The Kidneys and the Ears

What do your kidneys have to with listening or hearing from God? Enjoy this insightful post from my friend and fellow author/blogger Bonnie Manning. (:

Tekoa Manning

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For thou hast possessed my kidneys: thou hast covered me in my mother’s womb.” Psalm 139:13 JB. “I shall bless Lord Jehovah who counsels me and my kidneys teach me in the nights.” Psalm 16:7 AB.

 I’m five or six years old and it hurts to breathe. I’m feverish. The doctor puts his stethoscope on my chest and tells me to take deep breath’s, which is difficult. He removes his lighted earpiece and looks deep into my ear canal. He asked me if my ears hurt. I answer in shallow rasps. As he peers, he says something to me that today seems humorous. He says, “What have you been planting in there, corn or potatoes?” I sink down and become embarrassed that I have dirty ears. Forget that I’m dying. Not really, but you get the gist of the situation.

I was ashamed that I…

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6 thoughts on “The Kidneys and the Ears

  1. Tikvah Duesters

    I have read in scientific medical journals that the first thing to develop in a fetus is the kidney and that the very last thing in a person’s body that dies, even after the stopping of the breathing, is the kidneys.

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  2. I have read in scientific medical journals that the very first thing to develop in the fetus is the kidney tissue/kidney and that the very last thing to die in the human body, even after the breathing has stopped, are the kidneys.

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  3. cdconley49@gmail.com

    Thank you.

    Sent from my iPhone

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  4. Ronke Ariyo

    We are wonderfully and fearfully made! Praise God Almighty.

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