I have never tried to graft a rose. Although I have roses in my garden, and it looks like a challenge I would take on just to see if I could do it, it looks tedious.
Grafting is a process that takes continued nurturing to make sure the bud cut from one rose fuses to the stem of the plant you want it to grow from. If the bud is cut wrong, it will wilt and die. If the stem of the main plant is cut too deep, the bud won’t get the nutrients it needs to grow. If the bud is not attached correctly, the two will not fuse.
Everything has to be just right for the tiny little bud to attach and become part of the main plant.
We, as Gentiles, have been adopted into God’s family—grafted to Him—the source of life.
Everything had to be just right for this to happen, and God is the Only One who could—and would—do it.