Don’t be surprised if some people don’t believe you when you talk about God. Some may say that you can’t have any knowledge of God because of your age—you may be too young or too old. Others because of your education or lack thereof: “If you didn’t go to seminary, how could you know anything about God?” Your lifestyle: “You’re not perfect—how can you talk about God?” Perceived human limitations: “Humans can’t possibly grasp a being as grand as God—how arrogant!” The many different portrayals of God: “Everyone has a different perception of God; therefore, no one can know the truth.” Or that we can’t possibly know the truth now: “We won’t find out until we’re dead.” But believe none of them. Let no one define your limits for you, and let no one define the limits of God. If God wants to share a revelation with you, who is anyone else to say that that’s impossible?
Stay true to God, and have a faith without limits.
— Excerpted from The Truth as I See It: A Collection of Spiritual Writings by Adam Soto (p. 51)