DNA The Mark Of the Beast


From left to right, the structures of A-, B- a...

From left to right, the structures of A-, B- and Z-DNA. The structure a DNA molecule depends on its environment. In aqueous enviromnents, including the majority of DNA in a cell, B-DNA is the most common structure. The A-DNA structure is dominates in dehydrated samples and is similar to the double-stranded RNA and DNA/RNA hybrids. Z-DNA is a rarer structure found in DNA bound to certain proteins. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

DNA carries the information for making all of the cell’s proteins. These pro­teins implement all of the functions of a living organism and determine the organism’­s characteristics. When the cell reproduces, it has to pass all of this information on to the daughter cells. Before a cell can reproduce, it must first replicate, or make a copy of, its DNA. From HowStuufWorks

What makes us human? No doubt our DNA is what made us human in nature, but little do we know that we are a make up of human DNA along with the DNA that ties us all to the Creator. And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps upon the earth. 27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.” Genesis 1:26-27) But when man chose to disobey God, he ended up losing his position with God as sin entered the world. At that very moment in Adam’s life there was a transformation, it was both spiritual and a literal DNA reconfiguration.

The Bible told us that God made man in his image and likeness, and that man was perfect and good. He was given command over all of God’s creation, but when he took from the tree and ate from the forbidden fruit his DNA structure was changed. With this change came the knowledge that they seek, the knowledge of good and evil a transformation. “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. Genesis 2:7)

When Adam and his wife Eve ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil a transformation took place within manifesting itself on the outside. There eyes were open and immediately they knew they were no longer the same “And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together, and made themselves aprons.” Genesis 3:7. They receive the knowledge through the change that took place in their lives. Suddenly they were no longer in the image of God, but changed individuals. Their character were transformed, their minds were no longer as it was, when God came looking for his poe0ple they were no longer able to approach him, but spoke up saying, “We heard your voice in the garden and was afraid.”

Before announcing the judgment that was to come against the world, God made a covenant to redeem humanity from the corruption that occurred, He said to the enemy who caused the fall of man, “I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.” Genesis 3:15.  The plan of God was to send on earth a new man made perfectly from the dust of the earth, it would be; however, through a virgin human who had never been touched by a man. This virgin birth provides for the perfect entry point for the Messiah, the pure blood of a man; therefore, it was important for a virgin to have been the one to bear the Holy Spirit who would become the Son of God.

The DNA of Jesus was pure human and divine just at it was for Adam when he was first created. Jesus was the perfect man in all form and likeness who walked not after his own will, but after the will of God according to the Spirit keeping himself pure as he went to the cross. This spells out why Jesus could not have lived a normal life as a human having children or owning houses, if he had done so he would have re-created the scenario that is about to play out in the future. If he had also lived a normal human life on earth having children, the eternal aspects of his people would be lost. Jesus as we know it was the second Adam representing humanity unto eternal life, correcting what our first human representative has failed to do. So what next? Stay tune fore more.

 

Advertisements


Categories: Notes

4 replies

  1. It is not the science that interests me in this, but the notion that sin re-shaped the human body. At a certain level that cannot be denied, since Adam and Eve would not have known death. After their rebellion, though, death entered the body. So something changed. It is an accepted fact that sin/trauma/contempt for our body causes impacts in the flesh, just as joy/forgiveness can have a positive impact on body and energy. I think it is worth looking at the pervasiveness of sin to affect our thinking, our spiritual perspective, and even our flesh. Perhaps people take too lightly that sin leaves a scar just as abuse leaves a person wounded until healing overwhelms the injury. Whether that happens at the level of DNA doesn’t really matter if the lesson is learned.
    Peace

  2. In the Bible, man as the “image” of God does not mean that we share divine “DNA” (all God’s attributes). For example, we share with God attributes such as mind, language, will, but not omnipresence or omnipotence. Yours is a gnostic/Buddhist/Cabala view.

    See my http://onedaringjew.wordpress.com/2011/01/24/man-the-not-so-very-dna-image-of-god-a-critique-of-louie-giglios-great-is-our-god/

    • Here is the response of Jesus when he was being persecuted:

      Psalm 82:5They do not know nor do they understand; They walk about in darkness; All the foundations of the earth are shaken. 6I said, “You are gods, And all of you are sons of the Most High. 7″Nevertheless you will die like men And fall like any one of the princes.”…

    • Again what do you think it mean when God said we become sons of God? I have been down this road before where I run into opposition among my own, and while living my faith in Christ I have done more than what many have done in a life time of following there faith. Eternal means eternal life that in itself is divine transformation.

%d bloggers like this: