The complexity of the initial Enzymatic and Metabolic network of the first living cells ( progenote/LUCA ) demonstrates the requirent of a intelligent , powerful Creator
So the only two mechanisms that remain to explain its origin is chance/luck/self organisation, or physical necessity. We know of intelligence being able to construct electric circuits all the time.
We do not know of lucky accidents with the same capacity. We can infer therefore confidently, that the metabolic network to create the first living cell was designed.
The Enzymatic and Metabolic Capabilities of Early Life
We reconstruct a representative metabolic network that may reflect the core metabolism of early life forms. Our results show that ten enzyme functions, four hydrolases, three transferases, one oxidoreductase, one lyase, and one ligase, are determined by metaconsensus to be present at least as late as the last universal common ancestor. Subnetworks within central metabolic processes related to sugar and starch metabolism, amino acid biosynthesis, phospholipid metabolism, and CoA biosynthesis, have high frequencies of these enzyme functions.