Category Archives: Love

Doctor Speaks of Vaccine Risk to Children

Reported in the Epoch Times Newspaper: Doctor Speaks of Vaccine Risk to Children. Doctors and scientists in the know, the ones who know the most about the development of the vaxx so very mandated, warn against giving to children.

Please see this site. Other posts there. Please check out the credentials of the doctor(s) speaking. Notice lack of self-interest.  They are doing what they are doing from motives of good. When doctors like this speak out against vaxxing children, they risk their practice, their friendship network,  their peace a tax time, and possibly even their family’s safety. They are speaking up, contrary to their good, for yours. Don’t just assume this vax is an immunization. Don’t assume that it is safe. Don’t assume it is safe at all for children.

Then please share. Even the most simple, most widely known facts, that could keep people alive in this time are strongly suppressed, not just by the conventional news media and the major tech platforms, but even by the little guys like Next Door. Look, folks, this is serious. It is like we are in a communist country, where anything but the self-serving lies of the elite are vigorously squash. And like a dystopian novel, where the system wants to kill off the majority of the planet. Look, it hangs together. Lots of evidence. It is such so strange it is hard to believe. But once you put the story together, not only do you see more and more evidence now, but you begin to see the sad situations of the past make more sense.

It is not a pretty story. For that reason, some don’t want to look. But, please, do save your kids. Then, turn to Jesus. Jesus the King of Love is also victor. Wickedness will fall. It is a good time to have faith. I recommend doing one’s assignment, rather than spending overmuch time with eschatology/study of the end times. Know your Bible, for sure, but the most important part is that God loves you and yours — and then your response to show forth that love. Family first and then whatever other assignment.

Love and blessings!  Happy Thanksgiving.

comment added 1/11/22

Dr. Malone warns against v*cc!nxting children.






Victory for a Child who “Cant Speak”

Recently, I saw a prayer request for a little guy who cant speak, and besides praying, I realized that I had not shared our family’s victory with this issue. I had 3 grandsons who “couldn’t” speak. Let me tell you about them, and about another little gal. It should give you ideas and some hope and faith for any child of yours who “cant speak.”

Also, along the way, I mentioned diet. I took my grandson off milk, so he could hear. Here is a link to Dr. Melillo’s Disconnected Kids, to his book on diet, and to a search on the Fiengold diet. The Fiengold diet is an elimination diet that people use to find out what foods are irritating their children. Consequently, it is thought of as a diet for allergies or ADD, but the same logic works for any problem. Experimenting, you know… like science. LOL You have to laugh these days. People are so stirred up and angry about things they know nothing about. When this Fiengold diet came out, like in the 70s, lots of people spoke against it. It certainly has stood the test of time. You use it to find out what is bothering your child. If you already know, of course, it is a lot of trouble.

Like I said, your situation might not be exactly like any that I shared, but the stories will give you a place to start, some ideas, and surely some hope & faith. And that is where everything starts.

Praying in the Prodigals

Nearly every family has one — or several. Too often, feeling alone, we have lost the heart to pray for them. It is high time we link arms and pray together. Today we are doing just that. Using Isaiah 43:6 as our promise, we pray in confidence that the prodigals will be brought back. In fact, while we are at it, let’s make the enemy pay for the theft of our children with the return of their whole generation into the kingdom.

Keys to Love

As we prepare for our yearly celebration of Passover and Resurrection Day, let us consider how to love.

Recently, in a conversation with some other women, there was a difference of opinion. I said we needed to learn how to love. Indeed, that had been an agreement in the group. We were studying the Bible, presumably to learn how to be …. better, right? Another said, oh, no, she knew how to love. She had been talking over me. She was very much squirming in her chair. She had come ready to fight me. Because I was ready to pray for her to be healed… which she had asked for. Others opinions range in between, confused — or silent.

Let me ask you, do we really know how to love? Do we always love our family, even? Are all our children taken care of? What about our cousins? What about the kids down the block? Are our duties always fulfilled? At work? At church? In civic affairs? Do we love wisely… or are we sometimes enablers? Do we agree with sin that hurts our friends and call it love? Or can we speak the truth in love? If we don’t speak the truth, is that love? If we love only our family, or are generous with our family or only those who can pay us back — is that love? Or is that self-love? If we “give back” is that sacrificial love like Jesus? Or only self-promotion? In our supposed philanthrophy, so we really help?

Jesus is our example of self giving love. Did he always make people happy? Obviously not! Lots of religious people and rulers had “Jesus Derangement Syndrome.” Okay, so some of you now are jumping up and down. Yes, he ate with sinners. Did he tell them it was just fine to keep on sinning? No, surely not. Did people know and see how much he loved them? Did everyone get healed? All who asked, but lots of folks in Nazareth didn’t get healed because… of unbelief. I guess they didn’t ask. But some did, and they got healed. Do people today know and see how much he is trying to give them? No.

We have a lot to learn about love. We have some to learn about how to receive the large load of love that God would give. We surely have a lot to learn about how to love more perfectly. To be perfect is to be loving… See Matthew 5:48.

During this time of preparation, let’s do some soul searching. Let’s even talk with our children about how to be more loving. How does that look in the family? in the workplace? At church? In civic life? Then see if there are some activities you might do with your children. Then reflect with them. For instance, is that political rally you are going to … motivated by love? Try it out. Then reflect efterwards. IS that church group singing at the old folks home motivated by love? How could we make it more so? How about their relationships with their friends. Have they offered love? Are they loving wisely? Because it wouldn’t be good for your child, on pretense of love, to go and do something bad with their friend, right? That wouldn’t be love. Truth and love go together.