There’s One Thing An Atheist Has No Control Over

There’s One Thing An Atheist Has No Control Over

While I was driving my car, God gave me a revelation about one thing an atheist has no control over.

There’s One Thing An Atheist Has No Control Over

A few weeks ago, as I was driving down the highway, I was enthralled by the beauty of the sky. It had just gotten done raining, and the aftermath of Colorado’s heavens was just jaw-dropping! I noticed that something unusual happened: a powerful playlist of worship songs that I hadn’t heard in years played—each one favoring the one prior. As the music filled my car, God told me something that an atheist has no control over.

I believe that deep worship opens up the heavens revealing and manifesting the glory of God. During these times is when I often hear the Lord speak.

Therefore, as the music played, the Lord said to me, “Did you know that the human body knows Who I am? Did you know that even the body of an atheist knows who I am, even if their mind does not?” Take notice that He didn’t say, “Even if the brain does not”. This is because the brain is a part of the body; therefore, the brain also knows God.

This blew me away! This was nothing I even thought about, yet, the Lord thought it fitting to give me a piece of “a matter of fact.”

After that revelation, my mind couldn’t help but go to one of my favorite scriptures in the Bible pertaining to the arrest of Jesus in the garden:

Jesus therefore, knowing all things that should come upon Him, went forth, and said unto them, Whom seek ye? They answered Him, Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus saith unto them, “I am He”. And Judas also, which betrayed Him, stood with them. As soon then as He had said unto them, I am He, they went backward, and fell to the ground.

John 18:4-6

All Jesus had to do was speak! Their body could not withstand His glory. “I am He” from the mouth of God tends to weaken the knees of the ones He created. The band of men appointed by the Pharisees to arrest Jesus did not know Him, but their bodies, in fact, did!

How about the time when Jesus called Lazarus out of the tomb? We’re talking about the real Superman here! Jesus didn’t even go into the tomb, nor touch Lazarus to resurrect his smelling corpse. He literally stood outside of the tomb and ordered, “Lazarus, come out!” And he did!

What adds icing to the cake, is the fact that when Lazarus came hopping out of the tomb, he was bound with grave clothes, which more than likely made him look like a mummy. Then, Jesus spoke to his clothes, commanding, “Unbind him, and let him go!” And it did. Even clothes obey Him (John 11:38-44).

Grasp this one: When Jesus was sleeping on the ship when a great storm formed on the sea, his disciples were petrified. They woke Him and basically complained about Jesus not doing anything about it. So Jesus walked to the edge of the boat and spoke to the winds and the water, ordering them, “Peace. Be still!” And it was so (Mark 4:39)!

Well, the water obeyed Him. Are humans not made up of 60% water? Do you get where I’m going here? More than half of our physical body is made up of water, and if water obeys Him, our body has no other choice too, as well. This is something not even an atheist has control over.

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All of creation was made to worship Him. Jesus even said that if the people were to cease worshipping Him, the rocks would cry out in praise (Luke 19:40).

One day, possibly soon, every knee will bow and tongues confess that Jesus Christ is Lord and there will be no other alternative. Creation is subject to their/its Creator, and the body must surrender. And, this is something not even an atheist has control over.

Whether one believes in the One True God or not—their body does! We become powerless before the All-Powerful.

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    1. Thx again Jennifer. This revelation you had
      Is mind boggling
      I’m sooo happy God is so smart. Every molecule in His control
      It appears He allowed only only one thing to choose not to know and worship Him.
      The souls made in His image.
      Bodies. Brains. Animals. Water. Rocks. Plants. Everything knows Him
      All power. Glory. Honor. & Majesty to Him alone
      In Christ always

  1. Isn’t it the truth? And it is the knowledge of the truth that makes us free! Let every atheist everywhere know that whom the Son sets free is free indeed!

  2. Dear Jennifer, I’ve read your book, and noted many of your post as I did this one about the Atheist; and I find your insights from God to be as open doors for a few of us to enter into the Father’s many other levels of possibilities: only a select gifting can be chosen to reveal such next level truths to the measured mind.
    Thank you for whatever the sacrifice required to be chosen for this door opening work. James Flowers

    1. Adopted son, thanks so much for reading my book! I love hearing feedback. I believe anybody and everyone has many levels of possibilities from the Lord, as He’s not a respecter of persons. There’s one key to obtaining that, and it’s this: child-like faith. Doubt and reason cannot exist in miracle-shaking faith. The Lord is always ready and willing to show and teach you things you’ve never thought possible 🙂

  3. Interesting. What’s the actual basis for believing any of it though? We have a book and traditions and that’s it. Is it factual or is it a fabrication? Why believe it? I’m an atheist that used to be a Christian. What you’re talking about is something that gives Christians goosebumps, but if it’s all just made up then its only power is emotional hype and nothing more. I find no real reason to believe that God exists beyond people’s imaginations. That’s just not a good enough reason to believe for me. Imagination is fun and all but I want to know and believe what’s real.

    1. Hi Barry, thank you for writing. I’ve read and understand your concerns. It sounds as if you were raised in religion (which included traditions) as you mentioned. I was raised the same. But there came a point that I had to personally search God out for myself. I suggest you read my article, “On My Way To Hell With Religion As My Guide”. It wasn’t until I went to a church that actually FULLY believed the power of God that I had no doubt that Jesus/God was definitely real. I saw demonic possessions that couldn’t have been humanly imitated; I saw the blind see and the deaf healed. I actually physically felt the tangible touch of God. But here’s what has gotten you, as it appears, is that, in your eyes, the church may have failed you and other Christians may have failed you. That’s when we have to come to the realization of whether I’m a Christian because of others, or am I a Christian because I’m madly in love with Jesus Christ and what He did for me on the cross? You wouldn’t be responding to my article if you weren’t searching for answers, and I believe you do in fact know the TRUTH. As for traditions, Jesus specifically warned about mixing traditions with the faith (he specifically pressed this on the Pharisees and Sadducees). The Book, aka, The Holy Bible is absolutely the inspired word of God. It’s power! I’ve seen drug addicts, drunkards, witches, etc. delivered by the Word of God. So Barry, I’d like for you to stay with my site, if you desire, as I touch on things that don’t fit the religious narrative but rather a true, personal, all-or-nothing walk with God (and it’s amazing)! Again, the fact that you’re here on Deep Believer shows that the Lord has not forgotten you. He’s MADLY in love with you and will not stop nudging at you all the days of your life. Religion never saved a single soul, but Jesus Christ does. Please, keep in contact! God bless you, Barry.

      1. Thanks for your kind and thoughtful response. For more from and about me please come visit my site: BarryAWatkins.wordpress.com. Let’s explore God, religion, the Bible, philosophy, science and more.

  4. Jennifer, i read your post a while ago, yet the Lord keeps bringing it to mind 😀I would like to share your revelation on my blog. And we believe this is truly from Good because we also receive His rhema word and scripture confirms it. Praying for those in darkness to see and hear God, too. Thanks, Chari

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