In the Bible there are many references to it, such as the well-known verse, Psalm 98:4: "Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth; break forth into joyous song and sing praises." Even entertainment venues such as movies, plays, operas, and television shows are enhanced by music that supports the story being told.
From the singing of birds in the spring to the swelling chirps of cicadas on a summer evening, to the lull of a crisp autumn breeze swirling leaves through the trees and the soft whisper of falling snow, the world continually evolves to the beat of its internal melody.
So a direct physical link exists between a person's thoughts, attitudes, and emotions, and the health of their immune system. Therefore, music gives us the ability to tap into the very core of our innate spirit that resides deep within our bodies, on a cellular level. In essence, we live in the music.
By the same token, a person can choose to be happy by focusing on making his environment a pleasant one. As Osteen says in his book, "Our lives need to be inspired, infused, filled afresh with God's goodness every day."
The saying, "music is the universal language", is undeniably true. The power of music is nothing short of a spiritual experience.