Chapter 58 The Great Gospel of John, Book 2

But as concerns the moral development of his heart and soul, which necessarily has to be left to him, he can degrade himself to a hellish monster, thereby committing the greatest sin because he has within and through himself transformed God's greatest masterpiece into a wretched bungle, whereupon it costs God Himself much effort and incalculable patience until the spoilt work becomes once more a masterpiece. – The Great Gospel of John, Book 2, Chapter 58, Paragraph 8

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