Jesus Was the First Geneticist

I am simple minded and tend to think in simple terms after tossing complex nonsense.  I think in many ways Jesus was a simple man but not a simpleton.  He simply stated the way things were and had no little need to negotiate.

I read of His miraculous healings.  Curing a lady of bleeding, a man that is crippled, a warped hand, mental maniacs and more.  Only a few of the many were recorded, but the stories are told of His healing people all day long and then going off for a few hours of replenishment.  So it seems healing was a big deal and an integral part of God authenticating His presence in Jesus life.

The other day, as I was praying for a friend or two…  the ridiculous idea popped into my head to pray for healing in a very specific way.  I prayed the dna of the person would take on the very dna of Jesus.  This idea makes a lot of sense to me as i believe Jesus abides and He is not sick.  So it seems most logical if the individual to be healed took on the dna of Christ, he also would be healed.

Today, i read in Facebook that one of the ones i prayed this prayer for was taken to a Geneticist.  The doctor diagnosed the person’s illness as being a genetic problem and could be cured.  I am thinking this doctor is a wise man.   I am also thinking he is about to see a miracle in the works… taking on the dna of Jesus can be nothing less than a miracle.

Thank you, Jesus.

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37stories

It is the desire of my heart that God be Lord of my life. Life’s experiences have killed the old man and God is building a new creation in me. I look forward to experiencing the new man God creates in the old vessel known as Archie via "God Spots".

One thought on “Jesus Was the First Geneticist”

  1. Good post, and a lot of truth here. After all have we not been transformed to become son’s and daughters of the Father? John said that “As He IS, so are we in this world.” Selah

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