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I found this mentioned at https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/tad-r-callister/our-identity-and-our-destiny/
by Tad R. Callister, Of the Presidency of the Seventy back on August 14, 2012
In one segment he said
To this He readily acknowledged that He was and declared that they should be likewise: "Is it
not written in your law, I said, Ye are gods?" (John 10:32–34; emphasis added). In other words,
He said not only am I a god, but all of you are potential gods. He was referring to His own
Old Testament declaration, with which the Jews should have been familiar: "Ye are gods; and
all of you are children of the most High" (Psalm 82:6)
One church web site has something different.
SPIRIT CHILDREN OF THE FATHER
Ye are gods, children of the most High, Psalm 82:6.
Is Psalm 82:6 a reference to beings who are already gods or those who have the potential to
become gods? And was Jesus really saying that he was a 'small g' god?