Just started rereading Knowing God by J. I. Packer; one of the very few books I read again.
And again struck by a quote from C. S. Lewis that Packer included in his original preface (1972).
It is a sober and sobering reminder:
"Those like myself, whose imagination far exceeds their obedience are subject to a just penalty; we easily imagine conditions far higher than any we have really reached. If we describe what we have imagined we may make others, and make ourselves, believe that we have really been there." (The Four Loves