I’m reading a book I heard about on the Home and Family show on the Hallmark channel.

It seems the book has the answer to cure everything–cancer, autoimmune disorders, diabetes. For the most part, I believe it may just have the answers for many ailments.


In The Plant Paradox, Steven R. Gundry, MD explains that food we think is healthy, is really not. Like tomatoes. I love a good tomato biscuit with butter. Yummy. But the way we southerners eat it, it is not so healthy. It contains Lectins which is part of a plant’s defense mechanism. Lectins are bad and can be found in the seeds and the skin of the tomato, and in the gluten in the biscuit and in many of the staples in our pantries.

If I feel that strongly about the book, then I should be telling people about it. Especially those that may be hurting with disease. 

I should shout, “read this and be healed”. But instead I will tell a few friends and family who may think I’m crazy to believe a book to be the answer. 

And yet, a Book is the answer. 

There are those who will immediately know where I’m going with this post. Because you know the book I’m talking about.

I’ve told the young people in my church that this book has the answer to everything if you just search for it.

Like this morning, it just so happened that my daily reading through the book of Psalm was this:

Psalm 103:2-5Christian Standard Bible (CSB)

2 My soul, bless the Lord,

and do not forget all his benefits.

3 He forgives all your iniquity;

he heals all your diseases.

4 He redeems your life from the Pit;

he crowns you with faithful love and compassion.

5 He satisfies you with good things;

your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.



Did you get that?  He heals all your diseases.  In the New King James Version, verse 5 says, He satisfies your mouth with good things and your youth is renewed like the eagle’s. 
So, here I am, shouting from the top of the blogosphere, “Read this Book. It has ALL the answers.”

Bonus scripture(Here is a portion of Isaiah 55. Check out the rest at http://www.biblegateway.com. It has some good stuff):
Isaiah 55New King James Version (NKJV)

An Invitation to Abundant Life

55 “Ho! Everyone who thirsts,

Come to the waters;

And you who have no money,

Come, buy and eat.

Yes, come, buy wine and milk

Without money and without price.

2 Why do you spend money for what is not bread,

And your wages for what does not satisfy?

Listen carefully to Me, and eat what is good,

And let your soul delight itself in abundance.

3 Incline your ear, and come to Me.

Hear, and your soul shall live;

And I will make an everlasting covenant with you—

The sure mercies of David.

4 Indeed I have given him as a witness to the people,

A leader and commander for the people.

5 Surely you shall call a nation you do not know,

And nations who do not know you shall run to you,

Because of the Lord your God,

And the Holy One of Israel;

For He has glorified you.”

6 Seek the Lord while He may be found,

Call upon Him while He is near.

7 Let the wicked forsake his way,

And the unrighteous man his thoughts;

Let him return to the Lord,

And He will have mercy on him;

And to our God,

For He will abundantly pardon.