Son of Abraham – Matthew 1:1

Greetings in Christ,
The Davidic kingdom lets us know that the divine understanding of the Trinitarian God is seen
through-out moral works of Charity and acquisition of the wisdom of the Trinity.
The Son of Abraham lets us see the knowledge of prophecy and prophetic stability. Hence the
knowledge of moral generations requires us the divinity of oneself to morally know and observe the
Trinitarian capability of our God.
The Davidic life acquires us the habit of moral worship and divine and monastic love. For us to
understand the divine sonship of ourselves, we must understand our relative knowledge of the True
God. For in by increasing our knowledge of God increases the graces that we receive and enact
according to divine will of the Trinity.
The knowledge of all generations of love morally obtains us the sacred sanctity of God. For in God’s
divine sanctity we can find the true knowledge of apostolic love.
The knowledge of Abrahamic text, wherefore acquires us the habit of divine sainthood. Wherefore,
the old becomes new through the knowledge of moral ascension, Christ’s imminent and holy
resurrection, and His divine sacrifice. The newness of divine teachings helps us to see that the ever
living God exists. Wherefore, the knowledge of Himself, which is Trinitarian in every dimension sees
that the divine Christ never left us without any reason at all, for it His by His divine will that grace
becomes true and grace becomes apparent.
The knowledge of the true capability of God is infallibly obtain through our knowledge of our self
and our very own moral dignity. Hence, the knowledge to know the acts of God rests on our divine
trust with our moral God. For it is by trust we can realize the capability of God that can go beyond
our moral knowledge of divine strength.
We end with a Marian prayer
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen
Blessed Mother, thank you for your understanding
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen

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