Description : Why do people wear glasses, especially little children? Why do people lose their hearing and how it can be restored? How can diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol be prevented? How can cancer be prevented? The key to all disease is PREVENTION. Listen to your body. Whenever it starts deteriorating, getting sluggish or fatigued, the body is overwhelmed from fighting parasites, chemicals, bacteria, and blockages-the four culprits to all our illnesses. Start detoxing with the suggestions in this book today! It took Elsie Belcheff-a medical intuitive, certified herbologist and certified lymphologist-thirteen years of studying and working with thousands of individuals, documenting their progress while they followed her recommended protocol, to come up with this valuable health guide. Now she'd like to help you.
Description : Our body is a machine that we need to lubricate and maintain; otherwise, it can sustain problems without regular maintenance. It’s quite clear that the human body is one of nature’s greatest accomplishments. The simple things that we take for granted every day are simply part of the smooth operation of this worldwide wonder, while astonishing acts, equally physical and mental, are directly credited to the marvel of the human body. Whereas it can be damaged, the body’s resiliency, rejuvenation, and restoration powers are in themselves miracles. In doing extensive study and research relating to human tissues, it’s impossible not to feel the wonderment of the human body. It certainly forces us to contemplate the complexity and astonishment of the physical tasks that keep us alive. Life itself is in fact wonderful, and the marvelous machine that is our body attributes to that. So please be gentle to your body. I hope you benefit from my five discourses of research material. God be with you all. – Dr. Rafie Hamidpour Note: This information is intended to help make informed decisions about diet, health, and well-being. It’s not intended as a substitute for any treatment that may have been prescribed by a physician. If you suspect you have a medical problem, seek competent medical help. Keep in mind that nutritional needs vary from person to person, and are dependent on age, sex, and total diet. Because there may be some risk involved, the author, publisher, and researchers are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use or misuse of any of the suggestions, preparations, or procedures in the book
Description : In the postbellum nineteenth century, journalism reached larger audiences with more information in less time. With the rise of industrialization and mechanization, the means of conveying news to the public improved dramatically. In 1873 Frederic Hudson, one of the nation's first journalism historians, predicted that these technological advances would spawn genuinely national newspapers. Such publications would be circulated to all parts of the country by means of pneumatic tubes, he wrote, which could convey newspapers from one coast to the other within three hours. The prophesy of compressed air blowing bunches of newspapers across the length and breadth of the country was so far awry that it is amusing to consider today. However, Hudson's forecast of a national newspaper, which seemed just as far-fetched in that era of a distinctly provincial press, came to fruition in only the following decade. As the population soared (due in large measure to immigration), as urban areas blossomed, and as the public became increasingly literate, more people turned to newspapers for information about their community and nation. It was against this backdrop that the Saturday Globe was born in 1881. From its auspicious infancy in Utica, New York, the Saturday Globe grew into a major newspaper with nationwide circulation. Through its pioneering use of regional editions, it became the first truly national newspaper in United States history. It served as a unifying force for disparate communities, which were constantly being redefined by the expansion of industry and the increase in population. The Saturday Globe's readership, which peaked at nearly 300,000, was attracted by its stunning artwork, its national scope, and its charming miscellany of stories. In many ways, the Saturday Globe was a theoretical forerunner of USA Today. Although it eschewed the political partisanship so common among newspapers of the era, the Saturday Globe emanated a morally conservative tenor, which was sometimes difficult to reconcile with the newspaper's tendency toward sensationalism. Relying on many diverse sources, Ralph Frasca constructs a comprehensive social history of the Saturday Globe, placing it in a larger context by showing how cultural, technological, economic, demographic, and journalistic forces in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries both created a milieu for the Saturday Globe's inception and success and lead to its demise forty-three years later. The story of the Saturday Globe offers insight into the processes by which mighty newspapers rise, fall, and erode into the deepest recesses of time. The survival of America's newspapers is just as much a concern now as when the Saturday Globe, a mere husk of its former self, folded. While the Saturday Globe fought a losing battle against imitators and magazines, today's newspapers wage a similar war against the encroachment of the broadcast media. The history of the Saturday Globe offers a compelling case study of a major newspaper's rise and fall.
Description : If you don't believe the 80% of the world's population who depend on herbal remedies to treat common ailments, there is now a wealth of scientific research to substantiate the claims. If used properly, herbal medicine is powerful, effective and simple. THE HEALING POWER OF HERBS draws on scientific research to corroborate what many have known for years: herbs are the key to a longer, more healthful life. Inside you will find a directory to 37 common medicinal plants along with recommendations for treating 34 common health problems. Discover: • How licorice can be used to heal canker sores • Howginkgo bilobacan be used to delay the effects of Alzheimer's disease • How garlic can be used to improve cholesterol levels • How green tea can be used to help prevent cancer • How bromelain can be used to heal athletic injuries
Description : In much of the scholarship on Paul, activities such as speaking in tongues, prophecy, and miracle healings are either ignored or treated as singular occurrences. Typically, these practices are categorized in such a way that shields Paul and his followers from the influence of so-called paganism. In Signs, Wonders, and Gifts, Jennifer Eyl masterfully argues that Paul did, in fact, engage in range of divinatory and wonder-working practices that were widely recognized and accepted across the ancient Mediterranean. Eyl redescribes, reclassifies, and recontextualizes Paul's repertoire vis-á-vis such widespread, similar practices. Situating these activities within the larger framework of reciprocity that dominated human-divine relationships in antiquity, she demonstrates that divine powers and divine communication were bestowed as benefactions toward Paul and his gentile followers in proportion to their faithfulness and loyalty.
Description : Divine healing is a controversial subject with some people and some denominations. Many theologians disagree on this subject. There are so many sick in the world today. We cannot seem to build enough hospitals. Even with the latest technical advances and discoveries, there are still diseases, sicknesses, and malfunctions of the human body that people of science and medicine cannot understand nor prescribe a cure remedy. Many of the sick people are in the church. Illness does not seem just to plague churchless people, but the church going including even Bible believers seem to be just as ill as the people that have nothing to do with God and His church. The book is an outgrowth of a syllabus that the writer spent over seven months studying, categorizing, and outlining what the Bible itself has to say about healing. The history books were not consulted. The popular and non-popular books of famous people on healing were not sought. The writer does not have all the answers, but he does have some good answers. The library of Sixty-six books has been used. This Book is meant to be presented with biblical material from the stance of the “middle of road”. Is there still any hope for the incurable and curable disease being remedied? Does the Christian believer, that believer in the efficacy of the blood of Jesus, the virgin birth, the soon return of our Lord, and the resurrection of the dead, have any hope for the wellness of his physical being? Has the God of miracles, the creator, the maker of the most wonderful machine ever made (the body), the calmer of the winds and the waves, the sea walker, the healer in sacred writ, ceased to do his historical deeds in this modern day! In 2 Kings chapter 2:14, Elisha in seeking God’s remedy said, “Where is the Lord God of Elijah?” The subsequent words will mainly present what the ancient book, the Bible, has to say about this subject. Is Divine Healing for Today? Let us come, look together, and spend some time examining what the Word says.