Researchers are continuing to study the brain’s ability to break codes. For example, your brain can unscramble words that are badly misspelled or intentionally mixed up as long as the first and last letters of the word are correct.
According to a Cognitive Neuroscientist, no one really knows fully why the brain is so good at breaking codes, but they suspect that “context is the key.” In other words, when our brain gets the context of a word or sentence, it jumps to conclusions about what to expect next and fills in the gaps.
Some 2000 years ago, God’s love caused Him to fill in the gaps. He loved us so much that when he looked down at us and saw we couldn’t save ourselves, He sent his son to fill in the gaps. Paul said, “For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ” (Romans 6:23).
Jesus broke the code to our sin and now we can have forgiveness.
Have a Blessed Day!