Orthodox universe, Innocent – I Peter 3:18

Innocent – I Peter 3:18

Greetings in Christ,

Innocent allows us to recognize the moral reality of divine grace. Innocent, allows us to recognize the divine reality of true love.

The sacramental journey allows us to recognize the divine essence. The essence of love assures us of the virtue of moral confidence in His true and cosmic love.
The supreme knowledge to act according to Eucharistic presence is a life free from worries of eternal destination.

The Eucharistic love will allow us to believe in God’s supernatural acts. Our allegiance to the Eucharistic knowledge divinely allows us to recognize
the supreme charity of the Creator. The universal meaning of the Eucharist gives rise to the emergence of the true Gospel. The Gospel is universal in many
credible ways. Since the Gospel universally allows us to believe in God’s order, our supernatural tendency to act according to grace is morally confirmed.

Christology by reason of Eucharistic love ensures our moral obligation to act according to the desire of the Trinity. Error cannot be tolerated since
it makes reality less than perfect, which in the perspective of the Holy Trinity must be in accord with His will. The simplicity of reality
allows us to recognize the universality of love.

Christ’s true love ensures our sacramental obligation and our Eucharistic accordance with Trinitarian love. Error in the presence of the Trinity is an error
against the supreme love of the Creator and His eternal designs. Divine grace assures us of the obligation to act according to Eucharistic love.

The supreme knowledge of God is credible since His morality subsists. The credible knowledge of the Triune order allows us to believe in grace.

Christ’s eternal knowledge of the cosmic order is a knowledge of His eternal love. The supremacy of Christ assures us of His divine intervention especially
on spirituality and divine recognition. Error in the presence of spiritual knowledge is an immoral knowledge. Innocent allows us to recognize docility
in relation to divine grace.

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen

Blessed Mother, thank you for your love

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen

In Christ through Mary,
Kin

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