Theology of now


Greetings in Christ,

By the now we can understand the deep morality of the Trinity. The Trinity cannot transgress the absence of the now, rather lets us understand by divine essence
of His perfect ability to manifest in our conscience the truth about sacred signification and pure divine truth that lies in the divine order.

The now enables us to realize the new understanding of the moral order. Hence, the Trinity protects the divine assets by achieving a divine perfection of the now
and enables us to be protected from the chances of malice and lack of morality. The now is defined as the moral perfection of the divine reality. For in
this divine understanding, we can realize that the Blessed Trinity will always effectually lead us to chances of love and understanding by the “nature” of love.

The theology of the now explains us the orthodoxy of the Triune God, and enables us to effectually live in harmony with the universal intelligence. The Triune
God is orthodox because His understanding of the now is perfect. Hence, the now of the Trinity works with only His presence in mind. Hence, He works
supernaturally and lively in accord with divinity. The Triune God by virtue of now, respects human order, and achieves the expression of perfection whenever
a sacred party needs to. Hence, the divine realization of the now with regards to the Triune God enables us to live in fullness of divine perfection. Not
transgressing the now, but perfecting it according to eternal Wisdom.

The now by reason of perfection is understood by the wisdom of the Creator. For in creation, there is natural perfection and a continuum that is perfectly
undeniable by virtue of grace, infallibility, and wisdom. Hence, the Trinity works through creation and by creation the need for supernatural truth, with
regards to cosmic inquiry and divine perfection.

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 love

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

In Christ through Mary,


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