This lesson is not one of the revolutionary Bible science proofs.
However, it involves science on the microscopic level that is incorporated into the language of the Bible.
The patterns mimic the behavior of God that was established in the cycles of day and night.
It is the process by which plants use the energy from sunlight to produce sugar and oxygen.
In the plant world, the righteous are pictured as trees growing by water and as oxygen.
The wicked are symbolized as carbon dioxide and dead trees.
Here, the Plan of Salvation is the process by which evil carbon is transformed into sweet sugar by absorbing water in the presence of light.
In the light dependent reaction, water is absorbed, then oxygen and light energy is converted into chemical energy.
This is the result of the reaction that uses light to make sugar in plants.
Notice the predominance of the number six. The number 666 is associated with an evil force at the end of time.
Here is the chemical reaction that symbolizes how a member of the 666 group can be converted.
In the presence of sunlight (God) and water (the Holy Spirit), the wicked one who is dead in sin (carbon dioxide) can be transformed (sugar) and come back to life with the breath of life (Oxygen).
|6H2O ||+ 6CO2 || +
||C6H12O6|| + 6O2
|(Water)||(Carbon Dioxide)|| Sunlight
» Water (Holy Spirit) + Carbon Dioxide (Christ). Events began when the Holy Spirit anointed Him at His baptism.
» Sugar (Christ). He is the sweet carbon who came as one of us to show the Father to the world.
» Red Light (Red Blood). God is white light and Christ is the red part of the light spectrum because He gave His blood to save man when He became the light of the world.
» Chlorophyll (Red Light Absorbed).
Chlorophyll absorbs all colors except green (blue and yellow) or a primary pigment color. This means that it absorbs red!
Plants only need red and blue light to grow (blood and law). Blue is the color that reminds the faithful of the law. When we grow, we reflect the third primary color - green.
The righteous are put through a system that has the green pigment chlorophyll.
Remember that green is a symbol of the kingdom of God, symbolized in the green branches at the Feast of Tabernacles.
So by absorbing the blood of Christ and respecting the law, the righteous become eligible to be green plants in the kingdom of God.
» No Energy.
Red has the longest wavelength in the visible spectrum and longer wavelengths have less energy.
Christ had no energy because He was kept awake all night and lost a lot of blood from a severe beating.
So He fell as He carried the cross. On the cross He struggled to breathe, and, exhausted, He died of asphyxiation and blood loss.
» I Am The Light of the World.
The light reactions in the Plan of Salvation occurred after Christ was baptized until He prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane and shed blood.
During this time of three years, He tried to show the world the character of the Father.
- Dark Reactions (Calvin Bensen Cycle).
During the dark cycle, carbon dioxide is absorbed then energy, water and sugar are produced.
For three hours there was darkness on the cross as Christ became the sin offering.
Christ as Carbon Dioxide.
Christ also went through the phase of being treated as a wicked man.
Let us look at what happens in the leaf to see an example of the crucifixion.
The dark reactions in the Plan of Salvation occurred after Christ was arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane.
- Carbon Dioxide Enters. It cannot pass through the protective wax on the leaf.
Before His arrest Jesus was able to supernaturally pass through the angry mob, now He could not. He had to go where they took Him.
| The All in All |
Christ is the lamb, the priest, the altar, the menorah, the ark, the branch, the bread, the blood and the sanctuary.
Here, He is the tree, the leaf, the carbon dioxide, the oxygen and the sugar.
Christ is the all in all
(1 Corinthians 15: 28).
- Stoma (The Hole). CO2 can only enter through a hole called the stoma.
Remarkably, Christ is seen as the tree, the green leaf and the carbon dioxide.
In this case the hole is also seen as the holes in His body.
Water Leaves (Life). When the stoma opens to let the gases pass through and a lot of water is lost.
Oxygen Leaves (Life). Oxygen leaves through the stoma.
The Gift of Life Through a Hole.
Life-giving oxygen out of the stoma symbolizes life oozing out of a hole in several places in nature and in the last days of Christ.
The righteous Messiah passes life through the hole.
- Pierced Side. The blood and water through the hole in His side.
Hole in His Side. But one of the soldiers pierced His side with a spear; and immediately blood and water came out. (John 19: 34)
- Sweating Blood. Life oozing out of a hole in His body is symbolized in the blood He sweat through His pores in the Garden of Gethsemane.
- Resurrection. Life oozing out of a hole in the ground at the mouth of a burial cave.
Grave: Hole in the Ground.
And behold a severe earthquake had occurred, for an angel of the Lord descended from heaven and came and rolled away the stone and sat on it.
(Matthew 28: 2)
This hole is the same as the helicase through which the DNA passes.
- Birth. Salvation is called being born again of the water and the Spirit (oxygen). A new baby passes from the darkness of the womb through the birth canal into the light.
- Two Guard Cells. The hole is flanked by two guard cells.
This is Jesus between the two thieves on the cross, two Roman guards at the tomb and two angels in the tomb.
Between The Thieves.
At that time two robbers were crucified with Him, one on the right side and one on the left. And those passing by were hurling abuse at Him, wagging their heads.
The robbers who were crucified with Him were also insulting Him with the same words.
(Matthew 27: 38-39, 44)
Between The Guards.
The guards shook for fear of him and became like dead men.
(Matthew 28: 4)
Between The Angels.
and she saw two angels in white sitting, one at the head and one at the feet, where the body of Jesus had been lying.
(John 20: 12)
» Middle Matzah.
The Passover seder also teaches us that the other two members of the Trinity were on either side of Him, the broken bread.
The production of sugar or "something sweet" can be seen in the reference to eternal life as a land of "milk and honey" and in one prophecy that was given as a riddle by Samson.
Honey is produced in the dead carcass of a lion.
Carbon Fixation: The Calvin Cycle.
Forgiveness and giving life is only part of the Plan of Salvation. The other important part is changing the sinner (Carbon dioxide) to a righteous man (sugar).
This process shows how carbon dioxide is converted to sugar.
Notice how the numbers six, twelve and thirty six dominate.
- 6CO2 (6 Carbons). The process begins when carbon enters the leaf and joins the cycle.
- 6 ribulose biphosphate (30 Carbons). Each CO2 combines with this five carbon compound.
- 12 PGA (Phosphoglyceric Acid) (36 Carbons). 12 ATP 12 ADP
- 12 DPGA (biphosphoglyceric acid) (36 Carbons). 12 NADPH + 12H+ 12 NADP+
- 12 PGAL (phosphoglyceraldehyde) (36 Carbons). It creates two products (sugar and PGAL)
» 2 PGAL (6 Carbons). Glucose, fructose, sucrose, starch, cellulose ...
» 10 PGAL (30 Carbons).
- 6 Ribulose phosphate (30 Carbons). 6 ATP 6ADP
This forms ribulose biphosphate and repeats the cycle.
Plants are the perfect living things that complement humans more than any other life form.
They provide oxygen, food, shelter and clothes. They also use and recycle our waste products like carbon dioxide, dung and urea.
- Day (Carbon Dioxide). In the day plants breathe in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen.
- Night (Oxygen). In the night, plants compete for oxygen. When light is absent it means death for humans.
Humans are symbolized as lambs and trees.
While the symbol of the death of a lamb is limited in portraying the whole truth about the Plan of Salvation, the death of the seed is not limited.
A dead animal has no process within itself to rise from the dead.
However, a seed needs to die and be buried under the earth before it can become a tree and produce thousands of seeds which have the same inherent property of life.
The design of the seed also predicts the events at the death of Christ. Each seed has a baby tree inside it with two basic structures.
- Root. Jesus is the root, the trunk and the stump that feeds and supports the leaves.
- Two Seed Leaves (Cotyledon). The people of God are the leaves and branches. However, at His death, two branches of the church were created.
The church split into Jews and Gentiles, representing the cotyledons.
After a long period of darkness underground, the church will emerge into the light. As both branches grow, they produce leaves and fruit which intermingle so that at the end you cannot see a division.
The Messianic Prophecy
The life and actions of Jesus Christ mirrored these sciences.
The evidence in nature about the plan of salvation, mirrors the accomplishments on each day of creation.
Biological systems represent sin and death, but botany represents the perfection of the people of God in the Son of God who was made of mortal clay and planted on earth to reflect the glory of the Father.
The righteous are like a well-watered tree.
||Day 4 (Wednesday)
||Day 6 (Friday)
||Day 7 (Sabbath)
||Man, Sin and Death
- Seed (Jesus). From the beginning a special Seed was promised to Eve. This Seed would fall into the earth and die, springing back to life and producing an infinite amount of seeds.
- Respiration (Holy Spirit). He is smbolized as the breath of God which gives life.
- Photosyntlesis (Father). The works of God to defeat the darkness can be seen in all its processes. It provides air in light and dark and it provides food for the plant.
- Light And Dark. The whole Plan of Salvation is the struggle between light and dark and between the good and bad seed and with an angel who is trying his best to murder the human race.
Science lies within the realm of religion and exists to express the will of the Creator YHWH God.
There is one law for people and atoms made by the same Creator and Lawgiver YHWH.
"Come now, and let us reason together," Says the LORD, "Though your sins are as scarlet, they will be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they will be like wool.
(Isaiah 1: 18)
The Foolishness Of God Is Wisdom.
For it is written, "I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and the cleverness of the clever I will set aside.
Where is the wise man? Where is the scribe? Where is the debater of the age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the world?
(1 Corinthians 1: 19)
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