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In Matthew 11:25, Jesus declared, "I praise You, Father, Lord of heaven And earth, because You have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children.”

Watch now as 12 “innocent” children teach Bill Nye, the Science Guy, the “real” scientific truth, which is not being taught, behind the origin and complexity of God’s coded master design for all life, DNA.

Deoxyribonucleic Acid, or DNA can be expressed as a WRITTEN language that creates the blueprint that makes you who you are. Geneticists tell us that there are trillions upon trillions of combinations that make up human DNA, and your unique DNA was formed at the time of conception. You were your own human-being – not just from birth – from day one. - David Rives

The Science behind God's Genesis 1:28 command to “be fruitful and multiple.”

The DNA found inside each of our 37 trillion body cells contains all of the genetic instructions for building the proteins that make up the tissues and organs of our bodies. A DNA molecule consists of two opposing strands of sugar and phosphate molecules that form a double-helix “twisted ladder" connected by rungs of protein bases of adenine - thymine, cytosine - guanine (A, T, C, and G).

The arranged sequences of these four protein bases makes you “uniquely you.” God has carefully encoded the DNA of all His created species, both plant and animals, with their own unique genetic instructions to ensure that they will continue His order to

"be fruitful and multiply.“

Each cell in your body contains 46 chromosomes with your complete set of genetic information on each strand. If you were able to completely uncoil a single strand of human DNA, it would be over 6 feet tall. But just how much genetic information is stored on one single strand? Let's find out. One strand of human DNA consists of approximately 3.1467 billion base pairs (a number just slightly less than the number of seconds in 100 years: 3.15576 billion seconds).

Using Microsoft Word, with a Times New Roman 12-point font on 8.5" × 11" paper and displaying A, C, G and T in capital letters in equal numbers, you can fit 57 letters on a line and 46 lines on one side of a page, thus representing 2,622 base pairs per page (single sided). Using Microsoft Word, with a Times New Roman 12-point font on 8.5" × 11" paper and displaying A, C, G and T in capital letters in equal numbers, you can fit 57 letters on a line and 46 lines on one side of a page, thus representing 2,622 base pairs per page (single sided). Thus, 1,206,980 single-sided sheets would be needed to display the entire human genome in this way. A modern ream of printer paper consists of 500 sheets of paper and is about 2.1" thick.

One would therefore need to use 2,414 reams of paper to print the human genome in the format just described. A stack of that many reams of paper would stand 424.4 feet tall, approximately midway in height between the Statue of Liberty and the Washington Monument.

The chicken egg is one of the best examples of God's Genesis 1:28 command to "be fruitful and multiply".

During mating - an unceremonious affair that lasts less than 2 seconds - the rooster's sperm, containing half of the male chicken's 78 chromosomes, is released into the hen's funnel shaped organ called the oviduct. The moment a rooster's sperm (39 chromosomes) combines with the hen's egg (39 chromosomes) to produce a fertilized egg (78 chromosomes), a miracle takes place. The genetic instructions inscribed inside the rooster's sperm and the hen's egg combine together to start a process that ends 21 days later with a perfectly formed baby chick.

Now translate this same hidden process to one the greatest of all living things that God, the master DNA programmer, has created.

"For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse." ~ Romans 1:20.