Calling an angel a son or Me his dad
Letter to the Hebrews One v- Five thru Ten
5 For to which of the angels did God ever say: “You are my son; this day I have begotten you”? Or again: “I will be a father to him, and he shall be a son to me”? 6 And again, when he leads the first-born into the world, he says: “Let all the angels of God worship him.” 7 Of the angels he says: “He makes his angels winds and his ministers a fiery flame”; 8 but of the Son: “Your throne, O God, stands forever and ever; and a righteous scepter is the scepter of your kingdom. 9 You loved justice and hated wickedness; therefore God, your God, anointed you with the oil of gladness above your companions”; 10 and: “At the beginning, O Lord, you established the earth, and the heavens are the works of your hands.”
From this day forward, I will begin reflecting on God’s Word in rhyme with direction from the Catechism of the Catholic Church. As mentioned to many of you, I am discerning joining the ranks of the Deaconate for the Catholic Church. This is the reflection of countless hours of prayer leading to say this one and only time what and why I am using the Catechist for. I know many of you are not Catholic but I know in your heart that I speak of Jesus just as the Church has and always will. This is a book created for all the faithful as well as the people of the world searching to understand the Mystery of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ but more importantly Holy Mother Church which is described as The Rock The Church was built upon when Jesus handed the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven to Peter and said, “Upon this Rock I will build My Church and the Netherworld will never prevail against it.”
This book describes in numeric form every purpose of Holy Mother Church and relays several important functions I have taken from the United States Catholic Bishops informational website in charge of instructing the faithful for the United States to better understand how The Church seeks to be Universal in absolute Truth. It states the Catechism of the Catholic Church conveys the essential and fundamental content of Catholic faith and morals in a complete and summary way. It is a point of reference for national and diocesan catechisms. It is a positive, objective and declarative exposition of Catholic doctrine. Finally, it is intended to assist those who have the duty to catechize, namely promoters and teachers of catechesis. From this day forward, I will refer to the book by number which can be researched with any Catechist manual and or sought in digital form on the internet.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church, like the Catechism of the Council of Trent, is divided into four major parts. They are referred to as the “four pillars” on which the Catechism is built. In his Apostolic Constitution promulgating the Catechism, Pope John Paul II called them the “four movements of a great symphony.” They are
- the Creed (what the Church believes),
- the Sacraments (what the Church celebrates),
- the Commandments (what the Church lives), and
- the Our Father (what the Church prays).
The Catechism consists of 2,865 paragraphs, each of which is numbered. There is an internal cross-referencing system among the paragraphs which makes it simple to find all the passages in the Catechism which treat a particular subject.
Today we are speaking of Angels and we find more information of what the church teaches about angels from the Catechist paragraphs 328 through 336. In paragraph number 333 we find the following that unites us with God in His Angels and His Saints; “From the Incarnation to the Ascension, the life of the Word incarnate is surrounded by the adoration and service of angels. When God “brings the firstborn into the world, he says: ‘Let all God’s angels worship him.'” Their song of praise at the birth of Christ has not ceased resounding in the Church’s praise: “Glory to God in the highest!” They protect Jesus in his infancy, serve him in the desert, strengthen him in his agony in the garden, when he could have been saved by them from the hands of his enemies as Israel had been.Again, it is the angels who “evangelize” by proclaiming the Good News of Christ’s Incarnation and Resurrection.They will be present at Christ’s return, which they will announce, to serve at his judgment.” Amen.
Join me as we pray our daily prayer of forgiveness. I am sorry Lord. I believe You died and rose for me. Please forgive me as I forgive others. I share You as my Lord and Savior seeking to live your Will in all things. Prayers for our children especially our two oldest Alexandra & Allen; Julian, Gabriel and Jeffrey and our grandchildren Oliver, Julian and Elliott. We pray for those we’ve said we’d pray for and those who’ve asked us to pray for them. We pray for the dying as we do each day. Lord give them peace in their last breath. Silence for the prayers of others. Holy Spirit and St Joseph CC & Holy Mother Church. In Jesus Precious Blood by His Name we pray. Amen.
I am a poet obedient to Christ,
Evangelist Thomas Cruz†Wiggins
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03-29-2022 Hebrews One 0510
**Calling an angel a son or Me his dad**
Saying God ever angel son of Mine wed
Me My son you begotten ever said
Calling an angel a son or Me his dad
Born first God’s angels Him worshipped at His bed
Angels become wings flame fiery for ministers instead
Son’s throne O God forever stands ahead
Ever and ever His Kingdom scepter righteous never shed
Gladness anointed above all wickedness hated justice love Jesus fed
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March 29, 2022 @ 8:04 AM EST
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