By Will Myers
Jesus, the Son of God, is the truth, the light, and the way in each of our life. While I was in college I went on a search for the universal truth (not advised for others). I couldn’t stop the search. My grades went to failure in most cases. It continued to feel that the answer was only one thought away. Even after working in the job market for years I still was searching for the universal truth, getting teasing leads often. My life continued to be compromised by my preoccupation for the universal truth. Anything else appeared to me to be a poor second to actually finding the universal truth.
Upon me finally reading the bible it hit me like a ton of bricks, God’s Holy Spirit is the potentiality of the universe plus infinitely more. All things began to fall into place with the continual reading of the scriptures. Even Ecclesiastes 3:15; New International Version (NIV); “ Whatever is has already been and what will be has been before; and God will call the past to account” began to make sense as a universal statement for science and philosophy; although, not to its fullest because it is so vast, but with meditation on the Word of God one can approach the full meaning of the passage.
God allowed me to search through many disciples in order to realize that all knowledge is from God, and His Son Jesus is the implied center of all knowledge past, present, and future. For all things, there is a compelling force that pushes the human mind toward a unity. Physicist are searching for the Unified Field Theory; a unifying force prescription that combines the five forces in nature into one force. Man has always entertained the thought of a one world government, and man is at present actively working for such. In other words, man’s mind has been designed by God to seek unity, and His Son is the epitome of unity; the one answer to all life.
Romans 1:20; New International Version (NIV)
20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.