Vital Organs Really Are Vital
Vital organs are, by definition, absolutely necessary.
In other words, if you’re missing a vital organ, there’s a good chance you’re missing the rest of your life. And if that’s vitally important to you, read on…
Have you ever noticed how all species appear on the scene fully developed? Does it matter to you? I think it should, but maybe that’s just me. Anyway…
you never find a partially developed species…in the fossil records, or anywhere else on the planet for that matter.
Imagine if a lizard was evolving into a bird. The poor lizard would have to endure some considerable hardships while its legs developed into wings. In fact, how fit would the lizard be to survive if it was hobbling around on a leg that hadn’t evolved into a fully developed wing yet? If you ask me (and I realize you didn’t), the lizard would be a sitting duck for predators…so to speak. Please don’t quote me as saying a lizard is a duck.
And that example is just a leg. Humans and animals can survive without a leg or legs. So that makes them not vital to life. But vital organs really are vital. That’s why they’re called that.
Fortunately you were designed with all your vital organs…fully developed and ready for about 75 years (on average) of non-stop use. You’re an awesome feat of engineering…not merely a random string of events. You didn’t evolve, and you don’t have to evolve into anything better. Your designer loves you just the way you are.
In Faith, Hope, and Love”