The Hymn of God’s Word “Notions and Imagination Will Never Help You Know God”

  • The Hymn of God's Word "Notions and Imagination Will Never Help You Know God"

    I

    Knowledge of God relies not upon experience nor imagination. These must never be imposed upon God. For no matter how rich human experience and fancy are, they're limited, they are not fact nor truth, being also incompatible with God's real disposition, being also inconsistent with God's real substance. God's righteous disposition is His own true substance; it's not dictated by man, nor akin to His creation. God is God after all, He is never a part of His own creation. Even if He joins in, His disposition, essence won't change, won't change.

    II

    Therefore, knowledge of God comes not from perceiving, perceiving objects, nor from dissecting matter, nor from understanding other humans. The knowledge of God won't be attained through such means and ways. Knowledge of God relies not on experience nor fantasy. They're limited, they are not, they are not fact nor truth. God's righteous disposition is His own true substance; it is not dictated by man, nor akin to His creation. God is God after all, He is never a part of His own creation. Even if He joins in, His disposition, essence won't change. One will never comprehend God, relying upon his imagination. The only path to knowing God is thus: Accept all that comes from Him, experience it bit by bit.

    III

    Until the day when enlightenment, true understanding, it will be yours, your reward, the result of your cooperation with God, and your hunger and your thirst for truth. God's righteous disposition is His own true substance; it's not dictated by man, nor akin to His creation. God is God after all, He is never a part of His own creation. Even if He joins in, His disposition, essence won't change. God's righteous disposition is His own true substance; it's not dictated by man, nor akin to His creation. God is God after all, He is never a part of His own creation. Even if He joins in, His disposition, essence won't change. He won't change.

    from “God Himself, the Unique II God’s Righteous Disposition” in Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh