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GOD’S WORD FOR JULY 5

Yesterday we talked about the intricate clotting ability of all animals, and how that could never come about randomly as evolutionists say.

But Our Lord God didn’t stop with the clotting when we are injured. Our bodies immediately go on red alert in all areas to heal that wound as quickly and cleanly as possible with the least stress to our bodies.

  1. As the blood is clotting with blood platelets and protein, at the same time, other chemicals are joining to create a scab which will protect the wound while skin is forming underneath.
  2. Once the bleeding is stopped, the blood consistency to that area changes, as more white blood cells are sped to that area. White cells are the “soldiers” of the blood, which fight off bacterial infection in the wound. They not only search and destroy the bacteria, but they also clean up wounded cells to get the area clean and ready for new cells to develop.
  3. Skin cells are alerted in the area to increase their growth of new cells to bridge the gap to span the wound as quickly as possible.
  4. Meanwhile, underneath this new skin that is forming, special cells called fibroblasts work as a strong closing material, which strengthens the existing skin, attach to it on both sides, then contract to close up the edges of the wound.
  5. The fibroblasts stand by to vigilantly watch for tears or stress along the wound edge and repair immediately while, underneath, blood vessels and nerves do their repairs of those much needed tissues which could take longer, but they are under the protection of the upper layers and workers.

This is an amazing army of tissues, being ordered by the brain, with every area of the body cooperating perfectly to make the whole stress free.

This is a picture of how the Church was meant to be. When one person falls, or is wounded in a spiritual battle, the other members should be ready to immediately do whatever their gifts and callings are to assist that person to get back to the perfect will of God in their lives. Does that happen in your church?

Romans 12:5 ~ ~ “So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another.”

Galatians 6:1

“Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted.”

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