Cleansing or Surgery


What People are Saying:

I spoke with you a few weeks ago about your "Cleansing or Surgery" book. Already we have nine people who want copies. These people include two Pastors, a Chiropractor and a Medical Doctor.

I have read different materials over the years about cleansing, but we have been most impressed with your book due to its straightforward approach, sound information, and use of scripture. We especially appreciated the warning not to go "overboard" and make cleansing an idol.

My husband has just completed the Lemonade Diet. He began to show symptoms of fighting a virus and decided to go on the diet to clear things up. He is a painting contractor and was able to work hard the whole time he was on the Diet. He will just begin coming off the diet today.

All virus symptoms cleared up, a soreness in his elbow, which he has had on and off since last October, also cleared up. With his constant exposure to toxic fumes from paint, he is excited to be able to do this for his body. He is also interested to see how this cleanse will help his system out in regard to seasonal allergies. We have been very proactive with our health, and his allergies have greatly improved over the years, but we are excited to see how these cleanses can go much further in balancing his system.

God's blessings on you as you equip the Body in this much needed area of internal cleansing.

Sincerely in Christ, D.S. Colorado

 

 

Heart Cleanse

Cleansing can speed the healing of almost every disease. But even the most thorough cleansing of the body cannot overcome a negative state of mind. If we nurse anger and hold within us deep resentments, we become a target for disease.

Stress, fear, jealousy, worry, and deep resentments can predispose our body to ailments and disease. Stomach ulcers, prostate problems and difficulties with female organs can often be aggravated by negative attitudes.

What if you had an open wound and every time it started to heal over, you broke it open again? It would be impossible for the wound to close over and heal. That is what happens every time you start remembering how others have hurt you or your loved ones. You open up a wound that is trying to heal. As you stew and fret over how you have been wronged, the wound is cut deeper. Yet if you would forgive those who did you wrong, then the matter would be ended and forgotten.

(Combine this with the Lemonade Diet for the most effective cleanse of the heart and arteries.)

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