Where does the wind carry us? It sails us across the sea and sweeps us through the meadows.
Glide with me on sun-graced sea
The waves glide, fair and grave.
The sparrows glide, divine and inseparable?
My meadow, blessed with silver, my divine one.
"This is the blood of the covenant, which God has commanded you to keep."
Lord I take your word from (Matthew 26, 28), "this is my blood, which seals God's covenant, my blood poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. 29I tell you, I will never again drink this wine until the day I drink the new wine with you in my Father's Kingdom."
How has the Bible found words that allow it to evoke divine, invisible, and ineffable realities?
The revelation of the being and action of the Holy Spirit is but an example among others of the way in which the biblical authors have expressed God's presence in his creation from one, very simple words Like every language , it is from the daily experience and after the historical experience as these words were loaded with a very different experience in which the gift of the creator to his creature was manifested.
When the Bible is finished with the testimony of the writings, a theological language is already constituted which the Church will always refer to to express the action of God from which she lives.
This is the result of a long history, rich with meaning for our lives.