Medical carousel, 2nd edition

“Cancer didn’t bring me to my knees, it brought me to my feet.” Michael Douglas

Cancer… What an incredible industry, diving deep into the pockets of many who get this diagnosis dropped on them. Not only does it threaten to steal your life but also your livelihood and everything you have known and loved but also every penny you have. Your life! Your life is perceived to be in jeopardy because of this invisible, faceless monster. Or is it?

I lost my grandpa to the treatment of cancer. Not cancer, the barbaric treatment of it. My other grandpa, one of the most respectable men I have ever known, died of leukemia, among other things that plagued his ever weak immune system. A former class mate, many other friends of friends, spouses of friends, the list goes on. Young or old, the odds are said to be stacked against us.

My husband was diagnosed with cancer in November of 2018. They had already decided he had cancer before he walked out the door the day they did a biopsy. We bit our nails for over a week before they called with results. The worst diagnosis was given, cancer. It isn’t metastasized and it’s considered stage 3. My reaction was, no. Not no because I was in denial but no because I refused to receive his diagnosis. Not in our home. Consultations with radiation therapists and chemo personal and a surgeon followed. We went to see our beloved chiropractor and dropped the bomb on her. She suggested we watch some documentaries, The truth about cancer. So we found them on YouTube and within 20 minutes, we both looked at each other with tears in our eyes, praising God because we found the answer that we were looking for. Alternative treatment. We continued on watching the series and even later ordered it. We both knew the conventional route wasn’t the way to go. Shocking as it is, that it is even still considered medicine, knowing that in the Hippocratic oath, it says to do no harm. Why then is chemo bio-hazardous and it gets injected into the body of a cancer patient? My biggest take away from the Truth about cancer series was when they said; when you have an ant problem in your house, you address the ants. You don’t put napalm on your house to extinguish them. Chemo is like napalm in your body, it wipes out everything!

Our search continued, it had to. We visited a clinic in Tijuana, Mexico, where my husband received better care and treatment for his diagnosis than he did here in the States. The first thing the doctor told him was; cancer does nothing, it just sits there. Either you feed it or your starve it. This was a far cry from the pressure the doctors put on us to get in for chemo; surgery and radiation. We have come to the realization that my husband has had cancer for years. A growth the size he had does not develop over night. His body just reached a tipping point where he went into acidosis. We found another Doctor here in the states who speaks on some incredibly revolutionary stuff! Lymphatic fluid and how it is the garbage removal system of the body. How often do you hear conventional doctors talk about lymph and the movement of it and how vital it is to your health? Not at all.

When you go to the doctor, they typically take your blood. Yes, there are many tests with blood that can be revealing. But do you want to know what is scary? My husband had blood work done with his regular practitioner, the doctor called him to go over his results. The doctor said, your blood work looks fantastic, I give you an A+. Here’s the scary part, that phone call was less than a week before his biopsy results came back. There was no sign of this so called cancer in his blood work! I am not trying to scare you my friends, I am simply trying to convey to you how important it is to educate yourselves! They don’t call medicine, “practicing medicine” for nothing. It is not an exact science. It is not a cure all. And there certainly is zero preventative medicine that is taught that is effective. This is one rabbit hole that you want to travel down, without going here, that 1 in 2 people statistic may be you or someone you love.

So, now you’re wondering, what am I supposed to do? Where do I begin? How do I prevent this from happening to myself or a loved one? Research. The real information isn’t on well trod paths. It is hidden.

“It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, But the glory of kings is to search out a matter.” Proverbs 25:2

Papa left us the answers. He foresaw “cancer.” He had everything prepared for the people who would search out a matter. It isn’t chemo or radiation or surgery (in most cases) He left us with all the seed bearing plants that grow from the ground. I’m going to speak more about our species specific diet at another point because this post would be much, much too long if I included it here. But there were some very specific reasons He told us what to eat. It wasn’t because He’s a mean Dad that doesn’t want us to have any fun and enjoy what we are eating. It is because diving outside of our diet, our specific diet, has rocketed us into a world of medical issues that are too many to name. Man’s solution has been cutting the problem out through surgery, medicating us with prescription pills that eliminate the symptom but never (EVER) address the root cause or using napalm. None of these 3 are an appropriate solution. Sadly, symptoms are our check engine light, without them, we wouldn’t know anything is wrong. If you cut the wires for that light and keep on driving (which is what prescriptions or surgery does) one day the car is just going to quit on you and unfortunately, so will your body. Always address the root of the problem, not the symptom.

There is a way to restore the body, by using it’s built in immune system, which is the way to recover and protect yourself from everything. Not shots, nor pills or surgery or napalm. Your immune system. Give your body what it needs and was built for and watch it glorify God because of what He designed it to do. We were designed by the greatest designer there ever was and is, Papa. I am just so impressed by Him, I truly am.

Here is a list below of some things you can read/watch/follow to get you started. Don’t be afraid. Cancer doesn’t have to be a death sentence. A quick word about my husband, zero conventional treatment, not even the surgery that they said he absolutely needed. At his last scans, the imaging revealed that his tumor had shrunk. I promise I won’t send you anywhere that will tell you to stand on your head and drink pickle juice to get rid of your cancer. The list I will include will both educate and empower you. My husband and I have become sponges, sucking up every bit of truth so we can put it into practice in our home and also share with it other bewildered people who have had this diagnosis laid on them. God bless every single one of you!

Documentaries: Fed up; What the Health, Forks over knives, Bought, The truth about cancer, Fat Sick and nearly dead. I posted the movie trailers for those that weren’t available on YouTube, Most of these are available on Prime or Netflix.

Dr. Robert Morse. www.rawfigs.com

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Supernatural love

“But in knowing and loving God, I am released to a measure of supernatural love that is unattainable apart from God.” Bill Johnson

Our little family circle has a wealth or challenges. Challenges that someone who is superhuman could manage and endure. I am well aware of my short comings as a mere human, so every day I look to the Lord for my strength. There are days I think I have it handled and run out ahead of Him, I am quickly reminded that He is the only one who is equipped to put the fires out. Fortunately, those days are getting to be fewer and further between because I think my stubborn butt is getting around to realizing that trying to take a short cut winds up turning into a long road.

Put your hand on your chest. You feel that? That’s a gift. We wouldn’t have a heartbeat if it weren’t for Him. Why on earth would I ever think I could love others effectively without His supernatural ability working within me?

Agape love is what we are called to, it is a persistent, unconditional kind of love. It is the highest form of love. It is the love of God for man and of man for God. (source Wikipedia) I love that part of the description above, persistent and unconditional. Unconditional of course literally means; without condition. Conditions being those walls and limitations I have been referring to in prior posts.

I will share with one of my favorite stories about Jesus showing agape love to a man. When Jesus came down from the mountainside, large crowds followed him. A man with leprosy came and knelt before him and said, “Lord, if you are willing, you can make me clean.” Jesus reached out his hand and touched the man. “I am willing,” he said. “Be clean!” Immediately he was cleansed of his leprosy. Then Jesus said to him, “See that you don’t tell anyone. But go, show yourself to the priest and offer the gift Moses commanded, as a testimony to them.” Matthew 8:1-4

A leper was an outcast, or was cast out of a community for being “unclean.” It was a slow and painful death, where the victim was littered with sores all over their body. If for any reason a leper left their camp and were to walk anywhere near where everyone else frequented, they had to yell “unclean” as they approached other people. I can’t imagine how lonely it was to be this kind of outcast but also humiliating. This man, whoever he was, was someones son; possibly someones husband or father and friend. But he was sent away because of a medical condition. He was likely missing the sensation of physical touch, affection even. Jesus touched him to make him well. But instead of Jesus becoming unclean (which was believed to happen in that day) Jesus made the man clean. So, Jesus in a simple act of loving this man, fulfilled many things he desperately needed. The need of physical touch; love, acknowledgement, acceptance, restoration and willingness. These are just a handful of the things that jump out at me. This is supernatural love!

I have not touched a leper and seen them made clean but I have the opportunity to love and serve my family every single day, outside of my ability. Because the demand on me, is far outside of my ability. I am not a doctor or nurse but I am called to be one every day. I am not a chef but I am called to be one. I don’t have the capacity to keep track of the hundreds of things I need to on a daily basis but I know the Holy Spirit will prompt me. In every day and in everything I do, I know where my strength and ability comes from. I am the mother of a child who physically relies on me for her movement. I am a small woman whose back is in terrible shape but the Lord upholds me every single day. Agape love begins at home. It is possible because I am willing. If I say I can’t do it some days, it is because I won’t, I have allowed myself to become unwilling.

“If you want to change the world, go home and love your family.” Mother Teresa

Love those around you without condition or motive. Just love them where they are at. Love them even if they can’t repay you. Love them the way Christ loves us. You can’t lose. Even if they don’t love you back, you don’t lose. Because getting them to reciprocate love isn’t the objective. Love others as though you have never been hurt, love them openly and unafraid. Because perfect love casts out all fear and perfect love is only found at it’s source, Papa.

It was Good Friday today. Today we think on the ultimate sacrifice, Jesus having paid the highest price, hanging on a cross for all. He didn’t just die for those who believe, He died for all, no exceptions. The Roman soldiers who spit on Him and laughed at Him, He died for them too. The lepers; the addicts, the outcasts, the poor, the rich, everyone. Jesus knew His Father and knew the Father’s heart, Jesus knew where His strength and ability to love came from. Jesus was the exact representation of the Father. Apart from God, we do not have the ability to loves others in this way. We get in the way of loving in such a grand way.

It doesn’t matter if you don’t agree with the other person or you don’t hold the same values or belief systems. Love them. It doesn’t matter if the person even likes you, love them. Love covers over a multitude of sins.

I hope this has blessed someone today and possibly challenged you too. We are called to be a light in this world, not rule book keepers. Just love people, they will see Christ in you.