I am God.
If anything had ever rocked my boat before in all my life, it was nothing compared to this. I was scared to even think of it. But the truth is, we are all God.
The offspring of beast is beast. The offspring of bird is bird. The offspring of fruit is fruit. The offspring of flower is flower. The offspring of fish is fish. The offspring of man is man. The offspring of God is God. And just like all the other examples that we are familiar with, the offspring of God matures slowly but surely, irrespective of how long it takes, and finally becomes like God.
We are all the image and likeness of God, regardless of all the separatist factors that we have applied to our existence here on earth, like race, gender, religion, denomination, level of education, family background, sexuality...the list is endless. No one is any less than the other. And what being God means is that we have the nature, characteristics and ability of God. We are only currently limited by the flesh that clothes us, and our by souls that have various phases of development to complete.
There is so much we need to understand about the truth from deep within us. For it is this truth that affects everything in the world around us. Nothing from within us is really strange, be they desires, needs or feelings. They only seem untrue because we have over time shut (or been taught to shut) our outside world to the reality of certain aspects of the Truth, and then decided that they don't exist. And so whenever we catch ourselves expressing something long suppressed, we tell ourselves it's not us, it's unusual, it's strange.This is stupidity. And this is sin: not willing to confront the fullness of who we truly are; thereby not coming to terms with God (never discovering God), and thus constantly running from our own selves; all the while believing that if we are not living the way that someone else is living, then we are not living right. I tell you, whatever proceeds from the spirit is true, because it is from God. The lie comes, when we begin to twist the truth within us to conform to the world around us.