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dyowviees:

FACE ON # 3. In awe, do worship!
Do we praise God just because we want to or because His works are  indeed magnificent? Reflect. Know this: In worshiping, our God looks at  our hearts and not to the words that we utter nor with the actions that  we do. He knows us. That’s why, let’s have a heart that worships, not a heart who minds.  Be in awe of what He has done, how beautiful His creations are, how  much He showed His love to you, how much He want you to understand Him  and love Him. Our God is an awesome God. Agree? Want to Reply? :)

dyowviees:

FACE ON # 3. In awe, do worship!

Do we praise God just because we want to or because His works are indeed magnificent? Reflect. Know this: In worshiping, our God looks at our hearts and not to the words that we utter nor with the actions that we do. He knows us. That’s why, let’s have a heart that worships, not a heart who minds. Be in awe of what He has done, how beautiful His creations are, how much He showed His love to you, how much He want you to understand Him and love Him. Our God is an awesome God.

Agree? Want to Reply? :)

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staceythinx:

Some incredible high speed photography by Daniel Nimmervoll 

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“This control of longevity is independent of the type described previously in yeast which had to do with calorie restriction,” Boeke says. “We believe that for the first time, we have a biochemical route to youth and aging that has nothing to do with diet.” The chemical variation, known as acetylation because it adds an acetyl group to an existing molecule, is a kind of “decoration” that goes on and off a protein — in this case, the protein Sip2 — much like an ornament can be put on and taken off a Christmas tree, Boeke says. Acetylation can profoundly change protein function in order to help an organism or system adapt quickly to its environment. Until now, acetylation had not been directly implicated in the aging pathway, so this is an all-new role and potential target for prevention or treatment strategies, the researchers say. (via Scientists turn on fountain of youth in yeast)

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“This control of longevity is independent of the type described previously in yeast which had to do with calorie restriction,” Boeke says. “We believe that for the first time, we have a biochemical route to youth and aging that has nothing to do with diet.” The chemical variation, known as acetylation because it adds an acetyl group to an existing molecule, is a kind of “decoration” that goes on and off a protein — in this case, the protein Sip2 — much like an ornament can be put on and taken off a Christmas tree, Boeke says. Acetylation can profoundly change protein function in order to help an organism or system adapt quickly to its environment. Until now, acetylation had not been directly implicated in the aging pathway, so this is an all-new role and potential target for prevention or treatment strategies, the researchers say. (via Scientists turn on fountain of youth in yeast)

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“Surprisingly little has been known about H2S biochemistry and physiology in common bacteria” said Dr. Nudler. “We are excited about the potential impact this research may have on the growing problem of microbial resistance. These findings suggest a conceptually new approach, an adjuvant therapy that targets bacterial gas defenses and thus increases the efficacy of many clinically used antibiotics.” More specifically, the study showed that integrated mechanism of H2S-mediated protection against oxidative stress also protects against antibiotics. The research provides direct support for the emerging concept of the pro-oxidative action of many antibiotics. (via Targeting bacterial gas defenses allow for increased efficacy of numerous antibiotics)

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“Surprisingly little has been known about H2S biochemistry and physiology in common bacteria” said Dr. Nudler. “We are excited about the potential impact this research may have on the growing problem of microbial resistance. These findings suggest a conceptually new approach, an adjuvant therapy that targets bacterial gas defenses and thus increases the efficacy of many clinically used antibiotics.” More specifically, the study showed that integrated mechanism of H2S-mediated protection against oxidative stress also protects against antibiotics. The research provides direct support for the emerging concept of the pro-oxidative action of many antibiotics. (via Targeting bacterial gas defenses allow for increased efficacy of numerous antibiotics)