(28 June 2011)
"Re: Paul N.F.
Yes, God treats us individuals, I agree.
Recently, I had the thought that not only does God treat us
individually, but it goes beyond that, very far beyond that
thought, but does not however invalidate the thought you
expressed, it just amplifies it a bit.
As you know, we as human beings in our bodies are composed of
many billions of cells, which in turn are composed of atoms,
which in turn are composed of electrons, protons and neutrons.
Beyond this, there are sub-atomic particles, quarks, etc. As you
know the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland was built to
experiment with matter to understand the nature of these
particles, in particular to discover the so-called God particle
and to understand how positive and negative energy can be
converted into matter that is visible. "Through faith we
understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so
that things which are seen were not made of things which do
appear." Heb. 11:3
I am not well versed in quantum physics. I do know, however,
that the phenomena at the particle level of creation is vastly
different from what we experience in our everyday lives through
our sensory input channels. Some of the discoveries are truly
difficult to understand against the backdrop of ordinary sensory
knowledge, e.g., material objects existing potentially in many
places, until they enter into conscious awareness.
Anyway, given this quantum theoretical knowledge, it occurred to
me that not only does our truly wonderful and awesome God know
us as individuals, but he indeed must know every particle and
sub-particle of our bodies. He probably knows each and every
part of the many fields of energy that we are made of by name.
"In whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge."
Col. 2:3 "O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and
knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments and his
ways past finding out!" Rom. 11:33 "...even so the things of God
knoweth no man, but the spirit of God." 1Cor. 2:11
It is my belief that He can address each and every part of our
makeup directly, an example being the raising of people from the
dead, such as Lazarus. The words of Jesus "come forth, Lazarus"
sent four days after Lazarus died, echoed down into the
mailboxes of each and every particle of his being and since
those words came with the power of the Creator, they had to be
obeyed. "Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the
Spirit of God dwelleth in you?" 1Cor. 3:16
Lazarus came forth as a living mortal being. In a like manner
when Jesus returns for the Church as His Bride, we who put our
trust in Him and His payment at Calvary for our sin debt will
likewise feel every particle in our bodies respond to His
command to be transformed into the spiritual members of His body
and fellow members of God's family in heaven.
I pray to the Father in Jesus' name that this message will find
the minds that it was sent to address and that each and every
person who reads this will be made mindful of the great and
wonderful grace that has been made available to everyone in
these times. Do take a few moments to look inward and
re-dedicate your life to the service of the only person given to
us by which we may be saved from the pains of the lake of fire.
"...if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and
shalt believe in thy heart that God hath raised him from the
dead, thou shalt be saved." Rom. 10:9