Jesus also, that he might sanctify the people with his own blood, suffered outside the gate. Therefore, let us go forth to him outside the camp, bearing his reproach. For we have no continuing city here, but we seek one to come.
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Yeah that reminds me of when I was studying Pathophysiology for my nursing degree. I remember learning about the immune system. I studied it quite intricately and it is staggering how intricate the immune system is and what it does to fight infection. I remember being overwhelmed at this part of the body. It’s so very intricate and very important. And then to think this is but one of many systems that make up the body. The way the heart functions is intricate, and the rest of the circulatory system. The way the gastrointestinal system functions is intricate, so is the respiratory system and the renal system (kidneys), and the intergumentary system (skin) and the nervous system, and all of them. And this happens in the one body. It’s perfect and does everything that is needed to be done.
I loved studying anatomy and physiology (the human body and how it works). I could not fathom how the body is a creation of God. It amazed me and I was awed by God. It is far too great for me when you know how intricate it all is. But it is ludicrous to think it just came together of its own accord. That’s just ludicrous. (Maybe it is sinful mankind - denial of God???)
Anyway, I think I just repeated what Ashley said but I don’t suppose it can hurt to reinforce the point!
Didn’t hurt me at all, Jenny. Thanks!