Strength with God

By Michael Knight

Saturday 6 March 2010

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In the image of strength and oneness between God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit, commonly known as the Holy Trinity, you can as a mere mortal at anytime in your life become one with God and each other. It maybe a new path that can appear confusing at first, however it's a divine journey you must surely make.

Take away the union between Mum and Dad and the family structure folds inwards crippling the strength of the family. Take away the union with God and the structure becomes almost no more.

Triangles are the strongest geometrical shape known to man. That's why bridges and other structures such as the pyramids incorporate triangles in their design — for strength.

Equally, so can the concept of a triangle be used for strength in the relationship between a father, mother and God.

For without a union with God there can be no everlasting strength in the union between a father, mother and their children.

Click on the image of the bridge to see a spectacular picture of the Sydney Harbour bridge Australia and see how many triangles you can count.

With love, kindness and peace

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    By: Tom from Canberra, Australia on March 11, 2010 @ 3:50 am
    Yes very true with equalateral triangles i think being the strongest. Yes & also agree that while love thy neighbour maybe good, love thy family and kids is x10 better. Love you Billy and Terese.
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