Humans Should Lean on God’s Hands

Consider the Front Mountain of Wolmyeongdong. The previous owner wanted to use it as a graveyard or as a field.

He let thorn bushes and common shrubs collect along the mountainside while saying, “This mountain is useless. The hill is too steep and because it’s in the shade, I can’t use it for anything. I’ll just use it as a graveyard when I die.”

He planned to use this mountain as a graveyard.

Since we bought the mountain, the owner changed. At that time, I prayed to God, the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Son saying, “There are hardly any trees on this mountain. How should we use this place?”

At that time, God and the Lord told me, “This is an extremely precious mountain. Its steep slope fits very well with what I am planning on using it for. Let’s make it grand and intriguing by building the Ambition Masterpiece on it. As for the area that is not slanted, let’s make that place into a prime spot for people to sit comfortably on and securely. That area will be called the Masterpiece of Rest. In the future, a tremendous cloud of people will crowd here.”

He continued, “Let’s make the mountains around Wolmyeongdong into art pieces by growing pine trees and maple trees on them, and let’s open trails for taking walks and collecting firewood. Let’s make the paths in such a way where God’s beloved people will be able to come and go comfortably, to the point where even if a woman walks on them in a skirt, she will not get pricked by any thorns.”

In this way, we should always lean on God’s hands. When you lean backwards, the Holy Spirit will catch you. When you lean backwards, the Holy Son will catch you. In other words, you must meet God, the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Son. You must be used by God, the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Son.

Today as well, the Lord is searching for people. To those who have leant their ears to the Holy Spirit, I pray that the Holy Trinity will let them hear and realize.

~Excerpt from the Sunday message of December 6, 2012; Pastor Jung Myung Seok

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