“Once freed from this deception that drugs and doctors could heal her, she asked God to show her a better way. She learned the hard truth that most illnesses are self-induced through our own dietary choices and lifestyles.”

This book is the refreshing personal story of a woman named Kathy who had the courage to throw out everything she had been taught to believe and to try to discover the real truth about why she was ill. With a sense of urgency, she exhorts us to see the connection between what we do and what God is willing to do for us. In her search for wellness, she uncovered the lies and the greed of the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Once freed from this deception that drugs and doctors could heal her, she asked God to show her a better way. She learned the hard truth that most illnesses are self-induced through our own dietary choices and lifestyles.

Meanwhile, she also began to believe in a God who loved her and would give her or anyone wisdom to deal with their specific health issues. This increasing interest in God’s ideas on health led her to the Hebrew Scriptures (Deut. 14) where dietary guidelines for the Jews–such as the prohibition against eating pork –were described. This information put her in conflict with her Christian friends whose theology insisted that these dietary guidelines were not not meant for our generation. But Kathy knew that our intestines today are basically the same as in those days…. And she saw another contradiction when she read in the New Testament that God sees our human bodies as a temple where His spirit lives in His people, but Christians were gorging themselves on ham sandwiches, cookies and other sugary non-foods before their prayer meetings in which they asked God to heal them. I laughed when I read what the author wrote about this contradiction: that those church members should be praying instead that God would restore them to their right minds so they could see that what they put into their bodies was directly affecting their health. Sometimes the truth is so strikingly simple.

… she works as a licensed massage therapist. She regularly prays with any client who requests prayer. And if a client requests for Kathy to lay her hands on them in believing prayer and if the Holy Spirit so directs her, she will do that, too.

Getting Well God’s Way” was given to me by my daughter-in-law who had purchased it from her beautician. (Hooray for beauticians who are always a wealth of information!). While both books are excellent, I think the longer book (not reviewed here) would be particularly useful for someone trying to get well, as it gives brand names, specific products, and includes information of why it’s important to go to the doctor God leads you to instead of the one your insurance company will pay for, plus many other practical tips.

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