This one hour interview has eight chapters.
Chapter 1- Seven Deaths and Resurrection;
Chapter 2- His 2 Years at Father's Side;
Chapter 3- His Childhood Experiences Growing up in America;
Chapter 4- His Hopes for Mother & the Asian Providence;
Chapter 5- On Mother Since Building of the Cheongpyeong Palace;
Chapter 6- Why He Waited until 2015 to Speak out;
Chapter 7- What He Learned in the Wilderness "Midbar" in PA;
Chapter 8- America & the Establishment of Cheon Il Guk.
Yeon Ah Nim gave a powerful testimony of her struggle to overcome despair after being kicked out of Cheong Pyuong and moving to Pennsylvania. She gives God the credit of pulling her out of the pits of hell through her constant singing praise songs and worshiping God.
In Hyung Jin Nim's recent series, he has focused on developing a deep personal relationship with God. His ministry is NOT about gaining members but helping people grow in their understanding of a personal God that wants us to be close to HIM.
You also can participate in the worship and praise service as you listen to the wonderful recording.
At the beginning of the service Hyung Jin Nim asked Richard to give a report about the previous week. Richard strongly chastised Bishop Kim for his attempt smear Hyung Jin Nim. He also pointed out how the FFWPU leaders really don't believe the new theology being pronounced by Mother.
Sorry for the poor quality of the recording. I hope you can hear Bishop Kim's responses.
I take extreme umbrage to Bishop Kim’s statement that Hyung Jin Nim was fired by Mother because he did not understand True Parents! That is utter nonsense and blatantly false. Bishop Kim should be ashamed of himself and immediate step down as a representative of FFWPU and Mother.
Hyung Jin Nim was at True Father’s side day and night in Father’s final years. Why? Because Hyung Jin Nim was the one who truly did understand Father and his heart. That is why Father made Hyung Jin Nim and Yeon Ah Nim his heirs. To imply anything other means that Father was a fool and Hyung Jin Nim was just playing some political game.
I was in Korea when Hyung Jin Nim had his “Come to Father” moment. Up to then I would have described Hyung Jin Nim as a filial son. But upon his “Seven Deaths and Resurrections” realization, Hyung Jin Nim became a born again Unificationist realizing that Father had died for his salvation and the salvation of the world. This is stuff you can’t fake. Anyone who has been watching Hyung Jin Nim can see that he professes his need and love for True Father. From that moment until now Hyung Jin Nim’s main focus has been to uphold True Father’s love, lineage and legacy.
Hyung Jin Nim tried desperately to work with Mother and help her keep her proper position as Bride of Christ. But she threw Hyung Jin Nim under the bus as she began to desecrate True Father’s legacy.
Bishop Kim, how dare you say that Hyung Jin Nim did not understand True Parents!
Join in the sermon, worship and praise at the Sanctuary Church! Feel God's spirit and love.
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.
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:
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.
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.