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  • Jane Karimi

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    Growing up as a Seventh day Youth where issues of Begotten Daughter Could not be imagined, I was very very close to Jesus, and still is. My major concern was always why they cOuld not have a superwoman like Jesus. After studying divine principle, I was just too thrilled, to find such a one, saying
    HERE IS THE CHURCH THAT ANSWERS MY SILENT QUESTION OF YEARS OF HEARTACHE AND THE FACT THAT I MET HER IN MY LITTLE LIFETIME. I WAS JUST TOO THRILLED TO DIG OUT ANYTHING ELSE.
    Now, the question of only begotten son has been there for 2000 years. It will continue for millenia, regardless of who it is, Jesus for christianity and True Father for us. However, there has never been a begotten daughter in human history. As I sat there watching our
    True Mother Smile at America for the 1st time since True Fathers Sunghwa, I was immensely grateful to be there. I am thrilled to believe in a begotten daughter alongside a begotten son. She is my hero, my hope and fulfilment who encapsulates the true dignity of all women. Long live my hero. My Superwoman. my Mother.
    Jane Karimi,, Washington DC Family Church.

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    • Grace Davin

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      Hi Jane, I share your excitement having a superwoman like Jesus. You were certainly ahead of the times to have already been thinking about the Begotten Daughter. How lucky we are to have True Mother to lead us during these troubled times.

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