This figure is responsible for the following passage: "It is you, Lord, who judge me. For though no one can know a man's thoughts except that man's own spirit within him, there are some things in man which even his own spirit within him does not know. But you, Lord, know all there is to know of him, because you made him ... This much I know, although at present I am looking at a confused reflection in a mirror ... my hope lies in the knowledge that you do not play us false. I shall therefore confess both what I know and what I do not know. For even what I know about myself I know because your light shines upon me; and what I do not know about myself I shall continue not to know until I see you face to face and my dusk is noonday."