In order for a fountain to cleanse, the contents of the fountain must be absolutely clean and pure. But how could that be possible since Jesus was born of a human mother?

Amazing Medical Proof for the Purity of Jesus’ Blood 

In order for a fountain to cleanse, the contents of the fountain must be absolutely clean and pure.

But how could that be possible since Jesus was born of a human mother?

Here is the fascinating truth of how God provided for Jesus’ blood to be pure.

We know and understand that in the human reproduction process, the egg of a woman is fertilized by the sperm of a man.  The blood and its reproduction capability originates from the man.  At conception, chemicals are produced in the uterus of the woman and a pouch-like organ is formed called the placenta.  The fetus is connected to the placenta through the umbilical cord, which has tubes in it for incoming and outgoing blood.  The fetus is separated from the mother’s blood by the epithelial layers of the chorionic villae.

The circulation of the blood begins in the fertilized egg, which is called the embryo.  The blood of the fetus (baby) remains separate from the mother.  The food and waste material that are interchanged between the baby and the mother pass through the blood vessel walls from one circulation system to the other.  The unborn baby does not receive its nourishment and oxygen from the mother’s blood directly, but rather through the placenta.

The unborn baby’s fetal heart pumps blood through the arteries of the umbilical cord into the placental vessels, which are imbedded in the uterine tissue.  This procedure permits a diffusion of waste products through the placental walls from the child to the mother.  It also permits nourishment and oxygen to flow through these walls from the mother to the child.  This process is called osmosis.  There is no mingling of the two blood streams.  In other words, none of the mother’s blood flows to the baby, and there is no fetal blood flow to the mother.

Therefore, it is a medically supported fact that although the baby Jesus gestated in the womb of Mary, none of her blood mixed with His.  Since Jesus had no human biological father (He was conceived by the Holy Spirit), His blood was absolutely and altogether pure!