Supreme Council and the Conscience
Let your own conscience be your guide. According to the Principle our original mind already has the absolute standard of goodness. Our individual conscience guides us on the foundation of our reason, and how much we care for others. We can strengthen our conscience through disciplining our physical body. Then our body acts in accord with the quality of our mind. It propels us toward God. The CIG system, like the UM, is affected by the quality of the individual(s) in charge.
If the individual(s) in charge have an underdeveloped level of conscience then the citizenry suffer. It’s similar to the conflict of the individual with a divided mind and body, where the “body” is affected by the quality of the mind, or one’s conscience.
When someone who is in a position is not qualified to be there then there is conflict. They guide based upon their own relative standard of conscience. The other members of the council are influenced based upon that standard. If the person still has a fallen mind then there is a base through which Satan can act and develop.
You can clearly see since the beginning of the period of the “Nim Wars” five years ago the effect that self interest can have on the future nation centered on God. This behaviour is not acceptable in a community centered in God, especially one in the vanguard of God’s providence. All people should conform to the Principle, and live in accordance with Eternal, and Natural Law. The result is another non-principled realm.
So the members of the Supreme Council, and positions of authority should be accomplished Tribal Messiahs. They should have fulfilled their responsibility substantially in their Home Church Area, their tribal sphere, and their Home Town Activities. If the ideal has God at the center, and is one family world centered in God then the structure of the ideal should reflect that.
Instead of a Supreme Council there should be a system centered on Tribal Messiahship, with God as the center, with accomplished people in positions.