It should be understood that life is "one " (one life force), that each soul (or individualized life force), each entity is a part of the whole, able, capable of being one with the source, or the universal power, God, yet capable of being individual, independent entities in their own selves, as He has given, to those whom he calls does He give power to become the "sons" of God.
For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.
I have been in that haven the most illuminated by the light from Him, and seen things which to utter. He who returns hath neither skill nor knowledge; for as it nears the object of its yearning our intellect is overwhelmed so deeply it never can retrace the path it followed. But whatsoever of the holy kingdom was in the power of memory to treasure, will be my theme until the song is ended.
-Dante, The Divine Comedy
No man hath seen God at any time (no mortal under" time", the relatives of "maya" can realize the infinite), "the only begotten son, which is in the bosom of the father"(the reflected Christ consciousness or outwardly projected, "perfect" intelligence," that guiding all structural phenomena through aum, om, amen vibration, has issued forth from the "bosom" or depths of the "uncreated divine" in order to express the variety of "unity"). "He hath declared" (subject to form, or manifested) him .
The son can do nothing of himself but what he seeth the father do: for what things so ever he doeth, these also doeth the son likewise.
But as many as received him, to them he gave the power to become sons of God, even to them that believe on his name (namesake, the Christ state was/is attainable).
All great prophets have remained silent when requested to unveil the ultimate secrets. When "Pilate" asked: What is truth? Jesus made no reply. The large ostentatious questions of intellectualists like "Pilate"seldom proceed from a burning spirit of "inquiry". Such men speak rather with the empty arrogance that considers a lack of conviction about spiritual values to be a sign of "open mindedness."
To this end I was born, and for this cause came I into the world. That I should bear witness unto the truth. Everyone that is of the truth heareth my voice. (John 18-37). In those few words Jesus, who attained Christ, spoke volumes, a child of God, (son of God), "Bear witness," "by his life," "his presence," "which is the presence and force of God." "He embodies the truth (God, living reality, etc.). If he expound it also, that is a generous redundancy.