Once upon a time God created the world, a beautiful world... He made the seasons and provided us with the endless cycle of seedtime and harvest time. Like God said at the time of creation: it was good. This system of sowing seeds and reaping harvests was working well, allowing humans to grow various crops that were beneficial to their health and in harmony with their environment. And it went on for thousands of years, until one day... man invented genetic engineering!...
Living in Health
Do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own?
(1 Corinthians 6:19)
In this day and age, our health is not something we can take for granted. Living in health is something that has to be actively pursued as the typical western lifestyle does not promote good health.
God has given us the ability and the responsibility to look after His Temple, which is our body. He has provided us with everything we need to live a healthy life. Outlined in the Bible are easy principles we can follow that are beneficial to our health.
We may desire to serve the Lord and respond to His calling for our lives, but if our bodies are not fit enough, if we lack energy and if we constantly get sick, it will be harder for us to be efficient in our service. He wants to satisfy us with a long and fulfilled life, but we do have a part to play in this. When we sow towards our health, we will definitely reap a healthy harvest.
Yes, you read this title well! The herb that I would like to talk about today has been shown to be able to literally stop heart attacks within 30 seconds when ingested!
This amazing herb also has numerous other health benefits, from toothache remedy, digestive aid to possibly killing cancer cells... And as it is a herb, it is also perfectly natural and has no dangerous side effect - contrary to modern medicines/drugs. Have you guessed it yet?
To the question "Is there a cure for cancer?", the answer according to most people would be something like "Not yet, but research is getting closer to finding a cure every day" or "We hope to finally have a cure available to end cancer within the next five, ten or maybe twenty years..."
This is also what I used to believe... Until very recently. I found out that there isn't one cure out there for cancer, but in fact there are many cures already available today.
For many, water is just a boring, tasteless drink that they would rather exchange for the more sweet and sophisticated drinks out there. But, on average, the human body is made up of about 60% water - and over 70% for the brain and heart. This makes water by far the most abundant element of the body.
If water makes up so much of the body, could it be that drinking it is actually good for us? Could a lack of it cause problems?