Since you can't go to Church we are offering this eBook for only .99 cents, FREE to Kindle Unlimited at: ( http://thebaldwinstories.wix.com/author-blog ) DO YOU EVER WONDER why we are living on the third rock from the sun? Do you know how we got here? With all of the chatter, noise and educational opinions about life out there in the world, are you somewhat confused or just not sure what you believe? Do you have doubt, confusion, even some depression, or know someone who is trying to keep from drowning in fear. Maybe you personally know someone who just needs to “Get Grounded” in reality? This book will clear the fog and bring you into the light.
The aorta - excellently constructed
The aorta is a much more complex "tube" than scientists once thought. At first glance, the aortic arch may look like the curved handle of an umbrella. But this description is not quite correct. In fact, the aortic arch is not just two-dimensionally curved, but has a three-dimensional curvature that is more like a semicircular piece of a spring. On a flat surface, one end of the semicircle would point upwards.
Why is it constructed in this way? This causes the blood not to simply flow through the aortic arch like water in a river bend, but to swirl the blood in two spirals. On the inner side of a river bend, the water flows more slowly, which allows sediments to settle. On the outside of the bend, however, the water flows faster and can even erode the river bank. In the aorta, dangerous sediments could be formed due to different flow velocities of the blood on the inner side of the bend. However, since the blood in the aorta is swirled in a spiral shape and thus its inner wall is flushed more evenly, this danger is less.
The aorta is really excellently constructed. With good reason, the Bible book of Psalms says, "I [am] made wonderful in a fearsome way" (Psalm 139:14).
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A good soldier is loyal. He defends the people he loves and what is important to him with all his strength. Paul urged Timothy to develop godliness, that is, to be loyal to God (1Ti 4:7). The deeper our love for God and our devotion to Him, the greater our desire to hold fast to the truth (1Ti 4:8-10; 6:6).