This is truly stunning!
One confession: this isn’t truly “breaking news” but it is new to me.
And probably you.
Reposting because a friend just reminded me of it today.
It’s a few years old, but big thanks to a reader who brought this to my attention.
I had never seen it before and so I suspect many of you have not either.
Be prepared to be blown away.
What does the Bible say about life and light?
This….from John 1:4-5:
4 In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome[a]it.
Such a familiar verse….
So easy to read over it and not pause to let it sink in.
Now read that again and realize how closely LIGHT and LIFE are intertwined.
Who is the Light of the World?
John 8 tells us:
12 When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”
And from there, it’s almost impossible to not go to Colossians 1 where we learn not only does Jesus CREATE all things but also HOLDS all things together:
15 The Son is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. 16 For in him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him. 17 He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.
Ok, now with that background information fresh in your head, be prepared to be amazed…
Because scientists have now captured the EXACT moment of conception and guess what they found?
A flash of light at that very moment!
Just a coincidence, I’m sure…
Wow, wow, wow!
And as much as I love much of what Elon Musk is doing, I’m sorry to say: Sorry Elon, try as much as you want with Neurolink, you will never recreate the Spark of Life!
Now please enjoy this wonderful clip right here on Rumble:
Isn’t that amazing????
Show your friends!
Here are a few more:
TRUE Science (not “scientism”) now proving what we all knew all along:
I have a word.
“Life Begins At Conception.”
The spark of life that, if not so, the fetus would not grow significantly beyond a nucleus of cells—a child is never a blob.
Love, Life, Light pic.twitter.com/1RzJEOrHuE
— Christine Beach (Formerly Brejcha) (@ChristineBrejc1) September 20, 2022
Choose light. Did you know that a spark of light is emitted at the moment of conception? GOD prefers light and loves you. https://t.co/GCageIrald
— Tito the Cat (@LovePsalm1482) September 2, 2021
The research was done by Northwestern:
Here’s more, from our friends over at The Daily Wire:
Scientists have discovered that a “breathtaking” flash of light occurs at the moment of conception.
For the first time, researchers from Northwestern University have now demonstrated that when a human sperm first meets an egg a bright zinc spark can be seen, not only a “remarkable” phenomenon but also one that might be a game-changer for in vitro fertilization.
“It was remarkable,” said the study’s co-author Professor Teresa Woodruff. “We discovered the zinc spark just five years ago in the mouse, and to see the zinc radiate out in a burst from each human egg was breathtaking. All of biology starts at the time of fertilization, yet we know next to nothing about the events that occur in the human.”
“All of biology starts at the time of fertilization, yet we know next to nothing about the events that occur in the human.”
Professor Teresa Woodruff
The researchers say that the size of the flash of light provides valuable information about the health of the eggs. The brighter the flash, the more viable the egg, and thus the better option for in vitro fertilization, which has a high failure rate (around 50%) and often involves clinicians using imprecise means of testing or simply choosing whichever eggs they think appear to be most viable.
“This means if you can look at the zinc spark at the time of fertilization, you will know immediately which eggs are the good ones to transfer in in vitro fertilization,” explained Woodruff. “It’s a way of sorting egg quality in a way we’ve never been able to assess before.”
“This is an important discovery because it may give us a non-invasive and easily visible way to assess the health of an egg and eventually an embryo before implantation,” said co-author Dr Eve Feinberg. “There are no tools currently available that tell us if it’s a good quality egg. Often we don’t know whether the egg or embryo is truly viable until we see if a pregnancy ensues. That’s the reason this is so transformative. If we have the ability up front to see what is a good egg and what’s not, it will help us know which embryo to transfer, avoid a lot of heartache and achieve pregnancy much more quickly.”