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Wisdom In The Inward Parts

Don’t you find it astounding that all of the phenomenal wisdom and capabilities housed in our human bodies is reported by the pseudo-wise to simply have evolved? This statement will become even more absurd as you review this feature article.
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Wisdom In The Inward Parts

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With the billions of dollars spent annually on enhancing and lengthening life, you would think that mainstream humanity would dive into the majority-text Authorized King James Bible, the Holy Writ, which is literally teeming with life enhancing and life lengthening directives. But the vast majority of mankind chooses to walk in foolish and hurtful vanity. It doesn't have to be that way. Choose life and live. If you have not entered into the Kingdom of God via the born again experience, click on to "Further With Jesus" on this website for an easy explanation.

GOD SAID in the book of Job, Chapter 38, Verses 34-37:

34 Canst thou lift up thy voice to the clouds, that abundance of waters may cover thee?

35 Canst thou send lightnings, that they may go, and say unto thee, Here we are?

36 Who hath put wisdom in the inward parts? or who hath given understanding to the heart?

37 Who can number the clouds in wisdom? or who can stay the bottles of heaven,

GOD SAID that he has placed wisdom in man's inward parts.

MAN SAID that we evolved from a single-celled organism which came out of an explosion of nothing. He said that, there is no God; consequently, his so-called "holy book" has no relevance.

Now THE RECORD. Don't you find it astounding that all of the phenomenal wisdom and capabilities housed in our human bodies is reported by the pseudo-wise to simply have evolved? This statement will become even more absurd as you review this feature article.

Long, long before man began to understand the impact of the wisdom placed in his inward parts...God declared it.

Consider the infinite capabilities of the human brain. The following paragraphs are from the feature, "The Superhuman Brain," which is on this website:

There are at least 10 billion, perhaps as many as 100 billion, neurons (nerve cells) in your brain, each of which is connected to between 5,000 and 50,000 other neurons. Add it all up and you get at least 1014 or 100 trillion nerve cell connections in your head.

Michael Denton, in his book titled, Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, reports the following:

Altogether the total number of connections in the human brain approaches 1015 or a thousand million million. Numbers in the order of 1015 are of course completely beyond comprehension. Imagine an area about half the size of the USA (one million square miles) covered in a forest of trees containing ten thousand trees per square mile. If each tree contained one hundred thousand leaves the total number of leaves in the forest would be 1015, equivalent to the number of connections in the human brain.

Information theorist John Neumann once estimated that the memories stored in the human brain during an average lifetime would amount to approximately 2.8 X 1020 (or 28 with 19 zeroes after it) information bits.

What phenomenal computing and analyzing skills are in the human brain! God put wisdom in the inward parts.

Did God really put wisdom in our inward parts? Consider the following three paragraphs excerpted from the article "The Holy Ghost and Your Belly," on this website:

In December 1996 in the Ladies Home Journal, in an article titled, "How Smart is Your Stomach?," it was reported that scientists now believe there is a brain in your gut. Dr. J. D. Wood, chairman of the Physiology Department at Ohio State University, actually calls the brain in your gut, "the little brain." This belly brain is really quite large, touting 100 million neurons which line the digestive tract from the esophagus to the colon. The brain in the gut, which is scientifically termed the enteric nervous system, has as many neurons ( information centers) as the spinal cord. The following paragraph in the article reveals some very interesting observations:

The little brain is connected to the "big brain" by the vagus nerves, a bundle of nerve fibers running from the GI tract to the head. And, to the fascination of researchers, virtually all the classes of neurotransmitters found in the brain are also present in the gut. "The more we learn about the enteric nervous system, the more similar it seems to the brain," says Michael Gershon, M.D., chairman of anatomy and cell biology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, in New York City.

Imagine, your "belly brain"...the little brain...can know something before the brain between your ears does. The concept of gut feeling is known by all. A pediatrician was giving instruction to new parents in an article in Parenting Magazine and he said, "The best advice I can give you is to trust your gut. It's your best tool."

Wisdom in the inward parts.

As medical science continues to discover the intricacies of the human anatomy, the more awestruck it becomes. The following information is from a feature article on this website titled, "DNA, God's Holy Book."

Human DNA is approximately 6 feet long and so infinitely thin that it is estimated that all the human DNA in the world would fit into one single aspirin tablet. One gram of DNA molecules could hold as much information as can be contained on a trillion, that's a trillion, CDs. Only the infinite wisdom of God could create such a marvel of design, order and miniaturization.

Your DNA molecule is a 3.3 billion-letter book, equivalent to 900 Bibles. God's word states, "...and in thy book all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yet there was none of them." Every phenomenal instruction for the construction of your body, starting from a single invisible fertilized egg, is recorded in the DNA strand and that's before any of your body's members existed. They were all recorded in God's book.

In a multi-page feature in the publication called Science, the headline read, "Finally, the Book of Life and Instructions for Navigating It."

How's this for wisdom in the inward parts?

The brain is a literal pharmaceutical manufacturing plant and administering medical team all in one. It creates from the materials at hand a magnificent array of drugs and medications and automatically administers them when needed.

God put wisdom in the inward parts.

I found the following excerpt in an article written by Dr. R. D. Russell especially exciting. It reads as follows:

The cells in the mother's milk not only attack bacteria that may be harmful to the baby, but apparently they have the ability to produce antibodies that destroy bacteria and viruses as well. Evidently the infant who is exposed to infections and nurses from its mother, also produces changes in the mother's breast. Within hours the next milk contains antibodies and immunoglobins to protect the baby before the infant exhibits visible symptoms.

For more on this subject, click on to "Breast-Feeding" on this website.

Now consider the body's automatic thermostat, the automatic pumping heart, automatic lifesaving instincts, the automatic digestive system and the automatic coordination of all independent body parts and we will just begin to understand the wisdom of our inward parts.

GOD SAID that he placed wisdom in our inward parts.

MAN SAID that we evolved from a single celled organism that came out of an explosion of nothing. He said that, there is no God; consequently, his so-called "holy book" has no relevance.

Now you have THE RECORD.

 

References:

King James Bible

Denton, M., Evolution: A Theory in Crisis.

"How Smart is Your Stomach?" Ladies Home Journal, December 1996.

Taylor, P.S., Illustrated Origins Answer Book.

Pennisi, E., "Finally, the Book of Life and Instructions for Navigating It," Science, June 20, 2000.

Russell, R.D., "Design In Infant Nutrition," Impact, Institute for Creation Research, January, 1995.

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