Jesus, Holy Spirit, and the Atomic Theory

Over the past few centuries, God has proven many things in his Word to be truth through science and discovery. One mystery science has yet to understand or explain is how Jesus preformed all of his miracles, or even how believers now perform miracles. The Father is the creator of science, and he has allowed science to mix with faith in order for us to better understand his character and his will on this earth. Jesus preformed miracles unlike anyone had seen before him or since him, and he did this with the Holy Spirit upon him. Breaking down the anatomy of his particular miracles gives evidence that Jesus, through the Holy Spirit, manipulated the Atoms of his surroundings and changed the characteristics of matter. In exploring this idea the proposition of a theory emerges, that theory stating: Through the power of the Holy Spirit, man can manipulate the atomic structure of his world.
The Bible states that Jesus preformed his miracles only after being baptized by John in Mathew ch.3, and the Holy Spirit coming upon him at that moment. From that point forward, Jesus began his ministry. As a man, Jesus was baptized, the Holy Spirit came upon him, and he preformed miracles. Many Christians believe in the power of miracles in this day, but they wrongfully reserve them for those deemed righteous, or close to God. The Scripture also tells us that we are to be baptized by the Holy Spirit. Acts 2:38 “Repent and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the Holy Spirit.” Therefore, through this statement it is safe to assume that as a born again Christian you have the Holy Spirit within you always, anywhere you go. Jesus preformed his miracles through the power of the Holy Spirit, and we as believers have the Holy Spirit upon us always.
The Atomic structure of a miracle begins with the Atomic Theory. The theory is commonly understood to be the idea that all matter is made up of atoms, which contain a proton and neutrons. This idea first came to man in the 5th Century B.C., and was refined by John Dalton more than two millennia later. Atoms are the building blocks of our world, and they make possible everything that exists from minerals to living beings.
Man has tried for eighty years to manipulate atoms by splitting them and fusing them together. However, we as a human race have not been able to take an atom and turn it into whatever matter we want, or even manipulate the characteristics of matter. Alchemist believed changing the atomic structure of matter was possible and throughout the centuries, they have never succeeded. This point is where the Holy Spirit takes what man can understand but not do and does it.
The Father is the creator of all, and he created atoms to build our world. His voice, the Holy Spirit, is the only voice that can manipulate atoms to live, die, or change. This is the key to Christ’s ability to manipulate the atomic structure of his surroundings. When Jesus turned water into wine in John II, he already had the Holy Spirit with him, and he changed the one atomic structure, water, into a different structure. A second example is when Jesus fed the 5,000 people in John Ch.6; he simply split the atoms as many times needed to feed the masses. Also, in John Ch.6 he walks on water, which in order to do scientifically the water only simply has to become more dense for just a moment. I am in no way taking away from the miracles of Jesus, and the power of the Holy Spirit. I am simply explaining a scientific theory of understanding faith based miracles. Jesus commanded atoms to live in his several resurrection miracles, and he changed the atomic structure of cells as he healed the sick. Jesus, through the Holy Spirit, manipulated the atomic structure of flesh and stone.
First Corinthians 6:19 states, “Or do you know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and that you are not your own?” If Jesus as a man and through the Holy Spirit manipulated the atoms of his world, then why do we, as men of faith who too hold the Holy Spirit within us, are unable to do the same? Lack of faith is one answer; not having the wisdom is the most important answer. As time moves forward God opens the eyes of those who are willing to change the way they think, and those who accept new wisdom. As we seek this new wisdom, the Word promises that God will give it to us. Let science prove the greatness of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and let us have faith in the wisdom that performs miracles and changes the world.

Imagination

Imagination

As we lay down one dream for another reality, we continue to push ourselves away from imagination. Some of us have forgotten how to dream, while others never got the chance to learn. Imagination is what makes us human, our ability to dream, and our ability to think outside of reason. The word “pipedream” is a verbalization of the force that strips us of our futures as we accept whatever reality we are in. It’s partially caused by the self-entitlement attitude, which has swept the nation for the past ten years and has grown stronger with each generation. I heard it once said that for you to truly be in your purpose and fulfilling your destiny you have to find that thing that most makes you come alive, then go, and do that one thing. Some of the other culprits of the “pipedream” idea are comfort, sense, right/wrong, responsibility, and most of these criminals are legitimate needs. Yet, when you find that one thing and do it, you will find that those needs are met. This is not about wealth, or status. It’s about life. It’s about doing that thing that fills you with life. I wonder sometimes if people push those dreams aside because they are not willing to work hard, or take risks. To dream is to risk, and to imagine is to refuse mediocrity. We all influence, to a point, the world around us, but imagine if we were living in the fullness of ourselves and our God given abilities. That impact would be more like a crater. We as people accept what the world gives us our lot in this life. Whether it is fear, necessity, or just plan ignorance, we accept it and call it our life. What about those dreams? What about all those things you once imagined you could be? What, did we all grow up too fast and forget how to imagine life however we wanted it to be? Albert Einstein once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover or create.” Ironic, this quote is coming from one of the most knowledgeable men to every live. I’ve heard it said repeatedly, “Accept that this is life and make the best of it.” Why? I cannot accept anything less that greatness. I will not accept any life other than the one I create from my desires and my gifts, which were put in me by God. Go and do that thing. I, just as most of the world, have become bogged down in everyday life; trying to make a living, trying to be someone, trying to show the world how handsome and smart I am. As my dreams have slipped away so has my ability to imagine new things. I’m taking a trip back to when I was ten years old, I’m grabbing a hold of that limitless imagination and I am bringing it back with me. Both a dreamer and a doer extensively exercise their imaginations, yet, the difference is that the doer acts on those dreams. The longer we sit and wait the easier it becomes to talk ourselves out of these things. Action is the key. Yes sometimes you may be wrong, sometimes you may fail, but as Theodore Roosevelt once said, “The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred with dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again because there is not effort without error and shortcoming.” Take some time and go find some wilderness, because the wild is where the heart lives, and spend a few hours there asking God to remind you of your dreams and re-spark your imagination. Because what is life without the possibility of something impossible.