“Kathy really nails how orthodox religion focuses on prayer and miracles for healing, while completely ignoring the importance of personal responsibility.”


Screenshot (40)“This is a really wonderful book that makes so many important points about healing. Kathy really nails how orthodox religion focuses on prayer and miracles for healing, while completely ignoring the importance of personal responsibility. As a pastor’s daughter, Kathy knew the Bible and the ways of the church inside and out. So, when she became seriously ill with a whole host of different illnesses, she did what everyone else did. She prayed to God for a miracle. She prayed that he would make her well. She also did the culturally acceptable thing. She went to dozens of doctors and took all the drugs they prescribed for her. But after eighteen months of praying and praying and praying, and also being a good patient, her health got worse. What she was doing was not working.

At that time, something told her she was on the wrong track. She canceled all her future doctor’s appointment and decided to not just pray to God, but to really listen to God, and let him guide her. This was the beginning of her healing. She came to understand how modern churches are supporting a profit-driven culture that promotes sickness, not health. People were praying to God for healing, while consuming large amounts of Coca Cola, junk food, and drugs with dangerous side effects. In her studying of scripture, she came to clearly see that we have been commanded to honor and care for our physical bodies and that we also have a responsibility to engage in behaviors that promote healing. As Kathy states so clearly, “Everyone wants a miracle but nobody wants to learn the accompanying lessons about how to build health or maintain a healing.”
The church has seriously reneged on it’s responsibility to teach people how to maintain their health and well-being. It has instead chosen to support the American diet of poor quality, processed food, our overly medicated drug culture, and total disconnect from nature.

This is one woman’s story of healing. It takes great courage to walk your own path. Kathy’s way might not be your way, but her book will inspire you to find your way, not by blindly doing everything you have been told, but rather, by listening deep within — to the spirit of God that is alive in your life.” Toby Monte

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