Posts filed under ‘Healthy Living’

Closing the Circle

This morning, my wife and I made our breakfast as we always do: two fresh eggs from our chickens, half an avocado, two pieces of bacon, goat cheese, spinach leaves and some fruit. As we gave thanks, I was again grateful for the fact that we have food on our table. It’s very important to consider all of the things God has provided and I’ve noticed when I focus too much on what Klaus or his buddies are attempting to do, it can easily sweep all the blessings off the table.

Continue Reading February 22, 2022 at 12:11 PM 3 comments

War on Democracy and Public Health

I fully realize that many will reject Kennedy’s claims, even though they are well-documented. It stands to reason that this would happen because of many things today; cognitive dissonance, confirmation bias and other things work within every person to keep our own views protected and help us to defend against those views we do not like.

Continue Reading December 23, 2021 at 2:37 PM 3 comments

My Bout with COVID

As I write this, it is December 1 and I can honestly say I’m over most of it. My smell has returned for the most part though it’s not 100% yet. My cough is not nearly as persistent as it was and the congestion is nearly gone. Of course, added to this illness is my annual bout with molds in the environment due to allergies so that doesn’t help either.

If I were to categorize COVID for me, I’d have to say it’s worse than a cold, but not as bad as the flu. I never felt that I needed to stay in bed. I never even got close to the point of going to the hospital and in general, though the symptoms were somewhat annoying, I was able to carry on with my life and do the things that I needed to do.

Continue Reading December 1, 2021 at 12:23 PM 10 comments

CV Jab Religious Exemptions?

While the Bible does not directly speak of vaccinations, there are actual principles that the Bible does speak to, which can easily be adopted to specific situations without doing damage to the integrity of the biblical text. I will reserve my comments in this article to biblical text, though I could easily invoke numerous amendments of the US Constitution.

Continue Reading November 9, 2021 at 2:42 PM 5 comments

Psalm 37: The Lord Laughs

King Ahab is a perfect example of the way evil people see the righteous. They hate us with a bold, nearly uncontrollable hatred. They gnash their teeth at us because they have aligned themselves against God and in doing so, have partnered with Satan and his demons and that is how those supernatural beings react to the righteous. It is a deep, deep hatred and if they had their way, they would not only set upon us and destroy our physical lives, but they would drag us to hell with them. Fortunately, they can only do the first part if God allows and they will never be able to fulfill the second part. When we die, we die in victory, immediately to be in our Lord’s Presence forever and ever.

Continue Reading October 21, 2021 at 3:59 PM 1 comment

Going Down?

How can God spare a nation that has wandered so far away from the moral fiber it once had? How can God ignore the continued sin that is piled up along with the constant mocking of God? How can the United States not fall under God’s condemnation for the USA’s continued movement away from God that has defined the USA for too many decades? How can God look aside and not notice the level of debauchery and sin that has so gripped America? What some think is God’s “absence” is the same “grace” that kept God from judging Israel for so long, yet eventually, His judgment did fall.

Continue Reading September 3, 2021 at 1:35 PM 1 comment

Leaked Contract Tells Sad Story of Pfizer’s Dominance

I find it fascinating that decades ago, when news traveled very slowly, Orson Wells’ “War of the Worlds” radio broadcast was accepted as absolute truth at the time by many people. All they had was radio and their neighbors. People panicked and some even committed suicide from what I’ve read. Since news traveled so slowly, it took time for folks to realize the broadcast was simply theater. Behavior “scientists” studied the effects of that broadcast to determine how people react to fear-driven narratives.

Continue Reading August 11, 2021 at 5:25 PM 1 comment

Discerning the Times: Easy to Fail

How many times have I not seen that key in Scripture; the “fear of the LORD”? Here it is again. Fear the LORD. Could it be any plainer? We know that children often love their parents and are loved by those parents. However, there is an element of fear in that relationship that often works to keep children from being rebellious or recalcitrant. As I’ve noted before, it is a fear based on a bit of self-preservation for not wanting to come under a parent’s disciplinary action. As children grow into adults, this often refines itself so that adult children fear causing their parents grief or sadness.

Continue Reading May 11, 2021 at 12:05 PM 4 comments

Are We There?

Over the past week or so, I’ve pretty much stopped going to social networks. It’s always the same repeatedly. I’d rather ignore what’s there and just concentrate on what God is doing. If I am learning to fear Him, then I must be willing to let go of those things of this world that keep me bound to frustration, worry and concern.

I honestly believe that as we separate from the Babylon system, we will be honoring Him and what we do in secret will be rewarded openly and that includes a greater awareness of Him and His work in and through us.

Will you join me in praying for each other that we will learn to offer Him our sacrifice of fear that leads to obedience?

Continue Reading April 12, 2021 at 2:10 PM 5 comments

Discerning the Times: CV-19, Robots and More!

I want to end this on a solid up note. A man in China suffered from what is known as ankylosing spondylitis, a condition where inflammatory arthritis affects the spine and large joints. Ultimately, this means that a person’s bones are fused together. In this case, the young man’s body folded in half. He spent the last 28 years in a folded position. I realize this is not the “up” part of the story. The actual “up” part is what doctors were able to do for the man after four grueling surgeries that could’ve resulted in the man’s death in each case.

Continue Reading March 24, 2021 at 1:03 PM 13 comments

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