Adventist Online the cellular level

Information the cellular level

This is a group, based on what we know as members about the human body, that is obliged to show how uniquely designed we are as humans. You don't have to be a biologist, or scientist to discuss information here. Come join us as we explore the body.

Members: 78
Latest Activity: Jun 11, 2014

Discussion Forum

Sabbath Keeping Bees in Brazil! 1 Reply

Started by Blessings. Last reply by Ruth-Ann Brown Nov 11, 2010.

What the Health Organizations Are Predicting about the Global Health Crisis 6 Replies

Started by Bobby. Last reply by MURRAY J or Uncle Murray Sep 11, 2010.

Sweating Blood 2 Replies

Started by aaron. Last reply by MURRAY J or Uncle Murray Sep 11, 2010.

Comment Wall


You need to be a member of the cellular level to add comments!

Comment by Traveler on August 31, 2013 at 4:25pm

@Bobby - Hi, Bobby.  Thank you for your interest in History Buff.  History Buff, my wife, died from her illness in June 2011.

Comment by Bobby on February 26, 2012 at 9:13pm

@ History Buff...If you're interested I can arrange with you to help you speed up your recovery. By the way what is your status of late?

Comment by MURRAY J or Uncle Murray on September 10, 2010 at 11:17pm
I hope you continue to learn RUTHIE and that the learning process makes a decisive change as we learn more about the wonders of how Marvelous Gods creation and design is for each individual too. Sabbath Peace!
Comment by Ruth-Ann Brown on September 3, 2010 at 6:51pm
Hi everyone, I'm new to this group. I just started studying medical technology at university and I'm eager to share as well as learn about the complexity of the body God has given us!
Comment by History Buff on June 4, 2010 at 10:25pm
I never really knew the depth of complexity of the human body on the cellular level until I received devastating injury on the cellular level. My cells no longer performed the complex functions very well, those functions we don't think about. When the mitochondria stop performing the way they ought, and when you do not have the immune defenses for the toxins that are everywhere, you rather abruptly find out just how much your cells accomplish and how toxic the world is. My cellular injury was caused by pesticide exposure. It has thoroughly ruined me. Yet God has been giving me comfort measures and helping me through a nightmare. He has taught me how to follow him as my cells are as though blind to invaders. He has delighted in taking opportunity to use my injury to provide in miraclulous ways to demonstrate himself on an experiential level. He has taught me how to be utterly and wholly dependent upon him. He is healing me through cellular level detox treatment but it is very rough. I have to depend upon him with all my might when my brain feels like it is completely out of control for the various toxins coming back out. I have learned at least much of the time to cry out to God when screaming in pain. Crying out to God in a screaming prayer when that's the best I can give...that's something that gives me a real love for God that he would hear my screaming prayer and help me through each crisis. Praise be to God that he can help us love him more and more.

I think that I should never stop marveling at the complexity and order of God's creation. And if I should have to be injured, then I should thank God for the things he teaches me through the injury.
Comment by Kulas on May 27, 2010 at 12:51am
Cell theory states that the cell is the fundamental unit of life, and that all living things are composed of one or more cells or the secreted products of those cells (e.g. shells). All cells arise from other cells through cell division. In multicellular organisms, every cell in the organism's body derives ultimately from a single cell in a fertilized egg. The cell is also considered to be the basic unit in many pathological processes. Additionally, the phenomenon of energy flow occurs in cells in processes that are part of the function known as metabolism. Finally, cells contain hereditary information (DNA) which is passed from cell to cell during cell division.
Comment by Bobby on June 6, 2009 at 8:44pm
Did you all know that there are certain nutrients that can help cancer cells to commit suicide? These nutrients literally cause the cancer cells to self destruct. Is it any wonder why Hippocrates said "let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food"?

I have posted a video featuring one such nutritional juice called Tre that possesses quite a few powerful anti-oxidants with the properties, and the ability to cause cancer cells to self destruct.
Comment by Bobby on May 22, 2009 at 7:22am
Once again thanks guys for your comments. I have posted some videos that I believe you will find interesting. Please check my members page. I am a member of an international health company called GNLD that caters to health at the cellular level.

I personally have seen people who have been diagnosed with terminal diseases who have been restored to normal health because of the approach taken to heal the cells of our bodies.

We simply take three basic approaches to cellular health, and these include:

1. Feeding the cells by improving their membrane structure...

2. Balancing their biochemistry with the use of essential fatty acids..

3. Protecting the cell membrane and cytoplasmic contents with powerful anti-oxidant phyto-nutrients...

The video called Pro Vitality provides all that information in a nutshell.

Comment by sky on April 29, 2009 at 6:19pm
lthis topic is not generating much discussion or too many commentaries,,, too bad, it is such a wonderful subject. There is so much to be said about it.

Comment by sky on April 29, 2009 at 6:15pm
Take a cell that is resting, for instance, a white corpuscle in the blood. It is round like a drop of jelly. In a moment it changes its form, and starts off to travel. It has no feet to travel with, but it makes a foot, and with the foot it pushes itself along until it has travelled quite a distance. Now this cell gets hungry and wants something to eat. It has no mouth so it makes a mouth on the spot; it makes a little indentation in the side of its body, putting out one lip, and then another, and thus forms a mouth, and then takes in a bit of chlorophyll or protoplasm. But it has no stomach; how is it going to digest it? It makes a stomach. All that is necessary is to get that speck of food inside, and it will digest it, because it is all stomach; it is all mouth; it is all feet; it is all brain; it is all nerves; it is all everything. It is one of those little ultimate specks of life complete in itself. It is nothing but a speck of transparent jelly, yet it has in it everything that is in the most complex animal form!

In the body we find an association of individual cells gathered together to do business in harmony. Just as in a community of several men there are some who are computer technicians, some carpenters, some electricians, some bakers and cooks, some common labourers, a few doctors, a few preachers, and other people, and each one has his office to perform.

Each cell is independent of all the rest, just as each man in a community is independent. You can not see the individual cells with the naked eye, but through the microscope you can see, in a drop of blood about five millions of these cells. A process is continually going on in these cells. The protoplasm in these cells grows and changes; it is found in very curious forms and shapes. It divides up into little pieces of just the same length and shapes; then these little pieces all split from end to end. After they split, they separate; half of them turn one way and half the other way, and go to the other end of the cell. Then the whole mass begins to break, and shortly afterward it splits in two, and then we have two cells instead of one.

That is the way the cells multiply, and that is the way the human body grows. You can see the whole thing going on through the microscope; you can see them moving along in just the same order as a company of well-trained soldiers, keeping perfect time, marching and countermarching. When we see all these little cells marching along in such perfect order, we feel that we can almost hear the divine voice speaking to these particles, issuing orders to them. We can see there is a divine Intelligence there, who is certainly directing every movement! This thing can not happen by itself!

“The physical organism is under the supervision of God; but it is not like a clock, which is set in operation, and must go of itself. The heart beats, pulse succeeds pulse, breath follows breath, but the entire being is under the supervision of God.” E.G. White, Selected Messages, Vol.1, p.294.

Members (76)


Site Sponsors


Adventist Single?
Meet other Single
Adventists here:
Join Free

USA members:

Support AO by
using this link:


© 2019   Created by Clark P.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service