How to Restore Your Health from Cancer
Prayer and Reflection
Your Daily Guide
Daily Prayer and Reflection
What does the Bible Teach Me?
Why would God want to Listen to My Prayers?
Making Drastic changes in your Life
To successfully conquer your disease you need strength, determination and the will to make drastic changes in your life. Why? Your diet, lifestyle, and exposure to toxic chemicals have caused your illness. It is time for you to take charge of your life. You need to make a 180-degree shift from “doing the things that damages your health to doing the things that improve your health.”
• Follow the “Anti-Cancer Diet” as outlined without fail.
• Follow “My 60-Day Planner” as outlined.
• Remove the toxins that have accumulated in your body, that are causing havoc with your immune system.
• Eliminate the toxins going into your body.
• Plan 1-2 hours in the evening, away from television, for prayer and reflection on your life.
Prayer and Reflection
If you have never prayed before or been close to God now is the best time to get to know Him. Spend at least one hour in a quiet room in prayer and reading more about Him and the good news in the bible. Begin to attend church regularly and become active. Volunteer for at least a couple Church activities. If you know God but have turned away from Him now is the time to bring Him back into your life. Go back to your Church and become active.
If you do not have a bible you can get one from your Church or buy one at any store. Any easy to read version is best, such as:
• New American Bible
• NIV (New International Version)
What is the “Bible”?
The Bible is not merely a collection of human writings. The Bible has a dual authorship, human and divine. Holy people like Moses, Isaiah, Luke, Matthew, John, Paul and others wrote the books that make up the Bible. At the same time the Bible was written by God, because the Holy Spirit guided the human authors, without violating their personalities or literary styles, to write exactly what he wanted.
This activity of God’s Spirit upon the human authors that enabled them to write God’s Word is called ‘inspiration’. ‘All Scripture is given by inspiration of God’ (2 Tim 3:16). The phrase ‘Inspiration of God’ is a translation of a single word, which literally means ‘God breathed’. The written words of the Bible are ‘God-breathed’ – the words that came out of his mouth. The Bible is truly the Word of God! Since the Bible is the Word of the all-knowing and faithful God, we can have full confidence in the Bible’s inerrancy (it is free from any mistakes) and infallibility (it cannot lead us astray or deceive us). Moreover, since the Bible is the Word of our Lord, it has absolute authority over the church, and we are obliged to believe and obey it from the heart.
What scripture says and what God says amount to the same thing. Consequently, there cannot be a higher authority than Scripture, as there cannot be a higher authority than God. Jesus considered the Scriptures as God’s living word to every generation. He said to his contemporaries, ‘But concerning the resurrection of the dead, have you not read what was spoken to you by God?’ (Matt 22:31), and proceeded to quote a portion of Scripture, specifically from the book of Exodus. Though written many centuries before, that scripture was relevant to their situation and useful in their own time. Jesus didn’t tell them, ‘God said to Moses’ (though the words were originally addressed to the prophet), but, ‘God said to you’! Even so, what we read in Scripture is God speaking to us today.
What Does the Bible Teach Us?
The Bible teaches that the ONLY way to have eternal life is through the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
John 3:36 He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him.
Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. I John 5:11 ...God hath given to us eternal life, and this life is in his Son.
I John 5:12 He that hath the Son hath life; and he that hath not the Son of God hath not life.
The Bible says that nobody is good enough to get into heaven. Each one of us has broken God's commandments--not one person is accepted. You have personally lied and committed other sins.
For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God. (Romans 3:23)
[L]et God be true, but every man a liar...( Romans 3:4)
Will God listen to my Prayers?
Yes, God will listen to your prayers but only if:
• You believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, who came into this world to save you from your sins, (Read John 3-16)
• You repent of all your sins by asking Jesus Christ to forgive you and cleanse you from your sins.
• Turn yourself away from sin and live your life for God and His Son, Lord Jesus Christ
• Love the Lord thy God with ALL thy heart, and with ALL thy soul, and with ALL thy mind (Commandment #1- The Greatest of all Commandments)
• Go about each and every day doing “works” for the Lord.
If you can do these things God will not only listen to your prayers but will welcome you into his kingdom forever. Forever is a very long time and probably something you should strongly consider.
Every evening pause for reflection on your day. What does this mean? Find a quiet room to meditate. Take your planner for the day you are finishing and review what you did for the day. Ask yourself the following questions:
• Did you follow the Planner as it was laid out for you?
• What are the things you need to improve on? (example: going to bed after 10pm, sleeping in too late, missing items on the list, forgetting to bring supplements, alkaline water and your healthy lunch to work, prayer and evening reflection)
• What things are you doing well? (example: eating healthy snacks, drinking plenty of alkaline water, taking all supplements as suggested)
• Develop your strategy for your next day. Focus on improving those things you need to do better on.
After you have completed reflecting on your day and set your strategy for your next day, save one hour of your time in prayer and devotion to Jesus Christ. Ask Jesus Christ to give you strength and help you through your recovery. Spend 15 minutes in prayer and another 45 minutes reading inspirational books as shown below.
Below are books that I have read and recommend you read during your evening of reflection. You can purchase these books in most Christian bookstores or purchase on the internet used for less than $1.00.
1. The “Bible”--- The Best Selling "Book" of all time. Read more than any other book on the planet. If you have never read the Bible make "My 60-Day Planner" your time to begin reading it in the evening. Easy to read versions include “New American Bible” or “NIV”.
I Don't Have a Bible - Where can I get one? You can purchase the easy to read "New American Bible" or "NIV" at Amazon.com used for as little as 1¢ + postage and handling. (Purchase a used bible for 1 Cent + $3.99 shipping). You can also purchase a Bible at any major discount store, book store, christian book store or loan one out at your local library.
2. “My Daily Bread” – a daily prayer book that helps you with your conversion to God in your life.
My Daily Bread by Fr. Anthony Paone.
The work "My Daily Bread" is a summary of spiritual doctrine so simplified and arranged that everyone can come to a knowledge and practice of the principles of the spiritual life. It is divided into three books, which treat respectively of the three ways of Spiritual Life.
(1) Purification - we must reform that which has been deformed in us by sin.
(2) Imitation - we must conform to Christ that which has been reformed.
(3) Union - we must transform through Christ that which has been conformed.
This book must be read, not only with the head, but also with the heart. We must think and pray. This daily exercise will transform belief into realization, theory into practice. May it prove a helpful guide to daily spiritual growth. This book is easy to read and follow. As you advance through the book you get a better understanding of your relationship with Christ. 439 pg., soft cover.
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What is prayer?
Prayer is communication between God our Father and His children. In one sense, that is all there is to it. When prayer seems difficult, and we feel unworthy of asking the Almighty Creator God to answer our seemingly mundane requests, we would do well to remember that Fathers want to talk with their children; and most parents will tell you that the communication is much more important than the topic.
With God, however, prayer is not limited by words, but it is a touching of our spirit, with the Holy Spirit of God, that leads us into relationship with the Father. This means that we don't need to put into words, but can simply open our heartfelt thoughts and emotions to our Father God. But how can this be, you might ask? Why would God allow himself to be pestered by millions of prayer requests from us?
The Lord’s Prayer
The Lord's Prayer is the model of prayer that Jesus taught us, as recorded in the gospels of Matthew and Luke. It is presented here in the modern language:
hallowed be thy name.
Thy Kingdom come,
thy will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom, the power and the glory
for ever and ever. Amen
The Apostles Creed
I believe in God, the Father almighty,
creator of heaven and earth.
I believe in Jesus Christ, God's only Son, our Lord,
who was conceived by the Holy Spirit,
born of the Virgin Mary,
suffered under Pontius Pilate,
was crucified, died, and was buried;
he descended to the dead.
On the third day he rose again;
he ascended into heaven,
he is seated at the right hand of the Father,
and he will come again to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the holy catholic church,
the communion of saints,
the forgiveness of sins,
the resurrection of the body,
and the life everlasting. AMEN.
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