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According to the World Health Organization, there are 30,000 identified diseases. Of these, 22,500 have no known cure or effective treatment. We live in the most technologically advanced age, yet we have never been more unhealthy. Even those in good health face constant misdirection.
Leaving no stone unturned, certified nutritional counselor, copastor, and TV host Laura Harris Smith helps you pursue healing and wellness for body, mind, and spirit both naturally and supernaturally. Both are necessary for a full, abundant life, and she equips you with the tools you need for the journey, including
· condition-specific healing prayers
· powerful declarations of faith and healing
· total-body-system blessings for the prevention of sickness
· delicious tailored menus for each body system
· how to troubleshoot stubborn ailments and recognize spiritual warfare
· how to confront any spiritual sickness–such as grudges, unforgiveness, or sin patterns–that block healing
· amazing, miraculous testimonies to build faith
· alphabetized illness index linking to correlating prayers to help you recover
Whether you are ready to experience a life-changing miracle, observe the gradual improvement of a body on the mend, or maintain the good health you have, healing will come. Here is your chance to get well soon!
No more dependence on cold medicines, prescription pills, and anti-depressants. With One-Minute Wellness, you will revitalize every area of your well-being. And the bonus fiction story uniquely illustrates the authors’ strategies at work in ordinary lives-a terrific motivator as you optimize your own life.
During his more than thirty years as a vascular surgeon, Richard Furman literally held clogged arteries and diseased hearts in his hands and wondered why the person lying on the table hadn’t been more careful. Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in America, and in most cases it is completely preventable. So why are we slowly destroying our bodies and killing ourselves? And what can we do to turn it around?
The good news is, simple, sustainable lifestyle changes can mean the difference between health and infirmity, between life and death. Putting his three decades of experience and education to work, Dr. Furman gives readers the strategies they need to live not just longer, but younger. This essential resource to health helps readers
-achieve and maintain their ideal weight
-reduce their risk for life-threatening diseases
-make exercise a natural part of their lives
-learn what foods to eat and what foods to avoid
It even shows how following the plan can not only eliminate heart disease, but also keep people safe from various cancers, dementia, diabetes, stroke, erectile dysfunction, and other age- and obesity-related problems.
Dr. Furman wants readers to realize that poor health during one’s “golden years” is not inevitable. It can and should be avoided at all cost. And with his expert advice, readers can live long, healthy, vibrant lives, enjoying time with friends and family instead of wasting it in doctors’ offices and hospitals.
Be faithful in your giving and God will reward you financially. It’s not always stated that blatantly but the promises of the Prosperity Gospel–or the name-it-and-claim-it gospel, the health-and-wealth gospel, the word of faith movement, or positive confession theology–are false. Yet its message permeates the preaching of well-known Christian leaders: Joyce Meyer, T. D. Jakes, Joel Osteen, Creflo Dollar, Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, and many more.
The appeal of this teaching crosses racial, gender, denominational, and international boundaries. Why are otherwise faithful Christians so easily led astray? Because the Prosperity Gospel contains a grain of biblical truth, greatly distorted.
For anyone who knows that Prosperity Gospel theology is wrong but has trouble articulating and refuting the finer points, this concise edition contains all the robust arguments of the hard-hitting original edition in a shorter, more accessible form.
“The Pill” is the popular term for more than forty different commercially available oral contraceptives. In medicine, they are commonly referred to as BCPs (birth control pills) or OCs (oral contraceptives). They are also called “Combination Pills,” because they contain a combination of estrogen and progestin.
The Pill is used by over twelve million American women each year. Across the globe it is used by over one hundred million. The question of whether it causes abortions has direct bearing on untold millions of Christians, many of them prolife, who use and recommend it. For those who believe God is the Creator of each person and the giver and taker of human life, this is a question with profound moral implications.
Does the Birth Control Pill Cause Abortions? is the 10th Edition, revised in 2011, complete with endorsements from 12 physicians.