Speed of Pure spirit – Marriage

Speed of Pure spirit – Marriage
Greetings in Christ,
God who is Pure Spirit ravels at divine union.
Marriage can only be understood in the context of the divine. Hence, Catholicism, cannot be
understood without the context of divinity. It simply means that understanding requires divine
knowledge. Hence, marriage can be understood from an eternal point of view.
God understands the state of divine locution. Hence, our orientation towards Him must be an act of
divine intelligence. Moreover, our distinguished acts are morally acceptable only through divine and
moral means. God’s definable knowledge can be seen through-out eternity which enables us to see
the reality of the moral sacraments.
God who is Pure Spirit, and His speed marvels at union of one’s state and heart, hence moral
God’s divinity is always seen as divine love. Hence, our divine “orientation” is always found on love.
For with love, we can find myriad of divine ways to worship.
Marriage can be understood in the context of morality. Hence, marriage enables us to see that
divinity always wins. Without moral knowledge the divinity of God cannot be understood from a
moral context. Hence, our holiness is essentially needed.
The Divine God always understands a moral definite act. Hence, our divinity must be always present
at times of moral difficulty and divine trials. Where, marriage always flourishes.
Without divinity, we cannot marvel at love. For in divinity, only we can see that love is divine. For
without love, there is no moral divinity.
Pure Spirit’s concern is divinity. Hence, our maturity always enacts according to our divine
orthodoxy. Without a moral act, divine knowledge can be understood from an orthodox point of view.
Hence, orthodoxy helps us understand the divine act, which is pure love. Love enables a divine act
the way it should be because of morality.
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 divine and moral understanding
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen
In Christ through Mary,


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