Seeing is beleiving. This is the living blood of Christ.
"Ronald Eldon Wyatt (1933 – August 4, 1999) was an adventurer and former nurse anaesthetist noted for advocating the Durupınar site as the site of Noah's Ark, among other Bible-related pseudoarchaeology. His claims were dismissed by scientists, historians, biblical scholars, and even by leaders in his own Seventh-day Adventist Church, but his work continues to have a following among some fundamentalists and evangelicals.
From 1977 until his death in 1999 he made over one hundred trips to the Middle East, his interests widening to take in a wide variety of references from the Old and New Testaments." Wikipedia
"Ron passed away on August 4, 1999. Before he died he asked the Lord to take him if his being present would in any way hinder the dispersion of what he was led to discover. All who knew him with one accord say that he was the most humble of men, never taking any credit for what he had done, always giving God the credit. He had a single focus, that of following where God led him. His burning desire was to reach out and share with people to bring them to a knowledge of God."
Q. Are you going to test again to make sure the substance was blood?
A. We tested it to make sure it was blood. It is unique blood. I will quickly state this, I know that there are some doctors here, and nurses, and people who are familiar with blood. All of us have 46 chromosomes, unless we have Downs Syndrome. Christ had 24. Each parent supplies 23 chromosomes to a new infant--all right, Christ got 23 from His mother, He got one from His Father, and it was a Y, which made Him a male. He got it not from an earthly Father, or He would have had 46 like the rest of us.
When the test results will be shown, nobody will be able to honestly doubt, that this is indeed the blood of God's Son. That is why He says that this is His Testimony of His Son. It is His proof to this world. [It bears repeating that the blood analysis is the only hard scientific, tangible, physical evidence that Jesus actually was crucified, died and shed His blood as Scripture says. There is no greater proof that can be given.]
Q. What about the cells?
A. White blood cells. And you are saying how can you test a dead white blood cell for chromosome count? His blood is not dead. When put in a growth medium the cells divided and reconstituted themselves. If that doesn't blow your socks off, I don't know what will.
Q. Are you in possession of this blood?
Q. Do you have this second video available now?
A. I will share it with people who I can trust, when I am told to by one of the four angels that are guarding the Ark of the Covenant, when to release it and to whom. Because I can't tell, people can fool me, I'm not that clever.
Read more Q & A http://www.arkdiscovery.com/talk_1-9-99.htm
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