• This website contains affiliate links, which helps me support my family at no additional cost to you. Thank you for supporting this site in this way. See my full disclosure policy in the resources section.

Laminin – God’s Always Holding Us Together

PhotobucketSometimes God shows us something so amazing that we want to run out and tell everyone! This is one of those days.  Thank you Louie Giglio!  Do you see this cross here?

It is called laminin.

It is the cell protein that holds our bodies together.

On the days you feel abandoned or you just can’t see God in it, think about this.

Your body is being held up every single day, every second of the day, by microscopic crosses. God’s holding you up even when you can’t see Him!  Even when you don’t even know Him!
For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.  Psalm 139:13


7 Comments

  1. How totally amazing! I love this! Never knew. God is so amazing. He is a divine CREATOR. My heart continues to be full knowing how intricately we are fashioned.
    Connie Pilston Shoemaker recently posted..Erosion of the heart

  2. This is awesome… thank you for sharing!! 🙂

  3. Hi Mel:

    I love it when science review God creation even in the microscopic form. There is nothing infinitely too big or too small where God does not leave His finger print behind.

    Paul
    Paul Cheng recently posted..Trailing after God

  4. Wow! That is amazing!! I love thinking about that…. SO COOL!
    Thanks for stopping by and saying HI on my blog. Nice to “meet” you!
    Dawn recently posted..The Flag Page- Discover Your Child’s Heart

  5. Glad you enjoyed the video. I just loved it! Gave me a bit of the ‘scientific proof’ I’d been looking for when I watched it.
    Mom recently posted..13- LUCKY OR UNLUCKY

  6. Isn’t that the most awesome thing? I wrote on this some time ago but it amazes me every time I read about it. Thanks for stirring up my *awe* pot today!

  7. What great knowledge to know that my body is a miracle! Awesome! Thanks for sharing.

Comments are closed