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Date:2014 May 25
Comment id:881285

Dear Susan,I have been considering doing the Daniel fast and found your westbie concerning it. Several years ago the Lord led me to do a similar eating plan. I felt the Lord say that I did not have a golden calf in my life, I had a chocolate-sugar coated calf that consumed by thinking as I bowed down to it on a very regular basis. I called this way of eating my no sweets, no meats diet. I did it for about 1 1/2 years. I was amazed at how good I felt. NOTHING could have ever convinced me that sugar made me tired until I stopped eating it and found out how much more energy I had. I also noticed how much more clearly I heard the voice of God and equated at least some of it with the fact that I felt so much better physically. I recently went to full time work when my husband became disabled. This change has left me grasping for convience and our eating habits are nothing like they used to be. I long to eat better but do not know where to begin. Just last year my husband was diagnosed with Crohn's disease which has made eating even more of a challenge. I am interested in learning about the Daniel fast for my own life but was wondering if you knew how, or if, to approach such change when a person has Crohn's disease. Can you give me any information about this subject? The medical doctors and community have been no help. Often they suggest that he eat pudding, jello and mashed potatoes. I am very concerned about the lack of nutrition he receives on a daily basis. I don't know where to turn.Blessings!Dee

Date:2011 Jul 23
Comment id:380075

You don't get it?


Date:2011 May 02
Comment id:356543

i dont get it

Date:2011 Apr 21
Comment id:349613

generally those who blame war on religion don't believe in a god... and as such if they are correct...religion is just an idea of such war is the fault of man and the religion he made up...

just something to think about

Date:2010 Oct 03
Comment id:75449

Right... because humans are the only ones that wage war. Brilliant anecdotal evidence,64073. Stick to something you know.

Date:2010 Sep 22
Comment id:72590

lol at the sammich comment

Date:2010 Sep 01
Comment id:66629

Absolute win!

Date:2010 Aug 20
Comment id:64073

Men are responsible for 100% of all the wars in the world today. It's too bad that most people confuse God with religion.

Date:2010 Jun 25
Comment id:49136

Don't give me that bullshit 45068. Religion is the cause of 90% of the wars in this world today. I don't believe in a God, but even if god really exists, he is still the cause of all suffering in this world. If people were like-minded and enlightened and their vision would not be blinded by relgion, this would be a much better world.

Date:2010 Jun 14
Comment id:45152

Free will? Sure... but in reality, everything sucks because some bitch ate an apple instead of making Adam a goddamn sammich.

Date:2010 Jun 14
Comment id:45068

Everyone who comments on these things always asks why God would do such terrible things. In truth, He simply created us with something called free will. The free will to choose what words to say, which religion to believe, or not believe in, the power to create and the power to destroy. Humans choose both good and evil, but that doesn't mean God has chosen it for them, simply that He has given us the freedom to be whatever we choose to be. If He had created us and then forced us to be good instead of allowing us to choose, none of us would be real, just paintings on the wall of life with no meaning whatsoever. It is the fact that we can choose and that some of us choose to do good, to be kind, that gives life meaning here and now. I'm not asking anyone to believe in the God that I believe in or to always make the right choice even. I'm simply pointing out that blaming a God you don't know for an evil committed by man, not by God is far from a strong point. You and I have control over how we behave, let's make our choice something that makes this world better regardless of faith and regardless of what choices others make. Maybe if we can come together in this way, we can turn our world into a beautiful thing, even if it seems sometimes as though we are missing a screw or two.


Date:2010 Jun 13
Comment id:44882

where is your infallible god now?

Date:2010 Jun 13
Comment id:44426

There is (all loving, all powerful) god that would do these things. There is no god.

Date:2010 Jun 04
Comment id:40889

nice theory ;D

Date:2010 Jun 04
Comment id:40835

its fun to do hood rat things

Date:2010 May 15
Comment id:34778


Date:2010 Apr 21
Comment id:25517

That is probably what happened.

Date:2010 Mar 21
Comment id:14066

uttt oh....

How much is five plus five?

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