern Kingdom who fell in love with themselves as seen in the myth of Narcissus, the silly dove of Ephraim, in love with their own vain image of themselves: the internal imagination created of their idolization of themselves. Thus the rose suspended over the Abyss is Solomon in love with his own reflection or soul; but it is this very thing that he loses by trying to hold onto it above all else.

       So who does the devil worship?

       Himself.

The Cain and Abel of Korea; Kim Il Sung and Sun Myung Moon

The Cain and Abel of Korea; Kim Il Sung and Sun Myung Moon

      Solomon destroyed himself, he was his own worst enemy, like David was with Bathsheba, but this happened because his fear of Death and the thought that there was nothing after this life but the grave was able to be so pressed into his mind by Satan that he sold himself to continue his existence at any cost, although he thought he had made the best of a bad situation in the bargain for his terms.

        He worshipped Satan upon the Mercyseat of the Ark that Moses had had Bezaleel build, and Solomon had then had brought into the very Temple he had built. But he ruined his own ideal.

        Sensual lust was only part of it, the rest was the desire for immortality at any cost.

        Thus he traded the Ark for his own life, or so he thought.

       And that is when it vanished: right to Baal Hermon, the White Mountain at the northernmost boundary of Israel, the real ‘Olympus’ where the third of the host of the angels came down, and took wives of the daughters of men.

It’s other name????  Mount Sion…..

        And now we shall have a little voyage of discovery. It’s very much like the yacht called New Hope that Rev. Moon used to sail around on: except that the reason that I was brought out from San Francisco after it fell: to start over in New Hope; is the same reason that it was said that the coming of the Son of Man would be as when Lot was led out of Sodom after it was judged; to start a new family in Zoar.

         As I said, the full story was the one I decided to tell you right from the start, a partial or incomplete explanation at this point would be worse than none at all.

         Right now it is you, my friend, who represent the Last Hope of the Unification Church. My friend Glenn Emery is considered a pariah, as he left the Church and took back the Blessing Rev. Moon stole from My Generation, though they don’t know it,, and I am not even considered to be anyone of account by the inverse racism due to the Korean bias, that bias being as of the fact I am not a Korean.

         

"...then look up; for your Redemption draweth nigh..."

“…then look up; for your Redemption draweth nigh…”

          There is little doubt that you placed high in the estimation of those you served because they saw something in you they decided to reward. But my servant John knows the real reason of your reward: and now both he and my Father Jesus have brought things to this pass so that you will have a real choice; not a fake one.

           Amen, and so be it. Now let us begin…..

Dae Mo Nim; the Real Ruler and Queen of the Unification Church

Dae Mo Nim; the Real Ruler and Queen of the Unification Church

Revelation 10:1-11

1   And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire:

2   And he had in his hand a little book open : and he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth,

3   And cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth : and when he had cried , seven thunders uttered their voices.

And when the seven thunders had uttered their voices, I was about to write : and I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me,

…..Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered , and write them not…..”

 And the angel which I saw stand upon the sea and upon the earth lifted up his hand to heaven,

6   And sware by him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are , and the earth, and the things that therein are , and the sea, and the things which are therein , that there should be time no longer:

7   But in the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when he shall begin to sound , the mystery of God should be finished , as he hath declared to his servants the prophets.

8   And the voice which I heard from heaven spake unto me again, and said , Go and take the little book which is open in the hand of the angel which standeth upon the sea and upon the earth.

9   And I went unto the angel, and said unto him, Give me the little book. And he said unto me,

Take it, and eat it up ; and it shall make thy belly bitter ,

but it shall be in thy mouth sweet as honey….”

10   And I took the little book out of the angel’s hand, and ate it up ; and it was in my mouth sweet as honey: and as soon as I had eaten it, my belly was bitter .

11   And he said unto me,

                ”….Thou must prophesy again before many peoples, and nations, and tongues, and kings….”