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The Life Is In The Blood
THE CHEMISTRY OF THE BLOOD
THE CHEMISTRY OF THE BLOOD
Moreover ye shall eat no manner of blood, whether it be of fowl or of beast, in any of your
dwellings. Whatsoever soul it be that eateth any manner of blood, even that soul shall be cut
off from his people (Leviticus 7:26, 27).
The Bible is a Book of blood and a bloody Book. When we are accused of preaching a
Gospel of blood we gladly plead guilty to the charge, for the only thing that gives life to our
teaching and power to the Word of God is the fact that it is the blood which is the very life
and power of the Gospel. The Bible declares itself to be a “living” Book, the only living
Book in the world; and it is able to impart life to those who will believe with their hearts
what it teaches. In Hebrews 4 we read these words:
The word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword (Hebrews
The word translated “quick” in this verse is “LIVING” or “ALIVE.” The Word of God is a
living Word, wholly distinct from all other books for just one reason, namely, that it contains blood circulating through every page and in every verse. From Genesis to Revelation we see the stream of blood which imparts to this Book the very life of God. Without the blood the Bible would be like any other book and of no more value, for the Bible plainly teaches that the life is in the blood. As we begin this message on the blood, therefore, we must begin with one fundamental principle found in the Bible. This fundamental principle is given in Leviticus 17 and reads as follows:
For the life of the flesh is in the blood: and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an
atonement for your souls: For it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul
This same inspired principle is repeated in the fourteenth verse where we read again:
For it [the blood] is the life of all flesh; the blood of it is for the life thereof… (Leviticus
Life, that mysterious something which scientists have never yet been able to define or
fathom, is said by God to be in the blood of the flesh, so that there can be no life without the
blood. Although this is true of all flesh, we are mainly interested in the human blood and
particularly in the blood of the Man Christ Jesus because in His blood was not only life as we
think of it physically, but eternal life as well.
BLOOD OF JESUS CHRIST EXTRA REFERENCES:
- Life is in the Blood – 10 June 2016, Anno Domini
- The Chemistry Of The Blood “Sermon One” – Martin R. DeHaan, M.D. (1891-1965)
- The Chemistry Of The Blood “The life Is In The Blood” – Google Books
Download as PDF –> DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS 218:213–234 (2000)
The laminins are a family of glycoproteins that provide an integral part of the structural scaffolding of basement membranes in almost every animal tissue. Each laminin is a heterotrimer assembled from α, β, and γ chain subunits, secreted and incorporated into cell-associated extracellular matrices. The laminins can self-assemble, bind to other matrix macromolecules, and have unique and shared cell interactions mediated by integrins, dystroglycan, and other receptors. Through these interactions, laminins critically contribute to cell differentiation, cell shape and movement, maintenance of tissue phenotypes, and promotion of tissue survival. Recent advances in the characterization of genetic disruptions in humans, mice, nematodes and flies have revealed developmental roles for the different laminin subunits in diverse cell types, affecting differentiation from blastocyst formation to the post-natal period. These genetic defects have challenged some of the previous concepts about basement membranes and have shed new light on the diversity and complexity of laminin functions as well as established the molecular basis of several human diseases. Dev Dyn;218:213–234. © 2000 Wiley-Liss, Inc.
Your life is a miracle, and the Creator of the universe knows you by name. He’s big enough to breathe out stars, yet intricate enough to fashion together the trillions of cells that make up every facet of who you are. The God who spoke the universe into existence made you, too, and knows everything about you. From the smallest molecule to the situation you find yourself in right now, He’s aware of your circumstances and intimately acquainted with everything you do. And He cares about you and promises to carry you through.
That’s where we find hope in the midst of the darkest places in life. The journey is often complicated and painful, filled with confusion and chaos. Yet, the cross of Christ reveals God’s promise to preserve and restore you no matter what the circumstance. He will hold onto you and hold you together, giving strength to those who hope in His unfailing love.
He is the everlasting God!
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