Rods of purpose

Rods could be made of wood or metals. The longer rods are termed as staff or sceptre. The rods could be spoken as metaphors or enacted as parables.
1) Rod of miracles (Exodus 7:20: The staff of Moses represented God’s power and call entrusted to him.
2) Rod that blossomed (Numbers 17:8): When there was an unnecessary rebellion led by Korah, God had to reveal His choice of Aaron as His priest. Rods representing each tribe were placed in the presence of the Lord overnight. Next day, the rod of Aaron had blossomed indicating God’s choice of Aaron.
3) Rod of discipline (Proverbs 22:15): Rod in the hands of parents represents their authority and responsibility of guidance to their children.
4) Rod of wickedness (Ezekiel 7:11): When violence increases, the rulers could use the rod of wickedness to correct and other times to oppress the people.
5) Rod of comfort (Psalms 23:4): The rod in the hands of a shepherd is for comfort and guidance. Sometimes, a shepherd uses a knife tied on top to slice fresh leaves from trees to provide food for sheep.
6) Rod to measure (Revelation 11:1): This is used to measure or evaluate. God scrutinizes and examines all humans.
7) Rod of iron (Revelation 2:27; 12:5; 19:15): God uses the rod of iron to rule over rebellious and wicked humanity.
8) Rod of my anger (Isaiah 10:5): When God is displeased with His children, God uses this rod to warn, discipline and even punish them.
9) Rod for fools (Proverbs 10:13): Fools are those who deny God, or those who do not think and misbehave. They could be corrected by the rod used on their back.
10) Rod of men (II Samuel 7:14): God promised David that his descendants would occupy the throne. If they deviate from God’s ways, God will use the rod of men to bring them to the right path.
Rods in responsible hands could bring good and blessings to people. In others hands it could bring pain and misery.
Do I realize God uses rods to show His grace, guidance, and correction?