Friday, April 24, 2015

Amazingly Made

Once again I am intrigued by the intricacies of the human body. Yesterday I had an eye exam. Today, they take a picture of the inside of your eye rather than dilate which takes away all the dilation discomfort. This allows for at least two things: pictures they can compare year to year and your getting to see the inside of your own eye.

There on the screen were two orange circles. Just off center in each were red circles from which emanated darker orange lines, the veins taking blood to and from the red circles which indicate really good blow flow and therefore no macular degeneration. Incredible.

Thousands of years before such views of the inside of the body were possible, the Psalmist noted that we are wonderfully and awesomely made. Indeed we are and we continue to find new ways to look into our own bodies and heal or support what is happening there. I have such gratitude for the blessings of knowledge which invented this equipment to support the blessing of our bodies.

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