But these three, though they be distinct from one another, are, however, said to be one, because they exist substantially in the soul.
He says from Him, as Augustine says in the book On the Trinity, on account of the Father he says through Him on account of the Son in Him on account of the Holy Spirit. But by this, that he does not say from Them, through Them and in Them, nor does he say to Them (be) the glory, but to Him, he hints, that this Trinity is the One Lord God.
But the mind is here accepted not for the soul, but for that which is the more excellent in the soul.
But against this it is thus opposed the Will of God is the Nature or the Essence of God, because for God the to be is not one thing, to will the other and for that reason, just as there is one Essence of Three Persons, so also one Will. Therefore if God by nature is God, He is also by will God and if the Word of God by nature is the Son of God, He is also by will the Son of God.
Therefore when the mind knows itself and loves itself, there remains a trinity, that is the mind, love and knowledge.
Therefore the elect shall go forth... to see the torments of the impious, seeing which they will not be grieved, but will be satiated with joy at the sight of the unutterable calamity of the impious.
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