Fusion: where two or three are gathered

As discussed in a previous post, Fission produces energy. Energy was compared to the excitement of God and what it does in the lives of those that are saved by the Holy Spirit. We can build on this idea when considering another energy producing process known as Fusion. Unlike Fission where (unstable) atoms split,  Fusion occurs when two atoms combine together. This forms a heavier atom and energy… a lot of  energy! So much energy that even the Sun and the stars use this process to power themselves!

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The Sun is formed by fusion. Image credit to: https://thenypost.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/sun.jpg

You may be thinking, what kind of atoms could combine to create so much energy? maybe something as big and complicated as Uranium (as was used in Fission)… But no, rather they consist of the smallest element known to mankind- Hydrogen! When two hydrogen atoms come together, they react to form the second smallest element, Helium. The right conditions are needed for fusion to happen: high temperature and pressure. This is key!

The fusion process should remind us of what happens in Matthew 18:20: “For where two or three gather in My Name, there am I with them”. Imagine that when two of us, little humans, full of sin and not deserving of His love, come together under the right conditions: His Name, we have the big and mighty presence of God, the power of God and all that He can do in our lives, just like the amazing energy produced to power our Sun but more! In verse 19, Jesus Himself says that if two of us can agree about anything on earth, it will be done by the Father in Heaven, that is a lot of power!

You may not feel worthy, you may feel inferior but God has given us a lot of power especially when we come together!

Please find more information about Fusion here.

QED.

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