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Greg and Stephanie Schlueter Greg@ImageTrinity.com Image Trinity *For non-Catholic Christians, I understand this issue of intercession may be vexing. Here is a simplification of Catholic understanding: (1) God is the source of all grace, but chooses human and material instrumentality to accomplish His plan for Salvation (indeed, even the manner of God the Son taking on flesh vs., say, just snapping his fingers; or scripture itself, a configuration of ink a certain way on a page vs., say, just speaking to us "directly"); (2) We are exhorted throughout Scripture to pray for one another, and we often ask others to pray for us. Why bother if we can just go directly to God? The beautiful heart is that God wants to incorporate us into His plan of salvation, and finally, (3) Jesus died that we might live. The saints continue to intercede for us at the throne of heaven. God delights in engaging us in His plan, and it has this great implication: Everyone we come into contact with today, what we do or fail to do today, will either advance or hinder salvation.