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Three days ago, Melissa DeGeso-Jones of Florida donated a kidney to her husband, James Jones. The surgeon who performed the procedure said, "Melissa is making the rest of us look bad. Most of us buy an expensive box of candy and call it a day, but this girl is just something phenomenal." James agrees: "It's one of those things where I'll continue to reciprocate this for the rest of my life, because you'll never be able to give her anything that's going to be able to match life."
"(I'm) giving as much love as I have," Melissa told an Orlando television station before the surgery. "It's completely from my heart. James has said things to me about it being a huge sacrifice, and I said, 'It's not; it's an investment. This is our life. It's not just your life that I'm giving to. There can't be an 'us' without it.'"
Now this should give you a series of video, the first one about Valentine's day should get by with a "G" rating, then videos on chocolate, finally the last video about Valentine's day which is more of "PG" rating. In fact, there's a PG rating at the beginning video, so make your own mind up about them. Interesting in that St. Valentine would have gotten married, if he wasn't executed before hand. Bet You Didn't Know: Valentine's Day Video - History of Valentine‚Äôs Day - HISTORY.com
Christopher000 wrote: As a born again Christian, I've always wondered if it was okay for us to give away body parts and exchange blood. I've always felt inside like something was wrong with it. Can anybody tell me what the Bible says or what the born again churches stance on this is?
I can imagine some of the comments, but here is my two mites. The medical procedures we use today were unheard of in Biblical times. There is however an admonition that as we have opportunity to do good, let us do that to all men, especially to those who are the household of faith. I would think that this falls under that Biblical principle.
As a born again Christian, I've always wondered if it was okay for us to give away body parts and exchange blood. I've always felt inside like something was wrong with it. Can anybody tell me what the Bible says or what the born again churches stance on this is?