"Why stand we here trembling all around calling on god for help and not ourselves in whom god dwells?" God does not dwell in us as something other than ourselves, for god actually became as we are, that one day we may be as he is. I tell you: you are the being who became man, the being Blake refers to as god. You, human imagination, did not begin in your mother's womb and will not end in the grave. As a pre-existing being, you emptied yourself of memory for a divine purpose. Tonight I will try to touch on that purpose.
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