According to the delusional lunatic Williams:
"God's faithfulness stands, assuring us that even in the most appalling disaster love will not let us go - but it will not be a safety net that guarantees a happy ending in this world."Williams continued by warning that humanity will be gradually "choked, drowned, or starved by its own stupidity". However, he was then overcome by an inexplicable and entirely unaccustomed vein of complete honesty when he admitted that he could no longer in good conscience continue to dupe his psychologically needy flock with the egregious lie that there ever had been an entity called 'God', and that 'Jesus' had ever existed.
At that point, Williams awoke and realised that it had all been a horrible dream - until he found the naked altar boy lying beside him and the horrible truth dawned upon him once again. "I am a complete phoney," he opined,"and one day the world will realise the truth for themselves. God never existed, except in the minds of delusional psychopaths."
With that realisation Williams kicked the altar boy out of his bed and ordered a silver-salver breakfast.