I don't think our finite brains could comprehend or even contain his memory, simply because every very moment of his memory is probably filled with an infinite amount of information, perceived through something that can only be described as an infinite consciousness, in a dimension that is on a much higher level than ours. So, if god exists, and if his every thought is really filled with an infinite amount of information, trying to send us this information would legitimately turn our brain into a black hole. There's a number, I believe it's called Graham's number, which is so big, that if that number was entirely stored withint your brain, it would turn into a black hole. And that's just a huge number, imagine what happens with god's memory. It would probably unleash upon the universe. What then happenes depends on whether or not the universe is infinite. If it is (which I personally don't believe), it would probably fill up the entire universe with mere memory, that's how much an infinite amount of memory is. The universe would literally consist only of information, something so ridiculously small we can't detect it, but with so much of it that it would solidify. If the universe is finite (which is what I believe), then these thoughts and memories, otherwise hidden from our eye, would probably burst the boundaries of the universe, unleash into the next dimension, and keep on going, until it will eventually be either stopped by the edge of reality itself or rip said reality apart, until there's nothing left. Sound like a weird sci-fi film, right? Oh, and of course that's just what I believe would happen, but either way it's most likely a very bad idea to transfer any information from god to any living individual.
So, there's a long answer to a short question.