Picking Golden Fruit: The Rose Family

Each of us has DNA which uniquely defines us, like snowflakes, no two alike.

DNA Testing

Genetic Basics: Understanding the Clues Found in Our DNA

Through the links you will see the DNA information in its entirety, this is the basic gist for us to really dwell on and think on.

In the physical, DNA testing is used to prove innocence or guilt, paternity or maternity, and is used to determine our chances of inheriting a disease or medical condition.
In the spiritual, we are God’s child right down to our DNA! He isn’t a Father looking to ditch his kids; He calls us His own out loud and for the entire world to hear. His declaration of being our Father brings with it powerful truth we need to grasp ahold of with both hands!

(Blood)DNA determines innocence or guilt in a courtroom, which we will all face one day.
DNA determines our physical characteristics, personality traits, and behaviors: we are being made into the image and likeness of Christ, God’s First Son, to be joint heirs with Him.
DNA determines inherent disease or medical conditions: there is no sickness in God.

“Because you are his sons, God sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, the Spirit who calls out, “Abba, Father.” Galatians 4:6

Facts on Pears:  They are part of the rose family.

We are “part of the ROSE (of Sharon) family”, right down to our DNA.


2 thoughts on “Picking Golden Fruit: The Rose Family

  1. Amy, another good post…this one about the Rose..yes we are all apart of the Rose of Sharon! The blog that will be posted in July by ChristianDevotions is about the Rose of Sharon.
    See you later today.
    Love you,

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