"The fall - in symbolism, is associated with the serpent. As God's wisest creature, he said to generic man (in the form of woman): "Did God say you would die?" and she answered: "Yes, if I ate the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil." Then he made this statement: "God knows you will not surely die, but your eyes will be opened and you will become like the gods, knowing good and evil." (Genesis 3)"
"One night I went to sleep quite normally in the city of San Francisco, and in the wee hours of the morning a most intense vibration was taking place in my head and I begin to awake. Instead of awakening on the bed in my hotel room, I am awakening in my skull to find my skull, not a room - my skull is a sepulcher, a tomb, and I am fully awake in my skull - alone."
“No man takes away my life. I lay it down myself. I have the power to lay it down and the power to raise it up again.”
"God has imagined himself as you. He has taken upon himself a garment of flesh and blood for a purpose. Having sent himself - God cannot return to himself empty - but must accomplish his purpose and prosper in the thing for which he was sent."
"Everything you can think of is present now. You cannot conceive of something that is not already worked out in detail; but it is a shadow if you do not dwell in it. It is just a possibility, but when you enter that shadow it seems the only substance. "
"I tell you scripture does not record secular history, but supernatural history. Its message is sacred and hasn’t a thing to do with anything that took place in a secular manner."
"Satan thinks that sin displeases God. He ought to know that nothing displeases God but unbelief and eating of the tree of knowledge of good and evil."
A dream contains one central thought. Like a thank you note. You don't try to interpret every word in it, just the message it is trying to convey.
Then I was taken into the divine council (the assembly of the mighty ones) to stand before God, the Risen Christ, the personification of infinite love. Standing before him I could feel nothing but love.
Imagine the most glorious thing in the world and - no matter how wonderful it is - may I tell you it is nothing compared to the being that you really are. Nothing in this world can come close to the being you really are.