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Psalms 139:14 "I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well."

With all the modern technology; extensive on-going research and the increase of knowledge,  the complexity of the human body cannot be fully understood by mere morals, such as us.  Our minds are finite, therefore, we are subjected to limited understanding. All of the separate organs or parts of the human body work in tandem, (together) in order to produce a single complex, whole unit. When we consider the intricate design and function of the four-chambered heart and the circulatory system, we are left in awe of the unmatched wisdom of our Infinite God, who created and fashioned us in His image. The heart contracts and pumps the oxygenated blood, and together with the circulatory system, the blood supply involuntarily moves around the body.

The brain causes our hearts to beat; it enables us to breathe without thinking; and it gives us the ability to think; to dream; to remember and to use our five senses. Can we fully comprehend the functions of the brain and the heart ?  No!

Our verse of focus states that we are fearfully and wonderfully made. What was the Psalmist's response, when he considered the amazing mechanism (the human body) that God has designed and still maintains? David exclaimed, "I will praise Him."

Like the Psalmist David, we need to praise God for His creative power. We need to honour and worship Him for beautiful bodies that He has blessed us with. As long as there is breath in our bodies, we need to praise God. 

Praise Him for food; give glory to Him for health and exalt Him for all that He has provided for us. The best and most fitting way to praise God is to live a life that glorifies Him. A life that acknowledges Him as our Creator.  Today, each of us can make the choice to live the life that pleases God.

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