Henry Gruver – testimony of Christian faith in Japan

Henry Gruver is a man to listen to – he has had many vision which have come to pass, and many insights into ministry which are worth your time to investigate. This video is not his usual topic – prayer walking and the remitting of sin – it is about Fukushima and the Christians there who have stayed, in spite of immense peril. Will you pray for these brave Christians today? This interview was conducted in 2012, and today the situation may be all the harder for them.

Henry’s testimony is all over Youtube, I will be posting more of him, I’m sure, but if you have time, please look him up – he’s an amazing man. God made him so. How would God use you today? Are you surrendered to Him so that He can?

God Bless you

Lis

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Interesting vaccination video

This video is a very useful one for showing how we’ve been misled over vaccinations and the immune system. It’s brought to you by the same team who do Dr Walter Veith’s videos, so be aware of the occasional reference to the SDA church – that doesn’t detract from the excellent information provided by direct quote from the original authors. This is information that we all ought to know.

God Bless you

Lis

Fasting inspiration

There’s something about certain foods which just calls out for us to fast from them from time to time. I’m talking about the biggies – the addictive ones:

  1. Sugar
  2. Cocoa and chocolate
  3. Coffee
  4. Tea
  5. Alcohol

What is it about them? Well ask yourself this: Do the rainforest pygmies crave cauliflowers? Do mountain-dwelling Tibetans import leeks? No, I’m sure they don’t – because those things aren’t addictive.

The British Empire built much of its wealth on the importation of foods which are addictive. I can understand importing dried fruits like raisins, but you don’t ever find yourself craving those. I can understand them importing tea – but the effect on the people was devastating. Tea replaced small beer in this country as it was introduced. Of course you might think this was good, but small beer was not only low in alcohol, it also contained a lot of nutrients. Tea actually leaches nutrients! It’s also full of fluoride (Link). The stimulant action of caffeine is very harmful to the body – there is nothing I can think of to recommend tea unless you are hyperthyroid.

chocolate

Cocoa and chocolate have become such staples that people rely on them daily in some cases – this sugary fatty food is only adding to our woes, because we eat it to feel good, yet it weakens our adrenal health and messes with our blood sugar. Making foods from scratch using cocoa is better, but even then you are more likely to eat more of them (as they will have more cocoa than a bar of milk chocolate, for instance) yet this adds to copper overload which is a major cause of illness today – producing a range of symptoms including hypothyroidism. (Link)

Alcohol is responsible for more illness, incidents and injuries than any other single cause.

“Alcohol abuse could be costing the UK up to £6 billion a year in NHS bills, premature death, losses to business and drink-related crimes and accidents, it was claimed today.

A study by the Royal College of Physicians said drink-related health problems could account for up to 12% of total NHS spending on hospitals, about £3 billion.

But campaigners said that with the estimated £3 billion lost through absenteeism, unemployment, premature deaths and alcohol-related crimes and accidents the total cost of excessive drinking is £6 billion.” (source)

Alcohol, interestingly, is one thing that almost every country has its own version of – from Russian vodka to French cognac and Spanish sherry. Yet we still import alcohol!

Coffee is also not good for you, although in moderation it is fine. It’s another food which we just have to have, even though we can’t grow it.

We have gone beyond the days of seasonality in food buying – most stores in the UK stock everything out of season flown from all over the world. It’s silly because the truly seasonal foods are something to look forward to. Yet we no longer get a craving for these things, because they are always available. Coffee and tea most people drink daily – have you ever heard anyone say they just can’t face coffee again because they’re bored with it? No!

I believe the devil has a hand in these foods – that really they might be medicines, but somehow they’ve become things we consume every day without a second thought.

Could you go without them? Maybe it’s time to best these foods – have a fast from one or more. If you’ve done this before, please share your story – leave a comment!

God Bless you

Lis

Eating God’s Way – an interesting interview with Dr Michael Lake

Dr Michael Lake is Mary Lou Lake’s husband, in case you were curious about that. He’s a theologian, and has written a book about the dietary laws, and why they are important. I’ve read a lot about this previously, and watched videos about it, but his perspective added quite a bit to what I knew, and it’s so worth your time.

God Bless you

Lis

Convenient ‘evidence’ implicates Russia – just in time for WWIII!

They’ve decided Russia was behind the shooting down of MH17. How handy! I mean Russia is blasting Isis, America is re-arming them against Russia, and don’t forget that the four angels who will be released from the Euphrates in the end times may well be in the bit of the Euphrates that crosses…. Syria.

Coincidence? I think not!

Russia implicatedShould we be surprised?

In case you didn’t know, MH 17 was much more than a downed plane, it was a psyop against you. The pristine passports found among the wreckage ought to be enough to get you questioning what is really going on. This report from James Corbett is vital viewing (warning: occasional graphic images).

God Bless you

Lis

Great interviews with Mary Lou Lake

Mary Lou Lake talks about mind control, witchcraft and what witches don’t want Christians to know (which is also the title of her book). This is a great interview.

If you enjoyed that and want to hear more I can highly recommend this other interview of hers as well – this one covers the pagan origin of Christmas as well as other themes explored previously.

God Bless you

Lis