Are scientists finding God in the sounds of the universe?
Yes, says evangelist Louie Giglio at the Desiring God National Conference in Minnesota where he explained that the function of the universe was to praise God.
- Does Louie’s proclamation agree with the Bible? Yes, in fact Psalm 148:3-6 says,
“Praise him, sun and moon, praise him, all you shining stars. Praise him, you highest heavens and you waters above the skies. Let them praise the name of the LORD, for he commanded and they were created. He set them in place for ever and ever; he gave a decree that will never pass away.”
This is an astounding thought, especially coupled with the sounds scientists are recording from deep space with highly advanced electromagnetic telescopes. According to The Christian Posts, Giglio also a song writer, played some of these sounds.
- “One sounded like a percussion instrument, and the other like the church organ. Then he played the whale sound under the water.”
The article futher stated,
- When Giglio played the tapes together, “un-doctored and unedited,” it sounded like a symphony. That’s what it is, he said, “the symphony of God’s praise from all creation.” He then led the audience to sing Chris Tomlin’s “How great is our God” with the “symphony of the universe” playing in the background.
This is amazing. Even when the people of our tiny golf ball called earth refuse to praise God, the earth around them and even the stars cry out, “How great is our God!”
To watch Louie help his audience worship God to these sounds, watch the video below:
Sing along and enjoy finding God in the sounds of the universe.
For more on the article that appeared in the Christian Post, click HERE.