Ofudesaki Part 15, verses 57–71

Nurturing useful timber in the low valleys and hastening the Service

(57) Until now, the high mountains, boastful, have noisily done as they pleased.

(58) From now on, however high the mountains may be, they will never be able to do as they please to the low valleys.[1. OC 15:57, 58: Until now, those who are in high positions noisily complained and interfered as they wished by stopping the Salvation Service. Yet from now on, no matter how high their position may be, they will not be able to treat those below them as they wish. Continue reading Ofudesaki Part 15, verses 57–71

Ofudesaki Part 15, verses 22–56

The lameness of Shuji’s leg and the hastening of the Service

(22) From today on, whatever talks I shall begin and whatever I shall say, please comply.

(23) There is no knowing what I shall say step by step. I shall carry out My intentions on whatever things.1 Continue reading Ofudesaki Part 15, verses 22–56

  1. OC 15:23: There is no knowing what kinds of things I may gradually say. All matters come from My grand intention for single-hearted salvation.

Ofudesaki Part 15, verses 1–21

Part 15

From January in the 13th year of Meiji

Part 15: [Kami] is hastening the gathering of performers to complete the Service and teaching the cleansing of the heart. We strongly feel the urgency of the serious situation

Using the lameness of Shuji’s leg as a basis for teaching, [Kami] urges each person to set the mind to perform Service

(1) Until today, I have been biding My time, refraining from speaking out on whatever matters.[1. OC 15:1: Until today, I withheld disclosing My profound thoughts regarding any matter. Continue reading Ofudesaki Part 15, verses 1–21

Ofudesaki Part 14, verses 25–47

Be of the mind filled with joy as was intended by [Kami] in the beginnings of origin

(25) The reason [Cosmic Space-Time] began human beings was the desire to see you lead a [joyous excursion].[1. OC 14:25: I, Oyagami, created human beings out of the desire to have the entire human race to live a truly enjoyable life and to share in this joy through watching this. Continue reading Ofudesaki Part 14, verses 25–47