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Two Questions to make you think

Thursday, June 16, 2005
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Jesus I Trust in You!!

I just have a couple questions that I would like to ask today that I have been thinking about recently and I would place it out in the Catholic blog world.

1} If God is Love and God is Truth how do He carry out the Divine Providence and where does Justice, Judgement, Mercy and Grace fit into the picture??? my thoughts below...
A. Divine Providence is Brought to compleation in Love and Truth. Which both go hand in hand.
I. And from Love
a. Mercy
b. Grace
II. From Truth
a. Law
b. Justice
b. Judgement
III. It is through Grace that a bridge can be built across the great abyss between law, justice and judgment that Mercy can enter and rescue the soul and bring it back to Love again and into Light. Then more Truth and More Graces are given.

2. The Second question is what is the point of Christ offering us Mercy as our best way to avoid some terrible times if there is no justice? Does a innocent person go before a just judge and beg for mercy...NO. So, who does, the criminal, the sinner, all of us we are all sinners and that is why we need mercy because there is a Just Judge in the end and we will all desire His Mercy much greater than His Just Judgments. Christ would not offer Mercy as a a recourse for us if there was not a Judgment. It is only Divine Mercy that can save us from each other and our selves and from the days and years before us. Why Mercy if there is not a judgment and there is so the question should be why not beg and pray for Divine Mercy?
Jesus I Trust In YOU!!
Omnia Pro Iesu Per Mariam!!

Saint Michael, Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray. And you, Prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God, thrust into Hell Satan and the other evil spirits who prowl the world for the ruin of souls. Amen.
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