With all the advertising of drugs on the television these days, it’s apparent that many people are overwhelmed with chronic health challenges rarely encountered by previous generations. What are some of the positive things we can do about the situation?
Ephesians 5:29 tells us: “For no one ever hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it, just as the Lord does the church.”
The Bible has a lot of practical advice about how to nourish and care for our physical bodies. From the look of things in our modern society one might get the idea that sickness is normal, but many of us are discovering all sorts of breakthroughs that are anything but normal.
Pursuing Wellness: Are we treating our body like a Palace? Discoveries are being made today that may be unknown to many Americans simply because their limited knowledge is misguided by popular culture.
Diet: If a person truly desires to live well and avoid chronic disease, what must he determine to do about his food choices?
Inflammation: How common is the problem of inflammatory disease in our society today and what must we personally do about it?
OPCs: We’ve heard a lot about antioxidants and free radicals in the last decade. Is it possible we can take actions that can decrease our risks of the major causes of disease and death like cancer and cardio vascular problems?
The irony of living in an age of so much advancement in technology is the reality that so many people are so ignorant about so many truly important things that would positively benefit their lives.
An ancient Roman leader, Marcus Aurelius wrote: “The opinion of 10,000 men is of no value if none of them know anything about the subject.”
How should Christians who say they trust God to heal them but still suffer all sorts of problems in their health appropriately react to the many discoveries being made?
What can be done to reduce one’s risk to succumbing to these unseen challenges to our wellness?
The ‘journey to wellness’ is filled with surprising beneficial discoveries for one who is diligently pursuing the truth and willing to ‘prove all things.’