Worship: For Heaven’s Sake You may (and should) worship God every day, morning and evening with your family, says Pastor Flemons. But worship on any day other than the Sabbath can never replace worship during the sacred hours of the Sabbath. The seventh day of the week was set apart during creation week by God Himself. He sanctified it, according to Genesis 2:3.
Adam and Eve worshipped God on that first Sabbath, one day after being created, says Pastor Flemons. The second Adam, Jesus, worshipped God on the seventh day, according to the commandment. It was His custom to be found in the synagogue on the Sabbath day. This was echoed by another listener during Sharing Time. Pastor Flemons reminded listeners that no Jew even existed from Adam to Noah and that Jews are the children of Abraham. The Sabbath, instituted during creation week, existed generations before Abraham was born. It, therefore, existed prior to the giving of the Ten Commandments on tables of stone to Moses. The Jewish nation was chosen to be entrusted with mirroring God’s Laws to the world and to present the Messiah.
The Bible Sabbath never changed. Historically, the Roman Catholic Church, with the first recognized Christian Emperor Constantine, instituted Sunday worship in 321 AD, as her self-proclaimed mark of ecclesiastical authority: “the mark of the beast,” says Pastor Flemons. Even when Sunday becomes the officially enforced day of worship, God’s people must still choose to honor the seventh-day Bible Sabbath and be saved, or receive the mark of the beast and consequently her plagues, according to Revelation 14:9 and 10. God, who says Himself that He never changes, made it known in Isaiah 66:23, that the Sabbath He instituted will be kept throughout eternity.
Worship: For Health’s Sake Shelem Flemons, a doctor of biblical wellness, says that to cure a baby’s cold, put a crushed garlic clove in each of the baby’s socks and leave on through the night or for at least a couple of hours. The body will absorb the garlic, which strengthens the immune system and detoxifies the bloodstream. It may be best to first apply olive oil or coconut oil on the bottom of the baby’s feet. This guards against potential irritation.
Don’t be alarmed when you smell garlic on the baby’s breath or elsewhere on the skin. This is normal. It indicates that the garlic has been absorbed into the bloodstream through the feet.
Next, a few cloves of garlic can be blended with water to make varying strengths of garlic water. Then just enough drops of the garlic water may be added to carrot juice to only slightly tinge the taste for the baby’s consumption. Carrot juice is normally delightfully sweet to the baby, and you want to maintain that sweetness enough to satisfy the baby’s palate.
Especially while treating a baby’s cold, be careful to remove all dairy and sugar from the child’s diet and from the nursing mother’s diet. This would bring quicker recovery from the cold. Actually, it would be best to remove all dairy from the diet at all times. This would help keep the baby healthy.
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Words of Encouragement
Revelation 3:8 I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name. (Also read Ye Shall Receive Power, YRP 352.)
1 Timothy 6:11 But thou, O man of God, … follow after righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience, meekness. (Also please read My Life Today, ML 98.)