"He is before all things, and in him all things hold together." --Colossians 1:17
Read: Colossians 1
To imagine God carefully knitting our souls together is, well, tough to imagine. It's easier to picture Him forming mountains than it is to see him fashioning hearts. But nothing in all creation was created with more care. Compared to you, Everest is a mole hill and the Sahara is a single grain of sand. Are the heavens amazing? Absolutely. Does the earth pronounce His splendor? Without a doubt. But only you and I were sown up with one distinguishing trait and something no star above can claim: choice.
And much like an artist puts a signature on his work, God signed us. That's right. In our very cells, God made His mark. But first, remember those goosebumps we talked about earlier this week? I think He made them for times like this. Pictured here is the actual structure of the protein molecule that binds all of our cells together: Scientists call it laminin, but let's just call it love.
Question: Isn't it amazing how we're held together? From Heaven down to earth, it's all about the Cross. What will you do today to protect what protects you?
WEEK IN REVIEW Revisiting a week's worth of faith- and fitness-building
You, He Knitted: After spraying the cosmos with galaxies, He gave you goosebumps
Here I Am To Worship: Lower bodyfat and stronger muscles are just byproducts of obedience
Can't Be Silent: Let your body be the music in the song of creation
What Do You See, Lord?: What can He see in you that you can't see in yourself?
(Laminin source: Louie Giglio's "How Great is Our God")