Nothing but complete ear-splitting sonic boom sound waves were set in motion throughout the spirit world. One million atomic bombs could not even come close to the deafening sounds pulsating throughout the entire universe the night the man/God came to the world! The noise throughout the galaxies was chaotic yet melodic, tumultuous yet orderly. Yes, it was a holy night and hence the noise, but silent? I don't think so.
The spirit realm was full blown christmas cantata with a host of angels singing for and to His Glory. But it was also the ugliest, most haunting sounds of screeches and screams from the pit of hell. Jesus was making His move and they did not know what it meant. The angels and demonic forces, equally so, had no idea. It was THE MYSTERY that the Fellowship, the Trinity, kept from all of the spiritual forces from before the creation of the world till the day He was birthed and then murdered.
The moment when Jesus came was beyond, beyond and truly beyond.To the spiritual realm it was fantastical, unheard of, and unimaginable, watching the all powerful empty Himself to be like man.
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The entire spirit realm watched as the most beautiful, powerful, omniscient noise poured in one end and came out the other end, to the only inhabitable planet, as silence. The intelligent, Ancient of Days, Almighty God, Wonderful Counselor, the Prince of Peace, became a baby's goo-goo, ga-ga. How can it be? He emptied Himself to save us.
This is the walk of Christ. He silently walked to the cross only to have the sound become worse than the birth. As the two men became one on the cross the noise in the spirit realm went off the charts. Jesus created peace and the sounds from hell and the songs from heaven were deafening.
You know this Jesus, you who can not stop smiling or singing! If you find yourself silent, the rocks will do your job. But honestly, His silence was for you to sing and tell of Him. Don't let the opportunity pass you by. He silently came to fill you with something to say. Say it for His sake. (Eph. 2:14-16)