Quantum Mind Theory & Spirituality

I found this video simply fascinating. Think I’ve shared it 9 times already. It brings a large number of questions to mind, many which intersect with Bible teachings, at least to my way of thinking.

Then, I happened upon this next video.

Thoughts at this point. (I’ll return again in the future.)

  1. Consciousness determines existence. Is God’s observation of us what gives us existence? Hebrews 4:13
  2. Conscious mind experiment. Our thoughts can accomplish things? Apart from God or with his help? James 5:16
  3. Our prayers can be more or less effective depending on our beliefs about God and their strengths. Hebrews 11:6

Just found another one. Fascinating!

Child battling cancer gets Wheaties cover

Daughter of a NFL player battling cancer gets Wheaties cover.
Daughter of a NFL player battling cancer, gets Wheaties cover.

Battling cancer is no joke. It’s good to see encouragement coming, especially to children, who’ve only just begun their journey.

The 5-year-old girl has faced ups and downs in her battle with pediatric cancer—always with a smile on her face. Still has shared all of Leah’s triumphs and setbacks on social media. Leah first captured our hearts last year when doctors diagnosed her with neuroblastoma, a rare cancer that usually affects children under 5 years old, giving her a 50-50 chance of survival.

I say, Wheaties should do this every month with a new child to root for!

Does Science Argue For or Against God?

Very clear and easy to watch explanation that even though there are a vast number of planets in our universe, given the minimum 50 criteria needed to support life the number of candidates is only in the thousands.

At least, that’s by today’s current level of understanding.

Just remember, back in the 1960s, scientists told us alien life was almost a certainty.

So, does science argue for or against God? Seems pretty clear that, as long as, scientists check their agenda at the door, the facts show beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is a Creator.

Tribute and Warning

You are stronger than you think you are.

A friend of mine took his own life today.

My heart is heavy. He had faith in God and felt that this world was just too much… and he wanted to be with his perfect Father.

But you know what else? I feel like he believed some of the lies that were spoken to him. The father of lies doesn’t play fair… and tragically, we all believe some of his best:

  • You’ll never amount to anything.
  • How could anyone truly love you with all that you’ve done?
  • It will always be like this.

I felt like God could have written an amazing story with my friend’s life despite all the pain and struggle he was facing.

So how do we respond?

A couple thoughts I offer:

1. You are stronger than you think.
2. 1 John 4:4

If you ever need someone to talk to you, I am here for you friend.

In memory of my friend FOUND.

Predicting the Future Isn't As Easy As You Might Think

Predicting the future isn’t easy! What do you think?

I guess on the one hand, it’s horrible difficult to predict the future with any kind of accuracy. But on the other, it’s fairly simple to find today’s most popular phenomenon and then go back to locate someone who said it couldn’t be done.

Don’t you think?

When you go about predicting the future, like the infamous Nostradamus, he’s likely batting a miserable percentage. It’s not easy folks.

I mean, here’s a prediction of his:

“After there is great trouble among mankind, a greater one is prepared. The great mover of the universe will renew time, rain, blood, thirst, famine, steel weapons and disease. In the heavens, a fire seen”

What does that even mean?

Predicting the Future For Real

For more fun with predicting the future, head over to Mashable and their Surprisingly Accurate Vintage Predictions of the Future.

Or even better, find what the Author of Life hid in Old Testament prophecies, which have come true. Here are a few of the trickier predictions:

  • Messiah would be born of a virgin.
  • Messiah would be crucified with criminals. (Crucifixion wasn’t invented yet.)
  • Soldiers would gamble for Messiah’s garments.
  • Messiah’s bones would not be broken.

For the rest, visit Prophecies Jesus Fulfilled over on About.com.