Help Yourself to Health

Non-serious Illnesses, Pt. 4

Three Angels Broadcasting Network

Program transcript

Participants: Agatha Thrash (Host), Don Miller, Justina Thomas


Series Code: HYTH

Program Code: HYTH000187

00:01 Physicians should be teachers.
00:04 In fact, that's what the word means.
00:05 "Doctor" means a teacher.
00:08 And I'm very happy that I can be both a doctor and a teacher.
00:12 It's such a privilege to teach a person how to take care of
00:16 this most marvelous of ALL machinery... the human body.
00:20 So I hope you will stay with us, and I hope you will
00:22 learn something.
00:43 Welcome to "Help Yourself to Health"
00:45 with Dr. Agatha Thrash of Uchee Pines Institute
00:49 And now, here's your host, Dr. Thrash
00:53 Now it's true that the physician should be a teacher,
00:57 but it's also true that the patient should be a learner!
01:01 And it's the responsibility of the patient to learn how
01:05 to take care of this body temple.
01:07 It's a most MARVELOUS mechanism.
01:10 The person will never have about his self, about his home
01:13 all the equipment that he has, vehicles,
01:18 motorized equipment, computers, whatever the person might have
01:22 NOTHING even approaches the complexity of the human body.
01:28 Now as we study the human body, we come to know
01:31 about some of the marvels of the human body.
01:34 It's made up of millions of small units,
01:38 each of which is a miracle!
01:40 Sometimes I tell my evolutionists friends
01:44 that they don't have alveoli in their lungs,
01:48 or they don't have nephrons in their kidneys,
01:50 or they don't even have teeth...
01:53 because in my estimation, it would have taken
01:55 another 25 billion years just to work out teeth
02:00 And the evolutionists' estimate isn't but about
02:05 4.5 billion that this earth has been in existence.
02:09 So I know they couldn't possibly have those
02:11 precious things of equipment that our Creator made for us.
02:15 And turned it out before He ever put us in charge
02:18 of the human body.
02:20 Let's just study the human tooth for a moment.
02:22 The tooth is not just a solid bridge of bone
02:28 across the upper and the lower parts of the jaws,
02:30 but are built of individual units.
02:35 So that if something happens to one, you've still got
02:38 maybe 31 left.
02:40 And, if something happens to another,
02:42 you've still got 30 left...
02:44 And that's plenty adequate to do one's chewing.
02:47 A lot of people lose their wisdom teeth early in life
02:50 because they don't come in in the correct place,
02:54 or they point in a wrong direction.
02:57 Sometimes, a wisdom tooth will point at the tooth
03:00 that's right next to it, and cause an erosion
03:03 in that tooth which eventually makes a cavity,
03:07 which then forms an abscess, and the person loses 2 teeth;
03:13 a wisdom tooth, and the tooth next to it.
03:16 So, we lose 4 teeth immediately, but we still have enough to
03:21 do plenty of chewing... that's not a problem!
03:24 But as we go through life, sometimes people lose
03:28 another tooth here, and another tooth there
03:30 So finally they're just snaggletoothed
03:33 and don't have enough teeth left to be able to chew properly
03:38 The amount of chewing that we do, to some degree,
03:42 determines how long we're going to live.
03:44 And, therefore, when we have a toothache,
03:47 immediately, we are concerned.
03:49 Am I going to lose that tooth that I have the toothache in?
03:53 So let's talk just a little bit how you can understand
03:57 about a toothache.
03:58 When a toothache comes, it's often a sudden pain
04:02 in the tooth, or it may, at times, develop
04:06 over a number of days, or even weeks,
04:09 so that you feel a little tenderness in the tooth,
04:11 or when you drink something that's cold, a tooth
04:16 or more than one tooth hurts...
04:19 Or when you eat something sweet, that tooth hurts.
04:23 If cold and sweets are the things that make the tooth
04:29 have pain, then it's probably just a carious tooth
04:33 that just requires that you get a filling, or a replacement
04:37 of an existing filling.
04:39 Now if you understand that about sweet and cold,
04:44 and the superficiality of that kind of pain,
04:49 then you're prepared to understand what kind of
04:52 infection or involvement of the tooth
04:56 could involve the pulp itself.
04:59 Now the pulp is the place where the nerve is located
05:02 and if it's heat that causes your pain,
05:07 then the pulp is probably involved with it
05:11 and you can make a diagnosis of a more serious
05:14 tooth involvement.
05:15 Such a tooth is going to require specialized care from a dentist
05:20 most of the time.
05:21 But, there are some things that you can do
05:24 even for a bombed-out tooth that's very
05:28 carious but does not yet involve the pulp
05:32 Such a tooth, if you change the environment
05:34 of the mouth, and make it so that the conditions
05:38 that encourage cavities... that those conditions
05:43 have gone, then it's very likely that you could just
05:46 keep that bombed-out tooth...
05:48 that very serious affection of a tooth
05:53 that results in a definite cavity.
05:56 If you take care of it, there are dentists who will
06:00 tell you that you can make a scar on that tooth
06:05 and refinish that bombed-out area.
06:09 Now it's not nice, white enamel as you had in the beginning.
06:12 It will look very dark, in fact, almost black,
06:15 but it will be a very hard repair... a hard scar
06:20 on that tooth and that's very helpful to know.
06:22 But of course, the best thing is to get it filled,
06:26 and have a complete restoration of the tooth.
06:29 Let's say you wake up in the middle of the night,
06:32 and you have a SERIOUS toothache...
06:34 Is there anything that you can do immediately
06:37 so that you don't have to pay the extra fee
06:39 of calling a dentist out of bed at night to attend your tooth?
06:43 There are a number of things...
06:44 and most of them are quite effective.
06:46 The first thing to do is to make a little charcoal compress
06:51 Get a little piece of paper towel, maybe a square
06:53 about an inch or 2 inches square,
06:56 hold it in the hand, and put some charcoal paste right there.
07:00 You'll put that on a spoon then, shift it so that it goes onto
07:03 a spoon... then you can just maneuver it to the place
07:07 where you have the painful tooth, and bite down
07:10 on it... hold the charcoal paste in place
07:12 And often with a few minutes, the toothache has gone away.
07:17 Another thing that you can use is clove oil.
07:21 Clove oil smells very nice, and if you put a little
07:25 on a Q-tip, or on a toothpick, and just put it right up
07:29 next to the tooth, and on the gum, around the tooth,
07:32 and in-between the tooth...
07:34 you can get a very good relief of pain right away.
07:38 Now, an abscess can occur in a tooth, and in that case
07:44 the tooth will feel as if it's about an inch longer
07:47 than all the other teeth in your mouth,
07:51 and that's one of the diagnostic clues that you can have
07:55 that you've got an abscess of a tooth.
07:57 Also, if you just press on the area where the tooth is,
08:01 that you think might be abscessed,
08:03 and if it's very painful, then that's probably
08:07 an abscessed tooth.
08:08 If you tap on the tooth, and that gives you pain,
08:11 that's probably an abscessed tooth.
08:13 But let's say you can tap on all the teeth on that side,
08:17 that's probably not an abscessed tooth...
08:19 that's probably a maxillary sinusitis up here in the
08:23 maxillary sinuses.
08:25 And so, you don't have to go to the dentist for that
08:28 most of the time, you just treat the sinusitis.
08:30 And so applying heat, and then alternating with cold
08:34 every 3 minutes or so, that can be very helpful.
08:38 Or a mouthwash... if you use a mouthwash that's warm
08:41 but not hot if it's an abscessed tooth,
08:43 or a toothache that involves the pulp,
08:47 just use warm water with salt in it... quite a lot of salt.
08:52 Salt is a bit of an astringent and that will help you
08:55 with a tooth that's giving you pain.
08:59 Or, you can use turmeric in the warm water.
09:04 Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory agent
09:06 and will act as an anti-inflammatory
09:09 agent in the mouth.
09:10 You can swallow some of the turmeric.
09:13 Use a teaspoonful of the turmeric to a glass
09:16 of warm water, and use it as a mouthwash
09:19 And, you can spit out most of it, but about half of a
09:23 teaspoonful... you can swallow that
09:25 as an anti-inflammatory agent that works internally.
09:30 So those are a few things that you can know about
09:34 how to handle a toothache.
09:36 Keep a little clove oil on hand all the time
09:38 just for such an emergency.
09:41 Now, there are a lot of other things about the
09:45 head and neck that give us some difficulty,
09:49 and I think that Dr. Miller is all prepared to give us some
09:54 instruction on how to take care of an ear problem.
09:57 Is that correct? That's right, ear problems.
09:59 You know, the ears are located quite closely to the teeth
10:02 and sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between
10:04 this a toothache, or an earache?
10:07 And there is a very simple test.
10:09 Just take the earlobe and give a good, firm tug on the ear.
10:12 If it increases the pain, you probably have an earache.
10:16 If it does not increase the pain,
10:18 you probably have a toothache.
10:20 All right, now you've located it ... it's an earache
10:22 Now you take the top of the ear, and just wiggle it.
10:26 If it is an external earache, it will give you a lot of pain.
10:30 If it does not increase the pain, it is probably
10:32 an earache in the middle part of your ear...
10:37 so those are nice things to do.
10:38 I was in the country of Zambia one time teaching
10:43 natural remedies to a group of students there
10:45 and they loved to go out into the community
10:48 and try to find somebody who had problems.
10:50 They had all kinds of problems they could find.
10:53 They found a little girl who was in constant
10:58 24/7 pain, and her ear was completely infected.
11:02 Pus was running out of the canal.
11:04 There were large holes.
11:06 There was a hole behind her ear.
11:08 There were holes all around her ear.
11:10 The child was absolutely miserable.
11:13 Her parents had taken this child to every doctor,
11:16 every clinic, every hospital that they could within
11:19 the area where they live.
11:20 And that's as far away as the capital Lusaka
11:24 all in that area.
11:25 And, much like the woman there in the Bible,
11:28 the child did not grow better, but rather grew worse.
11:32 And, also, her parents had spent everything that they had
11:35 and they were ones that lived in a rather nice house.
11:38 They were now having to sell this house
11:41 to move to a mud hut just to pay the bills.
11:44 Well, my students found this little girl.
11:46 And, they came back and said...
11:48 "What can we do?" Well, what CAN you do?
11:50 Here we are out there in the middle of Africa
11:52 Well, we did what we could with what we had.
11:57 We put together a number of herbs.
11:59 I took some oil. I took some garlic.
12:01 I had brought with me some goldenseal powder...
12:04 sort of cheating there... but I had some goldenseal powder
12:06 But they had lots of herbs growing in an herb garden there
12:09 Took a number of things, made an ointment,
12:11 added some charcoal to it,
12:13 and then had the mother irrigate the ear
12:16 Dr. Thrash has mentioned in another program how
12:19 she likes to have bulb syringes.
12:21 I had taken with me on this particular trip,
12:23 20 bulb syringes.
12:25 I recommend if you're going to travel in a foreign country
12:28 especially in a third world country, you take bulb syringes
12:31 ...extremely versatile in many different areas.
12:35 I had the mother irrigate the ear.
12:38 As a matter of fact, my students did it first...
12:39 getting out some of the pus.
12:41 And then we applied some of this ointment that we had made
12:45 into the ear canal, and then put a piece of cotton in the ear.
12:49 That would be all day long, and then all night long,
12:52 we put a charcoal poultice... taught the mother how to do it
12:56 Put a charcoal poultice over the ear.
12:58 Now the child, because of the pain and the irritation,
13:02 was always scratching which really made it worse.
13:04 So we had her put little socks on her hands so she could not
13:09 scratch as well, and within a week,
13:12 the sores were completely scabbed over
13:15 She was completely out of pain, and she was
13:17 doing quite well.
13:18 And it cost nothing.
13:20 Even if she had had to pay for it,
13:22 it wouldn't have cost more than $5
13:23 And so we can see, God has some simple ways
13:26 to take care of the ear.
13:27 Earaches are extremely bad.
13:30 We had a woman call Uchee Pines some years ago
13:33 when Dr. Calvin Thrash was still alive, and she said,
13:37 "My daughter, she just has all the time, earaches,
13:40 and throat infections and she's been scheduled to
13:43 have her tonsils taken out, her adenoids taken out,
13:47 and tubes to be put into her ears... What can we do?"
13:51 And, Dr. Calvin, sage man that he was,
13:54 he said, "Ma'am, I'm not going to ask you whether your
13:58 daughter is on dairy products because I know she is. "
14:00 "Take her off the dairy products. "
14:01 And then give her some garlic, give her some Echinacea,
14:04 a few natural antibiotics.
14:06 Within a week, she was completely well.
14:08 Well the mother took the daughter back to her
14:12 pediatrician, and the pediatrician examined her
14:14 and said, "Well, you're doing fine. The medications worked. "
14:17 And the mother said, "I didn't give her the
14:19 medications. I just got her off the dairy products. "
14:21 And the doctor says... "That would have worked too. "
14:25 And the mother thought, "You were going to do all
14:29 these surgeries and that would have worked," and so
14:31 she took her daughter on out of there, and her daughter did fine
14:34 She's now a grown woman, married, has a child...
14:36 doing quite well.
14:37 And so, often our ear problems are caused by sensitivities to
14:42 foods... and the #1 food sensitivity in the entire world
14:46 is dairy products.
14:47 If you have a child who has throat infections,
14:50 ear infections... get them off of all forms of dairy
14:53 You got to really look at the labels... all forms of dairy
14:56 And if it stays gone for about a week,
14:59 off the dairy and you don't have any cessation of
15:02 of symptoms, maybe that wasn't your problem.
15:04 But I can almost guarantee that dairy is going to have
15:07 some type of deleterious effect upon your health.
15:09 And so, staying away from it might do you better.
15:11 There are other things you can do for an earache.
15:14 And I like to... Sometimes a person has an
15:16 earache, you take an ice cube, and you have them just
15:20 lay their head over and let the ice water drip into their ears.
15:23 For some people, that's all they need.
15:25 For other people, it will drive them through the roof!
15:27 For that person, you put warm air...
15:30 and you might take a hair dryer,
15:33 stand back about 2 feet, and just let that warm air
15:36 head towards the ear.
15:37 Sometimes just putting a heating lamp just outside
15:41 the ear and letting the heat get on the ear
15:43 is very good for an earache.
15:45 You could also take an onion, and bake the onion
15:48 until it's soft, and just place the onion
15:50 over the ear area, and strap that on the head. That's good.
15:54 A charcoal poultice will work very nicely for some people
15:58 in the ears when they have the ear infection.
16:00 Another problem we have with ears,
16:03 and I'm afraid this is probably pretty common
16:05 impacted wax.
16:07 You know the old way they used to... the old mussel loader guns
16:11 They'd sit there and they'd pour some stuff in it
16:12 and they'd ram it down...
16:14 Well, that's what many people do with
16:15 a Q-tip... they reach in there, and they poke around
16:19 and what they often do, they start pushing wax
16:23 pushing wax back there.
16:24 It wasn't too long ago, I received a phone call
16:27 that someone was going to come visit Uchee Pines
16:30 and they wanted their ears cleaned out.
16:32 I said, "Fine, no problem, I like doing that. "
16:35 So the person arrived that day,
16:38 and I figure, "Well, since they wanted their ears cleaned out,
16:40 I'll just start cleaning it, and then I'll look later.
16:43 I could have gone ahead and used an otoscope,
16:45 and looked in there and looked at it.
16:46 I'm glad I did not because I probably would have
16:48 been pretty freaked-out with what I was seeing.
16:52 Anyway, what I used was a Waterpik.
16:56 And a Waterpik comes with a special attachment
16:58 can buy a special attachment,
17:00 that you put on the end of a Waterpik and then you
17:03 put it up, and you always whenever you do an
17:06 irrigation of the ear, you shoot up.
17:08 The ear canal goes down, but you shoot up because
17:11 you don't want to shoot the eardrum itself.
17:13 And I started working around, and I was holding,
17:17 while I was doing this, a kidney dish outside the ear
17:20 What I basically do is, I have the patient hold this
17:23 next to their ear, and then I'll also have them
17:25 holding a towel to pick up the excess water...
17:28 And I was just playing around on the inside of the ear
17:32 and things started to come out. A lot of things!
17:35 And so I stopped and I went and dumped that and
17:36 refilled the water in the bowl of the Waterpik
17:40 and I did it again, and I did it again,
17:43 and I did it again... And then all of a sudden
17:46 appearing right on the outside of the ear
17:49 was a LARGE glob of something...
17:51 And I thought, "I don't know what I just got done
17:53 washing this guy's brains out!
17:54 I don't know what the problem was. "
17:56 This man had SO MUCH wax, and other things in his ear
18:01 I'm surprised he had any hearing.
18:03 As a matter of fact, that was his problem
18:04 He could not hear out of that ear.
18:06 I had another patient the same way.
18:08 I irrigated, probably for a half an hour, on each of these
18:12 ears and got a copious amount of ear wax and other
18:15 particulates out of their ears.
18:17 When that happens, the ear is going to be very sensitive.
18:20 And it also might be a little bit prone towards some
18:23 type of an infections or leastwise fungal infections.
18:27 And so what I did was, I mixed a little bit of vinegar
18:30 about 3 parts of vinegar, with 1 part of alcohol
18:33 and I had him tip his head over and I poured it into the ear
18:38 and then I shook it.
18:39 You always take the top of the ear and you shake it.
18:42 That straightens out the ear canal
18:43 ...letting all that liquid get down in there
18:45 the vinegar being antifungal, the alcohol being a drying agent
18:51 and an astringent agent, as Dr. Thrash has mentioned.
18:53 Then just had them pour that back out.
18:56 And they were completely well with that particular
18:59 simple treatment.
19:01 Now there is another way of doing an ear irrigation
19:04 and again, that's why you should always have a bulb syringe
19:08 Now, they make different types of bulb syringes
19:11 ...some with a much more streamlined nozzle on it,
19:16 some with a big bulb for doing nasal irrigations.
19:20 But, this is the one I Like to use for an ear irrigation.
19:23 And I'm going to have Justina come forward and sort of
19:26 demonstrate on her how you would do an ear irrigation.
19:30 I'm going to have you step on this side, Justina.
19:32 Now basically, you get the person involved
19:36 in their particular treatment.
19:37 You know, there are certain things that exacerbate pain,
19:40 and one is helplessness.
19:42 If you can get the patient involved in their treatment,
19:45 you're going to have them have a little bit less pain
19:48 and trepidation about... "What's this guy doing?"
19:51 Now they are part of the action.
19:53 And so, Justina, I'm going to have you just hold this
19:55 just below your ear, and the towel, again, is to
19:58 pick up the excess water because water will come out.
20:01 Now what you want to do is you want to put
20:04 water in here about body temperature.
20:06 Cold water can make an upset stomach.
20:09 It can make them very dizzy.
20:11 So you want to put just warm water in here
20:14 And I try as much as possible to expel all of the water
20:19 out of it and get it down to just water and no air.
20:24 And then what we do is, I grab the top of the ear
20:28 and I pull it up, and now that I've got just water
20:34 to the very surface, I put this thing inside the ear
20:37 ...hold your thing down just a little bit further...
20:40 so that I can shoot upwards.
20:43 And I SLOWLY, SLOWLY, increase the water, rather than just
20:48 You don't want to just squirt it in there because
20:51 that would make you both unhappy.
20:53 You play it around, you play it around the side,
20:57 you play it around the top
20:59 And as you do this, you're going to find some
21:01 particulate matter coming out.
21:02 You keep on playing this,
21:04 every once in a while, you have to refill the bulb.
21:06 I like to have a container of water that's full of warm water
21:09 Put my bulb syringe completely down in there
21:11 and then let it refill so that it's filled up to the very top
21:16 ...go back up, and continue playing around until you've
21:20 completely clean it out.
21:22 You can go to a store and buy some very inexpensive
21:27 otoscopes, and these otoscopes are good for looking in the ear
21:31 making sure you've gotten everything that's in there.
21:33 And then again, I would recommend you put some
21:36 alcohol, some vinegar in there to take care.
21:38 Now the vinegar is good for...
21:39 Let's say Justina had been swimming in a lake or a
21:42 swimming pool and got, what we call, "swimmers ear"
21:44 Always, the best treatment for swimmer's ear is
21:48 vinegar in the ear.
21:49 So what you basically do is you have them put them
21:51 put their head to the side, you put vinegar in the ear
21:54 let them hold it there for a while, dump it out
21:57 and that will pretty much kill the fungal infection...
22:00 And that's a nice thing to have done... Dr. Thrash
22:03 Thank you, Justina.
22:04 Well I like very much these simple things that are so
22:08 relieving for a lot of people for so many things.
22:11 Now, I want to talk with you just a moment about where
22:16 the water is going.
22:17 Sometimes people think, "Well, they must be washing
22:21 around on the inside of the ear, way up in the internal ear,
22:25 or the middle ear, or maybe even they're
22:28 as far down as the brain.
22:30 But I'd like to draw a little diagram so that you will
22:33 see just where the water is going when you irrigate the ear
22:37 And really, for an eardrum that's intact,
22:41 the water is only going to go, actually what we might even
22:46 think of as being the outside of the body.
22:49 But if we say that this is the ear, then here is the
22:56 canal like this, and let me point this a little bit better
23:03 this way so that it goes up this way...
23:08 And at the end of this is the tympanic membrane
23:13 or the eardrum.
23:15 And this, of course, is open to the outside so when you
23:18 put the bulb syringe in, you direct the stream upward a bit
23:25 and that encourages the entire external ear to get the fluid.
23:34 And in this way, whatever may be there,
23:36 whether it's bugs, or some kind of debris,
23:41 or whether it's the ear wax...
23:42 Whatever it may be, that will enable you
23:46 to get rid of it nicely.
23:47 Now another thing that's a good thing to know how
23:51 to deal with is a sore throat.
23:53 Gargles for a sore throat can be very helpful.
23:56 Hot gargles with just plain table salt in it,
24:00 or it can be goldenseal tea made very strong
24:03 ...or some other kind of astringent tea
24:06 can be used and that soothes and heals the tonsils
24:10 and the back of the throat.
24:11 Now another thing that we find people often suffering from
24:16 is acute sinusitis...
24:18 And it often occurs right across the cheekbones,
24:21 and right across the upper part of the eyebrows
24:25 and the mid portion of the forehead.
24:27 Acute sinusitis in contradistinction to
24:31 chronic sinusitis, which is usually caused by a
24:34 food sensitivity.
24:35 Acute sinusitis can be caused by either a virus,
24:39 or by a germ such as a streptococcus that
24:42 gives you an infection in the sinuses.
24:46 The same kind of thing that causes the sore throat.
24:49 For that, hot compresses to the face can be
24:53 very relieving of the pain and can also heal the person.
24:58 To sit in a tub of hot water, will sometimes just
25:03 almost instantly cause a relief of that pressure
25:06 and discomfort, the pain, the gripping discomfort
25:12 in the sinuses.
25:13 Now, there are certain ways to eat that have principles
25:17 involved in those, and there are several principles
25:22 that you can learn that will help you to know how to eat.
25:25 Dr. Don Miller will tell you something about these
25:29 4 principles on how to eat.
25:32 These are very simple and I think you need to
25:34 write these down and make sure you follow them at all times.
25:37 The first one is choose your food carefully.
25:40 Now what does that mean?
25:42 It means you don't go to the store, and go to the
25:44 bargain table and get the stuff that's all
25:46 shrink-wrapped in cellophane because it's sort of
25:49 bad on the other side.
25:50 If it's bad on the other side, it's bad all over...
25:52 Don't take that. You choose your food carefully
25:55 every time you go shopping.
25:57 Does that mean buy all organic produce?
25:59 It doesn't mean that... if you can't afford it.
26:01 You get the BEST you can buy for the money that you have.
26:04 You try to stay away from things in bags and boxes
26:07 and even cans... because they always
26:09 got things in there, whether it's salt...
26:12 there's going to be sugar, preservatives,
26:13 all kinds of strange things.
26:15 Eat as fresh as you can.
26:16 Second point... Prepare your food as carefully as you can.
26:21 The first point in preparation is WASH IT.
26:23 You wash your grapes. You wash your bananas.
26:25 You wash your carrots. You wash everything
26:28 before you put it into your body.
26:29 And then you prepare it healthfully...
26:32 You don't sit there and cook it to death.
26:33 You don't put lots of salt, sugar, oil on it.
26:36 You prepare it as carefully as possible.
26:37 The third step... very simple. You ask God to bless it.
26:41 If you've done point 1 and point 2,
26:43 He WILL indeed do His part... in point 3
26:46 And the third step is... just eat it,
26:48 quit worrying about it... because if you think it's
26:50 going to hurt you, it probably will.
26:52 And so we realize that if you sit down with a meal
26:54 and you've done all that you can,
26:56 and you've asked God to do all that He's willing
26:58 to do, you can eat that food...
26:59 and the Bible says there in Mark the 16th chapter...
27:02 "If you take any deadly thing, it will not harm you. "
27:05 And I believe that's the promise for these last days
27:07 when everything around us wants to harm us.
27:09 God wants to take care of us, and so let's just listen
27:11 to His simple ways and He'll teach us... Right, Dr. Thrash?
27:15 Yes, that's a very important thing
27:17 that you can always count on.
27:19 If you're careful in doing what your part is,
27:22 our Heavenly Father has pledged Himself to be
27:25 responsible for His part.
27:27 We cannot keep ourselves healthy...
27:29 We cannot be the ones who decide how strong we
27:32 come into this world, but we can be the ones
27:35 who determine how well we take care of the body.
27:37 And to take care of it means that you bring
27:40 into the body only fresh and pure things
27:43 as well as you are able.
27:45 Fresh air, fresh sunshine, fresh things that have
27:50 to do with the feeding of the mind.
27:52 Everything fresh, clean and pure,
27:55 and God will bless you!


Revised 2014-12-17