In His Time…

…there is perfect peace.


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10 Potent Foods that Kill Pain Fast

Pain is the mechanism that our bodies use to tell us that all is not well. Once we are aware of what is wrong, we can well do without it continuing, unfortunately that is not how it works. For those of us who suffer with chronic conditions such as arthritis, headaches (including migraines), tendinitis, and other painful ailments, it’s all too tempting to reach for commercial painkillers like ibuprofen. But is that the best course of action?

There are other natural pain relief agents that Mother Nature GOD has thoughtfully provided; it is just a matter of knowing which ones work and which ones don’t.

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Natural pain relief agent # 1 – Dark Cherries

A recent study carried out by the John Hopkins Pain Treatment Centre has confirmed that Anthocyanins, a type of bioflavonoid, or plant pigment that is found in dark fruits such as cherries, are proficient at being able to block the pain signals that emanate from inflammation. Sitting down and enjoying munching on 20 cherries can help to remedy joint pain, stomach pain, and other pain that is caused by inflammation. It can also help to ease PMS symptoms too.

Natural pain relief agent # 2 – Ginger Root

Ginger root, used in Ayurvedic medicine, is a renowned natural pain relief agent. Ginger powder, which can be bought in any supermarket store selling spice, has the ability to lessen pain by inhibiting certain toxic compounds that your body manufactures, which are the cause of inflammation that causes pain in your joints and muscles.

You can also chop fresh ginger root and make it into a paste which can then be applied topically to joints and muscles radiating pain. Ginger root can also be eaten, and as such is a very effective remedy for stomach pain and nausea. Many moms-to-be also chew Ginger to help to ward-off the dreaded morning sickness. Continue reading


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Some People Are SO Funny :-)

Here is something that will make you chuckle. :D

These Are Actual Complaints Received By “Thomas Cook Vacations” From Dissatisfied Customers:

1. “I think it should be explained in the brochure that the local
convenience store does not sell proper biscuits like custard creams
or ginger nuts.

2. “It’s lazy of the local shopkeepers in Puerto Vallarta to close
in the afternoons. I often needed to buy things during ‘siesta’
time — this should be banned.”

3. “On my holiday to Goa in India , I was disgusted to find that
almost every restaurant served curry. I don’t like spicy food.”

4. “We booked an excursion to a water park but no-one told us we
had to bring our own swimsuits and towels. We assumed it would be included in the price.”

5. “The beach was too sandy. We had to clean everything when we
returned to our room.” Continue reading


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This week on ‘The Hal Lindsey Report’ August 29th, 2014

Some weeks it is more difficult than others to prepare “The Hal Lindsey Report.” This has been one of those weeks.
Because we are reporting on the threat ISIS poses to the Middle East and the world, we’ve spent a great deal of time investigating the activities of that group, as well as others. That means that I and my staff have spent that time exposed to the unbelievable brutality and cruelty currently on display in Iraq and Syria.
I’m sure you’ve seen various images of that brutality on some of the nightly newscasts, but when you begin to focus on the sheer depths of the depravity, you enter a realm that can only be described as spiritual darkness.
All of us, from myself to my researcher (who, at great personal discomfort, examined all of the different terrorist beheading videos) to my producer/director, even to my video editor, have experienced a level of spiritual warfare that comes along only once in a while.

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Personal Responsibility

By Jim Rohn

Don’t become a victim of yourself. Forget about the thief waiting in the alley; what about the thief in your mind?

It is not what happens that determines the major part of your future. What happens, happens to us all. It is what you do about what happens that counts.

You say, “The country is messed up.” That’s like cursing the soil and the seed and the sunshine and the rain, which is all you’ve got. Continue reading

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