...and the three-in-one nature in Man
The Lord: "That you, too, have the same trinity within you as I Myself, I will now clearly show you.
Behold, everyone has a certain love within him and, as a result of such a love, also a will; for love is in itself a desire and a longing, and that is wherein the will lies. This applies also to all the plants and animals and, to a point, also to the other matter.
Even the most vulgar and unrefined man possesses love and willpower; but what does he achieve with it? He is only concerned with satisfying his lowest and most material needs which, going forth from his crude love, instinctively transmit to his will from which his intellect receives nothing but the haziest notion. Look at such people's actions! Aren't they far worse than those of animals whose love and desires are guided by a higher influence?
It is quite different, however, with the love and its will of those people whose intellect has become enlightened; for with its light it then permeates man's love and its will and thereby the whole person. Only then does love provide the pure means, the light or wisdom sets them in order and the will puts them into practice. Since man, as God's image, possesses such an ability, too, does he then consist of three people, or is he just one person?"
Say all, and in particular the first disciples: "Thank You, o Lord, for having explained this so very clearly, for You do not always speak and teach like this. Only now do we fully understand how it is with the oneness of God, and so You are indeed fully God as we have already suspected on various occasions."
However, we have yet one more question, and then matters schould be rather clear. Look, Lord, in addition to all His attributes God is also infinite and, therefore, omnipresent. How is that possible with You since You are with us bodily in a person exactly as limited in its form as we are?"
Says the Lord: "Behold, you My old disciples, there again emerges a weakness in your memory. Don't you remember how you put an almost identical question to Me at the time we went from Galilee to Samaria? And didn't I prove to you by a sign in connection with the sun how through My will I am simultaneously present in the sun and on earth? And now you ask Me practically the same question. I showed you the same near Caesarea Philippi, when we stayed with the innkeeper Matthias in Capernaum, where I instantly filled in the deep hole that had formed; also in Chotinodora with the idolatrous lake, and you still do not grasp the mystery of the Kingdom of God, and even less the mystery of God?
Is not My will, glowing with eternal love and permeated by its blazing light, which is the wisdom of God, the for you so incomprehensible Holy Spirit that, going forth from Me, keeps forever filling all infinity? And through My Self, also through My being and existence, I am everywhere present in the same way as I am now present among you directly in My actual essence. This I have on several occasions demonstrated to you, My old disciples and brohters, very clearly, and yet you had forgotten it; but this time you will remember it, won't you?
I will not always remain among you with My whole primordial essence, and yet I will be among you as the Same, that is, with all those who will be faithfully acting and living in accordance with My Word I will remain to the end of time of this earth.
When the time has come, I will, still in this world and through much suffering and the greatest humiliations, transform this human part of Myself into My primordial divine nature and then ascend to My God, Who is within Me, and to your God, Who is at present among you and is teaching you this with His own mouth.
I have now explained the mystery of God to those of you for whom it is necessary to better understand these great mysteries; all others will have to wait until they are able to receive this knowledge through My Spirit."