Monday, April 14, 2014

Rocks Really Can Cry Out!

But he said, “If they kept quiet, the stones would do it for them, shouting praise.” Luke 19:40

How in the world do rocks cry out?

This particular scripture was fulfilled in Matthew 27:51 after Jesus finished the work on the cross.

“Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split,…”

What if there’s more to it?

Let’s get into a little quantum physics, shall we? And let me start off by saying, I am in no stinking way an expert in physics.
According to an article written by John Keely circa 1893, (whichyou can read here) he stated the following:


Second: In the aggregation of matter, force or energy is stored up or conserved.

Third: In the dissociation of matter, force is liberated.”
So, matter is a whole formed by many. In its whole form, force is stored up. He says, “matter is force in bondage.”

Hang with me, troops. I’m gonna bring it all together soon.

Apparently there are subdivisions of matter. He says, “The atomolic substance is what is termed the ether which fills all space and is the transmitting medium for all celestial and terrestrial forces.”

Ether is the upper regions above the sky. Supernatural. Which we know there is. God in the heavens, sitting on his throne. We know there are angelic hosts, they rejoice when sinners repent. They sing—choirs of angels. We know the seraphim circle God’s throne and they cry out (like the rocks could) Holy! Holy! Holy!

But with our human ears, we can’t hear it. Nor can we, with human eyes see it.  2 Samuel 5 tells us, “Therefore David inquired of the Lord, and He said,“You shall not go up; circle around behind them, and come upon them in front of the mulberry trees.  And it shall be, when you hear the sound of marching in the tops of the mulberry trees, then you shall advance quickly. For then the Lord will go out before you to strike the camp of the Philistines.”

Heavenly troops marched above the trees! God allowed them to hear.
2 Kings 6 tells us, “Then Elisha prayed and said, “O LORD, please open his eyes that he may see.” So the LORD opened the eyes of the young man, and he saw, and behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha.”


So how does this relate to rocks crying out?

In Japan, they designed a supramolecular nanofiber that aligned with 
harmony in music. Yeah. Wild huh? They played Mozart and Beethoven and that little nanofiber danced in harmony to the music. I have no idea about the physics behind it other than it was proven. You can read about it HERE.
Which is interesting because Keely also says, “All motion is synchronous; no sound or movement can be made but all that moves or sounds does so in harmony with something.”

If this is true, that all that moves or sounds does so in harmony with something, then imagine if everyone stopped praising God. Not one praise from a human being.

What would happen?

That force in bondage would break open and be liberated. It would explode, like quaking—like mountains moving-- in harmony with the praise already going on in heaven! Like that nano fiber jiving to Mozart. The rocks would indeed have to cry out if ALL that moves or sounds does so in harmony with SOMETHING!

Don’t make a doctrine out of this, but think about it, that's all I'm doing...thinking. How ironic that physicists try to discredit God all the time yet Jesus may have been standing there giving a lesson in physics on that day!

These rocks will cry out. If you won’t move in harmony with the sounds in heaven, they will. Physics demand it!

Crazy huh? Speaking of crazy. The Hebrew word for “rocks cry out” in Luke 
19:40 is krazo. Which totally had me laughing as I said, “Oh, God, do you get it?! That’s krazo—crazy!” Pretty sure he got it.

Truly, he is the Great I AM.

“All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made.” John 1:3 

If he says the rocks can cry out...they can.


Brings a whole new meaning or a richer meaning to this song doesn’t it?


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