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Podcasts of Rev. Hyung Jin Moon's Sermons

Sermons from Rev. Hyung Jin Moon's services at the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary Church in Newfoundland, PA
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Dec 14, 2015

Hyung Jin Nim leads us in a worship service filled with the spirit of God.  Play this audio file over and over to be energized, uplifted and rejuvenated.

 

Nov 4, 2015
This short excerpt from Hyung Jin Nim's sermon last week needs to be heard by all Unificationists everywhere.  On Oct 24th, Han Mother proclaimed that the 2000 year history was not so Jesus could come again restore the Eve position as Divine Principle says.  Instead she said that Christian history was "...for finding the Only Begotten Daughter." She continued to say that the history of the Korean peninsula "was to await the birth of the Lord of the Second Advent, the Only Begotten Daughter."
 
Sorry but this does not jive with my understanding of Divine Principle or True Father's teachings.  So if you are still following FFWPU, I am wondering how this squares with your understanding of the principles of restoration.
 
This excerpt is only 8 minutes and 21 seconds.  
 
Thank you Sactuary-PA for putting this out.
Oct 28, 2015

Thank you Sanctuary-PA.org for getting this special testimony out.

This video is available on Vimeo at: https://vimeo.com/143848635

Here is the first video in a two-part interview with Yeonah Nim in which she discusses:

  • Becoming part of the True Family;
  • Hyung Jin Nim's and her reaction to being anointed as heir/successor couple by True Parents in 2008;
  • Hyung Jin Nim's and her concern for Japanese brothers and sisters;
  • Hyung Jin Nim's efforts to reform the Korean church;
  • Hyung Jin Nim's and her experience living closely with Father for 2 years and what she learned from that;
  • Hyung Jin Nim's and her relationship with Mother.
Oct 26, 2015

Tim Elder, head of Sanctuary World Mission Department, speaks about the importance of the upcoming blessing next year.  He clearly outlines who should attend and why.  Listen to his report given to the Sanctuary Church congregation on Sunday, Oct 25th, 2015.

Oct 26, 2015

This sermon clearly differentiates between the vision Hyung Jin Nim and Kook Jin Nim have for the coming Kingdom of Heaven and that of FFWPU. I found this so exciting!

For years the Cheon Il Guk has sounded like a dream vision where everyone gets along, where people and nature live together as envisioned in a Watchtower tract. This is nothing against the Jehovah Witnesses, but that vision just doesn’t seem real. Nice but not substantial.

What makes this sermon great is the Sanctuary view of freedom and responsibility in God’s kingdom. It seems realistic and solid. The constitution that was just declared by them clearly promotes life, liberty,and the pursuit of a joyful life. I want to be a citizen of the kingdom that Hyung Jin Nim and Kook Jin Nim are working towards.

Oct 14, 2015
Richard Panzer said...
 
On September 27, 2015, UTS professor Andrew Wilson gave a presentation at the Clifton Family Church in which he explained his enthusiastic support for Mother's theological proclamations and strong criticism of Hyung Jin Nim's ministry. 
 
I reached out to Andrew to see if he would like to participate in a public forum to discuss these important issues in the Unification Movement, but he declined.
Consequently I have decided to create a video response with the title, "My Response to Andrew Wilson."
Oct 6, 2015

This sermon is preparation to understand the importance and significance of next week's Declaration of the Constitution of the United States of Cheon Il Guk

Sep 28, 2015

Does your vision of Cheon Il Guk include a top-down authoritarian government or one that focuses on the rights and freedom of individuals so they can reach their maximum potential without government intervention?  Hyung Jin Moon clearly delineates the differences between the constitutions being offered out of FFWPU and the one he is promoting.  This and more is covered in this powerful sermon.

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