Speaker: Dr. David Burgess
Message: "Father's Day"
Sunday Service 6/17/2018 @ Seattle Family Church
Quote:Today In the Light of Dispensational History - Sun Myung Moon, February 23, 1977
"Here on this earth. children have the human tendency to tong for their parents even when they are separated for only a few days. This human tendency comes from the original nature of men; we are longing for that one parent of mankind, God. This inseparable relationship must be re-established because men cannot bear the loneliness of being separated from God.
When you consider this, man has something to be proud of. What would that be'? The supreme pride of man in the world of perfection is to have God as father. To be able to say, "God is my father; Almighty God is my father!" is the greatest pride of men. Man's second most supreme source of pride is that he can say, "I can possess the love of God-, I can monopolize the love of God." And man's third source of pride in the world of perfection is that he can say, "I can inherit God's kingdom. I can inherit everything that my father has." Isn't that truly something to be proud of? In our world, people are proud of so many social positions. They say, "You know, my father is a Ph.D., a doctor at Harvard, a prime minister: "I come from the royal family." These positions become a source of great pride. Think of it-you can say, "My father is God." "