If we really believed that words are worlds and that God literally put one of the creative instruments of the universe in our bodies then what would our daily lives look like?
Jerry Aaronson is an electronics tech for Bethel Church and Bethel TV as well as founder of the Bethel Inventor’s Group. He is a dynamic speaker and an instructor at this year’s WorshipU On Campus. With a passion for worship, Jerry offers below a preview to one of his presentations and a video of his “Sand Experiment”. Watch as Jerry illustrates how specific frequencies of sound creates specific shapes in sand while representing that God creates each of us with a uniquely specific voice in worship.
It’s one thing to know with your intellect a precept of the Lord and its another to know with your heart. I build scientific experiments that show Biblical principles so that people can see with their eyes the things that they have to agree with out of intellect, especially if they call themselves followers of the God of Abraham and Isaac, and Jacob. It’s always fun to watch people the first time they see that I can make designs and shapes in materials using only sound and how I can reproduce those shapes at specific frequencies. How many of us truly believe we can shift atmospheres with what we declare? With what we sing? Would we be as quick to curse the driver who cut us off? Would we take time out of our lives to declare with intention the things we want to see come to pass in the world.
This is a principle that we see throughout the scriptures. All throughout Genesis 1, see the phrase “God said…” and whatever it was that God spoke came into existence. It was the sound of His voice, the declaration of His words that caused a new reality to come into existence. As sons and daughters, we have been given the same power to bring about change by the sound of our voice and declaration of our words.
What we see from this experiment is that not only do words create worlds, but simply a sound being released. The frequency that God has placed inside of you was meant to come out to help shape the reality of the world around you. Watch below.
More about the author:
Jerry has studied electronics since he got his first ham radio license at age 14, later becoming a laser technician, and obtaining his degree in electronics. He is also the Native American Director for the U.S. for Sounds of the Nations, a traditional dancer with First Nations North America, and the 120 drums of thunder founded by Grand Chief Lynda Prince. Jerry has been married for 34 years, has three grown children, and 10 grandchildren. He is proud to see his oldest son, Brandon, play bass for Jesus Culture. Other interests include Amateur astronomy and he has taught community schools in astronomy back when he was a police officer.