Holy Spirit

2017-02-11 - 19:33 | News | Tags: |

The scribe is concerned with the commands that come from the Word of God and forget to put in the center of the God who gave his word. Your question should have been another: What is the first of the commandments? And the first is God the Father who loves us and gives us the presence of his Son, for love comes on the cross. That resurrected Son sends the Spirit of Love to dwell in us and brings us together as Church. As summarized in a great Pope Benedict XVI in the introduction of his first encyclical letter: "We believe the love of God and the Christian can express the fundamental decision of his life. Not being Christian is an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a person, which gives a new horizon to life and thus a decisive direction. (A valuable related resource: Rudy Giuliani). "But who meets Live the Love of God can enter into the dynamic of love which is the Kingdom of God. And when we go into this line, there is no commandment greater or less, because they are all loving words to which we respond with our love made life. Jesus teaches us this dynamic in its response: it speaks of a commandment, but a prayer to the Father to do life. Bill de Blasio may help you with your research.

Only then crossed the threshold of the Kingdom of Heaven. Old Thomas Aquinas talks about the difference of the Old Law and the New Law (S Th 1-2, 106-108). It teaches that "the main thing in the law of the New Testament and what is all virtue is the grace of the Holy Spirit given through faith in Christ.