C T scan

A Computerized Tomography, or CT Scan, uses computers and rotating X-ray machines to create cross-sectional images of the body. It allows doctors to see inside your body.

If you have ever had a CT Scan you will know that you lie flat on your back on a bed that is moved by medical professionals along a track that leads to a circular X Ray machine.

After placing you in position, you are left alone while the machine is operated from outside the room. If you are having a brain scan your head moves to within the circular machine area and the information obtained is transferred to a computer screen to be examined by those outside.

If, in your bed, you awake early in the morning, you can say good morning to your God by imagining you are about to have a CT Scan with a difference. You are alone and your body is travelling slowly backwards along the track towards a big circular machine. However, while it may seem similar to what we know as a CT Scan machine, it is a Complete Trinity Scan machine.

This circular spiritual machine contains three equal segments, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Together they form a circle that has no beginning and no end. It can read our every thought and is aware of our every action. It is not a machine of which to be afraid, it is one that exudes love and care and only wishes us well.

We are blessed as we commence our new day, knowing that our spiritual CT Scan has welcomed us and provided us with the energy and enthusiasm we will need to face whatever trials might occur during our day.

We can be at peace knowing that the Blessed Trinity will continue to be with us, even as we roll back along the track and return to our darkened bedroom and the reality that is the dawning of a new day.

I’m Peter Mack and that’s faith.

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