Deity is characterized by the quality of unity—actual or potential—on all supermaterial levels of reality; and this unifying quality is best comprehended by creatures as divinity.  DIVINITY is the characteristic, unifying, and co-ordinating quality of Deity. 
Only in the perfection, harmony, and unanimity of will can the creature become as one with the Creator; and such a state of divinity is attained and maintained only by the creature’s continuing to live in time and eternity by consistently conforming his finite personal will to the divine will of the Creator.  This experiential power arising out of the divinity achievements of God the Sevenfold itself manifests the cohesive qualities of divinity. 
Divinity is creature comprehensible as truth, beauty, and goodness; correlated in personality as love, mercy, and ministry; disclosed on impersonal levels as justice, power, and sovereignty.  We comprehended divinity in worship, service, and personal spiritual experience.  Consciousness of divinity is progressive spiritual experience.  There is a divine technique in the approach to Divinity; and the acquirement of this technique must await the pilgrims’ arrival on Paradise.  Infinity of divinity is being ever enriched, if not enlarged, by finity and absonity of creature and Creator experience. 
In such a far-flung universe of universes there is always great danger of succumbing to the error of the circumscribed viewpoint, to the evil inherent in a segmentalized conception of reality and divinity.  The fruits of divinity are intellectual peace, social progress, moral satisfaction, spiritual joy, and cosmic wisdom. 
Divinity functions in mortal personality as the Adjuster gift of the Father, as the Spirit of Truth of the Son, as the Holy Spirit of the Universe Spirit, and as the Supreme.  Greatness is the amount of Godlikeness.  The spirit of divinity become humbly obedient to the choosing of the creatures of the realms.  The present functioning of divinity in the superuniverses is actively manifest in the operations of the Supreme Creators. 
Divinity may be perfect —complete— as on existential and creator levels but also it may be imperfect, as on experiential and creature levels of time-space evolution.  Mankind can never discover divinity except through the avenue of religious experience and by the exercise of true faith.  Divine personality is not self-centered; self-distribution and sharing of personality characterize divine freewill selfhood.  Paradise residents partake of “essence of divinity”.  Although Divinity may be plural in manifestation, in human experience Deity is singular, always one.  The persistent pursuit of divinity leads to the kingdom of God as contrasted with its continuous rejection, which leads to the domains of iniquity.  Spiritual-gravity action is the qualitative measure of the living energy of divinity.  Stability is wholly and always proportional to divinity.