Psalm 19:1

To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David. The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.


Everyone recognizes the fuzzy-haired genius of Albert Einstein. He is considered to be one of the most brilliant minds ever known by the scientific world.  He studied how the universe worked, and how light flew across space, with greater imagination than anyone else in his day. To a great extent, Einstein was tapping into the very thoughts of God with his studies. The right kind of science simply reveals God in a greater way, and this is what Einstein was finding out.


Einstein was considered to be pantheistic in his religious beliefs, believing in a supreme being, but one that does not interfere with mankind. He once said, “I want to know how God created this world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts; the rest are details.” When you begin to study the complexity of the universe, it simply reaffirms God’s majesty. King David said in the Psalms, “The heavens declare the glory of God.”


Einstein could only see as much of God as science could take him. He couldn’t look into the thoughts of God and know the mind of God. He didn’t know what God purposed the universe for, why he himself was there, and why Christ really came. As the Bride, we have that knowledge. We have the spiritual application of what Einstein was figuring out. We are the light, and time and space all come together in Christ, because He is eternal.


You know more than the greatest mind the world has to offer because you have the mind of Christ, to know Him intimately as His Bride. You may not know physics, but you know the One who set the stars in their place.


Blessed are the sons and daughters of God, because they see and understand the glory of God revealed in the heavens.


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If Einstein had only had the spiritual application, as he had the—the physical application, as he studied the laws of light, and so forth, he could have told us something. When I heard his message on that great center somewhere into the skies, that, "Ever contacted with that center, you could create earths, do anything, and the power would be unlimited." See? He had seen that.


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