By Hal Lindsey The study of Bible prophecy does not make you clairvoyant or a soothsayer. Don’t ask me for stock tips. But I have to admit to one rather astounding truth. I have a supernatural source for understanding the … Continue reading 2022: A Prophetic Preview
This is a testimony of someone who tried to commit suicide countless times and how God miraculously stopped him from being able to do it. Jesus had plans for this amazing man’s life. Please do yourself the honor of watching … Continue reading The Most Amazing Testimony I Have Ever Heard!
Although this blog is mainly about addiction, recovery, and health issues, what is behind ALL of these things is spiritual. Addiction is satanic and demonic, along with disease and sickness! So, I feel it’s very appropriate for my followers to … Continue reading Ouija Boards, Warfare, Exorcism, and the Bible’s Undeniable Stance on Playing with Fire
There are two #1 spots held on my daily priority list. Each day that God blesses me with, are all for Him and His glory. So, here is what my daily priority list looks like (at least the #1 spot) … Continue reading I Will NEVER Stop! It’s Our ONLY HOPE!
Everything… life as we know it… dramatically changed in what seemed like a nanosecond. I don’t know about you, but it feels surreal. What’s next? What will the morning bring? What if I tell you that the fear of death … Continue reading Fear and the Coronavirus
Francis shares the tragedy of his family upbringing. Many of his family members died or were murdered. That is when Francis begins searching for God around the age of 15. Life changed when He started praying and God was answering his prayers. I have been ‘hooked’ on this Godly man’s teachings, so I thought I’d share. His life and teachings are so Biblical and bring to life the reality of our faith – as it was in the early church. I think we all need a dose (or two) of this type of teaching. Enjoy! Continue reading A Time for Faith, Some Serious ‘Stuff’ and Laughter. Don’t Miss This!
Is Jesus Christ for or against His followers’ celebrating Christmas? If you think that is a strange question, what He taught may surprise you! by Erik Jones and can be found here for proper credit One of the most prominent … Continue reading Jesus Christ, King of Kings & Lord of Lords VS a Pagan Christmas
In the garden, Jesus wept tears of blood. He wasn’t happy about going to the cross and asked our Father to stop it ‘if He could’ but also told Him, “Thy will be done”. I don’t want to assign the weak human condition of depression to my God; however, in God’s realm, it probably somehow parallels the depression that you may feel. After all, Jesus was about to be beaten to the point of being unrecognized as a Person, and then suffer a cruel crucifixion and humiliation. As we must fashion our lives as Jesus did and does, what did … Continue reading 100% GUARANTEE OF ADDICTION FREEDOM!!!
Do you ever feel as though no one is hearing you… that no one can see you? 100% of those in addiction feel this way. They feel like they just don’t matter to anyone. They view the world as filled … Continue reading Do You Feel Invisible?
In the field and ministry we’re in – addiction – we are constantly reading about addiction being theorized as a disease… a disorder… a choice… a deeply rooted inherited family problem… or a number of other theories. None of those … Continue reading Why Do We Need To Theorize About Addiction Causes When We Already Know?!
Today, on National Addiction News, I would like to spread hope. It’s the hope found in Jesus Christ for a final end to addiction. Being accountable to God is the only answer. Accountability is found in His plan of Salvation. … Continue reading There IS Hope for a Final End to Addiction
As true believers in Christ, we know that the Bible speaks volumes regarding fear, anxiety and depression. What God says is that they are all demonic spirits that cause oppression if we submit to them. . For me, I no … Continue reading Fear, Anxiety, Depression and the Link to Addiction
The word addiction has two basic meanings. The first definition, and the one most of us are familiar with is “to cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on a habit-forming substance.” Those who are addicted or “given to much wine” (Titus 1:7; 2:3), “drunkards” (1 Timothy 3:3) or “heavy drinkers” (1 Timothy 3:8) are disqualified from teaching or holding a position of authority in the church. It’s clear that church leadership needs to be sober and self-controlled so that, by their example, they can teach others to be the same, for we know that “drunkards . . . shall not inherit the … Continue reading HOW SHOULD CHRISTIANS VIEW ADDICTION? Do They?
Opiates are the MOST abused drug in the US today. In some people, addiction will begin in just 3 days or less. Most will be addicted within 4-6 weeks. After that, they will need detox to get them out of … Continue reading Opiates & Benzos
This post is brief and to the point today. It’s all said in the poster I made today. Please take it to heart. VictoryRetreatMontana.com IatrogenicAddiction.com Continue reading Do NOT Trust any Doctor!!!
NARDAS is an alliance that we have recently formed that will: Bring Awareness to the dangers Rx Drug Addiction Educate patients on physician induced addiction (Iatrogenic Addiction) which is the #1 cause of preventable accidental death in the US right … Continue reading National Alliance for Rx Drug Addiction Survivors (NARDAS)
In the spirit of the season, I’m writing a few thoughts on anger, as I feel that everyone needs help in this area… some more than others. Some of us can become angry and work through the anger with prayer, … Continue reading Anger
Kaylee Rodgers is autistic. When she began school, she wouldn’t talk or read in class. Now a video of her singing the lead in Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” has gone viral. It’s impossible to hear her sing about Jesus’ birth and … Continue reading Why We Rejoice When a Girl with Autism Sings ‘Hallelujah’