Today is a very rainy day in southeast Texas. I’m glad we aren’t moving today, and I’m glad I don’t have to go anywhere.
Yesterday I went to get new tags for my car, deposit Sunday’s offering in the bank, shopped at Walmart (spent $250, so it was a large shopping trip), did 3 loads of laundry, emptied and washed litter boxes, and scrubbed and mopped the ceramic tile floor by our front door.
I’m not doing as much today. I am doing more laundry, dishes, and trying to straighten up the living room a little. I’ve got a long way to go. I have hazelnut creme candles burning and it smells good.
I have seen this subject on several blogs in the last few weeks, and I got this video from Gail (Gail2). When I first saw it a month or so ago, I Googled this subject, and just got tears in my eyes. I got excited. Watch the video first.
Here is an explanation of laminin. But they don’t show you any pictures. Probably for good reason. On the left is a drawing of laminin. On the right is a picture through an electron microscope:
The description says it has 3 short arms and one long. Another site chose to say it looked like a sword. Anything to keep from saying it’s a cross. We probably all know people who absolutely refuse to see the truth.
This is the adhesive that glues our bodies together. I have read several blogs making fun of Christians seeing the cross in the drawing. They say it’s “science,” and make fun of Christians not believing in science. Well, I DO believe in science….but I believe God is the author of science. Intelligent Christians don’t want to throw science out the window. They just believe in science that is in line with God’s word. Non-Christians see scripture and science as polar opposites. Boy are they in for a surprise!
16 Christ is the one through whom God created everything in heaven and earth. He made the things we can see and the things we can’t see — kings, kingdoms, rulers, and authorities. Everything has been created through him and for him.
17 He existed before everything else began, and he holds all creation together.