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Make your daily life beautiful like the Natural Temple With hard work and persistence, you can make a masterpiece. People can make themselves into masterpieces as much as they work on themselves. The Natural Temple […]
Wolmyeongdong Squirrels Hey everyone! I recently saw some squirrels in Wolmyeongdong. Aren’t they so cute?! A curious squirrel that crawled up to my camera! Although they are wild animals, the squirrels in Wolmyeongdong are not afraid […]
While I was developing Wolmyeongdong, God told me to work on it as if I were developing an art piece. The reason He told me that is because making a work of art and just working on something are completely different.
Following the promise I made after the summer retreat in Wolmyeongdong in 2010, the Holy Son’s House of Love was constructed with everyone’s combined efforts.
The Holy Son said, “Finding is treasure.” He meant that the act of finding is in itself a treasure. In Matthew 7:7, it says, “Seek and you will find.” The Holy Son made me seek so that I would realize about this Word once again.
When developing Wolmyeongdong, if we had developed it without any design in mind, we would have ruined this masterpiece. However, I left the mountains as it was without forcibly changing it and developed it according to God’s design.
I had a dream during the initial stage of Wolmyeongdong’s development…
Even if rocks are erected on top of dirt, if the ground is even, then the rocks will never fall. However, rocks that are erected on top of an angle will never be able to stand because the dirt will eventually slip and slide.
I am always in the process of getting ready and preparing before I do anything. Whenever I place a boulder, I ask God whether He likes the way the boulder has been placed. Since God is always watching, I can work with perfection. I push myself to do my best whenever I place a boulder. It’s to the point where I can’t do any better. If someone asked me to take the boulders out and reposition them, I wouldn’t be able to place them any better.