Sin and evil show the presence of God, as everything does. They push us into a situation of awareness of what we really are. (That is an idea which Luther took over from Mister Eckhard.) God is the Nunc sternum, the Eternal Now, which takes us in this moment, as we are now, into repentance – not as we were in the last moment, namely sinful. God comes to the individual in his concrete situation. He doesn’t ask that the individual first develop some goodness and then he will come to him. But God comes to the individual in his estrangement. In order to receive the Divine substance, serenity, patience, not moving9 is needed.