was deeply devoted to the proper leadership of The Family
. Unlike other religious leaders, David kept away from the spotlight and was only recognized by his followers and the public who were exposed to his writings known in the early days of the Family as Mo Letters
. Despite the rapid global expansion of the Children of God
and The Family, David steered clear of public interest and was busy in advising, tutoring, guiding and motivating the organization’s members in their efforts to spread the Gospel
of Christ, the message of hope and love to a distraught world.
David’s main agenda in his writing was to properly position his followers in the basic instructions of the Bible as well as base them on the mission of his newly found group. His teachings were centered on the unwavering confidence that Jesus Christ and God’s love as described in the Bible were the only answers to each and every human needs of life.
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