I am wondering whether the original text says Elohim?
"Know ye not that ye are Elohim"
I think a more correct translation would then be "Know ye not that ye are divine".
This is truth, but the plural is false, Hinduism says it 'ahem brahmisma', Buddhism says it through interconnectivity and Dharmakaya, Christianity says it by instructing us to take on the Holy Spirit (one breath) as Jesus has, and Islam via Sufism says it 'ana al-haq'.
Plurality is not possible in oneness, duality is merely the play, the hint. In the body, cells are quite far apart under a microscope, yet we do not say they are separate - it is one body. It is quite the same, only the perspective is different - we are seeing constantly as the microscope, we have not yet understood that it is a whole. This is the goal, and it is each of our destiny to find, it is the only fulfillment.
This, I have experienced, and I speak from that experience.
I only hope all can realize this within their current lifetime, there is no reason to wait.
The outer play remains, it is only that now you are unconcerned, you can enjoy more.
Do not miss!
I say again and again, sin means to miss, repent means to return. One means you have gone off the tracks of bliss, awareness, oneness, and the other means to come back to it. How many years have you been separate now? You go on missing, return home! Certainly, individual acts are only possible when you deviate from the tracks, but today no one is even residing in it more of their lives. First find the track again, then do not permit yourself to fall. Committing "evil" deeds while miles from the track is meaningless, even good deeds are not worth much when you are so far from the track, return! Stop wandering around aimlessly and enter the Kingdom! Throne yourself in the power of God, you are Michael - Revelation is naught but a reciting of a particular enlightenment experience and its dark night of the soul, it is not prophecy except if you walk it to find your true self. I am not sure how it became prophecy, just misunderstood I suppose, but understand rightly!