The question has been asked, “Did Christ inherit the divinity of God?” The answer is a definitive “no.” Christ did not inherit divinity. He is, was, and will always be divine by origin, by nature, like God the Father Himself and this from before creation and the beginning of time (viz. Jn 1:1).
Christ is both God and Man. He did not become God by inheritance, by progressive deification, by grace as was intended by the Heavenly Father for humankind – created beings. He is God because He has always been God, begotten not created: in the beginning there was the Holy Trinity – God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit – and silence. No one else; nothing else. To claim, therefore, that Jesus Christ somehow ‘inherited’ His divinity is to proclaim an outright heresy.
The Apostolate of the Divine Heart announces the publication of its latest book titled A Voice Calling God’s People. The book is available globally in Kindle electronic edition from Amazon.
A Voice Calling God’s People is a call from the barren wilderness, a cry from the heart, to God’s own people, to return to Him who loved them, who was their first love and who is infinite love. This book was written during the vigil of Pentecost.
Purification in the desert is an ascent, for all our untoward attachments are removed so the Holy Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – can come and live in us. If we are not thoroughly purified this way, how can we open ourselves up sufficiently for Them to come and live in us with power and might? Perfect light and life cannot dwell where darkness resides. This is why we are presently being (more…)
“Since it is from You, God our Father, that redemption comes to us, Your adopted children, look with favor on the family You love, give true freedom to us and to all who believe in Christ, and bring us all alike to our eternal heritage” (Prayer from the Office of Readings, 10th Sept.).
“The Spirit reaches the depths of everything, even the depths of God. After all, the depths of a man can only be known by his own spirit, not by any other man, and in the same way the depths of God can only be known by the Spirit of God. Now instead of the spirit of the world, we have receive the Spirit that comes from God, to teach us to understand the gifts that He has given us. Therefore we (more…)
When graces are distributed to a soul, it is God the Father who grants such graces and the rest of the Divine Family agree or intercede. Thus, graces reach us in this manner: our Father gives the grace required or requested to Jesus Christ, through the Holy Spirit, since Christ is the administrator. Then because both Christ and the rest of the Trinity have (more…)
The Divine Heart of God the Father loves all of us, His adoptive children, with infinite love and eternal mercy, despite our frailty which at times leads us to sin even mortally, eradicating His Presence from within our souls by eliminating sanctifying grace. The Core of our Father’s Divine Heart is, in fact, indefatigable (more…)