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  1. We all fell for a lot of medical deception in our lost lives. Maybe even some in our saved lives. I always had issues with the prayer list at my Independent Fundamental Baptist churches where it would have all the medical issues and "prayers for wisdom for the doctors." I always thought I was alone on this until now. Other than an occasional visit to see some sleeping brethren we do not attend these Babel Buildings anymore.
  2. Katherine was right about giving birth at home and staying out of hospitals.
  3. If you have unexplained pain or strange symptoms with no known cause I recommend looking into books by John Sarno. He was an MD that went against conventional medical protocol. In his books he quotes from Sickmind Freud a lot but I found his theories helpful.
  4. Send it in an email blast out to everyone you know. Use the BBC tab so they can't all see who else got it.
  5. Since doctors are, to lost people, the modern day equivalent of the Levitical Priesthood to ancient Biblical Israel, it may help to use their own high priests on them. Like the pagans of old they will prefer some of the gods over others though.
  6. If it wasn't this it may have been some of the same people involved. Simone Gold has been active in stopping this nonsense.
  7. We saw this months ago. It was very good. I tried to use it on lost relatives and one said, "Not all doctors will agree..." or some such nonsense. That means they only listen to the ones "in authority" like raspy-voiced Jesuit "Faust." What good sheeple they are.
  8. When his disciples heard it, they were exceedingly amazed, saying, Who then can be saved? But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible. -Matthew 19: 25-26 Everybody is different but as long as they are living I would believe there is hope.
  9. When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. 1 Corinthians 13:11 So, you backslid a little. Repent, take the kidney shot and press on, Brother.
  10. Our bodies (made in the image of the God) have ways of recovering once we remove what doesn't need to be there and give them what they were actually designed to have. What exactly are you struggling with right now?
  11. My grandmother had Alzheimer's 20 years ago and passed. She was lost, as far as I know. I was lost too at the time and I didn't know her very well. All of my grandparents are deceased and were lost. It wasn't too hard for me because I hardly knew them. I was close to my parents but that was it. Other relatives not so much. You would think reaching the end of their lives would make lost people wonder where they are going. It must be the multitude of pharmaceutical drugs they are given that make them numb to it. I pray you can reach them in time.
  12. I'm not sure. Use your best judgement. If it is something that needs to be out of your life, the Lord will prune it out for you eventually.
  13. I am not sure if you are a man or woman. I am a man. If you are a man then get away from there and never work alone with (lost) women! If you are a woman than I also recommend doing what Piper LT said above. Don't stand for being treated like that, regardless.
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