Reflection 103: Knowledge of God is Beyond Words

Communion with the Trinity must be the central purpose of our lives.  And though we may converse and speak words to Them, the deepest form of communication is beyond words.  It’s a union, a giving of ourselves and a basking in Their Mercy.  Knowing and conversing with the Trinity must take place in the depths of our souls through a language that is understood in a way that words cannot contain (See Diary #472).

Do you know God?  Do you know the Father, Son and Holy Spirit?  Are you in daily communion with Them, speaking to Them, hearing Them?  Reflect upon your knowledge of the Divine Persons of the Trinity.  Each “speaks” in His own way.  Each one calls to you, communing with you, loving you.  Let your soul come to know the Persons of the Holy Trinity.  A relationship with Them will fulfill the deepest longings of your soul.

Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, please come and dwell within my soul.  Help me to know You and love You in the depths of my being.  I desire to be in communion with You and to hear You speak Your mysterious language of love.  Most Holy Trinity, I trust in You.

More Divine Mercy Reflections

Daily Gospel Reflections

Saint of the Day for April 13 – Saint Martin I, Pope and Martyr

Lent Prayers and Reflections

40 Days at the Foot of the Cross—Reflection Thirty-Eight – The Soldier’s Lance

Daily Email:

Would you like our Daily Reflections emailed to you?  My Catholic Life! offers two email lists to help you on your daily journey with our Lord. Click the links below to visit our sign up page.  You may unsubscribe at anytime:

Daily Gospel Reflections and/or Daily Divine Mercy Reflections 

May these reflections assist you on your journey of personal conversion!