When God created us, the three divine Persons, poured Themselves out together on us and took delight in us. This is why every soul possesses its own proper physiognomy, its personal beauty and its unique name that God placed on it the day He created it, according to His desire on creating each soul.

Let us not look at others to avoid feeling envious of the gifts they have received and let us not try to imitate them, let us look at God and let us imitate Him, in order to be ourselves.


“Only God Himself knows the name of each soul”


[bl]T[/bl]here, in the bosom of Love, […] He who Is Himself, out of an infinite and loving delight, breaking forth into His creative will, He desires, in a desire that is action, to create; […] we see the divine Maker creating the soul of each one of us as if it were the only soul, and pouring Himself into it in the superabundance of His loving being. […]

On creating you, whoever you may be, the three divine Persons jointly poured themselves forth, taking delight in one single creating gaze, in order to create you in their image and likeness. That is why each soul has its own special physiognomy, its own particular beauty, and its unique name given to it by God on the day He created it, as befitted its physiognomy within creation. Each soul has its own name, and in heaven there will not be any created being called like it, because it will bear that name which God, in His infinite loving wisdom, has fashioned only in it on creating it; a name that is altogether all its being as if it were an expression of the Creator, which will reflect that nuance or physiognomy that the Divine Wisdom wanted to impart upon it in order to call it so eternally. […]

Because when Infinite Love created you, He placed in you, according to the physiognomy that He gave you, the way, the shape, the pattern that you had to follow; depositing in your soul the talents and capacities which suited your soul, as His love’s only creation, in order to fulfil that divine plan, and so that He could call you by your name, by the only name through which He will recognize you, since with that name and having Him as your end, He created you.

In heaven each one of us will have our own name, the one given to us by God when He created us; and it will be more or less complete, fulfilled and glorifying of God Himself, to the extent of our fulfilment of the divine plan regarding our creation. […]

The divine Word is teaching each one of us, as if each were the only creature, as if we were little children, how to fit into that divine mould, with which His loving will wishes to see us fully identified; a mould that was broken and warped by original sin, and which now, by striving to identify ourselves with the creative will of the Eternal Wisdom, we will proceed to reshape little by little until we grow so much conformed to it, that the Creator, the divine Maker, will again see in us that creation which, coming forth from His breast, He made for Himself for His accidental delight.

Holiness consists in our fitting in with the loving plan that the Eternal Wisdom has for each of us. Because, what would become of the poppy if it were always striving to be a rose, because it thought, with its own gaze, not through God’s, that the rose was more beautiful than itself…? Well, it would spend its whole life leaning towards the rose, without adjusting itself to that divine plan, which, by having created it a poppy, made it so simple, so innocent, so naive, thus reflecting the simplicity of God.

Both the rose and the poppy are expressions of the divine perfection, and while one flower expresses some attributes better, the other flower reflects another set. But when each one of them fits into its mould and reflects one attribute, it reflects the fullness of the divine Being, since each attribute contains all the other attributes or perfections, and, therefore also the divine life in its Trinity of Persons. Once the poppy became disengaged from the divine plan, it would become an unhappy poppy that, outside of its mould, would feel sadder, poorer and feebler than others.

Only God Himself knows the name of each soul, and only by that name will He recognize it. And those souls that, because they do not fit into the divine plan, are not in conformity with their name, will be the ones to whom the Creator will say at the time of the wedding:

– “Truly I say to you that I do not know you.” […]

– Soul created by God, do you think that to the Love of infinite fatherhood a rose is more than a poppy? Do you not see that in each one of them the Creator poured Himself out, making of each His only one, His dove, His chosen one and His beloved amongst thousands…?

Only by its fitting in with that divine plan will each soul fulfil its mission, and thus each one will be able to be called by its own name as befits its created being; since, when God poured Himself out over them, He moulded Himself into them with His whole being; and each and every one of them, by fulfilling the divine plan, is a created reflection of the Uncreated One.

Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia
An extract from the writing: “FIT IN WITHIN THE PLAN YOUR SOUL WAS CREATED FOR”   
From the book: “La Iglesia y su misterio.”

Fragment of the video of Mother Trinidad “Sublimation of the cross”, recorded on January 14th, 1989 (press PLAY):

God knows Himself and loves Himself; and that knowing Himself and loving Himself is to be Himself what He is, known, maintained and embraced in infinity. He knows us and loves us; and that knowledge of us and love of us is, in His creating will, to create us and maintain us, which is to stand in being by the power of His wisdom, which identifies with His very Self, thus penetrating us to the marrow of our being… Who knows us like God? Yet, in God, His knowledge of us is to be in us by His power of being. (12-2-67)
Day or night, God never leaves us; wherever we might go we can always go in His company; and since the person who has God has everything, we feel at ease in any place, provided that we are how and where He pleases. (21-2-67)
Things express the thinking and perfection of their Author; yet, in order to understand them well, it is necessary to know the will of Him who brought them into being and the end He wanted to achieve on making them. (24-7-70)