Strange, but few have commented on the implied information found in the above verses of scripture. What do they have in common? If interpreted correctly they reveal a source of vast power that is available to us.
In John 1: 1-3 we begin to identify the Speaker with the Words. They are one and the same. All of creation has come from words. Not ordinary words but words imbued with unimaginable power. Power that can call something into existence from’nothing.’ This thought, this knowledge staggers the human mind. Even more difficult to comprehend is the fact that we are told in the above scriptures that we can do this very same thing. Speak and call things into existence that have not existed before. Can we really do this? God says “yes.”
To really understand this you must read the above scriptures.Now here is something very interesting. It seems that science has a theory of how the universe began. No, they don’t say that God created the universe but they have what they call, “The String Theory” which they believe will explain all the laws of nature. I can’t explain the whole theory but briefly it says the cosmos is made up of untold quadrillions of unimaginably small vibrating strings. Now follow this, vibrating strings or just vibrations is exactly what happened when the Word spoke everything into existence. The Word spoke and the vibration of His Voice brought creation into being as it responded to His voice. It is the way that God created the universe. Did the The Word doubt that when He spoke Almighty God would not back Him up? There was perfect agreement between Almighty God and The Word. Mutual trust brought about the miraculous creation.
Science continues to discover truths about God and creation and in spite of all this evidence they do not understand nor correctly interprete their discoveries, How sad to fail to understand these marvelous truths.
Back when Job said, “thou shall declare a thing and it shall be established unto you”, how did he know that? Was he aware of some existing power that had to respond to your words? Would God be God if He lied and told us to believe that what we decreed by faith would come to pass and it didn’t? God is not a man that He should lie. Num.23:19
This power is omniprsent because the Word is everywhere. We allow ourselves to be restrained from using our imagination by the one who would deny us the joy of discovery of our matchless Lord. We need to expand our lungs with fresh air that we may breath and taste the goodness of oxygen and we need to expand our imagination that we may perceive the vastness of what is beyond the vision of our limited understanding. As our imagination grows so does our understanding. We have been given the same creative power of The Word Himself. John 14:12 “Truly, truly I say unto you, He who believe in Me, the works that I do, he will do also; and greater works than these shall he do….”
Only our lack of faith prevents us from doing as He did. We must trust Him completely and cut the rope of disbelief that ties us to where we are and prevents us from taking our place with our Lord of Lords and King of Kings.
We are fledglings about to leap from the nest and discover a universe undreamed of. There is the exhilarating excitement of that first release of doubt and the grasping hold of trust that transforms us into a new and awesome creature. We are only at the beginning of realizing our new and almost incredible potential.
This is our legacy, this is our inheritance, that we should be like Him.
For As I See It,