Its very essence is trust upon Him and His sin-expiating and life-purchasing merits. Its very essence consists in its self-emptying, self-denying, Christ-grasping energy.
In all great poetry there is a kind of “kenosis” of the understanding , a self-emptying of the tongue. Here language points away from itself to something greater than itself.
If divine becoming were complete, God's kenosis --God's self-emptying for the sake of love--would be total. In this pandeistic view, nothing of God would remain separate and apart from what God would become. Any separate divine existence would be inconsistent with God's unreserved participation in the lives and fortunes of the actualized phenomena.