A Brief Remembrance

A repetitive thought of Unending Value:
 
I’ve found love to be summed very well within the “wisdom from above” (James 3:17). True wisdom necessitates a reckoning for our own shamefacedness when our culpable ignorance is brought forward by others, especially in cases wherein we feel prideful or superior to the beliefs of others. As St. Augustine says, he was “led to find in the Platonists the seeds of the doctrine of the Divinity of the Word, but not of His humiliation.” It’s quite easy to notice an appearance of the Divinity of the Word, but does the appearance humble us? Does it refuse pride? Does it humiliate us in our wrongdoing? Is it enlightening? If it does not, then our appearance may be woefully inadequate, woefully insufficient. Dear friends, we’re to be humbled underneath the transcendental intersubjectivity of the Word; we’re to be humbled underneath the Purity of the Word of God no matter where it’s to be said, or from whom it’s to be uttered. Blush, sinner, blush!
 
Love, among all the truths within itself, is humility under the Word of all times in which it’s spoken by others.
 
St. Paul writes, “If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal” (1 Cor. 13:1).
 
Love, when it’s painful.
Speak the truth, when it’s painful.
Recall the Suffering Man.
Recall the Suffering Man.
Recall His Suffering-Innocence:
whereby the multitudes of the Witness neither knew,
nor gave any thought to such, His Task.
 
Blessings to you all; and grace!: from Our Lord and Savior, Our Precious Christ.
 
Pax Christi.
Let it be so.
Let it be so–Amen.
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