Convincing People That Father Is The Messiah

Hyo Jin Moon May 14, 2006, 7:00 am Belvedere Unofficial Notes: Joe Kinney

All welcome Hyo Jin nim and everyone offers a bow.

Hyo Jin nim comes to the stage and there is a long pause while Hyo Jin nim looks over the crowd. There are many 2nd generation from STF.

There are a lot of young people here.

What is your greatest difficulty when you go out and try to convince people who we are?

It is to convince people that True Father is the Messiah.

Let's talk about the anti-Christ. What is the anti-Christ? Can anybody tell me what the anti-Christ is?

You have to know this to explain the Messiah.

Many members in the room offer various answers including:

Somebody that says they have all the answers but doesn't... Someone who block people from following the messiah... Communism... Someone who is against human welfare... Obstacle to coming to God...

(Hyo Jin nim can't hear someone's answer and he says) I have wax in my ear I can't hear you.

(He continues to encourage participation from the members and the replies continue for a while.)

This is your opportunity to speak.

Give me more

Give me more

Give me more

If you expect something from me because of my status (as Father's son) then you have to give me the benefit of the doubt.

One day my ear wax will fall out.

(Answers continue to come)

What the heck did that guy say? Well anyway you guys heard it.

(Hyo Jin nim's expression becomes more serious and he begins to speak again)

I believe that the best definition to the question of what is the anti-Christ is to define individualism as a concept.

The anti-Christ in its self is the concept of individualism.

It is very important for you to understand that the anti-Christ is not a person. The anti-Christ is not the Devil. The anti-Christ is the concept of individualism.

You have to understand that there is the anti-Christ in you.

Unless you address the anti-Christ inside yourself....

You have to nullify the anti-Christ inside yourself to be a moonie.

It's a concept.

The anti-Christ is a concept.