1. Each follower of the Peace Mission Movement has a story about his or her conviction that Father Divine is the living incarnation of God. Miss Heddy’s conviction occured before the Swiss alps in 1940. At the time, she didn’t speak English and had not visited the United States. She had met a small group of Peace Mission followers in Basil and heard all about Father Divine, but her logic told her that God could not possibly be walking around in Harlem, New York.

    In 1949, nine years after her conviction, she found her way to New York City to work with children. She met Father Divine and her faith was confirmed. She moved permanantly to the United States in 1956.

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  2. “There’s no point in seeking to go somewhere else that you don’t know about. Enjoy this good earth God gave us.” – Miss Kingdom

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  3. In the summer of 1946, Father Divine married a twenty-one-year-old white Canadian woman. The marriage, he said, was the ultimate example of God’'s approval of racial integration and of international peace.

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  5. The second part of an interview with Mother Divine held in June, 1997. She talks about the significance of Father Divine’s dark complexion.

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