The Chapel of the military camp where Elizabeth was baptized
27. Yes, we have become His through baptism, that is what Paul means by these words: "He called them," yes, called to receive the seal of the Holy Trinity; at the same time we have been made, in the words of St. Peter, "sharers in the divine nature," we have received "a beginning of His existence"... Then, He has justified us by His sacraments, by His direct "touches" in our contemplation "in the depths of our soul; justified us also by faith and according to the measure of our faith in the redemption that Jesus Christ has acquired for us. And finally, He wants to glorify us, and for that reason, says St. Paul, He "has made us worthy to share in the inheritance of the saints in light," but we will be glorified in the measure in which we will have been conformed to the image of His divine Son. So let us contemplate this adored image, let us remain unceasingly under its radiance so that it may imprint itself on us; let us go to everything with the same attitude of soul that our holy Master would have. Then we will realize the great plan by which God has "resolved in Himself to restore all things in Christ."