Sometimes I worry about you, Mary.
Me too. But why?
You don’t seem to have the Lord in you.
(MARY doesn’t respond.)
You don’t, do you?
I think I do.
I just don’t know what it means.
Oh, you would know.
Believe me, you would know if the Lord was in you.
What do you feel?
The Lord gets right up in your loins, Mary.
He’s in all the way.
That sounds sinful to me.
“The word was made flesh.”
What do you think that means, Mary?
It means you have a body and your body is alive.
The Lord is embodied within us.
How is it that you don’t know that, Mary?
“For if you live according to the flesh you will die,
but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body,
you will live.”
What does that have to do with the Lord being inside you?
Romans, Chapter 8: Verse 7. I learned my lessons well, Grace.
We shouldn’t even be thinking about our bodies.
Never mind getting the Lord involved with them.
Well, you know what? We are wasting time on this clap trap.
Precious time when we should be out saving this country from
hell fire, heathens, and ruin.