A piece of writing from MOTHER TRINIDAD DE LA SANTA MADRE IGLESIA,
from the 11th of January, 1967. Title:
THE WILL OF GOD
God lives His life in the homely communication of His Divine Family. He is Himself intercommunication of Trinitarian life, for Himself, in Himself and of Himself, having no need of us for anything.
God is Himself all-holiness, all-eternal perfection. God is Himself infinite will of being.
God is Himself, because He knows what He can be Himself and He wants to be Himself what He knows He can be. And He wants it because, for His being the eternal Good, He is adhered to that same Good in such a way that, by the demand of His very perfection, all that is good for Himself, He desires in His desire that is being.
God is Himself concentrated and recondite, living within Himself, begetting within Himself and being Love within Himself.
And God, who has in Himself all that He could desire, who does not need any external thing –so much so that, were He to need it, it would be because He had not His capacity fulfilled and complete in Himself, and so He would not be God– He has wanted, in a desire that is performance and that is manifestation of His will, to create us to live Him, to enter where He is and to contemplate Him with His Sight, to sing Him with His Word and to love Him in His Love, so that we might immerse ourselves in His intercommunication and participate in Him.
God has created us only and exclusively to live of His life, only and exclusively for that. Our goal is God alone. He is the centre that has to fill our eternity forever, or our always with His Eternity.
And within this infinite will of God, that is identified with His Persons and with His very being, He has graciously willed to place us on earth, to give us such freedom that may enable us to possess Him. And He has placed us in some circumstances where we might fulfil our goal to live of Him through those very same circumstances in which He has placed us. Therefore, all things, of themselves, provided they are properly used, can never separate us from God, since He gave us all of them so that we might better serve Him.
Thus, any moment of our life, out of love for God, wherever we may be, if we try to do His will, by doing with our greatest love those things that have been entrusted to us, then we are living by the divine will. And, given that in God His will is identified with His Unitarian and Trinitarian life, we are living of the Trinity and perhaps we have not realised this and are unconsciously doing so. Yet, this is the great reality of our life of grace.