July 31, 2019

William Cowper wrote the following words in 1774,

God Moves in Mysterious Ways His Wonders to Perform!

“God moves in a mysterious way
His wonders to perform;
He plants His footsteps in the sea
And rides upon the storm.

Deep in unfathomable mines
Of never failing skill
He treasures up His bright designs
And works His sov’reign will.”

My wife came down with a respiratory challenge leaving us needing to trust God to help with my bladder challenge. We were left with very limited options to get me to the emergency in Toronto if my ability to urinate became completely shut down. My daughter was running rife frequencies in an attempt to keep me going (in more ways than one). We thought we were dealing with a stone issue.

Yesterday a friend stopped by to visit and in the course of the conversation mentioned she took her mother to the hospital because of a urinary challenge. It was an infection causing her situation. When I heard this, it was as if a light bulb turned on. I had some antibiotics left from previous months which I had not taken. They were designed to fight infections in the kidneys and bladder.

What a difference a day makes. My system was back to almost operating normal in less than 24 hours which I praise and thank God for. What was a challenge for one person, because of a shared word, became an answer to prayer for my life.

My daughter has found the rife frequencies for the antibiotic I am using up and my wife who is showing signs of this same challenge is able to address the issue for her body without the side effects of the drug.

Never underestimate the power of God to work in your life. Also, do not dictate how your answer might come to you, because God does move in mysterious ways His wonders to perform. Be open to the power of God’s Word spoken into your situation. 1 Thessalonians 5:24 reminds us, “He who calls you is faithful; he will surely do it” (ESV).

July 30, 2019

Seek to Feel Good Now at Your Energetic Core!

For the last week and a half I have not felt as well as I was and would have liked. As I was laying in bed yesterday as the first rays of dawn were just beginning to appear I realized something very significant to me.

I had begun experiencing after my surgery the “feel good now” feeling at my energetic core. Currently it has slipped away again with the latest round of health challenges. I want it back! What do we do in such a situation? It is important to seek to feel a little better now. Learn how to do this.

I realized also, during my nine months on a catheter I had been implementing principles which allowed me to carry on without feeling bad. Such a position may be necessary in times of challenge, but we should not desire to reside there. I desire to recover that “feel good now” in my energetic core. Some might identify this as joy in the innermost part of your being. This is separate from feeling good physically and maybe even emotionally, thought there is a connection.

I suspect most people go through their lives never knowing what this experience is even like. They don’t know what they are missing and are hoping something they do on a weekend might make them feel better than the rest of the week. Others will seek to use substances to attempt to experience something more in their life. Passion and purpose are missing. Seek to feel good now at your energetic core!

If you want to learn how to feel good now at your energetic core I recommend the training from the Global Information Network. Contact me for more information on how you can get started.

July 29, 2019

Practice the Art Of, “Feel Good Now” With Wisdom and Integrity!

I received an email yesterday containing a really good question. It shows this individual is wrestling with some really important stuff. I might make some assumptions from the rest of the email, but they would still only be assumptions, so it will be my challenge to respond in a way that provides guidance and help wherever this person is in their life’s journey.

Before I get to the question, there is an important principle that is taught very early on in success training. The principle is “Feel Good Now!” The purpose of this article is not to teach this principle. This is something, if you do not know, you need to learn so you do know. I would add this principle is in complete alignment with God’s Word. Nehemiah 8:10 states, “the joy of the LORD is your strength.” Proverbs 17:22, “A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”

Now to the question. “Hello, is playing video games part of feeling good?” The implications of such a question are incredibly important and cover every area of our lives, because in fact it connects to the entire length of our life span. How we answer this question calls for discernment regarding our thoughts, beliefs, words intentions and actions. It speaks to the outcomes we really desire for our life.

How we choose to respond is a matter of character and maturity. The real answer has nothing to do with whether the topic of video games are good or bad, because without knowing the specific content of the games being addressed there is no answer. The immediate thought that came to my mind as I read this question for the first time came from a principle which first resonated with me from the lips of one of my mentor’s, Ed Foreman. We have a choice, “garbage in garbage out, or wholesome in wholesome out.” Again, this is in alignment with God’s Word. Philippians 4:8 reads, “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.”

It would be a good thing to ask the question, does this thing I am about do fall into alignment with all the other universal principles which will enhance the quality of my life, or does it simply feed my momentary ego rush? Seek to feel good now, but do it in a way that empowers your life into a better future. Practice the art of, “Feel Good Now” with wisdom and integrity!

July 28, 2019

Legalism Is a Trap. It Will Not Enhance Your Life!

I decided to attempt to determine what was acceptable and what was unacceptable activities for a day of rest. There is a reason God chose for us to take a day a week for such an event. It’s application has value and importance to every realm of our lives.

It is also something that is completely ignored by a significant proportion of people in North American culture today. Since Sunday has been, in the past, identified as this day and it is the day ministers work, then some other alternative must be found for rest.

Also, since Sundays are much like every other day of the week for most people, there are always places to go and things to do on this day for families. The stores are open and shopping “must” be done and children and youth “must” be taxied to all their sports activities. Thus, there is little or no time for rest.

As I sought to identify the acceptable, the unacceptable and the don’t know where to put them activities, I realized the potential danger of such a list. It is very easy to move into a spirit of legalism in attempting to keep the list.

Perhaps, at least for me, I need to determine whether the activity provides an opportunity for rest and/or restoration to my spirit, soul and body. If it doesn’t, then on the rest day it should be avoided. This might also force me to be more aware of what I am doing and the benefits, or consequences of my actions.

If this principle is of use to you, feel free to implement. It just might help you avoid the trap of legalism in seeking to keep a do’s and don’t’s list.

July 27, 2019

Choose Wisely When Options Are Limited And Facing a Challenge!

Hebrews 13:8 tells us, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.” Yesterday contained a significant challenge for me in more ways than one. My wife had left for Lewiston NY to ship orders for her business. I took my daughter to a free dental clinic in Orangeville in the morning, but in the end she decided not to get her tooth extracted and we went home. I suspected before we left that there might be something going on in my body, but by the time we got home it was very apparent there was.

My daughter had a long to do list to be done, my wife was away, I have no confidence in the local hospital, it was a Friday afternoon and traffic would be difficult and long to get to the hospital in Toronto, my options were limited.

I had experienced a similar situation in my life a few months ago and I knew the situation developing was really less than pleasant. My daughter found several scalar/rife frequencies and programmed them into the system and left to run a variety of errands. Now, on my own, what was I to do? Pray? YES! Follow a unique impression of action I was given? YES! Finally, laying on the bed I remembered reading an account by Francis P. Martin in his book titled, “Hung By The Tongue” in which something similar happened in his family. This remembering changed my belief and my approach to how I prayed in my situation. I thought, “God has not changed, if He did it before He can do it again now.” It was only a short time later, as my daughter was returning home, I got out of bed and He did! I am immensely thankful, grateful and appreciative for His answer and blessing.

We will continue to run the scalar/rife frequencies throughout today in support of my body, but for me, it was a reminder as my training in recent years has taught me, what we think, believe, say and intend matters, because it impacts our actions which determine the outcomes in my life. Praying God’s Word in faith has great power. I recommend it to you. God has not changed. Choose wisely when options are limited and facing a challenge!