Several days in bed from sickness tests anyone’s patience. However, our bodies can’t be productive when they’re broken down. We need fluids, rest and medicine to get better.
When we become sick physically we exhibit various symptoms such as pain, discomfort, headache or nausea. Faced with a decision, we decide whether to fight or to ignore the problem. Continue reading “In bed sick, physically”
When we preach or teach on church attendance, we need to be aware that not everyone is on equal footing.
The blanket statement that it’s a sin to miss worship could place an unfair burden on some brethren. For the healthy this seems simple, but for the unhealthy it takes on an entirely new perspective. Continue reading “Church attendance for the poor in health”
The pursuit of truth requires patience, attention and precision. We need to be able to take issues apart so we can express perfectly what Scripture teaches. A lack of precision can lead souls away from God.
Humans see pain as inherently bad, when it isn’t. Pain is a symptom, not the problem. It alerts our bodies to illness, injury or danger. If we couldn’t feel pain, we would remain in mortal danger. Continue reading “Be precise when discussing worry and sin”
Good health means we have to make hard decisions Continue reading It’s good for you
Are we destroying our spiritual lives with what we eat? Continue reading You are what you eat
The future of our nation’s health care system is in the spotlight. Congress has been asked to pass a package of legislation with an unimaginable price tag. No one denies that there is a need to make changes to our present system. The way to fix the system is where paths diverge. Continue reading The Health Plan That Matters