by John-Peter Gernaat
Sacrament means the development of a relationship to the Divine. The theology of the Act of Consecration began by considering the first words of the celebrant before stepping up to the altar. In these words we learn something of the nature of the Divine Trinity and the relationship we can develop with each of these aspects of the Divine.
Then we looked at the Trinity Epistle which describes in great detail the nature of the Divine Trinity.
Now we are looking more closely at the Advent Epistle. Advent is the first of the three liturgical festivals of the Father that describe the expectation of something coming to earth; the birth of something on earth; and the revealing of this something in the being of a human being. For a while we will deepen our understanding of the Father, the nature of the Father and our relationship to the Father as the Ground of the World and the One who sends the Son.
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