The Delight of the Trinity

I need to spend less time trying to understand God
and more time adoring God.

Heaven is not a place;
it is a state of being…
a state of being fully in tune
with the Trinity.

The delight of the Trinity
is to pour itself out into Oneness.

Prayer is the Trinity praying in us.

As Christians, we are penitents, but not guilt-ridden.
We are sinners, but we are forgiven.

Feeling negative about yourself
is not pleasing to God.

Humility is truth.
We know we are sinners;
we know we are forgiven.

In our helplessness,
God can do anything.

Christianity lives in the heart, not the head.
The head is for doctrine.

Live for God.
Literally, explicitly, without shame.

There is a mystic within everyone.


2 Responses to “The Delight of the Trinity”

  1. 1 aliceny September 27, 2013 at 9:20 am

    “Christianity lives in the heart, not the head. The head is for doctrine.”

    There it is, Gerry, the plain inescapable naked truth for all time. Why is it so difficult for us to see? To accept? Is it because it is so profound in its simplicity, so uncomplicated? Many people spend their whole lives avoiding this truism and yet it is, I believe, what Jesus’ incarnation is all about, what He came to tell us, to share with us.

    Layers upon layers of doctrine often cause confusion and muddies the waters when it uses pedantic, trivial reasoning that serves to inflate human egos and to obfuscate Jesus’ basic message.

    Thank you for this, Gerry.

    Thank you

  2. 2 divinephotog October 1, 2013 at 5:40 am

    “There is a mystic in everyone.” Absolutely. I love how you see and express the Divine in everyone! Thank you for being such a conduit!

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