When God, or your higher divinity, created you, he provided you with everything you physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally needed to endure life. Today I want to focus on the significance of the physical aspect of the body, preferably the skeletal system known as bones. I want to educate you about the roles and functions of bones and how it can apply it to your life. There are 206 bones in the body and each one serves an important role. The skeletal system’s main function is to provide movement, support, protection, storage, and blood cell production.
Starting in the order listed above, it’s obvious that bones provide movement because they are connected to skeletal muscle which allows you to jump, walk, run, bend or extend a limb, turn your head, speak, eat, and etc. Your body was created to constantly be moving forward in life to achieve great things. Sometimes in order for you to move forward, it may require you to take a leap of faith. It will require you to walk in authority and in your divine purpose. It will require you to run away from temptation, negative people, and negative energy. It will require you to bend down in order to duck and dodge the haters; and at times you may have to extend a hand and tell them “Not today!” It will require you to lift up your head and use your mouth to cry out for help or speak life and healing upon yourself. Therefore, keep moving!
Tune in for Part 2 tomorrow.