10LC Found Inside DNA Molecule

DNA_decagon_10LC_decalogue

fun_fact_3

God created the DNA molecule to be the “instruction book” for obtaining physical life on earth; every plant and every animal has DNA in the nucleus of its cell.  DNA literally holds the information that produces all physical life.

God created the 10 Love Commandments (10LC) as the “instruction book” for obtaining spiritual life in heaven; all mankind knows God’s 10LC in their heart.  The 10LC literally hold the information that produces all spiritual life.

Therefore, God married these two entities together – DNA (molecule of life) & 10LC (law of life) – for further proof He is the creator of ALL things!  God designed the DNA molecule to have the shape of a twisted ladder.  The two long ends of the ladder are the two strands of DNA making up the molecule, and the rungs are the base pairings.  The molecule contains 10 base pairings per each 360° full twist, allowing for a decagon to be seen in cross section, five points supplied by each DNA stand, just like God wrote His 10 Commandments on two tables of stone!

“I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made:
marvellous are thy works” (Psalms 139:14)

 


Click image above to watch video

 

food_for_thought

Isn’t it ironic that DNA is now the main evidence used to convict or exonerate someone.  In other words, the molecule that God infused with an image of His 10LC … is now very often the molecule, or physical evidence, that determines whether a person has kept them or not.  Do you see the irony in that?

Picture a forensic scientist sitting there analyzing the DNA evidence of a rape case, or murder case.  The very molecule they are testing contains an image of the two stone tables God inscribed with the 10LC, which say “Do not commit sexual immorality, Do not murder”.  And in the end, THAT molecule winds up determining whether they did or didn’t!  Oh, the wonderful irony!

 

FF2  Red_Arrow-Left      Red_Arrow-001      Red_Arrow-Right  FF4

One thought on “10LC Found Inside DNA Molecule

  1. Friends, here’s a link showing and explaining the cross-sectional geometry of the DNA molecule … http://www.brooksdesign-ps.com/Code/Html/godna2.htm

    I didn’t want to complicate the message above, but the cross-sectional view of the DNA molecule actually contains THREE decagons (a major, mid, and minor one) each made up of two overlapping pentagons.

    What does this remind you of? How about the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. Three in one, all working together, teaching and living out the 10 Love Commandments!!!

    Praise the Lord!

    Gabriel

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *