Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Genesis 1:3

1:3 And God said, "Let there be light: And there was light.

And God said, "Let "Him" be light. The word "there" is not in the text. It either says, "Let it be" or "Let Him be" light. Either way, what we know about Jesus would fit the context here as He is the light of the world. We know "Him" to be the life, both natural and spiritual and all that comes with it, the prosperity, honor, joy, happiness, fullness, comfort, hope, knowledge, etc. All the life there is flows through Him.

God's light shone on the unprepared, unformed and empty of life area that was about to receive the creative power of God into it.

God said, the word AMAR in Hebrew is used not the word Dibbur. Amar regards intent, forethought, and purpose. Dibbur only regards the Physical process of speech. God had a purpose and the world came into being to fulfill His purpose.

Light. Spiritual light of the Messiah, Is.30:26, Mt. 24: 29, 30, Colossians 1:12.

E=MC2 - Energy and mass are interchangeable. At the Big Bang or the beginning event in the Cosmos, all matter as we know it sprang forth from a point smaller than an Atom. when an A-Bomb explodes, matter is converted to energy. At the Big Bang, energy converts to matter and anti-matter, but just a little bit more matter to offset the anti-matter, otherwise there would be nothing but heat would have been created. The Jews believed that the Word of God is continually being spoken forth or the world would cease to exist! Just needs that little bit of matter, that Word which became flesh and dwelt among us(John 1:1) gives life and doesn't return Void! It fills the void!

Our galaxy is expanding at ~ 1 million MPH and all the universe is expanding at 1 Billion MPH. The universe is composed of 99% dark matter vs. 1% viable matter. Just a little light goes a long way! The universe is expanding fast and faster and will not slow and re-collapse in on itself and "rebang" but will continue to diffuse towards "disorder" or evenness.

© 2009 Roy Blizzard III

1 comment:

  1. I very much wish more time were spent on the deep topics in the Bible rather than just being the sales force the Great Commission.