Why, if Christ died for our sins, is this world still so full of evil? What was the purpose of Jesus’ life? Was it connected to the original purpose of creation and what is that original purpose? Where do we stand right now in God’s providence and the fulfillment of His original purpose for us?
All these questions are answered in this first book of the Gospel Family Trilogy.
Many people talk about the second coming of Christ as if it is in the future. We are saying it has already happened, coming like a thief in the night. The seed of the Kingdom of Heaven on earth has been sown, taken root and we have the chance to participate in its growth. This is the greatest oportunity of our lifetime, and it is now knocking at our door. Please be humble and open yourself up to it.
This book details the life of the Lord of the Second Advent. It touches on his childhood, his calling, and on through his life and victories. You will learn what he has suffered and done for the sake of you and me, and what he has accomplished for God and humankind.
This is a guide to family life in the new era of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth and describes a lifestyle centered on it.
Christ, at His first coming, taught us to pray for God’s Kingdom to come on earth as it is in Heaven.
At His second coming, He has taught us practical ways to actualize this kingdom within our daily lives. This book explains it in an easy to read, step by step way that is essential for all families wishing to participate in the Kingdom.
As a Peace-Loving Global Citizen
We are pleased to present As a Peace-Loving Global Citizen. The original Korean-language version of this book met with widespread acclaim and became a yearlong bestseller in Korea. In this first-person account, Reverend Sun Myung Moon shares stories of his family and childhood, his call from God, and terrible persecution, and even imprisonment numerous times. It includes anecdotes on the many global projects he has founded in the fields of media, education, the arts, and oceanic enterprises, and the pioneering of unprecedented levels of interfaith and interracial cooperation.
This English translation, now in its third printing, has been well received in the West even though it was originally written for a Korean audience. This edition continues to improve on the first translation, incorporating suggestions by readers, including a map of Korea, a photo section, and an index.
Please read, enjoy and be inspired by this heartfelt story of one man’s life given to helping this world of ours.
Published by the Washington Times Foundation. Copyright 2010