By Anna Von Reitz
It may not have come to your conscious attention, but God lives in us, and it makes no difference to God what name you give him.
Ever since he split the curtain in the Temple and walked abroad, he has made his abode in each heart that would welcome him, regardless of religion.
This is one of the great mysteries of Golgotha: God now walks among us, both day and night, seeking out those who love him.
He comes disguised like a thief in the night. It's only after you open the door to your heart, that he reveals himself.
So yes, I am God, and so are you. I have the power of God in me, and so do you.
And if you look within and don't find God, then, you must wonder why?
What have you done to deny him, so that he does not inhabit you?
Why are you left like an empty shell or dry leaf, ready to blow away in the wind?
It can only be that you denied him.
Those of us who have the Creator within us, no matter how great or how lowly we are in the estimation of men, are one with God, enabled to know God, enabled to wield his power.
So when I call out those who are intent on destroying mankind, I make no empty boast. Those who know my voice know that it is not an empty boast, and so should you.
People ask, who am I? What am I? Yet, my name is in your Bible and I have told you and I have told those who seek to harm you, those filthy cowards burning old people and dogs to death in Lahaina.
I am coming for them. Are you?