”…There are 206 bones in the adult human body (22 in the skull, 26 in one foot, 3 in each ankle, 27 in one hand, 8 in each wrist, and 7 in the neck among the other bones in our bodies). The actual bones are not all that make up the skeleton. There are also a network of tendons, ligaments, and cartilage that connect the bones and help in the function of the skeleton. Besides movement, our skeletal system has other functions that we rarely think about unless your job or education causes you to. The functions of the skeletal system are to support the body, facilitate movement, protect the internal organs, store and release minerals and fat, and produce blood cells. Are Paul’s words in Romans 12 beginning to form a real picture in your mind?…”
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