Why Did God Choose Adams Rib to make the Woman? By Simon Brown.
Did you know the ribs are the only bones in our body that can actually grow back as strong as the original bone! Not only do our ribs act like a cage to protect our heart and lungs, but our amazing ribs are the only bones in our body that can regenerate themselves.And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man. Genesis 2:22 King James Version (KJV)
From my research, I found something quite fascinating.In other words, that will grow back a new rib providing the rib is removed properly by leaving the membrane intact.Regeneration of the bone takes approximately two to three months and will be as strong as the original rib.In fact, Thoracic ''chest'' surgeons and doctors know this. They have learned to carefully remove a rib and use it to rebuild or replace things like,
damaged jaw bones and eye sockets on the patient to get their face reconstructed.
Most of us know that when we break our ribs, the doctor leaves it because he knows it will grow back and repair itself.
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Whereas other bones have to be put in plaster.Copyright ©2013 iStockphoto LP.
Since God made us, He already knew that Adam would not miss a rib and could still lead a normal life while his rib was growing back to normal.Now we can understand why God chose to use one of Adam's ribs to make Eve. The woman.Why Is the woman called ''Woman''?
"And Adam said, this is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man." Genesis 2:23 King James Version (KJV)There were several terms for the "man" and "woman." The original word for man means "humans." As does man for male, and woman for female. Just as "wereman" and "wifman," which then fell out of use and became "wifman," which evolved into the word "woman." The term "she-man," was used at one time because she was taken out of man: her name was "Ishah," because taken from "Ish," as "vira" in Latin from "vir," and "woman," in our language, from "man."
"Woman" has become the term most used because she came out of the womb of the man. Many use the phrase "Adam's Rib," which describes the woman because she was taken out of a man. Because of this, it also makes her human.
We can clearly see how the words "woman," "humans," "wireman," "wifman," "she-man," "womb-man," are all related and connected to the first ''man'' Adam. Genesis 2:23 "...because she was taken out of Man."
1 Corinthians 11:8 (KJV)
For the man is not of the woman: but the woman of the man.
Join me again, when we will discover, human bones are completely different to animals, and ape bones.
I am Simon Brown.Thank you for reading this article.I pray it has strengthened and encouraged you, as it has me.