I wrote a prayer to the Holy Spirit in the same vain of the Saint Augustine with my own twist so to speak. it reads:
O Holy Spirit, Breathe of the Father and the Son, may all my thoughs be Holy.
O Holy Spirit, Together with the Father and Son, whose glory is in your handiwork of Creation, may my work too be Holy.
O Holy Spirit, Together with the Father and the Son, whose Love sustains the Universe, may I love what is Holy.
O Holy Spirit, Together with Father testify to the Son, may I defend all that is Holy.
O Holy Spirit, Together with the Father and the Son, may I be Holy as you are Holy.
the question is,
is it correct for me to refer the Holy Spirit as the Breathe of the Father and Son? Should I
stop this prayer and go to confession. I love God and want to please him. please help.
you don’t have to post this, but I have asked several questions in the past and received no answer at all … not even an email. nothing, nada, zilch, complete silence. please answer this or i may have to give up catholic answers.