Worship: The Gospel in the Old Testament / Wellness: Sprouts and Diabetes

Worship: For Heaven’s Sake  “The sanctuary in its fullness is a complete revelation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.”  (Read more below.)

Wellness: For Health’s Sake Pastor Flemons, a doctor of biblical wellness, says that there is no disease for which sprouts aren’t good. Therefore, everyone should find a way to include sprouts in their diet every day. Especially should type 2 diabetics eat mung bean sprouts and broccoli sprouts in their diet, which should be 70 percent raw and more veggies.

But all sprouts are good. They all are high in antioxidants. Antioxidants provide free radicals what they need in order to be balanced and stable. Sprouts help heal dysfunction in the body. The more the oxidative stress in the body, the more the body becomes resistant to insulin. This is why sprouts are essential to the diet of type 2 diabetics.

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Words of Encouragement

1 Corinthians 9:25  And every man that strive the for mastery is temperate in all things. Now they do it to obtain a corruptible crown; but we an incorruptible.

Acts 11:12  And the Spirit bade me go with them, nothing doubting. Moreover these six brethren accompanied me, and we entered into the man’s house.

For Heaven’s Sake…

“This truth will become more and more apparent, for we shall find that the boards, the bars, the pillars, the coverings, the embroidery, and the materials used—the fine linen, the blue and purple and scarlet, the wood, the brass, the silver, the gold, the precious stones—all either directly or indirectly represent Christ in some phase of His work for fallen man, and all combine to make the plan of salvation clear and beautiful and wonderful.

“David had no question on this point. He says, ‘In His temple every whit of it uttereth His glory.’ Ps. 29:9, margin. Another inspired writer says, ‘The sanctuary itself (as well as the ministration of the priests) was to serve unto the example and shadow of heavenly things,’ PP 351-352. ‘Through Christ was to be fulfilled the purpose of which the tabernacle was a symbol–that glorious building, the walls of glistening gold reflecting in rainbow hues the curtains inwrought with cherubim.’ Ed. 36. And again, ‘God designed that the temple at Jerusalem should be a continual witness to the high destiny open to every soul. But the Jews did not understand the significance of the building they regarded with so much pride.’ DA 161. Let us beware lest, like the Jews, we do not understand the significance of the sanctuary building. In fact, a spiritual understanding of the sanctuary building as described in the book of Exodus is the true foundation of all sanctuary study. Without this foundation, we cannot so well appreciate the significance of the offerings as recorded in the book of Leviticus, nor can we so well under the force of the many allusions to the sanctuary, which pervade the entire Bible.”

“The Gospel according to Moses is also in four books. In the Book of Exodus, Christ is our Salvation. In the Book of Leviticus, Christ is our Sacrifice. In the Book of Numbers, Christ is our Guide. In the Book of Deuteronomy, Christ is our Reward. “The fact the gospel was given to Israel through Moses is made plain by Christ Himself as He walked with the two disciples on the way to Emmaeus after His resurrection, when, ‘beginning at Moses. . .He expounded unto them. . .the things concerning Himself.’ And later to the eleven He said, “All things must be fulfilled, which were written in the law of Moses. . .concerning Me.’ Luke 24:27, 44 italics supplied. Yes, the the gospel revealed in the sanctuary was a prophecy concerning Christ, a prophecy that was ‘fulfilled’ in the New Testament gospels.”

(For the full presentation, please listen to the FB video, “The Gospel in the Old Testament.” For the full sectional reading, please visit the online version of The Path to the Throne of God, (PTG), by Sarah Elizabeth Peck, and read the chapter entitled “The Sanctuary, the Gospel in the Old Testament.”)