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THE CHRISTIAN MYSTERY

Christianity teaches the unique manifestation of God.
This revelation is empowered in a New Testament.
God is not manifest in this expression but in its interior.
Just as a cathedral is a place of meeting and beyond communion.
Within the tradition of Christianity exists divine
calling to goodness and virtue. This contemplation
of emulation tries to enact the highest expression
and embodiment of Love. To be a Christian means
building and entering a Sacred Covenant with God.
Christian contemplatives have empowered a profound
interpretation of the souls interior salvation. By intense longing
and prayer for Union they effectively allow the ascent to Grace.
The presence of Spirit embodied in Jesus Christ fills the Heart.
The Christian deepens the experience and relationship
with the logos through Love.
The commandment to love God with all
ones mind, body and soul and others as if self
is the core teaching. This intense passion
and devotion is enhanced through contemplative prayer.
In this we endeavour not to petition God but to surrender
and worship unconditionally. It is through humility
and repentance that we acknowledge our limited supplication.
Christian influence permeates Western culture.
Prayer is its alignment with Love, just as communion
is its enactment. Christianity is the personification
or embodiment of sacrifice. Solitude in the midst
of communal prayer is being alone before the gathering.
God is worthy of adoration. Gods Epiphany enhances
this deeply personal revelation through the individual
of Christ Jesus. This is the Christian Monotheistic tradition.
Teachings of Trinity explain attributes of the Union.
Similarly doctrinal interpretations enable a diverse means
of following. Interdenominational strife is always conditional
upon characteristics apart from the contemplation of the
Divine logos and its message of reconciliation and hope.
God has always offered us hope for a future.
The Christian mystic contemplates and encourages
the emergence of this future 'heaven on earth' state.
We try to emulate or enact the virtues of Christ and
to find his qualities stirring our hearts activities.
God comes from Heaven on to Earth and walks with us.
The messianic principle becomes an individual enactment,
from Divine Birth to sacrifice and transfiguration.

CHRIST BE WITH YOU

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