Faith is “substance,” so says the Bible. I am convinced that what we perceive as weightless, which is our words, are effective in some dimension or dimensions that responds to the words we speak. Those words when spoken then vibrate into space and create and bring back what was created by the words that were sent out.
*I was reading somewhere recently about the eleventh dimension and the Scientist called it the “mother creator principle dimension.” The Scientist called the 12th dimension the “father creator principle dimension.” This was NOT a new age article and it firmly and boldly recognized God the Father as Creator.
We are in many ways co-creators with God. He has warned us throughout the Scriptures to say the right things and not to say the negative things.
What if it is true that we send out vibrations of creativity into the dimensions that surround us? What if it is true that what we say creates things? Is that why we will be held accountable for every word we have ever spoken, according the Scriptures?
In the article I read the Scientist states that even our physical being is only seemingly a concrete product. I can understand that since I know that everything we call “real” such as the table on which I write is really a bonding of molecules held together by bonding sites of particular particles which makes it look solid.
Everything has its own formula. God said the birds have one formula of stuff of which their flesh is made, and the fish another and so on.
If you Google the “Eleventh Dimension” you find that it is a dimension seemingly of chaos. Is that possibly because things are being formed there? Could it be that the positive and negative words are vying for predominance in a creational process and so creates what seems to be chaos? Is it that “things” are being formed that will appear back into our 4 Dimensions?
To be certain Jesus and the writers of all the Scriptures warn us about watching our language regarding others and about ourselves, and also about not receiving the negative things that others say about us.
We are told also that we must confess with our mouth the Lord Jesus. Why?
What realities do our words create? Our words are certainly powerful. We have only whatever power that God has bestowed upon us: but has He not given us ability to create by our words? “Bless and curse not,” we are told.
Don’t you have to wonder about the power of our words?
*(I would be most happy to give the Scientist of whom I speak his/her credits, but I have lost the reference somewhere in the cyber world. I found it in Google but cannot relocate it now.)
However, this article is NOT about the Scientists theories: it is rather about the possibilities that could exist which would give us explanation of WHY what we say is so serious a concern to God.