August 1, 2019

Words Matter! You Are Responsible for the Outcomes They Create!

The words which we use implicate us regarding the very core of our heart and nature. Much can be discerned about the quality of our character from what comes out of our mouth. Our ability to communicate effectively depends upon the use of appropriate words for each situation in our life. Matthew 15:18 records the words of Jesus, “But what comes out of the mouth proceeds from the heart, and this defiles a person” (ESV). Words are what comes out of your mouth. Do they defile or uplift and express love and encouragement?

A lot is revealed by what you say when you pray. Your words reveal your level of faith and belief. Begging is an expression of focus towards lack. It speaks of uncertainty about your trust that your Heavenly Dad will hear and answer. Perhaps it speaks to your skepticism about just how much God loves and cares for you.

Expressions of gratitude and thankfulness provide a foundation upon which more reasons for thankfulness and gratitude may be provided. It is also an acknowledgment of your trust and dependance upon the One to whom you come in love.

Ongoing repetition of words may signify a lack of focus on the issue of relationship communication with God, or a ritualistic mindset to prayer. The words we use also reflect our understanding of who God is and the relationship between Father, Son and Holy Spirit. 1 Timothy 2:5 tells us, “For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus” (NIV). Our access to God is through His Son. Hebrews 3:1 declares, “Therefore, holy brothers, who share in the heavenly calling, fix your thoughts on Jesus, the apostle and high priest whom we confess” (NIV). An apostle is one who is sent forth on a mission to something on behalf of the sender. Jesus is your representative to His Heavenly Dad when you pray.

John 14:13 records Jesus’ words, “I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Son may bring glory to the Father (NIV). Jesus will only present your requests to His Heavenly Dad when they are in alignment with the Word of God and His will. This is what brings glory to His name.

I recently watched the movie “Storm Rider” in which Kevin Sorbo played the part of an uncle who took in and cared for his brother’s two children. The uncle, while a great vet, lacked in personal people skills when it came to being able to communicate well with those closest to him. Later in the movie he comes to the realization, just how adept he was at being able to “put his foot in his mouth” when he spoke. Becoming aware of our words both before and after we speak is a valuable asset we would be wise to gain in our life. Words matter! You are responsible for the outcomes they create!

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 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!

June 11, 2019

Be Mindful What You Ask for and Your Purpose Behind It!

There are universal principles and laws that are in effect in our world and they operate at the quantum energetic level. These principles and laws are extremely powerful. I personally operate from the belief that there is One who created these principles and laws. We are responsible and accountable to follow them if we want the best outcomes for our life.

If we follow the proper use of electricity, it can be beneficial in our lives. If we fail to follow the principles of operation, it can have a deadly result.

God’s Word is very specific on the topic of prayer. “Ask and it will be given” (Matthew 7:7). But there are conditions for us to meet. Matthew 8:13, “Jesus said ‘It will be done just as you believed it would.’” Then, in Mark 11:23-24 we read where Jesus said, “I tell you the truth, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in his heart but believes that what he says will happen, it will be done for him. {24} Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.”

Not only are there conditions to be met, there are also hindrances that can also impact responses to prayer. R.A. Torrey lists three in his book, “Power-Filled Living” which I want to share with you.

1. Selfish prayers. James 4:3, “When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend what you get on your pleasures.” Be sure your motives and intentions are in alignment with God and His Word.

2. Sinful actions: The word “sin’ is not something which many people can connect with today, but the universal principle and laws are still active. Isaiah 59:1-2 declares, Surely the arm of Yahweh is not too short to save, nor his ear too dull to hear. {{2} But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden his face from you, so that he will not hear.” When there is conflict and rebellion in a relationship, communication is one of the areas that is negatively impacted. Sin is choosing to ignore, or rebel against the universal principles and laws of relationship.

3. Who comes first?: Ezekiel 14:3 declares, “Son of man, these men have set up idols in their hearts and put wicked stumbling blocks before their faces. Should I let them inquire of me at all?”

A self centred ego is not your friend. Yes you need to take time for yourself, but if you are the centre of your universe, you will not have healthy relationships and that includes one with God.

When we choose to accept and even implement hindrances to answered prayer in our life it will impact our outcomes. Do not blame God when the answer does not appear. Follow the universal principles God has given you and you will receive an answer. It might be different than you asked for, but remember you are not God and do not always know what is best. He does. Trust Him! Be mindful what you ask for and your purpose behind it!

June 4, 2019

I’m Excited, How About You?

Let me begin by saying Happy Independence to my U.S. friends. May God truly bless your nation.

As I write this article late on July 3, 2019 I am feeling fantastic. Today I went to the oncologist for a post surgery consultation. My PSA count was about as close as you can get to zero without being zero. The doctor was pleased.

Last August at the height of my health crisis the doctor told us he was not sure my bladder would ever work again. He was amazed at the level of bladder control I am currently experiencing. I underwent a test to determine what level of fluid I am retaining in my bladder. He told me a reading of 400 would be acceptable. He was totally shocked when the reading came in at 202.

My surgical incisions have healed incredibly well and the doctor is really pleased. He said to my wife and I, basis on the pathology report at the time of surgery he would be recommending regular hormone treatment for the rest of my life, and rounds of radiation and chemo. I told him, I have already started scalar and rife treatments and there would be none of that. He looked at us with a big smile on his face and said, “I want you to know I do not consider you non-compliant. I consider you non-traditional.”

Since I still have a process to go through regarding my kidney health and my test results are incredibly good, the doctor has agreed to run tests in three months to ascertain my status and see what the outcome is from our non-tradition approach. This was certainly agreeable to us.

Thank you to every who has prayed, sent love, energy, good vibrations and been a part of my health restoration. Blessings and thanks to each one. Thank you to my Heavenly Dad, and for the input of His Son, Jesus on my behalf.

I also want to acknowledge the support, help and encouragement of my wife and family through this challenging journey. There is so much you don’t know about and I do and I give them my thanks, gratitude and love.