I thought it might be time to post some things that have helped me in my health journey so far in hopes that it may help someone else out there.
Right up front, I want to praise the Lord for showing me that HE is my life, and His Word is the Source of ALL truth. That said, Proverbs 11:14 states that, “ Where no counsel is, the people fall: but in the multitude of counselors there is safety.”
With that in mind, here are a few avenues of counsel God has or is choosing to use in my life.
First, here’s something I haven’t experienced yet but, since it’s coming up quickly, I wanted to tell you about it.
At the Truth About Cancer Ultimate Live Symposium, many respected health experts will speak on how to avoid and overcome cancer and other diseases. We’ll get to hear from Dr. Mercola – Mike Adams – Dr. Burzynski – Dr. Josh Axe – Sayer Ji – Dr. Andrew Wakefield – Dr. Jonathan Wright – Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy – Jordan Rubin – G. Edward Griffin – Jeffrey Smith – Dr. Robert Scott Bell – Ocean Robbins – And more.
If you’re like me, you want to be as knowledgeable as possible and this is sure to be extremely informative. I’m expecting it to be encouraging and inspiring as well!
Live streaming begins this Friday, October 14th and concludes on Sunday evening.
Second, one of the speakers is Dr. Patrick Quillin. I did read his best-selling book, Beating Cancer With Nutrition, and would recommend it to anyone. This guy knows his stuff and the book contains lots of great information. You can get it here: Beating Cancer with Nutrition (Fourth Edition) Rev
Third, it so happens that another speaker is Chris Wark. He is not a doctor but a cancer survivor. He’s also a Christian, which is awesome. His website, ChrisBeatCancer.com is one of the first ones I discovered after my diagnosis and it’s full of resources and encouraging survivor stories. Here’s the link if you want to check it out.
I don’t want this post to get too long so I’ll do some follow ups in the near future on this subject. I’ll also keep adding things to my Resource Page.
Meanwhile, here’s one thing I’ve learned. There’s a TON of opinions and info out there so I have to just pray and ask the Holy Spirit to help me discern what has merit and what doesn’t.
I encourage you to do the same. There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to healing. But, as we look to the Lord for help, He will guide us to do what we need to do.
By the way, please feel free to share this if you think it might help someone you know.
Also, leave a comment below if you have some advice, tips or resources of your own you’d like to share.