Day Twenty Seven: Weight Loss God’s Way


DAY TWENTY SEVEN: WEIGHT LOSS GOD’S WAY

Love God. Get healthy. Be whole. Love others. This is what we are doing here, in God’s ministry of Revelation Wellness. I know you probably signed up for this free 31-day program in hopes of shedding a few pounds and feeling better about the body you are in. I am cool with that. I also know that there is so much more underneath that desire and God has been faithful and good in drawing you here so I could have the honor of speaking love and truth into your tired and weary body and soul.

Day Twenty Five: Weight Loss God’s Way


Day Twenty Five: Weight Loss God’s Way But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.  Galatians 5:21-22 The Gospels often talk about fruit…fruit that our lives will produce when we are living lives in Christ. Fruit is organic and… Continue reading Day Twenty Five: Weight Loss God’s Way

Day Nineteen: Weight Loss God’s Way


DAY NINETEEN: WEIGHT LOSS GOD’S WAY

Let’s talk food again today. It’s one of our favorite subjects in modern-day America. It’s everywhere. Food is highly accessible for us and abundantly available. Yet we still have homeless and hungry people in America. Weird, huh? What’s that about?

It’s not about food, it’s about the heart.

I can’t comment on America – but I can comment on South Africa. Did you know that South Africa is listed as one of the fattest third world countries? Think about that for just a minute. Poor, impoverished people – who have very little money, clothing or housing – are considered to be one of the fattest nations in the world. Now that is scary. Firstly, I think it is because fast food, unhealthy food, and breads are cheap. They are easily affordable by most people. But, also, I think our (I say our, because this so refers to me as well) priorities are skewed. It is seen as a status symbol to buy KFC or McDonald’s. And its convenient. South Africa doesn’t really have healthy fast food alternatives…