True Father told us how to become his true, only begotten children: “We have to think of the Lord of the Second Advent as our Father, and think of him as the Bridegroom, …then as the Son and Daughter. So when you see him, you have to feel you are his children, his son or his daughter; then you have to feel you are his bride—that is in the woman’s case—and for men, you have to feel like his brother. Next, you have to feel as parents with him, together with him.”
We have to think of the Lord of the Second Advent as our Father, and think of him as the Bridegroom.
These feelings come through revelation and spiritual support from God, and they remain through absolute faith. True Father explained this in Jacob’s family and in Jesus’ family.
Unlike Jesus’ family, which “lost faith in Jesus, looking at him through human eyes,” Jacob did not judge his mother with human eyes. Through his absolute faith in God and his mother, he received his father’s blessing.
In contrast, those around Jesus lost faith, denied the revelation, and judged him with human eyes. As a result, “there was no room for them to help him receive his bride.”
What of True Father’s family? True Mother received the revelation and maintained absolute faith. She restored the failure of Jesus’ family.
Her first step was to become the Bride, by which action True Father became the Bridegroom. In a sense, she took the position of John the Baptist. At the river, God revealed to John that Jesus was God’s Chosen One. Then, the object partner, John, baptized his subject partner, bestowing upon Jesus the Old Testament foundation. Then, God told Jesus he was God’s Son. Thus, John the Baptist completed Judaism.
In 1960, the object partner, Hak Ja Han, baptized her subject partner, bestowing upon Sun Myung Moon the New Testament foundation. Then True Father took the position of Bridegroom. Thus, True Mother completed Christianity.
True Mother looks at True Father through God’s eyes. As the Bridegroom. Love alone is the victory.
What happened then? In True Father’s words: “Love alone is victory. … If John the Baptist believed in Jesus, there could have been brought about love between him and Jesus. No love being there, Jesus was destined to die.” John began to look at Jesus with human eyes. True Mother looks at True Father through God’s eyes. As the Bridegroom. Love alone is the victory.
Our victorious love appears July 15 at Madison Square Garden.
(Citations: “The Importance of Heavenly Heart” p. 6 http://tparents.org/Moon-Talks/SunMyungMoon71/SunMyungMoon-711230a.pdf; Exposition of Divine Principle p. 229, Genesis 27:5-17, 42-45; “View of the Principle of the Providential History of Salvation,” in Pyeong Hwa Gyeong p. 116; John 1:29-34, Matthew 3:16-17; “Change of Blood Lineage [III],” Jan 21, 1973, p. 7 http://tparents.org/Moon-Talks/SunMyungMoon73/SM730121.htm.)