Originally posted by PatriotAct
reply to post by webpirate
I had a problem with my sciatic nerve and unlike my friend who cured theirs through surgery I completely fixed it with my proposed method. Just to clarify oreganol comes as an oil in a bottle it's good stuff.
" I have no where else to turn."
"The medical industry is no longer to be trusted. We have a Medical Inquisition. The Rockefellers took it over way back and warped a lot of it. Our doctors are brainwashed. The Rockefellers are dedicated to population reduction and are using the medical industry to do it."
"In the Church of Modern Medicine, no one is excluded from the sacrifice. There's plenty to be afraid of. The God that resides in the Temple of Modern Medicine is Death. The doctors are priests, the birth certificate is the baptismal certificate, toxic silver nitrate applied to the eyes at birth is baptism, the nurses are inquisitors, etc. Research is the prayer of the religion of Modern Medicine."
“I do not believe in Modern Medicine. I am a medical heretic. I believe that Modern Medicine’s treatments for disease . . . are more dangerous than the diseases they are designed to treat. I believe that more than ninety percent of Modern Medicine could disappear from the face of the earth – doctors, hospitals, drugs, and equipment – and the effect on our health would be immediate and beneficial . .
"Confessions of a Medical Heretic" Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, (pp. ix-xi-xv) Source
Medicine has become a religion (WATCH this video!)
Dr. Mendelsohn knew what he was describing. He had been a devoted medical priest and had watched the Inquisitors for years, as he was well acquainted with the Jesuits at Loyola University in Chicago while a professor in the School of Medicine at the University of Illinois. He later became a most eloquent and undefeated champion in exposing the crimes of modern medicine. His opponents in debate would not even make an appearance.
The life and message of Robert Mendelsohn was hated by the Jesuits’ Medical Inquisition controlled by the AMA, ADA and FDA through the New York Cardinal’s Council on Foreign Relations. Clearly this “perfidious Jew” was believable! Therefore, one day in good health at the age of sixty-three, payback time had arrived for this “obstinate heretic.” He suddenly died, a victim of “the poison cup” at the hand of another Vatican Assassin, “invisible until his stroke was felt.” I do not believe in Modern Medicine
"Just look at us. Everything is backwards; everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the major media destroy information, and religions destroy spirituality." Michael Ellner
Originally posted by mutatismutandis
reply to post by lambs to lions
Deep down, I know there really isn't a whole lot I can do
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The Gift of Working of Miracles
I've visited a lot of churches, all kinds of them across the country, and as a whole, the church knows less about the gift of the working of miracles than any other gift of the Holy Spirit. This is the gift the church is most ignorant of. To tell the truth, they're pretty ignorant of all of them. I hate to have to say that, but they are. Old line denominational churches are ignorant on all of them. God has a gift that is given to the church called the working of miracles.
What is working of miracles?
Well, there are a lot of different kinds of miracles, but it's a power gift, where power from God is sent from heaven down to earth to do something that's beyond the natural, beyond the natural thinking of a man. When this gift operates, God's power is sent to earth and manifests itself to do something that you won't understand.That's the reason it's so hard to believe.When God performs a miracle, a supernatural miracle, it's so hard for a natural human being to believe it. So the church doesn't go into it that deeply.
The average church I've been into, most pentecostal churches I mean, believe in tongues and interpretation in public assembly, but they don't know anything about miracles to speak of. As far as I know, and as far as I can see inside of the church world, the gift of working of miracles is the gift that the church is most ignorant of. Most full gospel people have a pretty good ministry in healing.
They believe in miracles for healing, where a healing requires a miracle. They can believe that pretty well. But I've got news for you my brothers and sisters. When God says He has a gift for the Church called working of miracles, He means WORKING OF MIRACLES. He'll work a miracle for you any way you need it, not just in the healing line.He'll work a miracle for you on Tuesday afternoon while you're downtown if you'll believe that. God's power will come and perform a miracle when it's impossible to do it. That kind of power is available for the believer. But you have to believe it.
The Gift of Working of Miracles
Originally posted by savageheart
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Originally posted by kat2684
reply to post by webpirate
I hope the OP wife becomes better, but I agree with you.
The cyst has to be removed. If the chances are great, that she will be fine, then its worth it. I couldn't think of a natural way of ridding it, and I don't particularly like surgery either, but if it keeps her from being paralyzed, then do it.edit on 24-6-2012 by kat2684 because: Oooops hit quote instead of edit