Why We Say Yes to the Dinner Invitation

Divine action, being limitless in its plenitude, can take possession of a soul only to the extent to which that soul is emptied of all trust in its own action. For such self-confidence is a spurious fullness that excludes divine action. This is the obstacle most likely to impede divine action, namely, that which is found in the soul itself, for in the case of external obstacles the divine action can, when it chooses, convert Continue Reading →