The Heart and the Blessed Sacrament

 

Greetings in Christ

By virtue of divine grace we are enabled to act according to moral and divine freedom and enable us to live a life of divine and moral sovereignty. The heart
is the source of all understanding of divine and moral grace. Thus the heart, gives us a saintly impression of the moral order.

The heart signifies the weakness of humanity, and opens up the infinite perfections and infinite beauty of the Trinity. Hence, the heart, leads us to
the dynamic practice of moral virtues. The heart is capable of connecting us to the divine virtue of God.

The heart signifies the divine virtue of the Trinity. We can morally confirm of the sacred capability of the Triune God to morally defend us in times of peril.
Without the Triune God, we come to understand of the need for the practice of virtue.

The infinite life granted by Christ, through the Blessed Sacrament enables us to deeply maturate in to a Christian life. A life that is indeed, spiritual
and divinely understood under the virtue of moral and divine grace.

The infinite signifies the divine understanding of the Creator as with regards to morality. The Trinity cannot err on acts of divine affection for in this
manner the Blessed Trinity capitalizes on moral and natural stability of the intellect and the will.

The Blessed Trinity enables us to understand mysticism only by virtue of love. For this manner, mysticism, by moral capability extends the divine integrity
of the Triune God, and enables Him to perfectly allow us to live in accordance with moral virtue.

There is but no error in the Blessed Trinity, for His blessings are but mere sought by all saints, and requires us deep humility in approaching the
throne of God.

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,
Kin

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