Our souls are programmed with “spiritual DNA” that runs through our being, making each of us one-of-a-kind, just as our bodies are uniquely wired by DNA with certain physical qualities. Who you are and what you're supposed to do are determined by your spiritual DNA.
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Two Identity Tests and What They Tell You
A clinical DNA test establishes paternity, genetic diseases, and heritage by determining your identity at the molecular level. It's even employed in crime scene investigations as a dependable identity device.
A spiritual DNA test exposes your identity in terms of what makes you a spiritual being: your skills, gifts, passions, and calling.
The two tests are similar in that they both produce measurable results. At least one thing distinguishes them: who conducts the testing. A medical or investigative professional must order a clinical DNA test, which must be performed by a lab technician. You are the only one who can conduct a spiritual assessment if you choose to do so.
Two Reasons to Assess Your Spiritual DNA
One solution can be found in 1 Corinthians 2:7-10: “We're talking about God's hidden wisdom… No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has comprehended what God has in store for those who love him, but God has revealed it to us through his Spirit” (NIV).
This passage tells us that there is much more going on in and around us than our physical eyes can see. The question of who you are and what you should accomplish is a difficult one “Until you are willing to understand it, wisdom that is buried” Your spiritual radar must be turned on in order to gather that information. God can disclose His secret understanding about you to you… through His Spirit… when you're ready.
Is DNA in the Bible?
The Bible's DNA is similar in that each small piece carries information needed to create and maintain an organism, the church. A church that seeks to mix in DNA that isn't found in God's Word has contaminated the scene. It's like someone strolling about a crime scene and introducing new molecules, utterly jeopardizing the evidence's integrity.
What does it mean if a person is spiritual?
Spirituality is defined as the awareness of a feeling, sense, or belief that there is something more to being human than sensory experience, and that the greater total of which we are a part is cosmic or divine in nature.
What does it mean to unlock your DNA?
Scientists have discovered a gene that has the ability to ‘lock' and ‘unlock' specific areas of your genetic code, allowing other genes to be produced in your body. When you're under a lot of stress, this gene kicks in. So you believe that simply being born gives you access to all of your DNA? Reconsider your position. People, you have to earn it.
What is the long version of DNA?
DNA is the molecular name for the molecule in all living things that conveys genetic instructions. The DNA molecule is made up of two strands that coil around each other to form a double helix structure. The backbone of each strand is made up of sugar (deoxyribose) and phosphate groups that alternate. Each sugar has one of four bases attached to it: adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T) (T). Bonds between the bases hold the two strands together; adenine bonds with thymine, while cytosine bonds with guanine. The nucleotide sequence along the backbones serves as a set of instructions for putting protein and RNA molecules together.
What is the God chromosome?
According to the God gene hypothesis, human spirituality is influenced by inheritance, and a specific gene known as vesicular monoamine transporter 2 (VMAT2) predisposes humans to spiritual or mystic experiences. Dean Hamer, a biologist, introduced the theory in his 2004 book The God Gene: How Faith is Hardwired into Our Genes.
A mix of behavioral genetic, neurological, and psychological investigations support the God gene concept. The hypothesis' main arguments are that: (1) spirituality can be measured using psychometrics; (2) the underlying tendency to spirituality is partially heritable; (3) part of this heritability can be attributed to the gene VMAT2; (4) this gene affects monoamine levels; and (5) spirituality provides an evolutionary advantage by giving people an innate sense of optimism.
Who found the God gene?
Archaeologists Joyce Marcus and Kent Flannery discovered a surprising insight into the origins of religion in Mexico's Oaxaca Valley.
They discovered evidence of a major transformation in religious conduct rather than a grandiose temple after 15 years of excavation. In around 7,000 B.C., a rudimentary dancing floor served as the stage for communal religious dances held by hunter-gatherers. It then continues on to ancestor-cult shrines that appeared approximately 1,500 B.C., and ends around A.D. 30 with the complex, astronomically oriented temples of an early archaic state.
Where is God found?
God can be found everywhere, according to the answer. In the company of the worker tilling the land, God can be found. The Almighty is with the stone breaker who works hard to make a life.