Are We Authentic? Like a Barcode, DNA, RNA and Bible Codes Reveal Our Creator Who Left His Signature

September 15, 2021 0 By admin

If this life is all there is, maybe we should get all we can and the one with the biggest toys wins? But life focused on things soon seems shallow, and a CPA specializing in millionaires said they all wonder, How much more do I need to be secure?

Basing our happiness or security on money or what it can buy will surely miss some things money can’t buy best bondage toys . And in the end, money can be taken from us and is a poor choice of focus, especially if there is a Creator who has left His signature behind, hoping we get His message!

We might wonder if there is an all-powerful God, why doesn’t He stop all the senseless killing and depravity. We should understand it from a biblical view. There was war in heaven re God’s government and Lucifer, the devil, was cast out to earth. This world has become a battleground to demonstrate both sides and God gives us freedom of choice while Satan’s plan involves addictions, bondage, hatred and a host of negatives in a losing lifestyle.

In contrast to the crime, sex and violence seen on TV, the all-time best-seller is a book of life with a realistic picture of where the world is headed and how to avoid the cesspool and destruction by a willingness to live a life of gratitude for what we’ve been given; it includes an opportunity for hereafter.

Though this author has three degrees in science, this is not an explanation of the DNA or RNA codes, but an overview of four other codes that impact Bible understanding.

1. In Revelation 1:11, we read, “I am Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last.” This suggests another code that some Bible students appreciate. It is also called the Rule of Primacy or First Use, and it says that where a word or phrase is first found in the Bible, it often has a meaning or context that we should consider for end-times, because Christ is “the Word,” and “the First and the Last.”

Using this code or rule reveals the Bible as a book of depth and prophecy. This author has appreciated this in relation to the wedding parables which are not understood and seem so different. For example, the cry at midnight in Matthew 25:6 is first found in Exodus 12:29,30 when calamity and death fell on the Egyptians. And wedding parable is about our marriage to Christ after a similar huge calamity because after the calamity in Egypt, God took Israel to a covenant at Sinai and later said, “I am married to you,” Jeremiah 3:14. Paul included the Exodus when he wrote, “All those things happened to them for examples… ends of the world.” 1Corintians 10:1,11.