What was “impossible” has become possible…: The Incarnation!

Man said “no” to the Creator, man had no solution… yet, God said “I will make a man who in being true God may say “Yes” to me on behalf of all humanity.”
The Father tells the Word: “You will be the Man”.
What was “impossible” has become possible… God can look pleased now to this humanity because His only Son now responds to Him, as Head, for all of it….

Come and contemplate the mystery of the Incarnation guided by someone who has gone into the very depths of this mystery: Mother Trinidad.



          Those who live by the Holy Spirit are brought to Mary, and She shows them in Her womb the secret of the Incarnation, where the Father speaks His life to mankind, through His Son, in the maternal virginity of the Lady. (22-12-74)


          When God wanted to speak His infinite joy to me, the Word became flesh and, through Mary, He spelled it out to me in my holy Church with a Father’s heart and a Holy Spirit’s love. (25-9-63)


          How great is this, God who, in His infinite capacity cannot be more than God, is made man…! And how great is that man becomes God! Incomprehensible mystery of infinite love! (7-3-67)


          The day of the Incarnation…! An eminently priestly day, of thanksgiving and astonishment, because God did that which is incomprehensible out of love for Himself and for men. Mystery of ineffable tenderness and infinite splendour, of chilling simplicity and sovereign majesty! in front of which one can only adore trembling out of love and respect. Day of the Incarnation: God is Man, and Man is God! (4-4-75)


          The Incarnate Word embraces, in the reality of His two natures, Eternity and time, divinity and humanity, the creature and the Creator, in such a perfect union that, in being Himself Heaven and earth, He has no other person than the divine one. (15-10-74)


          Christ is so extremely wonderful, that He Himself is the Anointing and the Anointed; the Anointing as God, and the Anointed as man, having everything fulfilled in Him through the overflowing and transcendent fullness of the Incarnation. (15-10-74)


          In the mystery of the Incarnation are gathered all the mysteries of Christ’s life, because it contains within itself the gift of God to man and the grafting of man into God; being thus manifested and consummated that very gift through the life, death and resurrection of Christ, according to the Father’s will, by the impulse and love of the Holy Spirit. (12-1-67)


          The Incarnation is the loving act of God, full of compassion and infinite mercy, pouring Himself over man in the womb of the Virgin by His redeeming will. (27-3-62)


          Thank you, Lord, because You became man and, therefore, are capable of suffering, dying, rising and even staying for all time in the Eucharist, prolonging the whole mystery of the gift of Your love in the Church through the priesthood. (4-4-75)


Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia


I thank you, Lord, for your Promise fulfilled in the Church!

There is only one thing missing in this writing, one thing that, obviously, human handywork can’t do but which we can certainly do: to get down on our knees and worship overwhelmed and overawed by such gift. Only when we start adoring will we begin to “understand” the incomprehensible, because we abandon our views in order to enter into God’s Light sensing the reason why His infinite love has been poured out on us through The Eternal Convenant.


“The Promise of the New Convenant”

“Then the Lord God said to the serpent: ‘I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; He will strike at your head, while you strike at his heel.’ ” […]


A promise renewed to our Fathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob: “I, the Lord, am the God of your forefather Abraham and the God of Isaac; the land on which you are lying I will give to you and your descendants. These shall be as plentiful as the dust of the earth… In you and your descendants all the nations of the earth shall find blessing.” A promise announced by the Prophets and carried out and fulfilled in the fullness of time in Christ, the promised Messiah, Yahweh’s Anointed, the Only Begotten of God made Man: […]

[…]God is going to carry out his Covenant with man and invents a way, within his infinite wisdom, that hardly fits in the potential possibility of the infinite and coeternal Being. Because God can only be God and man can only be man. And the manifestation of the infinite wisdom and power consists in that God, without ceasing to be God, be Man, and Man, without ceasing to be man, be God; all this being brought about through the mystery of the Incarnation in the innermost being of that creature whom the Father Himself, moved by the infinite love of the Holy Spirit, creates to be the Mother of his Incarnate Son: The new Woman who would crush the head of the dragon; “the virgin shall be with child, and bear a son, and shall name Him Immanuel, that means ‘God with us’.” […]

[…] “But when Christ came as high priest of the good things that have come to be, passing through the greater and more perfect tabernacle not made by hands, that is, not belonging to this creation, he entered once for all into the Sancta Sanctórum with his own blood, obtaining eternal redemption.

For this reason he is mediator of a new Covenant or Testament: since a death has taken place for deliverance from transgressions under the first covenant, those who are called may receive the promised eternal inheritance.” […]

[…] And so that this Covenant may be perpetual with Christ’s restoration through the mystery of his life, death and resurrection, God wanted to stay with man, but in a glorified state: “And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age” in a Covenant of infinite love. […]


[…] How beautiful is the tenderness of the infinite Love for man! When, in the night of the Supper, the Apostles, having a feeling that a separation was near, are sad, then the Promise of the New Covenant does its promise of perpetuation among us establishing its eternal commitment.

“For I received from the Lord what I also handed on to you, that the Lord Jesus, on the night he was handed over, took bread, and, after he had given thanks, broke it and said, ‘This is my body that is for you.’ In the same way also the cup, after supper, saying, ‘This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me.’ ”

In this new promise the Eucharist is instituted, by the bloodless Sacrifice of the altar, perpetuation of the life, death and resurrection of Christ; that is why in the Holy Mass is perpetuated for us in constant realization the Promise of the New Covenant of God with man. And the Promise of this New Covenant, is not fulfilled only because Christ promised us to stay with us, but rather it is a Promise that contains in itself the actualised realization of the life, death and resurrection of Christ in each one of the moments of our existence. That Promise of the New Covenant is perpetuated for us in the Eucharistic Sacrifice and, in a mysterious way, also in the other Sacraments. […]

[…] And so that this might be a palpable, living and palpitating reality, so that the existent reality between God and man might be visible, God stayed with us visibly in the fulfilment of his Promise. This fulfilment is the new Zion, the holy Church founded by Christ and entrusted to his Apostles, saturated with Divinity and replete with all the gifts, fruits and charisms of the Holy Spirit from the day of Pentecost. Wherefore the Church is the congregation, the perpetuation, the perennial and eternal maintaining of the union of God with man and of man with God. […]

[…] And I return to the thought of all my life, to the approach to my consecration, to the vision of Christianity that God showed me so that I might give meaning to my existence; the meaning that from all eternity, when creating me and afterwards when restoring me, He wanted to put in me: I have to live my grafting onto Christ, that leads me to become one thing with the Father and the Holy Spirit, that shelters me under Mary’s motherhood, that makes me one thing with Peter and with the whole Apostolic College, that also has me grafted onto all the members of Christ’s mystical Body, and that teaches me to live by things divine in order to give meaning to everything human. […]

[…] I thank you, Lord, for your Promise fulfilled in the Church! I thank you because I am Church, and, therefore, daughter of your Promise! And I thank you, Lord, because your Promise is fulfilled in me…!

Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia
An extract from the writing: “THE PROMISE OF THE NEW CONVENANT”
(Collection “Light in the night -The mystery of faith given with loving wisdom” Booklet n.2)
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Prayer and love: life for the soul!

L ove brings about life, joy and peace. We are all capable of loving. The greater our love, the greater our inner life. It’s only when we love God that we possess Him and then our souls are filled with Him.

Our contact with God during a time of peaceful prayer fills our spirit and quenches the hunger our souls always feel for God. Prayer is like the kind and generous rain poured out on the parched soil of our souls that eagerly await that life-giving gift from above. How at ease we feel when we see how our souls are filled with God!

Prayer and love give life to our souls, real life!

21 – 06 – 1974

”Lover of loves”


Strange and silent I walk in life,
without harbour to anchor my navigation;
I wait untiring my day of Glory,

to saturate myself with the light of the Sun.

Deep are my sorrows, replete my joys,
serene and tranquil, full of hope.
God knows the centre of my requests

and the agonies of my containment.

I long, in clamours, for immense fullness;
I sigh, in wait, the return
of The One who, in colloquies of deep secrets,

calls to me in sacred love words of tender song.

Slow and deliberate are the silent steps
of my route in gift.
I seek, untiringly, the serene eyes

of The One who, long ago, revealed Himself to me.

I know that God is sweet as I perceive Him,
tender and compassionate, overflowing love,
full of tenderness for the loving soul

that knows how to surrender to His request.

He is also fearsome when, in the volcanoes
of His opened bosom, He springs up
in eruption,
arises in blazes that ignite my chest

full of splendour.

Live coals are the zeals of his wounded chest,
when, extolled, demands impelled
all the creases of my heart;
nothing yields to anybody of all that, dying

for me, He conquered!

He demands everything because He is
the Gift of gifts,
the famous Fighter, the great Battler;
therefore, he whom He manages to catch
in His live coals,

is His trophy that He never gave up.

Lover of loves, come and get Your conquest!

My soul is Your gift!

Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia

3 – 05 – 1973

“Why, if I pray, I feel full…?”


Why, if I pray,
I feel full,
and I yearn
for nothing and seek nothing

that I have not inside myself…?

Why, if I pray,
I fill the longings
of my waits,
I satisfy my hungers,

I relieve my sorrows…?

Why, if I pray,
my soul Church
spreads out much,
that it fills the world
with the splendours

of Your presence…?

Why, if I pray,
I do not need
to say in phrases
Your experiences,
because I extend

with Your influence…?

Why, if I pray,
the soul feels
with deep urgency
for being humble,
for being better,

for being perfect…?

Why, if I pray,
I feel men
so close to me,
that it is You Yourself
whom I discover

behind their presence…?

Why, if I pray,
my whole sight
which is so vile,
becomes divine,
and understands everything

with Your ways…?

Why, if I pray
and here on earth
my soul wonders,
when I rest
by Your doors,
I find the Heaven

that repletes me…?

Why, God of mine,
why at Your doors

I feel full…?

Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia