Where in the human does the I (the self, the me) reside? And does the Holy Spirit reside in this same place? For, "...be aware, I stand at the door and knock. The one who opens the door, him I will enter and I will sit down and dine with him."
An astounding offer, made some 2000 years ago.
I feel a sentence should follow here, concerning the power of His blood. For, the person who permits Him to enter his inner sanctum, this person He cleanses from all sins. This person is covered by His blood. I dare not elaborate on this statement, because I do not grasp its literal meaning... I take it as a fact.
Is the homunculus, this sum total of a human's sensory-motor activities, is this homunculus the sanctum where the I resides? The place where man's free will lives. Is this homunculus the inner self, which a man surrenders? Were responsibility and surrender meet? The place from where the Holy Spirit heals, if he decides to heal. Which he sanctifies? To which he delivers gifts...